3 actors. 2 plays. 1 evening. Having just finished playing in Paris, we are delighted to welcome the French company to Bristol performing in English.
Tickets £10.00 in advance / £12.50 on door. Special ticket offers available.
Food orders welcome, and bar open for drinks before/after/during performance.
Doors open at 19:30, performance starts at 20:15 on all performance days.
A Gift to the Future:
The date is 1623: John Heminges returns to his house on the site of the Globe Theatre with a precious package – the first edition of William Shakesepeare’s “Comedies, Histories and Tragedies”.
As he starts to read through the plays, the memories come flooding back – of performances, backstage intrigues, successes and disasters and above all the importance of preserving the writings of a genius who was “not of an age but for all time".
The Lover, The Wife:
Christine is bourgeois, sexually inhibited and stuck in her limited bourgeois world. One day, she decides to go and meet Lydia, her husbands lover...
This is a tantalising tale that will have you on the edge of your seat as you see a surprising and intriguing story unfold.
With twists, turns and a dénouement that surprises all, neither Christine nor Lydia is prepared for the outcome of this highly entertaining one act play.
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