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Theatre Uncut: Programme of work in Bristol this November

6 November 2013

The idea behind Theatre Uncut is simple: through theatre, we hope to trigger thought, conversation and action concerning the world we live in today. Whatever that might mean for you.

Some of the planet’s most notable playwrights have created brand new short plays in response to the world as they see it. These scripts are available for anyone to perform anywhere, in whatever way they choose. The plays are available now and can be performed without charge from 1st-30th November, 2013.

“Do we all get more right wing in hard times?” 

One question. One month. Seven renowned writers.  No rights to pay, no tickets to sell. Come and get stuck in!
 
LAUNCH PARTY: WED 6th NOVEMBER 6PM-9PM PARLOUR SHOWROOMS - Free entry
 
An evening hosted by theatre company Guilty Party. FeaturingAmanda by Keiran Hurley, directed by The Wardrobe Theatre's Matthew Whittle. Also… spoken word, live music and theatre! Come and find out what Theatre Uncut is all about and how you can get involved
 
Further events are confirmed at :
TRINITY CENTRE - 14th NOV 7pm
TOBACCO FACTORY THEATRE - 22nd NOV 1pm-3pm
BRISTOL OLD VIC - 28th NOV 7pm
 
The plays at Trinity and BOV will be followed by panel debates with invited speakers. Keep an eye on twitter to find out who!
 
For further information and updates on programming go to:

 
www.theatreuncutbristol.org
 
facebook.com/TheatreUncutBristol
 
 
@TheatreUncutBriz

 
The Fringe First/Herald Angel award-winning Theatre Uncut was originally formed in 2010 in response to the announced cuts in public spending. So far over 3000 people have performed Theatre Uncut plays in over 17 countries across 4 continents.  This year the writers include:  Davey Anderson, Clara Brennan, Rob Drummond, Tanika Gupta, Kieran Hurley, Neil LaBute, Tim Price, AJ Taudevin and Mark Thomas

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