Share The Love: Free tickets for volunteers to see Bristol Old Vic’s Cyrano11 Oct 2019
Sharing the love by caring for strangers is one of the things that makes us human. Are you a volunteer in Bristol? Do you give your time for free for a Bristol charity, a foodbank, a night kitchen, or a sporting organisation?
No matter who you volunteer for, Bristol Old Vic wants to say thank you and share the love.
Bristol Old Vic is offering volunteers across Bristol the chance to see Tom Morris’ love story Cyrano for free on Sat 19 Oct at 2.30pm, to say a huge thank you for the love and time that you put into making our city what it is today. Inspired by the overwhelming theme of love in the play, we want to take this opportunity to give something back. Without you, organisations across the city, including ours, would not be able to operate, and we are so grateful. So this is our gift to you!
We have 50 pairs of tickets to giveaway, so if you are a volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your pair of tickets, stating who you volunteer for and why you love doing it.
We can’t wait to #ShareTheLove with you this October as well as celebrate the opening of #Cyrano.
Bristol Old Vic is the longest continuously running theatre in the UK, and celebrated its 250th anniversary in 2016. The historic playhouse aims to inspire audiences with its own original productions, both at home and on tour, whilst nurturing the next generation of artists, whether that be through their 350-strong Young Company, their many outreach and education projects or their trailblazing artist development programme, Bristol Ferment.
They use their funding to support experiment and innovation, to allow access to their programme for people who would not otherwise encounter it, or be able to afford it, and to keep their extraordinary heritage alive and animated.
On 24 Sep 2018, Bristol Old Vic completed its 2-year multi-million pound redevelopment project, which transformed its front of house space into a warm and welcoming public building for all of Bristol to enjoy, created a new studio theatre and opened up its unique theatrical heritage to the public for the first time.