Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Directors' Festival: Hamlet/Picnic at Hanging Rock

Venue:
The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF
Price:
£10

Hamlet 

by William Shakespeare, directed by Yuxuan Liu and designed by Fiona McKeon.

Shakespeare's great tale of revenge and madness entwined with physical theatre and song.

Picnic at Hanging Rock

adapted by Tom Wright, directed by Lowri Mathias and designed by Matthew Cassar.

An eerie exploration into the century-old Australian mystery.

  • 7:30pm
  • 7:30pm
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Directors' Festival: Stockholm/The City

Venue:
The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF
Price:
£10

Stockholm

by Bryony Lavery, directed by Sofia Gallucci and designed by Georgina Vasey

An intense and lyrical voyage into one hell of a love story.

The City

by Martin Crimp, directed by Aaron Finnegan, designed by Fiona McKeon

Chris and Clair live in the City. Jenny lives next door. When she comes over to complain about the noise their children keep making, things take a surreal turn.

  • 7:30pm
  • 2:30pm
    Matinee
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Directors' Festival: Bull/How My Light Is Spent

Venue:
The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF
Price:
£10

Bull

by Mike Bartlett, directed by Ben Nash and designed by Hazel McIntosh

Grab a ringside seat for a play where office politics meets playground bullying tactics. Is it a case of nature or nurture?

How My Light Is Spent

by Alan Harris, directed by Tobias Millard, designed by Olivia Jamieson

An entertaining tale of phone-sex, doughnuts, and turning invisible which celebrates hope, altruism, and the collision of lonely-hearts sparking light into the darkness. 

  • 7:30pm
  • 7:30pm
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Directors' Festival: Jumpers For Goalposts/Girl In The Machine

Venue:
The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF
Price:
£10

Jumpers for Goalposts 

by Tom Wells, directed by Becks Granger, designed by Robbie McDonnell

Following the journey of Hull’s LGBT pub league team, Barely Athletic, this heart-warming comedy focuses on the five members as they try and claw their way to victory - and deal with their own lives off the pitch.

Girl in the Machine

by Stef Smith, directed by Ellie Jay Stevens, designed by Hugo Dodsworth

Set in the near future, Girl in the Machine is a gripping and current exploration into technology and its role in our society. How will Polly and Owen’s relationship change when they allow new technology to creep in?

  • 7:30pm
  • 2:30pm
    Matinee