coCreate Creative Conversation: The Record

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Bristol Old Vic

0117 9074907
[email protected]

Friday 10 February 2017
Opening Hours: 19.00
Admission Fee: 13.50
Booking essential
Call Bristol Old Vic Quote: 17-AK-9QQA

I hope you can join us at Bristol Old Vic for 

The Record this Friday 10th February, we only have a few tickets left at the very special price of £13.50

This coICreate special offer includes; 7pm Performance of The Record, 8pm Post Show Discussion, 9pm Creative Conversation and networking in the bar with nibbles!

This exciting new socially engaged show from award winning New York company 600 Highwaymen, has 45 Bristolians at its heart, who will meet for the first time shortly before the performance.

IBT17 Bristol International Festival and Award-winning New York theatre company 600 HIGHWAYMEN bring 45 Bristolians together on stage for the first time. In 61 minutes they show us who they are, and who they could be. Part theatre, part dance, part group hallucination - a vivid human assembly on an epic scale.

Featuring live music and performed by individuals who don't meet until the moment of the first performance, TheRecord captures the mortality of us all: breakable, magnificent, and inescapably human.

"The awesome strangeness of being alive in the here and now" THE NEW YORK TIMES

For further information email: [email protected]


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