Digits

Thu 17th – Sun 20th Nov 2011

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“people shouldn’t be allowed to talk loudly on buses, should they?”

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Script Space

SUMMARY

We’re delighted to present the premiere of a brand new play by Tamsin Walker, finalist in 2011’s Script Space competition.

Mick’s got some explaining to do. According to him, Jimmy had been losing it for a while, and just missing out on the only job to come his way in ages was the final straw. That’s why he did it, see. And besides, people shouldn’t be allowed to talk loudly on buses, should they?

Chosen from over 300 submissions, Digits is a slick and blackly comic one‐act play about friendship, desperation and listening in to conversations on public transport. Join us for pizza in The Brewery before the show, included in the ticket price.

About Script Space

The Tobacco Factory Theatre’s new writing competition offers bespoke development opportunities for new and emerging playwrights. This year, as well as producing a run of Digits, we will work with director Lee Lyford and students from City of Bristol College to develop the winning script, Martin Lytton’s The Girl from Sparta Road.

Admission: £5

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