DEGREE PRODUCTIONS.

Each year we stage around 12 theatre productions between our degree and diploma courses. Each is carefully chosen not only to give the students the best possible platform but to contribute to the professional theatre scene in Bristol. We are now working with our new Literary Manager, Breman Rajkumar, to search out diverse and stimulating texts that will give Bristol audiences the chance to see a new and exciting range of theatre. 

Our first-ever season of degree-level work opens at the Tobacco Factory this October. We'll publish details of the shows and how you can book them here. For now, please check out some of our College-level student shows below.

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LIGHT FALLS

A woman wakes up with a stranger beside her. A student argues with his lover. A single mother fights to feed her baby. A married man flirts with two younger women. And far away, one devastating event is about to change all their lives forever.

Simon Stephens’ latest play, LIGHT FALLS, is a richly layered homage to family and identity; an intensely moving play about life in the face of death and how our love survives us after we’ve gone.

Directed by Stuart Wood

Written by Simon Stephens

Designed by Sarah Warren

Lighting by Thomas Pitchers

Tobacco Factory Theatres / Bristol

7-9 July 2022 at 7.30pm

Tickets £10 / Concessions £8 

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SHAKESPEARE
IN LOVE

Young Will Shakespeare is having some problems keeping his quill up, plagued by debt and badly in need of finishing his new play which seems impossible… until he discovers a muse. 

A noble woman betrothed to another, inspires him to write the greatest love story of all time. But the course of true love never did run smooth and to top it all off, the Queen demands a funny bit with a dog!

Directed by Sam Bridges

Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard

Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall

Designed by Sarah Warren

Lighting by Thomas Pitchers

Music by Paddy Cunneen

Tobacco Factory Theatres / Bristol

14-16 July 2022 at 7.30pm

Tickets £10 / Concessions £8 

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