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Young Company Show
A Bristol Old Vic Young Company production, in association with St Brendan's Sixth Form College Performing Arts Academy
Part of Bristol Old Vic's Studio Walkabout
Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.
I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not.
The duty of youth is to challenge corruption.
- Kurt Cobain
These young people are the generation of Kim and Kanye, a reality television President, the thigh gap, the dangers of the internet, women's marches and trolling.
The generation that will inherit a Britain separated from Europe.
Some are happy with the result. Some feel that their voice was not listened to. Do they protest, campaign or accept it as the way it always will be?
We are excited to announce Bristol Old Vic Young Company's Summer Show 2017, which will be a collaboration with St Brendan's Sixth Form College Performing Arts Academy and feature young people from both organisations, inspired by their own personal stories, exploring the relationship between youth and power; What it is to have it, what happens when they don't have it and what can they do when the majority might not hear what they're saying?
Young Company Show
7.30pm, 2.30pm (Sat mat)
£13/£9 Conc (plus booking fee)
St. Brendan's Sixth
form College Theatre
Brislington, BS4 5RQ
Running Time TBC
Early bird offer
£7 tickets when booked before 31 May
Limited to 20 tickets per show
Groups of 10+
£8 concession rate
Last year we began redevelopment works to transform our King Street entrance into a welcoming, vibrant space and build a brand new Studio theatre designed by award-winning architects Haworth Tompkins. During this time, it will be business as usual in the Theatre with our brilliant programme on offer, and we're taking our Studio programme on Walkabout around Bristol!
Young Company Show continues our Studio Walkabout Season, inspired by the city-wide partnerships created during the Theatre's first phase of refurbishment in 2011 which saw us stage productions in other venues including Coram Boy with our friends at Colston Hall.
Please note the venue of this show is St. Brendan's Sixth form College Theatre. We hope you will join us as we stretch our legs across the city and continue to enjoy our brilliant studio programme.
For more information on our redevelopment, click here.