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Gaia Theatre Collective presents…Tipping Point 1st-11th December by nadiacatkinhillman
November 12, 2010, 3:27 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

Tipping Point is a beautiful and moving piece of new writing by Simon Lys.  It is the first piece of theatre to be presented by gaia theatre collective.

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Tipping Point

“No messiah will come to save us, Andrew. We have to do it ourselves.”

Andrew and Grace are in love. Or at least, they used to be…

He longs to be a father; she is terrified of bringing a child into the world.

All over the city, the lights are going out, and a strange woman has arrived on their doorstep, clutching a bag of bones…..

We are pioneers in the creation of beautiful, challenging theatre in found and unusual spaces.  We pride ourselves on establishing lasting relationships with like-minded individuals and organisations; as well as touching the hearts and stirring the souls of audience into change, development and action.

 

Booking Details

Tickets are available from Bristol Ticket Shop via telephone, online and in person, and subject to a booking fee.

Tickets are also available to purchase from Hamilton House in person.

 

Performance Details

Performances Weds 1st December – Sat 11th December except Monday 6th.

Performances begin 7.30pm (Doors open 7.15pm) except Sunday 5th: 3pm (Doors open 2.45pm)

Latecomers will not be admitted.

 

Venue Information:
Hamilton House Events Space (Coexist)
Stokes Croft
Bristol
BS1 3QY
South West

Box Office Phone Number: 0117 929 9008
www.coexistuk.org
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