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    Tortoise V Hare

    • SHOWING
    • 25 Apr -
      04 May 2017
      25 Apr - 04 May 2017
    About

    PRESENTED BY TOBACCO FACTORY THEATRES BEYOND

    The race is set, the heat is on… join Living Spit at the starting blocks for another adrenaline fuelled theatrical lap. Following their sell out, hit success The Fabulous Bacon Boys in our Factory Theatre Bar last year, these local favourites are not to be missed this BEYOND season.

    Barry Hare, Wrington running champ. Fit, popular and, above all, fast. Toby ‘Tortoise’ Gollop, eater of doughnuts. Look up ‘relaxed’ in the dictionary and you’ll see his picture.

    Two very different men. One running club, and the race to end all races.

    Told entirely in rhyme and song, this promises to be an epic tale of romance, redemption and rural running rivalry that you’ll never forget.

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 30mins (inc. interval)
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION10+
    • TICKETS£10
    • VENUE

    7.30pm.

    Tortoise v Hare
    is part of BEYOND, our off-site season and is playing at the Spike Island Cafe. To find out more about BEYOND click here.

    VENUE SPIKE ISLAND CAFÉ
    133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

    Venue website: spikeislandcafe.co.uk

    Business Club Members can get 2 for 1 tickets to the performance on Tue 25 April. Book early as this offer is subject to availability. To claim please quote your company promotion code over the phone or in person at the Box Office. Please bring proof of the company you work for.

    Reviews
    • "World-class actors at the top of their game"

      Fine Times Recorder on One Man & His Cow
    • "The best 100-minute comedy show outside the Edinburgh Festival"

      Western Daily Press on The Six Wives of Henry VIII
    • "This is a feel good, clever and uplifting comedy and the joyful spirit of this work will appeal to a wide audience."

      Bristol Post on The Fabulous Bacon Boys

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