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    Translunar Paradise

    • 04 Jul -
      08 Jul 2017
      04 Jul - 08 Jul 2017

    Directed by George Mann

    We are delighted to present multi award-winning, Bristol based company Theatre Ad Infinitum and their powerful play about a moving journey of life, death and enduring love.

    After his wife passes away, William escapes to a paradise of fantasy and past memories, a place far from the reality of his grief. Returning from beyond the grave, Rose revisits her widowed companion to perform one last act of love: to help him let go.

    Using a live accordion accompaniment, Translunar Paradise is an exquisite piece of mask and movement theatre which was a multi award-winning, critically acclaimed sell out at the 2011 and 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It has played at the Barbican as part of the London International Mime Festival, and has toured throughout the UK and to more than 20 countries internationally. It is also the winner of 8
    international theatre awards.

    George Mann is Associate Director of Bristol Old Vic, recently co-directing the critically acclaimed Pink Mist which is currently touring the UK.

    The production has no spoken dialogue and so is fully accessible to deaf and hearing-impaired audiences.

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 15mins
    • TICKETSFull £14 / Concession £10
    • VENUE

    8pm / Matinee Sat 2pm

    Join us for a Happy Hour before each performance from 6.30pm-7.30pm where you’ll find drinks offers in our Factory Theatre Bar.

    Please join us after the performance on Thursday for a free post show discussion.

    Business Club Members can get 2 for 1 tickets to the performance on Wed 05 July. 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.

    • ****

      "An admirable, infinitely gentle and wordless story of loss and remembrance"

      The Times
    • "An extraordinary performance"

      The Observer
    • "Extraordinarily poignant... beautifully performed"

      The Guardian

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