A Younger Theatre and New Diorama Theatre present Incoming Festival in Bristol for the first time, from Wed 26 ? Sun 30 June 2019.
Find a programme of exciting work from some of the most outstanding emerging theatre companies, which will be presented simultaneously at Tobacco Factory Theatres in Bristol, HOME in Manchester and New Diorama in London.
Each night in the Spielman Theatre, Incoming Festival presents a different double bill. Click on the individual show tiles below to book tickets for each show – all tickets only £5 per show!
MAKE A NIGHT OF IT!
We don’t want you going hungry or thirsty during the festival, so stay with us for the complete double bill of shows each night and take advantage of food and drinks offers.
Our friends at the Tobacco Factory Cafe Bar have an amazing offer for anyone who buys a ticket for both shows each night. Collect your voucher from our Box Office when picking up your two theatre tickets and be sure to leave enough time to be served and to eat before the first show starts at 7pm!
Option 1: A main dish from the Cafe Bar menu and a drink for £12 (drink options: 125ml glass of wine / pint of North St Cider / pint of Sulis lager / soft drink)
Option 2: From the Yard Kitchen Bar ? Pizza & Pint for £10 (open Friday & Saturday 12pm – 10pm & Sunday 12pm – 7pm)
On every evening as part of Incoming Festival we’ll be offering 20% off a drink at the Theatre Bar when you show a ticket for both shows that night.
WORKSHOPS AND MASTERCLASSES
Alongside the curated festival of inspiring performances, there will be a series of workshops and masterclasses from leading industry figures covering everything you need to know about fundraising, marketing your show to producing and how to make your work accessible – all for just £3 per workshop (plus booking fee). Spaces are limited! Find out more about the workshops being offered.
Wed 26 June
12pm Fundraising Masterclass with David Byrne
3pm Introduction to Marketing your Show Workshop with Eleanor Turney
7pm Sh!t Theatre: Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with Expats
8.30pm Lost Watch: Shorts and Socks Included
Thu 27 June
12pm Introduction to Producing Workshop with MAYK
3pm Making your Work Accessible Workshop with Trish Hodson
7pm Kopfkino Theatre: The Grand Scheme of Things
8.30pm Sleepless Theatre: Nine Foot Nine
Fri 28 June
7pm This Noise: No One is Coming to Save You
8.30pm Chalkline: Testament
Sat 29 June
7pm Wildcard: Electrolyte
8.30pm Zanetti Productions: The Basement Tapes
Sun 30 June
7pm Sounds Like Chaos: Wow Everything Is Amazing
8.30pm Burnt Lemon Theatre: The Half Moon Shania
is proud to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages its May ? Dec 19 season
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Multi award-winning Lost Watch present a brand new ensemble show.
Sleepless Theatre Company
What would happen if most self-identifying women across the world grew to be nine foot tall?
Made by experimental theatre company This Noise, it’s about the garish places our minds rush to when left alone.
Electrolyte is a multi award-winning piece of gig theatre that powerfully explores mental health for a contemporary audience.
Twin Peaks meets Serial in this Fringe First-winning New Zealand mystery.
SOUNDS LiKE CHAOS
Let’s plug in to the global nervous system and harness the co-evolution of humans and technology.