Prototype nights are for both artists and audiences. For artists they’re the chance to share new ideas for performance with an engaged and supportive audience to see if they’ve got legs.
For audiences it’s an opportunity to see and respond to what’s being made right here, right now, and to contribute to an essential stage in the process of making new work. Join us to see for yourself.
Tobacco Factory Theatres is excited to be bringing our established platform for new artists to The Wardrobe Theatre this autumn.
The next Prototype event takes place on Sun 23 October at The Wardrobe Theatre. Here’s what to look forward to…
Hamilton/Harrison will be presenting The Cranes, a contemporary Greek tragedy, told across 3 generations.
Riddlestick Theatre are sharing a folk musical taking inspiration from folklore, fairy-tales, Medieval morality plays, Jacobean tragicomedy and cabaret.
Hari Ramakrishnan questions what it means to be an artist in contemporary society and the entertainment industry.
Notnow Collective will be presenting issues of 21st century family, identity and home with a focus on fatherhood.
And finally Alice Ritchie and Lily Drewry will be presenting a new piece about friction within a platonic, female relationship. What happens when you pull away from your closest friend?
*Please be aware that this season’s Prototype has swearing & adult content.
ARE YOU AN ARTIST INTERESTED IN BEING PART OF PROTOTYPE?
Find out more: Prototype: Experiments In Theatre
Apply to be part of this Prototype: Prototype Call for Submissions
- RUNNING TIME1hr
- AGE RECOMMENDATION14+
The Old Market Assembly, 25 West Street, Old Market, BS2 0DF