£15 / £11 Concessions
Also showing at 2pm
Tobacco Factory Theatres
Meet Fred, the two foot tall cloth puppet that fights prejudice every day.
He just wants to be a regular guy, part of the real world, to get a job and meet a girl, but when threatened with losing his PLA (Puppetry Living Allowance), Fred’s life begins to spiral out of his control. This Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 sell-out hit contains strong language and puppet nudity.
Hijinx are a professional and inclusive theatre company who tour and collaborate both in the U.K. and internationally, to critical acclaim. What makes Hijinx different, is that their casts always include actors with learning disabilities.
This is an accessible event and has little or no spoken word. This is part of Bristol Festival of Puppetry’s new programme to interrogate and develop the diversity agenda for puppetry. Delivered in association with Diverse City and Doing Things Differently, and with support from leading Deaf artist David Ellington and Bristol Physical Access Chain, Interchange is a strand of action-learning embedded at the heart of BFP17, which asks:
What is the unique role that puppetry can play in addressing the diversity agenda?
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For more information on Hijinx Theatre's lab with Blind Summit 5-6 Sep click here
PS You can also watch New Visions: Materials Stories at 7pm - short films from the next generation of talented film makers and animators.