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Creative Workspace, Bristol

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Join Salmento and Daluz as they try to find true friendship between many jokes, disputes and amuzing moments! 

Family theatre made by Nos Three Theatre Company.

Aimed at 5+ (younger siblings welcome)

Show from 11.30-12.30.

Post-show workshop exploring how to be silly without words 1-2pm.

Cafe open 11am-2pm serving snacks, drinks, home-made cakes and simple lunches so no packed lunches please. Thankyou!

Please note tickets on the door for adults & children are £3 each. Advance tickets here for adults & children are just £2.50 each.

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Creative Workspace

Queens Road, Withywood


BS13 8LG

Friendly Ever After is devised and performed by Nos Three Theatre Company.

Creative Workspace is fully wheelchair accessible single-storey building and has an accessible toilet.

Doors and cafe open from 11.00am. Please arrive in time for the performance to start at 11.30am. The show is an hour in length.

The post-show workshop starts at 1pm until 2pm.

The best postcode for satnav's is BS13 8LG. Creative Workspace is situated off of Queens Road. The driveway is immediately opposite the Queens Head pub on Queens Road. We are next door to the Sartan Club on the left as you look at the buildings.

We have free onsite parking both immediately next to Creative Workspace and in the adjacent carpark for St Pius X Church.

More detailed directions can be found here.


Brave Bold Drama

Brave Bold Drama are an award-winning theatre and community arts company. We are based in Withywood, south Bristol. We are a not-for-profit community interest company. We work to find organic, flexible, people-centred ways to circumvent any financial, logistical, geographical, cultural, physical or mental health issues that could make it challenging for community members to access the arts and explore their own creativity. We work primarily with families, children, young people and people living with dementia in Hartcliffe and Withywood, but not exclusively so. Hartcliffe and Withywood are some of the most deprived wards in Bristol and in the UK.