Eventide at Tobacco Factory

PUBLISHED: 16:00 31 October 2015

Eventide by Barney Norris.

Eventide by Barney Norris.

Photo by Mark Douet

AWARD-WINNING Barney Norris’ new play will be at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory Theatre next month.

Eventide tells the story of three people whose worlds are about to change.

Liz is a organist who cannot get a gig, John is a landlord who is being forced to sell his property and Mark takes whatever work he can get just to pay his rent.

The play is set in the Hampshire countryside, behind a tucked-away pub. The show has just premiered at the Arcola Theatre in London and is now touring the country and is a touching and enthralling play.

Eventide will be at the Tobacco Factory from November 10-14.

There will be performances at 8.15pm each evening.

Tickets, priced £9-13, are available from the box office on 01179 020344 or online via www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com


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