Powerful feminist production makes its way to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 06:00 01 June 2017




A Belgian theatre company is bringing one of its powerful feminist productions to Bristol and the critically-acclaimed piece is sure to make the audience think.

Sirens focuses on a number of issues which women face in the 21st century, including expectation and inequality.

Six women will perform a concert, as well as talk about their experiences and hope to show what it is to be a woman in this day and age.

The dates in Bristol signal the end of an international tour and this story of power, anger and pride is sure to leave its mark on the city.

Sirens will be at The Tobacco Factory, in Raleigh Road, from tonight (Thursday) until Saturday, with performances at 8pm tonight and Saturday, 6.30pm and 9.30pm on Friday and 4pm on Saturday.

Tickets, priced £16, can be purchased online via www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com

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