Block A, Centre House
Wednesday 2nd May 2012
Actors with learning difficulties will be putting on a special performance of Scrooge in a theatre foyer.
The Misfits Theatre Company will be performing the play at the Colston Hall theatre foyer, in Bristol, to enable the charity to continue providing arts workshops.
Actors with learning difficulties will be taking part in the 30-minute play, which is not set at Christmas, about a horrible man with lots of money.
An invited audience, including the Lord Mayor Geoffrey Gollop and Lady Mayoress Bernice Gollop, will enjoy the performance ahead of the Bristol Ensemble's Beethoven and Cello Concerto in the auditorium.
Misfits is a theatre and social group led by people with learning difficulties, which aims to enable people to be creative, have fun and reach their potential through participation, performance, volunteering and employment.
The free performance will take place at 6.30pm on May 3.
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