what happens to the hope at the end of the evening

Tim Crouch and Andy Smith

Wed 20-Thu 21 May

“I want to start a revolution here.”

what happens to the hope at the end of the evening is the latest collaboration between long-term friends and award-winning theatre makers Tim Crouch and Andy Smith.

It is a story about this evening, one evening and every evening; a story of two men meeting in the middle of their lives, and at the outer edges of their friendship.  As they strive for common ground – as they fight and fail – as the wine is drunk and the world falls apart – the possibility of the theatre as a place for community and change comes alive.

From the creators of An Oak Tree, The Author and Adler and Gibb comes this spirited, funny and thought-provoking play about finding oneself and finding togetherness.

Q&A 21 May, 8pm

Whether it will make any difference, though – well, that’s another question.”★★★★Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman

“Wonderful, original, powerful theatre.”★★★★A Younger Theatre

“It’s like a lo-fi My Dinner With Andre… has an emotional charge under its cool surface…is propelled by a sense of investigation into friendship, performance, identity. I found it quietly thrilling.”★★★★The Times

Written and performed by Tim Crouch and Andy Smith
Directed by Karl James
An Almeida Festival 2013 Commission supported by Live at LICA

Image Credit Katherine Leedale

Venue
Bristol Old Vic Studio
Start Date
May 20, 2015
End Date
May 21, 2015
Time
8pm
Price
£12/£8
Running Time
70 mins
Age Guidance
15+
Box Office Number
0117 987 7877
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