We are thrilled to announce our latest performances across our BSA courses.

The Long Goodbye, directed by Alison Reid, will be performed at Tobacco Factory Theatres by our graduating Stage and Screen students in October.

Tickets for all shows can be found below, new shows are added regularly.

The Long Goodbye And Other Shorts by Tennessee Williams

St Louis, Missouri, 1940s. 

The great Tennessee Williams was a multi-award-winning American playwright who changed the face of American theatre. Best known for his plays The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire, Williams’ electrifying short plays have also fascinated and thrilled actors and audiences for decades.

We begin in a bedroom, as a number of characters drift in and out, unpacking their troubled lives, impassioned relationships and personal dramas, some full of regret and missed opportunity, some caught in fantasy, some mired in a murky pit of alcohol dependency. Each story looks deep into the complexity and fragility of human nature; at times, difficult to witness, but constantly compelling and mesmeric to experience. 

This is a unique opportunity to see a hand-picked selection of rarely performed short plays, written mostly in the 1940s and set in St Louis, Missouri, where Tennessee Williams grew up.

Directed by Alison Reid
Lighting by Thomas Pitchers
Sound by Phil Zikking

The Long Goodbye is performed by graduating students of Bristol School of Acting.

5-7 October | 7.30pm, Spielman Studio, Tobacco Factory Theatres, £12/£10 

Age: 14+
Content Warnings: Alcohol Misuse/ Dependency, Mental Health Issues, Arson, Street work/ Prostitution, Death, Murder, Gunfire