Limited tickets left for critically acclaimed Bristol Old Vic show starting tonightPosted on: 15 Mar 2023
Award-winning YESYESNONO production ‘we were promised honey!’ is coming to Bristol Old Vic’s Weston Studio for a four-date run beginning tonight.
‘we were promised honey!’ runs at Bristol Old Vic from Wednesday 15 to Saturday 18 March.
Writer and performer Sam Ward has won praise from all corners of the theatre world for his provocative play that offers a glimpse into a dark, uncertain future and, with a limited number of tickets left for the four performances, this limited-run show is sure to prove immensely popular!
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“The show that we’re about to do is a story of the future. The story we’re going to tell is the story of us.” ‘we were promised honey!’ creator Sam Ward announces in the video above.
This acclaimed YESYESNONO production sees a lone performer, Ward, tell the audience the story of their future: what will happen to them over the decades, centuries, millennia and after the show ends.
It is the story of a child born in a lighthouse, of someone on fire in the middle of a desert, of two lovers reunited in a flooded city, of a spaceship on the edge of a black hole. Everything has already been decided. This is the story of the end.
‘we were promised honey!’ is an unmissable theatre experience of communal storytelling that proved a sell-out hit at the Edinburgh Fringe. From the creators of ‘Five Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist’ and ‘the accident did not take place’, it is a hopeless prophecy of our future: A story of us, our future, of paradise and how we get there in the end.
YESYESNONO is a Manchester-based live performance company made up of artist Sam Ward and producer Rhian Davies who have one plaudits over the years for their innovative and experimental approach to their craft.
‘we were promised honey!’ runs at Bristol Old Vic from Wednesday 15 to Saturday 18 March. Tickets are running low for the limited run so secure yours HERE.
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