At long last, theatre is back this July! But you better watch your own back too because there's a tiger on the loose in the streets of St Paul's...

TODAY I FOUGHT A TIGER is a promenade piece based on real stories about the everyday battles we fight. It's about life's victories and ongoing challenges, the big and small moments, the things that get us through and the hopes and dreams of what might be, all wrapped up in a heady (Covid-safe) mix of mystery, music and storytelling.


Based on real stories, TIFAT will be performed by some of the people who've lived them.



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WORDS: Liz Mytton and all the Company

DIRECTION: Emma Faulkner


We're looking for anything that you think relates to the show's themes or title. It can be about you or someone else. It might focus on a particular situation, issue, or activity. There might be a longstanding thing that's holding someone back or getting in the way of what might be. It could be anything - a fear of the dark, obsession with appearances, an illness, a tricky relationship, a secret habit, lack of opportunity. Or maybe there's a victory to celebrate. You might want to simply write:

  • a particular day or moment that stands out - (past or present)
  • some details of the physical space or place
  • who is there and what activity is happening
  • a moment when there is a change - perhaps something unexpected, strange, predictable, insignificant or funny occurred
  • how things look now or in future. What if anything was possible?


St Paul's Learning Centre

94 Grosvenor Road, Bristol BS2 8XJ

Sat 17th July 2021 (3pm)
Sun 18th July 2021 (12pm, 3pm)

Tickets: £3.00

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