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Part of a street in Bristol has been sealed off so that the local theatre company - the Bristol Old Vic - can put on an outdoors play.
The play, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, opens tomorrow but in order for it to happen, a major transformation took place.
Here's the timelapse video, courtesy LobsterPictures
A street in the west has been transformed to make way for a new temporary theatre. The Bristol Old Vic has decided to take its latest production outside.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf is the stage version of eight moral tales taken from Aesop's classic fables. But they've been given a modern twist - re-written by Warhorse author and Devon resident, Michael Morpurgo.
Devon author Michael Morpurgo's version of Aesop's Fables has been made into a play being put on by Bristol Old Vic - the difference being it's taking place outdoors.
Mr Morpurgo has been in Bristol to see the final preparations and he kindly read us an extract from the book.
Devon author Michael Morpurgo - the man behind the best seller Warhorse - has been in Bristol to promote a play with a difference.
Part of a street in the city has been transformed for "The Boy Who Cried Wolf". It's being put on by the Bristol Old Vic who've turned King Street into an outdoor set.
It starts tomorrow and runs until September.
Our reporter Laura Makin-Isherwood caught up with him among the final preparations. They talked about the play, which is based on the stories from Aesop's Fables.