Street play in Bristol

Part of a Bristol street has been transformed into a stage. It's for the Bristol Old Vic's production of The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Michael Morpurgo, which opens tomorrow and runs till September

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Full report: Bristol street transformed for play

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.

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