WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD Chris Yapp as Lucky Eric leads the crowd on North Street. Pic Rosie Tomlinson- Theatre Bath


-Love, Sex & Violence on the Streets of Bedminster-

Saturdays 9, 16, 23 May

-with free Love, Sex & Violence for BS3 residents Saturday 9 May-

Show Of Strength’s hit outdoor show returns for 3 Saturdays from 9 May.

Meet a host of real life characters and extraordinary-but-true stories:

  • Charlie Stephens, the Bedminster barber who went over Niagara Falls in a barrel
  • Aldred Daw Collard, poet butcher of Bedminster with his chines & his rhymes
  • Notorious impostor Princess Caraboo who now lies in Hebron Burial Ground
  • And the £26,000,000 from the Brinks Mat Robbery that was melted down and laundered in Bedminster…

Kim Hicks as Princess Caraboo in Show Of Strength's WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD.  Photo Jack Willingham- Theatre Bath

Join actors Kim Hicks and Chris Yapp for 2 separate 1 hour walks:

  • 11am starts at The Steam Crane, 4-6 North Street, BS3 1HT (junction with Canon Street), ends noon at The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, BS3 1TF
  • 2pm starts at The Masonic, 110 North Street, BS3 1HF (opposite Gaywood House flats), ends 3pm St Catherine’s Precinct, East Street, BS3 4HG
  • 1 walk £3; both walks £5.
  • With free Love, Sex & Violence for BS3 residents!  Prove your BS3 address & postcode (eg utility bill) on Saturday 9 May (only) – & see both shows free!

Full details, including 4 star reviews: http://showofstrength.org.uk

Part of Bristol Walking Festival; funded by Bedminster Town Team:



Sheila Hannon, Creative Producer, www.showofstrength.org.uk

0117 9020235 .uk

Photographs by Rosie Tomlinson and Jack Willingham