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Stop the Clocks returns to the Coffin Fittings Works

Posted September 5th, 2011 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 1 Comment

Stop the Clocks is returning to Newman Brothers Coffin Fittings Factory from the 28th September- 1st October 2011 after a sell-out run in June 2011.The first performance piece to take place in the factory, which was closed in 1999, Stop the Clocks takes the audience on an unexpected journey through the site.

Tin Box collaboratively devise theatre which creates an immersive environment for the audience, exploring inventive uses of storytelling, visual theatre and site-specific performance. Come and celebrate with us as we share stories from a life to be remembered.

One of the most uplifting and life-affirming pieces I have seen in a long while … we came out, barely a dry eye among us; all of us charmed, thoughtful, and joyful. The Good Review on Stop the Clocks

The little glow Stop the Clocks has given me is going to last for a long time to come!  Philip Holyman, Little Earthquake

A brilliant production which has really engaged the audience and used the Coffin Fittings Works in a highly creative way. Elizabeth Perkins, Birmingham Conservation Trust

Tin Box have kindly agreed to stage this as a fundraising event for Birmingham Conservation Trust  on 28th September-1st October

5pm, 6.30pm and 8pm (Performance Duration: 1hour)

Tickets £12 (£8.50 for students with NUS cards which must be shown on the night)

Book your tickets now as this highly acclaimed performance returns for 4 nights only! Click here to book


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One Response to “Stop the Clocks returns to the Coffin Fittings Works”

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