Newtopia poster header reads: "A Shooting Fish Production Newtopia Build a Better Tomorrow'
Section below a small decorative poster reads: "Gainsborough Tickets - Pay what you decide. Available from the Trinity Arts Centre website. 
In the footer of the poster text that reads 'Wednesday 19th June at 7:30pm, Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough.'
Dark blue poster with a header that reads: 'A Double Bill at Trinity Arts Centre' 
First paragraph text that reads: ‘Shooting Fish present a theatrical double bill written and produced in collaboration with young people from Gainsborough. The productions form part of the Gainsborough Literacy Project which aims to support young people's skills development. 
We would like to thank all of our generous funders who have made this project possible.’

Subheading that reads: 'Behind Closed Doors' with text below that reads: ‘Performed by local young people and working in partnership with Gainsborough Heritage Association. Running time 20 minutes.
A door is opened to reveal stories from the past which connect a group of unlikely friends. They promise to meet at their secret hideaway and in a flash, are transported into a Victorian workhouse, learning that history has a funny way of repeating itself.’

Subheading that reads: 'Newtopia' and below a paragraph: ‘Created and written by CLIP young people and performed by a professional cast. Running time 1 hour and 20 minutes.
The year is 2084 and the world is recovering from a catastrophic war. People desire change, a new dawn, one which offers hope for every citizen; welcome to Newtopia, a self-proclaimed paradise and answer to a million dreams.
Meet Newtopian native Jhone, female, 19: a model citizen, looking to connect. But when she does so with Cesar, a charismatic young lawyer, she is forced to question not just who he is but everything she has ever known. 
Is her home really the utopian dream she's long been led to believe, or is there more to this paradise than meets the eye?’