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Cannonballista: Finding your inner Superhero

Cannonballista3-lizclarke-credit-paulblakemore_thumb We asked live artist Liz Clarke to tell us about her work and her superhero alter ego, in advance of her explosive new show, Cannonballista.

Sacred or Profane?

Earth_release_thumb We spoke to celebrated anarchy feminist performance makers Deborah Antoinette and China Blue Fish, about their work and partnership, and their new show and crowdfunder

Theatre Bristol releases our visual Annual Report 2016-17

Theatre-bristol_square_4_thumb The story of our last year in word and illustration

Mothers Who Make

Motherswhomakebristollw___36_of_160__thumb An invitation to the next session

Washed Up and Desperate: New frontiers for Desperate Men

285343-f8a35b55b831ecc8ef429681fd19e2f3_thumb We spoke to the celebrated street theatre mavericks about their life, work and partnership, and putting that on screen in a new film.

Valley Arts. Over Dundry Hill but not Far Away.

Valley5_thumb Looking at the work of Valley Arts, a group bringing performing arts to people beyond the A37 and A38

Pride and Me.

Vonlia_cake_flag_109_o_thumb 10 Reasons why I am without shame this year! By Tom Marshman

Dance Futures: TB's plans for dance in Bristol

Update on Theatre Bristol's plans for the development of dance in Bristol.

Lost Bodies

Rsz_lost_bodies_colchester_14_thumb An interview with Nicola Hunter

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