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In this part of the site you’ll find interviews and profiles of both established and emerging theatre practitioners from Bristol and beyond, along with in-depth articles about important issues facing theatre today.

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Spring Season at Trinity

Image__5__thumb Find out more about the Spring Season of Theatre and Dance at Trinity Centre

Tribe of Doris- Latisha's experience

Practitioners share their learning as a result of TB bursaries

Kings Cross Remix

Tom_marshman_gallery_thumb An Interview with Tom Marshman

Devoted and Disgruntled 12: Read the report

D_d_logo_compressed_thumb Devoted & Disgruntled 12: What Shall We Do About Theatre And The Performing Arts Now? 14-16th January 2017. The Passengers Shed at Brunel's Old Station

Theatre in the USA

Washington_thumb Impressions from the Theatre Communications Group (TCG)’s Annual Conference: THEATRE NATION 2016 Washington DC

SPACE, SPACE, SPACE

Img_2881_thumb From January 2017, initally for a 6 month period, Theatre Bristol will have a space, Meanwhile BS3 for hire.

Submerge Festival: An interview with Festival Director Mike Pony

Submerge Festival director Mike Pony talks festival radical cross-curation, discovery and exploration.

Dance Futures

Dancing_dolls_image_compressed_thumb Meeting notes and dance audit

D&D 12 in Bristol

D_d_logo_compressed_thumb Devoted and Disgruntled 12, taking place in Bristol January 14-16 2017

Blue Heart at Tobacco Factory Theatres

Blueheart-rgb-small__1__thumb Visionary playwright Caryl Churchill brings together two exhilarating one act plays in Blue Heart, which Tobacco Factory Theatres is delighted to add to its in-house production repertoire this…

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