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Puppetry Festival Preview

Twins_thumb With Bristol's first ever Festival of Puppetry kicking off in just two short week's time, we asked Rachel McNally of Full Beam Visual Theatre to give us a sneak preview of some of the …

Buzzard: out and about

Buzzard_crossing_thumb So I’m 15 years old and drawing a birthday card for my best friend. I decide it will feature a grumpy cartoon Buzzard, berating the recipient for his advanced years (16 of them in all. Just im…

Thoughts from Xtrax: Adam Gent

Xtrax_thumb Adam Gent, Theatre Bristol's recently departed Creative Producer for Circus and Outdoor Theatre, was asked to speak at a street arts event in Manchester called Xtrax. The context was setti…

Adam Gent: Signing Off

Adam_image_thumb We asked Adam Gent, who is departing for pastures new(ish) at the end of this month, to reflect on eighteen months of hard work as Theatre Bristol's Creative Producer for Circus and Outdoo…

You And Your Work 6 Preview

Home__bitter__sweet_home_-_joana_cifre_cerda_-_credit_fabiola_paz_thumb YaYW strives to showcase a mix of local, national and international promising, emerging performance artists. At every platform event YaYW aims to present a range of contemporary performance, i…

Bristol - Hannover Theatre Exchange

At_rehearsal_-_mittwoch_theater_thumb asked Eve Fitt of the Bristol Theatre Exchange group to tell us about the history of the exchange and the people involved.

Mayfest Review: Skutr, The Weepers

Weepers__behind_the_table_compressed_thumb Annette Chown Reviews The Weepers for

Mayfest Review: Home of the Wriggler, Stan’s Cafe

Stan_thumb Chris Gylee gets caught up in Home of the Wriggler's web of experiences.

Mayfest Review:The Adventures of Wound Man and Shirley

Wound_thumb Chris Gylee reviews Chris Goode's The Adventures of Wound Man and Shirley at the Tobacco Factory

Mayfest Review: Our Father's Ears

Tinned_fingers_web_thumb A bomb goes off in a busy store.. do you trample over people to fight your way out? Or stay back to help? Would you put yourself first, or others? How far would you go to survive?

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