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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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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…

Doing Things Differently

Logo-full_thumb We take a look at some of the great events happening this year.

Bristol Artist's at Edinburgh Fringe 2016

We've put a huge list together of all the FAB Bristol Artists attending Edinburgh Fringe this year

Edinburgh Fringe: Ross Willis reports

Ylrw6coa_400x400_thumb Ross Willis reports on Edinburgh Fringe

An interview with Nathan Keates

Nathan_3_thumb An interview with Nathan Keates interview Bristol and what is really mean by improv.

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Optimized-salt An interview with Theatre Bristol and MAYK

South West Theatre Symposium

Img_20160318_121338_thumb South West Theatre Symposium- Salisbury Playhouse 18th March

Interview with Andrew Hilton

Hamlet_thumb Interview with Andrew Hilton, Artistic Director Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, on the 2016 Season of Shakespeare co-produced with Tobacco Factory Theatres, as part of Shakespeare 400

Finding space to create and present performance in Bristol.

We put together a rough and ready survey in order to better understand how this loss of space impacts on the people making and presenting performance in Bristol and we had a great response whi…

Beacons, Icons and Dykons

Image_4_hogarth_musuems_at_night_thumb An interview with Tom Marshman

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