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The Uniqueness of My Perfect Mind

My_perfect_mind-165_thumb My Perfect Mind tells the story of renowned classical actor Edward Petherbridge, who having been cast to play King Lear, had a major stroke which left him barely able to move. As he struggled …

The Compendium of Super Heroes and Alter Egos

Drastic_thumb Liz Clarke talks about The Compendium of Super Heroes and Alter Egos is a graphic novel written collaboratively by a group of ten women over 18 months through performance, writing and experiments.

The Music Behind Filter's Macbeth

-60-filter-macbeth--_farrowscreative_copy_thumb An Interview with Filter Theatre about the music in their new production of Macbeth

Once Upon A Time: An Interview with Director Agnieszka Blonska

St2_1531_thumb An interview with Agnieszka Blonska about the themes behind Once Upon A Time

The Life of Sai: touring The Tiger and The Moustache by Saikat Ahamed

Tiger_face_thumb Saikat Ahamed writes about his experience of booking and managing a tour of his own solo show, The Tiger and the Moustache

Voluntary Arts. Making Parterships and supporting artists

Spinning_umbrella__the_ashton_group__thumb Kat Quatermass is the South West Development Officer with Voluntary Arts, an organisation which works nationally to promote and increase active participation in creative cultural activities. …

Asking For It. An interview with PINCH

Asking_for_it_poster_thumb PINCH are Hannah Kew and Isabelle Cressy, a dance theatre duo based in Bristol. They told us a bit about Asking For It, their new piece of work exploring the phrase, which will be performed at…

Words, Words, Words, with The Bristol Shakespeare Festival

Gb_theatre_-_msnd_2__2___copy__thumb The Bristol Shakespeare Festival (CIC), is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. TB Arts Assistant Ross Willis spoke with Artistic Director, Suzanne Booth about the festival.

Bristol Creative Space

Aliceimage2_thumb Bristol City Council have opened up two of their ex functional spaces for artists and performers, curators and producers alike. Alice Fruer-Denham from Bristol City Council talks about the spaces

Mayfest 2014: A round up of one of the most exciting festivals in the UK

Slap_talk_main_image_thumb Mayfest is one of the best UK festivals of international contemporary theatre, and it takes place in Bristol from 15th - 25th May 2014. Steph, from the Mayfest team has given us a run-down …

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