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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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 …

Interview: Paperbark Theatre Company

This_is_where_we_live_2_thumb New Bristol based Australian Company, Paperbark Theatre, on their debut show This Is Where We Live and their plans to take the production to the Edinburgh and New York Fringe Festivals

Ignite - A new Trinity Centre project to support Artists

Trinity_identity_rgb_thumb 'Ignite', to provide residencies, workshops and a space for live-performances featuring up-and-coming artists who draw inspiration from and are reflective of our local communities.

Reflections on the This Is It! event in Bristol

N This Is It! Reflections and thoughts on the day from our Arts Assistant intern Lucy Ahmed.

Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory: Interview with actors Vic Llewellyn and Jack Wharrier from As You Like It and Arcadia.

As_you_like_it_-_vic_llewellyn_as_touchstone_thumb Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory (SATTF) celebrates its 15th Anniversary with an Arcadian theme.

Interview- Laura Purcell Gates and Tobi Poster from Wattle and Daub Figure Theatre

Wattle-and-daub_4-405x608_thumb TB Co-Writer-in-Residence Tom Wainwright spoke to Laura Purcell Gates and Tobi Poster from Wattle and Daub Figure Theatre about their upcoming all day event at Tobacco Factory, Performing The Freak

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