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An Interview with Laila Diallo, choreographer of Hold Everything Dear

Web_h-e-d_1211_653__2__thumb An Interview with Laila Diallo, choreographer of Hold Everything Dear September 9, 2013 By Stephanie Kempson, Marketing Assistant Bristol Old Vic Theatre

In conversation with Jonathan Goddard, title role in Mark Bruce Company’s Dracula

1069385_10151733806568850_1972666364_n_thumb Melanie Zaalof talked to Jonathan about his training, his inspiration and his upcoming title role in Mark Bruce Company’s new dance theatre production of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

In The City 3: Walking In The City

2 Co-curators Hannah Sullivan, Martha King and Mel Shearsmith discuss the upcoming Walking in the city micro-festival.

IN THE CITY 2: WORKING IN THE CITY: A lexicon of Labour Movements

Thornton_dundee_factory_intervention_thumb In The City is a 6-month programme of performance and talks about the future of our city, held at The Parlour Showrooms from July – Dec. Every month during the series Theatre Bristol will prov…

This is the story of a play I’ve written called The Room In The Elephant

Trite_poster_image-1small_thumb Tom Wainwright tells us about his play. It previews in Bristol before going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

‘We’re not that different, me and you’ – fulfilling potential and changing perceptions with the Misfits Theatre Company.

Img_0187_thumb As Bristol’s own Misfits Theatre Company battles to win votes in support of their recent National Lottery Good Causes Award nomination, performer and artist Amy Louise Webber tells us about he…

I Could've Been Better: making and remaking with an audience

Idiot_child_logo_thumb Idiot Child's Jimmy Whiteaker talks about the making of 'I Could've been Better' and how it's led them to Crowdfunding and Edinburgh.

The Evolution of The Wardrobe Ensemble's New Show: 33

Photo_thumb How The Wardrobe Ensemble made 33, a show about the Chilean Miners.

In The City 1: Making In The City

Sonandheir_thumb In the first in a series of articles about The Showroom Projects' new In The City programme, Jodie Hawkes and Pete Phillips from Search Party talk about how parenthood has influenced their…

Dearest Film-Makers!

Chris_hewitt_on_set_thumb Jay Oliver-Yip, a Bristol based actor, and I, a Bristol based film-maker have decided we would like to try and co-ordinate some sort of Bristol based, collaborative feature film production. W…

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