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Migrants in Culture survey – take part

Migrants in Culture is a network of migrant cultural workers and allies organising against the UK Home Office Hostile Environment Policy. They have launched a national survey to map the impact of the Hostile Environment Policy on the cultural sector. T …

Theatre Bristol welcomes new team

Tessa Wills Theatre Bristol is delighted to announce that Tessa Wills is to become its new Creative Director, alongside three new Artist Support Associates and Eloise Tong as the new General Manager. Tessa Wills is a live artist, arts leader and commun …

Clare Thornton Memorial

Many of you will have known Clare Thornton who sadly passed away earlier this month following a long illness. Theatre maker and Theatre Bristol Artist Support Associate, Tom Marshman, has written the following tribute to her. Before her death, Clare se …

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Features

Theatre Bristol Impact Report 2017-2018

  Have a look to see what Theatre Bristol was up to in 2017-2018…  

Brexit Information for Arts and Cultural Organisations

Arts Council England have created this EU Exit Guide which they are updating with relevant government information to help arts and cultural organisations prepare in the event that the UK exits from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement.

Devoted and Disgruntled 14: What are we going to do about theatre and the performing arts?

The unconventional convention for everyone who loves, makes and lives theatre and the performing arts. D&D is an opportunity for arts people at every point in their careers, from audiences to artists, CEOs to FOH staff, grassroots groups to seasone …

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Interviews

I’m Bitter About Glitter – An Interview with Cocreator Liz Clarke

I’m Bitter About Glitter is a theatre show for children and adults on at the Wardrobe this month. It is ‘A joyful exploration of identity, belonging and choice’, created by Liz Clarke (age 43) and Felix Council (age 10). How did the project come about? …

Dark City – An Interview with Rachel Aspinwall and Holly Thomas

Over the past year, PECo Theatre have been developing ‘Dark City’, an immersive performance exploring visual impairment (VI). Collaborating with a group of older people and visually impaired co-creatives, PECo are working to improve cultural access for …

Interview with Deborah Antoinette on her upcoming workshop series.

Deborah Ward has been facilitating workshops in storytelling, authentic public speaking, mask work, clown and physical theatre for 6 years. Here she tells us about her practice and upcoming workshop series, Moving Stories. So, what got you into storyte …

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