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Chinonyerem Odimba appointed as new Chair of Theatre Bristol

Theatre Bristol is delighted to announce that Chinonyerem Odimba is joining the team as the new Chair, as she takes over from Nick Sweeting. Chinonyerem Odimba is a Bristol based playwright, theatre director and poet. Her work for theatre includes ‘Joa …

Artist Support Associate Deasy Bamford visits IETM Rijeka 2019

Deasy Bamford, TB Artist Support Associate, visited IETM Rijeka in October. Here she shares her experience and thoughts of the event. I headed off to the IETM plenary  in Rijeka , not really knowing where Rijeka was. what a plenary was or indeed what I …

Theatre Bristol Impact Report 2018/19

Theatre Bristol exists to support and improve live performance, championing independence and the role of art and artists in society. We offer free and bespoke 1:1 support and development for independent artists at any stage of their journey. We place a …

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Chinonyerem Odimba appointed as new Chair of Theatre Bristol

Theatre Bristol is delighted to announce that Chinonyerem Odimba is joining the team as the new Chair, as she takes over from Nick Sweeting. Chinonyerem Odimba is a Bristol based playwright, theatre director and poet. Her work for theatre includes ‘Joa …

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.

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Hello from Tessa Wills, Creative Director

Tessa Wills is Theatre Bristol’s new Creative Director. They will be working with the organisation three days a week from July to lead and support the team of Artist Support Associates, and advocate, provoke and speak out on key issues facing artists a …

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 …

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