Bristol Old Vic

Equity Bristol & West General Branch are pleased to invite Equity members of all professions and backgrounds, to our next Members’ Meet Up.We are delighted to welcome Mike Tweddle – Artistic Director of Tobacco Factory Theatres – as our guest…

All Equity members are invited to our CIRCUS & COMEDY SPECIAL MEET UP. 📆 TUESDAY 16 APRIL. 🕐 7:30pm. 📍 Bristol Old Vic. We will welcome Angie Belcher, Alexa Gibbens & Valentina Solari as our guest speakers.

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is a successful and well-respected conservatoire drama school. We attract the very best talent in students and staff, and our courses are recognised nationally and internationally as a benchmark of quality in professional acting, technical,…

Bristol Old Vic are offering the opportunity for four successful applicants, aged 18+, to gain training and experience as theatre technicians and backstage creatives through the NT Connections Technical Training Pilot. This includes individuals interested in stage management, sound design,…

COMMON: GROUND is a series of supportive discussions which offer a platform to ‘off-stage creatives’ who self-identify as working-class to share the barriers to career development they face when building careers in theatre in their region.

Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Leicester Curve and The Lowry Salford are joining forces to launch ‘The Naseem Khan Commissions’, three seed commissions of £2,000 each to three Artists of Colour (theatre-makers or companies led by a majority of POC) to…

In their debut show, Made in Bristol company WILDERBEAST present In the Light Everything is Brighter, a daring exploration of inner torment, tenderness and raw humanity.

I’m an actor based in Frome (Somerset). I Graduated from Webber Douglas some years ago and I’m always on the hunt for creative opportunities in the South West and Beyond.

Theatre photographer based in Bristol working for various clients including the Bristol Old Vic, Theatre Royal Bath, Sadlers Wells, The In Between Time Festival and MAYFEST. Alongside various other independent theatre makers including Stand and Stare, Forest Fringe and Theatre…

Bristol Ferment is Bristol Old Vic’s artist development programme dedicated to supporting the exploration and creation of exciting new work from inspiring theatre makers from Bristol & the South West.

Bristol Old Vic Young Company is led by a team of professional directors, musicians, designers and writers who work with over 450 young people every week. 20 different workshops covering all aspects of acting and performance including specialist sessions such…

Bristol’s favourite festival of silent comedy returns to Bristol Old Vic for a Sunday filled with gags from BBC Radio 4 comedy stars, celebrations of TV classics and appearances from national comedy treasures. Join us fo…

Sink down upon us. Night of love, make me forget I live. Cornish King Mark is at war: he rules with his head not his heart. But he hasn’t counted on falling head over heels for his enemy’s sister, or…

For love, Medea sacrificed everything – only to suffer the ultimate betrayal at the hands of her husband, Jason. As he prepares to marry his new bride, Medea plots the ultimate act of revenge to free herself from him and…

The danger lies not in machine becoming more like man but in man becoming more like machine.Like a giant graphic novel burst into life, 1927 invites you to take a step through the looking glass into a dark and fantastica…

Buckle up for a night of extraordinary, adrenaline-fuelled seat-of-your-pants theatre that’s quite unlike anything else.On the evening of Sat 22 April, six writers will gather to write six brand new plays. Before daybrea…

We’re delighted to welcome back NT Connections, the UKs biggest youth theatre festival. Each year the festival offers a unique opportunity for youth theatres and school theatre groups to stage new plays written for young…

Nicholas Hytner will tell the story of 12 years at the helm of the National Theatre, a period of unparalleled creativity and success. He will share stories about productions of The History Boys, War Horse and One Man, Tw…

Emma Rice’s “exquisite” (Daily Telegraph) production comes to Bristol this Christmas following its critically acclaimed premiere at Shakespeare’s Globe.Struggling to keep warm on the freezing winter streets, our impoveri…