Scholarships for participation in the Physical Theatre and Directing Workshops in Austria New Year! New Scholarships! New You!
Come and meet or reconnect with our Artist Support Associates to find out about our artist support services and play Cards for Inclusion with Holly Thomas, to explore how barriers in the art sector can be removed and how we…
Combining theatre and circus, our first year BTEC students present Adapting Stories. Taking a well known narrative, students will create and remake their own versions.
Lola is a twisted exploration of trying to remember and not remembering, featuring tightwire, aerial straps and all manner of circus skills.
Oh No, George! is the delightfully playful tale of a dog who can’t resist temptation. Adapted from the award-winning picture book by Chris Haughton.
Natalie Inside Out playfully turns our conventional ideas of circus upside down and inside out in this unique collaboration between a world-class hand-balancer and digital artist.
BOX is a humorous and uplifting tale about sibling connection and rivalry, featuring impressive hand-balancing, acrobatics and a mysterious box of tricks.
Omni is a contemporary circus performance created by the graduating BA class of Circomedia 2020. Omni is a homage to physical innovation and boundless creativity.
NoFit State is offering one lucky individual the chance to join their travelling circus troupe for an entire season. This new role will work with the tented touring company and will be in charge of all things bar, café and…
We are looking for an exceptional arts administrator (maternity cover) to run our busy office and act as a central point between all members of staff and a first point of contact for artists, clients and creative partners.
A male circus artist with parkour, acrobatic and dance/movement skills to join the cast for BLOCK, our incredible dance-circus collaboration with Motionhouse
Watch Jack’s world come to life in this interactive tale of dance, circus and music, bringing you a trove of secrets and surprises that will delight the whole family.
Three bouncy besties seeking some top-notch cookie hunters! Quick thinking, team playing adventurers needed to help us on our quest. Suitable for deaf audiences.
For one night only -THE RICHARD AWARD WILL SHOWCASE THE WORK OF EXCEPTIONAL EMERGING CIRCUS ARTISTS TRAINED IN BRISTOL -Seven acts have been selected from dozens of applicants to attend this live final. Who will take away the prize?
FESTIVAL.ORG (Greenwich+Docklands International Festival) is looking for a dynamic Engagement and Access Producer to join our team and lead a programme of exciting work with communities through free, ambitious and ground-breaking outdoor performing arts.
The Richard Award will showcase the work of exceptional emerging artists trained in Bristol, the powerhouse for the creation and development of circus in the UK.
The Escape Act – A Holocaust Memoir is a one-woman theatre show incorporating circus and puppetry. It is based on the life of Irene Danner, a Jewish acrobat during WWII.
Gloria was never a Swedish singer or a figure skating champion, but she dreams of it. Hanging in mid-air looking uncomfortably overdressed, she is waiting for things to happen.
Meet Quimera, a retiree who wants to change the world… emerging from her tiny room into a fantastical landscape she inadvertently becomes the heroine in her own story.