Are you a reliable freelance dance teacher with an Enhanced DBS and PLI? Then join us at Funk It Up Dance School for a range of different teaching opportunities in the Bristol Area!
Theatre Bristol’s Open Office sessions are informal drop-in coffee mornings for anyone who wants to come and meet us for introductions and new connections. Both Artist Support Associates (ASAs) and one of Theatre Bristol’s Executive Team will be all ears…
Looking for a vibrant dance teacher to join us during our stage school on Saturday mornings.
Train with international Movement Director Vincent Manna as he comes to Bristol for one day to train YOU!
Bristol based Crystal Zillwood presents two “exceptionally well observed” (Wayne McGregor) solos: Evolutio and These Hands. The House of Strays present a series of vignettes, each differing in personality, woven together like the Verses of a song.
This one-person, multidisciplinary performative act examines the ownership over the physical body from social, political and ethical standpoints – particularly pertinent in the era of campaigns such as #MeToo and Black Lives Matter.
An offbeat facetious romp that explores the ins and outs of theatre through the medium of dance. Expect nods to the new, bows to the Bard, blood baths and drag kings.
The British-Brazilian choreographer explores human identity, cultures and language. Two dancers are caught in a struggle to find their place in the world. A little robot called ‘Macheba’ both interacts with and observes the dancers, mirroring and absorbing our human…
A series of new works by Impermanence’s Josh Ben-Tovim, Roseanna Anderson & Alessandro Marzotto sit alongside two accomplished and beautiful pieces by Corali, leaders in dance by artists with a learning disability, and a short piece from Bristol performance ‘art-throb…
Pink Suits are a political rock duo creating live performance crossing the genres of music, dance, theatre, and film. Political Child is their first full-length work exploring fantasy, sexuality and gender identity. It is their late-onset teen angst rebellion against…
Drawing on ideas related to deep time, the night sky and landscapes of being, Jane Mason and her longtime collaborator David Williams explore a constellation of associations related to memory, change, wonder, scale and materiality’s imagination.
Bristol-based dance company Impermanence present a triple bill of striking new work from Laila Diallo, Bandi Meszerics and Tom Thom.
Drama based Artistic Director to work monthly with The Remix and Premix in Dorset. The ideal candidate will have experience of working in a community setting using inclusive and integrated practise.
Physically exhilarating and touchingly poignant, Knot is a finely crafted theatrical journey through the struggles of commitment.
A THOUSAND FACES explores the objectification of women in Bollywood and Hollywood glamour and the indiscriminate abuse and violence they can find. It specifically looks into acid attacks and devastation they cause.
A delicate dance-theatre performance for children and their adults, playfully exploring sound and silence.
IGNiTE artist Ella Mesma returns to Trinity Centre following her performance of Ladylike to present two dance workshops from her HOME series. Saturday, 12 January 2019 from 10:00-14:00
Join us at The Wardrobe Theatre to find out what’s in store for the residents of Newtown in the next episode of ‘Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera’!
A weekend workshop exploring the technique of mime, creating illusions through the physical application of mime, it’s technical content – the precision and humour. We will explore how physical mime can create magical illusions!