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Scholarships for participation in the Physical Theatre and Directing Workshops in Austria New Year! New Scholarships! New You!

Sophie is a Theatre Maker, Puppeteer, Movement Director and Performer from Bristol.

How To Beat Up Your Dad is the tale of one young mans journey through manhood. From a meek teenager to becoming a young man stealing Yakults, searching for happiness and finally standing up to his own dad.

A holistic, experiential workshop that uses movement, story, and play to explore and create connection with a more empowered sense of self.

Sophie is a freelance Theatre Director and Practitioner, based in Bristol, and working across the South West, Wales and beyond. She is currently working at Theatre Royal Bath’s Theatre School as Artistic Director, and can be reached at Sophie.jacobs-wyburn@theatreroyal.org.uk Recent…

Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic present a playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration, suitable for babes in arms and pre-schoolers aged 0-3 accompanied by their carers.

Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic present a playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration, suitable for babes in arms and pre-schoolers aged 0-3 accompanied by their carers.

Rise and Fall is a Bristol Playback Theatre Company. Playback is improvised theatre (with live music) using true stories from the audience. All stories are welcome – happy, sad, funny, serious. There’s no pressure to speak, we will guide the process….

Melissa wakes up after collapsing at her Cancer party…yes cancer party.

March 1919. Imagist poet Hilda Doolittle feels the first pangs of labour. She has been through this before, but things are different now: this child is not her husband’s. Convinced that the birth will claim her life, Hilda makes a…

Imagine you spent your whole life believing everyone was pretending and that everyone wore a mask. Imagine you are the swan who instead of finding your place in the world, built a duck-mask and learnt to waddle instead. Imagine you…

Successful and privileged art dealers Flan and Ouisa are hosting a dinner party when Paul, a blood-soaked young man, arrives on their doorstep. Claiming to be a friend of their Ivy League children, he charms his way into the house.

This workshop is an opportunity to find out more about taking part in the annual JMK Young Director Award, founded in memory of James Menzies-Kitchin.

This role is a key part of the Marketing Team, contributing to the effective delivery of the Marketing and Audience Development strategies with a specific focus on press, PR and social media. The Marketing Team is responsible for driving sales…

Artistic Programmes Manager responsible for curating high quality, diverse, commercially successful arts programme. Reports to Chief Executive with key senior role in helping to deliver the Brewhouse artistic vision in time of change.

Snow White, but not as you know it! Featuring classic characters like the Huntsman, as well as not-so-classic from Game of Thrones to Adventure Time. How d’ya like them apples?

A one man show. Borderline travels the neurological pathways of an everyman attempting to make sense, live and cope with his mental health as it swings from delusionsof godliness to the end of the world and rightback around to falling…

Keywords: bristol, drama, theatre

Ground-breaking and multi-award winning show ‘Labels’ which examines racism, immigration and displacement comes to Bristol January 2020

Multi-award winning playwright Joe Sellman-Leava brings staggering one-man production ‘Monster’ to Bristol

A Pint Sized Conversation at Grupo Lounge in Westbury-On-Trym. A Show about mental health and offering support. About not getting it right all of the time. But trying.