Part gig. Part their Mums living rooms. Bonnie and The Bonnettes delve into motherhood, womanhood, and femininity through conversations with their Mums, armed with three microphones, music, and a bottle of prosecco.

A Christmas romp with everyone’s favourite nosey neighbour Annette Curtain. Shows at 7 and 9pm.

Keywords: LGBTQ

A reserved English father turned Tantric Masseur. A Muslim mother who insists on open dialogue. Roann has been caught in the middle since seven, furiously masturbating…

“Planes carrying nukes, the terrifying sound of life atomized into static noise: Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) feels very much of the minute” (New York Times). The legendary Split Britches return to Bristol with a performance exploring ageing, anxiety, and the end…

3 people from different backgrounds that have never met before are trapped in a room together and influenced by a mysterious source. Immersive and heavily interactive, the audience randomly choose the next scene to play out. the play itself has…

It is the 6th of April 1895 and Oscar Wilde waits alone at the Cadogan Hotel. He is awaiting a knock on the door that will bring an arrest warrant with charges of Gross Indecency against him.

Artist, Writer, Theatre Maker and Artist Support Advisor at Theatre Bristol.

Pride Circus Night is a spellbinding show organised to help fundraise for Bristol Pride. This cabaret grants the audience a chance to look into to talented and high skilled acts that performers from the LGBTQ+ circus community have created.

A new uncovering the untold stories of queer history. Butterfly is a cacophony of passion, love and rebellion

We are a collective of queer artists creating work inspired by science fiction themes. We are looking for submissions for a zine exploring queer identities and creativity.

‘May’ is a one woman show by activist and actor Phoebe Kemp, based on the life of the ‘crippled suffragette’ May Billinghurst…

201’s award-winning hip-hop theatre returns with SKIN: a boy’s intimate journey of gender transition to discover a body that feels like home

201’s award-winning hip-hop theatre returns with SKIN: a boy’s intimate journey of gender transition to discover a body that feels like home

201 Dance Company are back on tour with SKIN. Described by The Guardian as “taking hip-hop into thrillingly new terrain”, exploring a powerful story of gender transition through urban dance.

We are looking for a new Artist Support Assistant who will work closely to support professional artist Viki Browne on the Research and Development phase of her new project, Hyper Fem.

Keywords: LGBTQ, mental health

An out-of this world exhibition by a group of queer artists

Kings Cross (Remix) uncovers the hidden histories of LGBT communities in London during the 1980s through memories of the Kings Cross area; an area that has undergone radical change since its day as a hub of LGBT communit…

Keywords: LGBTQ

Following on from the success of this engaging LGBTQ focused tour; Hot Dates from the past is back! The grand Elizabethan Red Lodge Museum will once again be transformed into a dating site, taking inspiration from chats …

Keywords: LGBTQ, Pride