Live Art

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…

I am a live artist and performer. I have an MA in Drama and a 1st class honours degree in drama and contemporary performance. I am available for a variety of work and love a challenge. I also have an…

Over two days Bristol-based collective Interval are setting up camp and will taking over both The Wardrobe Theatre and Old Market Assembly with a thrilling programme of performance, sound and film

Feel the power as soft flesh contends with hard metal in We Are F*cked. This new performance work by Jo Bannon explores desire, sexuality and neoliberalism.

LONDON’S BIENNIAL FESTIVAL OF INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART AND NOISE Deadline: 7th April 2018 Tempting Failure is back, and thrilled to launch our open call for applications to our 7th year of performance art and noise. TF18 will be the first event…

Demostage returns. It’s our informal, temporary space for those working on creative projects to share their ideas and receive helpful feedback. Open to people who make all kinds of creative projects (be it theatre, music, games, sound, or beyond), we…

MAYK is looking for an experienced freelance marketer to coordinate the marketing and press for Mayfest 2018 under the supervision of the festival’s Marketing Manager and the leadership of the Artistic Directors.

I create Performance in public places which map and respond to sensory, political and social experiences lived, imagined, performed and recorded in those spaces. My work often invites participation from audiences either within the process or at an event. I…

Sara Zaltash is an artist who works in live performance and song. She is a member of Residence. www.sarazaltash.com www.residence.org.uk

Gabrielle Coyne is an artist who focuses on ideas of the self in performance. Her practice is informed by: -Process over outcome -Ideas of Being and Self -Experimentation -The exploration of body, mind and spirit

Ria Hartley is an interdisciplinary solo performance artist, researcher and educator based in the South West of England. Working within the mediums of devised theatre, site-specific and durational performance, live art, installation, video, photography, and socially –engaged art, her practice…

Independent Producer.

The Earth is our invaluable resource. It was plentiful and has given so much to help us grow into the human race we are today. As the climate continues to change faster than scientists expected, what will the future hold?…

I am a live artist, performer and creative producer. In my live practice I concentrate on themes surrounding the Body as site and object. I explore the boundaries, constraints and vulnerabilities of the Body in performance merging a variety of…

Producer based in Bristol. I love working with performance that connects its audience and is highly stimulating for the senses: visually, sonically, geographically or all at once. I love working with Circus, Dance and Theatre and with bold and brave…

Sylvia is a Bristol-based performance maker, originally from Germany. She creates Live work for theatres, galleries and public space. Her performances have been presented widely in the UK, such as at SPILL Festival at the Barbican London, and in Europe,…

Paul Hurley is a performance artist and researcher.

I’m a performer, actor and live artist. I make autobiographical solo shows, and generally play about. I am a member of residence.org.uk. I also work as a dramaturg and outside eye for other artists.

Tempting Failure is a platform for Live Art, Noise Art and Performance Art. Created to raise the profile of artists who choose to actively engage with risk within their practice, find it hard to be programmed in a supportive manner,…

In Between Time is an international production company creating extraordinary art works, and the biennial In Between Time Festival. We encourage artists and audiences to think, to dream, to do things they have not yet imagined.