Returning for its eight year, and running from 5th – 14th April, we’re on the lookout for a diverse range of performers, shows and genres. We love developing new artists/work, so entry is free with artists receiving 85% of profits.
Doorstep Arts are seeking a musical theatre assistant with piano accompaniment skills to work Tues and Wed evenings in Torbay. This is a paid freelance assistant role, part of our ‘Foot in the Door’ emerging artist support model. You will…
At the moment the conference is accepting presentation proposals. Find out more at www.performingartsconference.org The conference is a wonderful opportunity for performers, performing arts educators and teachers to demonstrate their methods and techniques.
Olivier Award nominated Les Enfants Terribles bring their signature style of visual storytelling to the stage with their First World War epic, The Trench
A creative live events producer, with experience from a variety of backstage and front of house roles, and training as a fundraiser specialising in Patron events. After a number of years spent working in London, I have now relocated to…
Aria Music Academy is officially open for business here in Bristol for beginners to advanced musicians. Our dream is to create a music and arts hub where people from all walks of life can come to learn, create music and…
A beautiful new piece of storytelling and song exploring some of the less talked about issues of new motherhood, by new company In Our Hands
Rising Aspirations Academy of Performing Arts is seeking an enthusiastic Performing Arts teacher to lead weekly classes (term time) on Saturdays (additional hours available on Mondays for dance) to children aged 3-18. The role is open to candidates specialising in…
Chuckle Busters presents a handpicked selection of top comedians at The Wardrobe Theatre
Return To The Unknown: An intergalactic interactive cosmic adventure from Babyhead Tom and DJ Cheeba, for ages 3-10 and their families
Acclaimed songwriter and traditional music luminary with humanist hymns, ancient Chinese poems and feminist battle cries
A guitarist at the very forefront of his generation; a troubadour, balladeer and storyteller cut in the old style
With songs about dogs eating soap and dragons called Keith, the popular Nick Cope returns to The Wardrobe Theatre to perform his special live music gig for children
The brilliant Scottish/German singer-songwriter cand acoustic fingerstyle guitarist performing traditional songs and ballads from Scotland and beyond
This role comprises assisting delivery of the 10 week Music course for 11 – 16 year olds at Creative Youth Network. A great opportunity for someone at the beginning of their career looking for more experience in the industry.
The perfect summer holiday treat for ages 3+ and their families lands at Bristol Old Vic this summer. Michael Rosen’s much-loved poem, Chocolate Cake, is transformed for the stage.