Using designs and imagery from pre-Incan textiles, ceramics and architecture, this brand new creation leads audiences on a serpentine journey into the darkness, into the labyrinth, into worlds beyond death.
Combining theatre and circus, our first year BTEC students present Adapting Stories. Taking a well known narrative, students will create and remake their own versions.
An exhilarating all female line up of dance, theatre and storytelling. Three shows from 3 different countries, all in one astounding evening.
Lola is a twisted exploration of trying to remember and not remembering, featuring tightwire, aerial straps and all manner of circus skills.
Natalie Inside Out playfully turns our conventional ideas of circus upside down and inside out in this unique collaboration between a world-class hand-balancer and digital artist.
BOX is a humorous and uplifting tale about sibling connection and rivalry, featuring impressive hand-balancing, acrobatics and a mysterious box of tricks.
Omni is a contemporary circus performance created by the graduating BA class of Circomedia 2020. Omni is a homage to physical innovation and boundless creativity.
Our Street is a show about community. It’s about people on a street in Bristol. It’s their narrative and their experiences.
Spend the day with Fred and his friend the pigeon. He’ll show you a side of the city you’ve never seen before – the dark side. See, Fred’s homeless and while he’s doing his best to get along and stay…
Wells Theatre Festival
Bristol-based movement artists are invited perform with the avantgardeners collective in Livia Rita’s immersive gig on 22nd November. The germs of the Kissing Futures tour was developed under the mentoring Lea Anderson and Lindsay Kemp (David Bowie) at the Barbican.
“The audience are kidnapped from their comfort behind the fourth wall and are helplessly thrust into new emotional territory.” – ★★★★★ The Upcoming
For one night only -THE RICHARD AWARD WILL SHOWCASE THE WORK OF EXCEPTIONAL EMERGING CIRCUS ARTISTS TRAINED IN BRISTOL -Seven acts have been selected from dozens of applicants to attend this live final. Who will take away the prize?
Let us take you back to the 90s… The 1590s… Follow intrepid mystery hunters Olive and Teddy in this hilarious show as they become embroiled with witches, haunted houses and the scent of Cardinal Wolsey’s conscience.
Fio is casting for the final phase R&D of our stage adaptation of Nadifa Mohammed’s ‘The Orchard of Lost Souls’. This two week rehearsal period will be paid £500 per week, a total of £1000; we will also cover travel…
Mary Steadman, director of Red Room Productions, creating interdisciplinary theatre/performance, and Senior Lecturer in Acting and Drama, Bath Spa University, specialist in Devising, Physical Theatre.
An Artist Call Out with Theatre Alibi – From the 5th-12th October, we’ll be putting on a pop-up exhibition about St Thomas at Emmanuel Hall and we’ll also be gathering stories and objects from the local community. And in May…