Sundays at The Wardrobe Theatre: Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth’s monthly night of many genres
Three top-rate Bristol performers give a unique evening of poetry, music and festive-themed silliness!
A weekend workshop to craft your unique performance piece. With group exercises, 1 to 1 feedback. For: spoken word, clown, storytelling, or a physical theatre sketches.
Fundraising Cabaret for PWB! Featuring a variety of special acts, cake and laughs. Picture everything from burlesque to poetry!
Award winning writer and comedian Jackie Hagan’s solo show, presented as part of IGNiTE.
Back on the road again Tommy Tiernan has a new show, Paddy Crazy Horse. He rants and raves, he dances and acts. He tries to be very silly and very serious at the same time.
An evening of sophisticated comedy poetry, storytelling and song!
Vanessa Kisuule explores our obsession with what is sexy through comedy, spoken word, dance and various states of undress
Koko Brown explores the vital concept of mixed-race privilege and what it means to grow up a mixed-race woman in contemporary Britain, with spoken word support from Deanna Rodger
Stunning spoken word from Raymond Antrobus, supported by Shruti Chauhan and Tom Denbigh
A dynamic night of live poetry exploring mental health, to launch Bad Betty Press anthology, The Dizziness of Freedom
In an epic battle of spoken word, six phenomenal acts go head-to-head for your approval as poetry and comedy collide with unexpected and hilarious results
Join multi award nominated Edalia/Edward Day in this kickass poetry writing workshop, playing with rhythm, mixing classical forms with modern spoken word. Suitable for page poets, spoken word artists, rappers, prose writers, wordsmiths and anyone with a love for words.
Sunday Night Stories podcast seeking work from new writers.
Passionate and clever verse drama about love, radical politics, and skuzzy indie stardom. Luke Wright’s performance is spellbinding.
The ancient tale Silence, the daughter of the heir to Duke of Cornwall who is raised as a boy to secure their inheritance, is stunningly told by Rachel Rose Reid
Calling all South West artists- Fest West 2019 are keen to hear from artists working in all disciplines of contemporary live performance including theatre/music/dance/spoken word/circus/inter-disciplinary performance/ work in non-theatre spaces. There are loads of opportunities to take part in the…
An engaging and provoking poetry masterclass with Nick Makoha, winner of the Brunel University African Poetry Prize 2015 and writer of The Dark.
New York, 1962. Beat poet Elise Cowen commits suicide and her family incinerates all but eighty-three of her poems. Intertwining her surviving work with real interviews, Elise pieces together the true story of the woman shrouded by Ginsberg’s shadow.