storytelling

Join a host of inspirational artists to explore the use of narrative in site-specific, outdoor and public settings from visual installations to sound trails and large-scale performance.

This year The Bristol Improv Theatre celebrates International Women’s Day with a double bill of fantastic female talent. Featuring Derek’s MoJo and If These Walls Could Talk.

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.

Revelations is an epic story about faith, foxes, and trying to do the right thing even when it involves taking all your clothes off.

A magical playful children’s show about a little boy who has a dream. With breathtaking puppets so enchanting, that everyone will want to sail away with Arthur in his dream boat! 

Rise and Fall is a Bristol Playback Theatre Company. Playback is improvised theatre (with live music) using true stories from the audience. All stories are welcome – happy, sad, funny, serious. There’s no pressure to speak, we will guide the process….

Looking to take your improvised scene work, acting or performing skills to the next level in a stretching, but safe and supportive environment?

This course is part of our performing improv programme. learn to explore narrative – hone your improvised theatre skills.

Performing Improv L1 is a programme of three seven-week classes, which rotate throughout the year: Creating Characters, Telling Stories and Singing Songs.

Volunteer performance project with improvisation and storytelling experience included, culminating in a show for International Women’s Day on Saturday 7th March at the Bristol Improv Theatre.

A spirited show of improvised storytelling for all the family complete with a live improvised soundtrack and songs.

Epic narratives brought to life by master storyteller Daniel Morden, with sublime stringed accompaniment from musicians Sarah Moody and Oliver Wilson-Dickson.

A wild haven of fairytales for grown-ups and myths for kids comes to College Green, Bristol. 29th Aug to 1 Sep.

Sundays at The Wardrobe Theatre: Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth’s monthly night of many genres

Storytelling as ritual; Archetypes of the Wild Woman; Connecting to the body; Opening the voice; Creating images through movement.

‘You are sat in the centre of the universe. You fall in love. Over and over again.’ Tonight we invite you to sit next to the most beautiful girl in class and let her Charley Red perfume fill you with…

What is physical theatre? How do we create physical narratives on stage? What is like to be part of a company that dedicates itself to a sustained embodied training?In this workshop, participants have the opportunity to dive into the world of…