theatre performance

Apricity Theatre’s new adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Henry V comes to the Alma Tavern & Theatre Friday 12th – Saturday 13th July.

Travel back to the early 20th Century and uncover forgotten history. Based on a true story, “May” has a unique take on the fight for women’s rights. Celebrate the 100 years since women gained the vote by meeting May Billinghurst,…

We are looking for female identifying performers based in the Bath/ Bristol area (or able to stay locally) with a background in dance, theatre or performance art who are confident with moving, talking and defying the patriarchy on stage.

The Natural Theatre Company’s Adult Classes are returning this Spring with another 10 week Performance & Theatre Skills programme for anyone aged 18+.

I am looking for a skilled choreographer to teach different styles of dance. I am looking for a music and singing teacher.

Red Rope Theatre Company return to Arnos Vale Cemetery this autumn with the chilling gothic horror ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley, adapted for stage by Award Winning writer Matt Grinter. The performance will take place after dark inside the magnificent Anglican…

This workshop is a simple way that can help you formulate your personal unique approach to work with actors and dancers, through the intensive practical training based on the Ostrenko Brothers Method of performer’s physical training and rehearsal.

Experience the cult musical, brought to you with the full orchestration for the first time in Bristol.

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…

Bristol based theatre company established in 2013, striving to create high quality productions that begin with exceptional writing and carry that quality into every aspect of the show.

A Girls Guide to Saving the World is performed as part of EAT Company’s rep season. A frank and funny new play about friendship, feminism and what it means to be successful.

Burying your Brother in the Pavement by Jack Thorne is performed as part of EAT Company’s rep season. A play about grief and looking at someone a little bit more closely and ultimately, what it means to be a young…

A new, regular cabaret night focusing on Physical Theatre and Storytelling. Shout out for performances of between 5 and 20 minutes in Storytelling , ensemble Physical Theatre, Mask Work, Clowning, Fooling or Cabaret style Song. Please Submit your ideas by…

Come along to The Room Above’s monthly scratch night, occurring on the first Monday of every month at 8pm. It’s ‘pay-what-you-decide’ and everyone’s welcome!

Students will learn how to safely choreograph a fight scene within the context of various Shakespeare plays.