women

Popelei Seed Commission 2020: WOMEN IN LOCKDOWN “There is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” – Virginia Woolf This is not the first time in history that women have been isolated…

A mischievous look at the existential crisis of motherhood – award-winning Popelei (Manuelita) return to take you on an exhilarating journey through the guilt and the glory of one woman going her own way.

Our exciting new Women Leaders South West programme has launched! Apply now to benefit from placements, training and support, and if you’d like to find out more about it, come along to one of our open day sessions.

The Book of Jo looks at what happens when life falls apart. How can we maintain hope when the worst happens? And why do bad things happen anyway?

Mid Life, a new show about the menopause presented by Diverse City, is at Bristol Old Vic Feb 12-15 and March 4-8.

When did you last feel alive? Fifty, frumpy and full of inhibitions, newly divorced Julie is searching for the sex life she once had, declaring: “I’m not ready to be put out to pasture yet!”.

Move Dance Feel is a creative project for women affected by cancer, including those caring for someone with cancer, designed to offer holistic support and enhance wellbeing.

Move Dance Feel is a creative project for women affected by cancer, including those caring for someone with cancer. We are currently looking to recruit two Dance Artists to join the project, supporting delivery via a paid training opportunity.

Tribe of Doris is a social enterprise promoting cross-cultural cohesion and education through creativity, dance, song and ceremony. Based in Bristol, Tribe of Doris connects local, national, and international creative practitioners to new audiences and communities. Tribe of Doris works…

Bristol-based Tribe of Doris Festival 2019 offers over 200 workshops including dance, drumming and song with world-class arts practitioners at Stanford Hall, Lutterworth, Leicestershire (coaches available from Bristol)

FLY! Festival of Black Women’s Theatre 20th June – Tuesday 25th June 2019 Taking place at three venues across Bristol: Wickham Theatre University of Bristol, Bristol Old Vic and Arnolfini. Five Days – 16 performances and 14 workshops Three performances…

As part of our new verbatim-gig show, Bullet Theatre is looking for people to participate in a short interview/discussion about puberty and music. We are particularly interested in talking to BAME women.

The award-winning feminist, atheist, polyamorous comedian and writer for Have I Got News For You, puts away all those years of coquettishness and gets off the fence.

Women born in the 60s or 70s needed to participate in short interview/discussion to help form Bullet Theatre’s new verbatim, gig-theatre style production.

The Bristol Improv Theatre is collaborating with Michelle Graham-McMorrow (The Short And Girlie Show) to offer a development opportunity for women looking to get on stage and improvise. A small group will be trained for seven weeks in short-form improvised…

Actors wanted – unpaid – There is no nudity and no scenes portraying sexual activity in any way – though there is talk about sex. I am looking for actors for a play based on short stories by Simone de…

A sound and light installation created by IBT’s Artistic Director/CEO Helen Cole and over 100 women and girls from across Bristol.

Things We Do Not Know is about the stories of female street sex workers in Bristol. Using verbatim theatre and music, the play looks at how these women turn to sex work to survive. The piece began development two years…

‘May’ is a one woman show by activist and actor Phoebe Kemp, based on the life of the ‘crippled suffragette’ May Billinghurst…

Have a female story to tell? Help us make her story with our new seed commission for performance-based work that tells women’s stories.