Knowledge Exchange and the Creative Industries seminar: Paul Clarke on Billennium Square / Sharon Clark on Raucous Theatre
This intensive 8 week-course is for theatre makers, actors, circus performers, dancers and directors who would like to expand their physical vocabulary and explore the relationship between the body, movement, voice, emotion and text whilst working in an ensemble. The aim of the course is to offer a range of practical tools that stimulate the performer’s creative process and can be integrated in their personal training and further artistic practice.
Salmon is a brand new play by emerging female theatre company, Eve and Sea Productions. Salmon explores male mental health and millennial immovability; highlighting drug culture in small towns and the disembodiment of the protagonist, Angus. An explosive piece of new writing, blending spoken word, music and surrealism, Salmon follows Angus and his self-destruction and battle with mental health after the death of his dog.
Encountered on a ward round: Daniel, a refugee from Eritrea, now a trainee nurse; Rahmiya, a Muslim doctor; and David, an elderly white cancer patient. Just another dysfunctional NHS ‘family’. Find out how this story unravels…
Workshop with Toby Hulse, Bristol-based playwright and theatre director. The first in The Sunday Sessions by The Wardrobe Theatre. A series of workshops for theatre makers in the city to meet, play, share their practice, explore ideas together and learn from each other. Each session will be led by a different local theatre maker. Places are limited so book in advance.
Discover the sights, sounds and textures of the seasons in this beautiful winter show for 0-3 years from Bristol Old Vic’s Made In Bristol alumni WILDERBEAST.
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Create engaging scenes. We focus on playing real characters, and exploring in the moment. We learn how to act truthfully in scenes, and how to construct a platform through world exploration. The final class will be dedicated to the Montage format. If you are a comedian looking to improve you craft, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone who just wants to try something new, this course is for you!
Explore the comedy of the scene. Game is the shiniest moment in an improv scene. By playing Game we are exploring the scene’s comedic possibilities. We will create engaging characters, find patterns, and explore how to heighten towards a comedic finale. We learn how to make an improv scene look like a written sketch. The final class will be on performing the Pretty Flower format. If you are a comedian looking to improve you craft, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone who just wants to try something new, this course is for you!
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Impressions: A six week exploration of movement improvisation. A training in movement improvisation introducing different tools to sharpen perception, expand awareness, dance with impressions and play with our imaginations. The course is open to everyone with a movement practice, and those who would like to have one.
Theatre Bristol’s bi-monthly Open Office sessions are informal coffee mornings for strangers, newbies and old faces we’ve not seen in a while; anyone who wants to come and meet us for introductions and new connections. Both Artist Support Associates and one of Theatre Bristol’s Executive Team will be all ears and on hand with tea, coffee, and questions.
Based on the literary classic by Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd is the story of Bathsheba Everdene. Having inherited her father’s farm, Bathsheba finds herself playing mistress in a man’s world. She is pursued by three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak, a sheep farmer, captivated by her fetching wilfulness; the handsome and reckless Sergeant Troy; and William Boldwood, a prosperous and obsessive landowner. But are any of them a match for the independent and spirited Bathsheba? This amateur production of ‘Far From The Madding Crowd’ is presented by special arrangement with Nick Hern Books
Children are the future of every nation, but poverty causes children to step back and live within the smallest radius. We are aware of the continuous global developments; there are still 767 million people across the world who are fighting from numerous socio-economic challenges.