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Watch Jack’s world come to life in this interactive tale of dance, circus and music, bringing you a trove of secrets and surprises that will delight the whole family.

Join Theatre Bristol and invited guest Graham Johnson, for a special open office event at the Tobacco Factory.  Together Theatre Bristol and Graham will be leading this session focusing on burnout and well-being.

We’re starting up Theatre Bristol’s Theatre Club.  What is it? It’s a bit like a book club but for plays and performances.  You buy your own tickets and see the show whenever suits you, then return to the theatre on the day of the club to discuss it with other audience members and an Artist Support Associate at Theatre Bristol.

Our comedy night showcases some of our upcoming talents and features support from some of the best emerging talent in the city.

Bean pigs invite you to our 2nd puppetry scratch nightat the Cloak and Dagger on Cheltenham road, on the 14th of November- Entry is free/donation

This November the Bristol Improv Theatre’s amateur improv community are bringing to the stage two brand new shows whose cast and director are members of the Unscripted Players.

For one night only -THE RICHARD AWARD WILL SHOWCASE THE WORK OF EXCEPTIONAL EMERGING CIRCUS ARTISTS TRAINED IN BRISTOL -Seven acts have been selected from dozens of applicants to attend this live final. Who will take away the prize?

The Richard Award will showcase the work of exceptional emerging artists trained in Bristol, the powerhouse for the creation and development of circus in the UK.

Captivating singer Kate Dimbleby joins Bristol’s favourite comedy theatre troupe Living Spit to reimagine Homer’s classic work.

The graduating students of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School present Mike Bartlett’s amibitous play ‘Earthquakes in London’ focusing on climate change.

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