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Join Anna Girvan, director of Our Country’s Good in Tobacco Factory Theatres Factory Company Season.

In theatre, where it seems that more and more performers compete for fewer and fewer jobs, the need to develop ways to create your own work is becoming an essential skill. Led by veteran actor Kim Hicks, this masterclass focuses on writing your own solo show.

TESTING GROUND: EXPERIMENTS IN DANCE is back. Now in it’s tenth year, it is a chance for dancers and choreographers to test out their exciting new ideas in front of an audience.

Join the Family Arts Campaign and early years experts Turned On It’s Head for an exclusive how-to session on creating accessible, creative experiences for very young children and their families. Liz Clark, Artistic Director of TOIH will discuss the value of arts in early years creative, how you can reach families, how to cater for diverse audience needs, and will share ideas for bringing the whole family together through early years activities. The session will also include time to ‘ask the expert’ so bring your questions for Liz on how to make your programme accessible and engaging for little ones and their family members.

Information session to find out about Bristol City Council’s 2-year arts & culture grant funding – Imagination Fund 2020-22

The Actors’ Workshop is delighted to welcome back Fourth Monkey Training Company – one of the most exciting and successful actor training programmes in the UK. This masterclass builds on Fourth Monkey’s previous workshop and is aimed at drama students, drama teachers and professional actors who would like the chance to discover new dimensions in their work.

Theatre Bristol’s bi-monthly Open Office sessions are informal drop-in coffee mornings for strangers, newbies and old faces we’ve not seen in a while.

The international program aims at actors, dancers, performers from all over the world interested in mastering their acting, directing, performance making and movement skills.

“Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity” is the annual international multidisciplinary conference exploring the bridge between the “traditional” and the “contemporary” in performing arts.