Theatre

Louder is Not Always Clearer: the untold story of being D/deaf in a hearing world

Jonny Cotsen, D/deaf performer and theatre maker talks to Asmaa on the importance of centring deafness in a hearing...
Arts/Culture / / Asmaa Jama

Barber Shop Chronicles: why the barbershop is sacred space

Masculinity, Mandela and motherland: Ellams' bold play pulls back the curtain on barbershops across the world.

BUTTERFLY: a new play uncovering untold queer stories in Bristol

Director Sam Jones talks us through his play about queer stories that have been purposely buried - until now The...
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Talking Princess & the Hustler: blackness, beauty and British stories

Kudzai and Emily discuss colourism, activism and the importance of telling black British stories

Facing Frankenstein: an interview with writer Matt Grinter

Elliott chats to the award-winning writer behind a gory new stage imagining of the gothic horror Mary Shelley’s story...
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Events / / Elliot Scott

How Theatre Can Change You and How You Can Change Theatre

Tabby reflects on her time working on an uplifting piece of theatre about homelessness  Twelve weeks ago I walked into...
Bristol / Social Issues / / Tabby Rodney

Top Six Places you should check out to Kickstart your Dance career

Tim takes you through her favourite Bristol organisations to go to that will help make that dance career dream a...
Arts/Culture / / Tim Lo

6 Shows That Will Surprise You At Mayfest 2018

Tim Lo talks about the biggest theatre event in Bristol this month and picks some of the most exciting shows...
Arts/Culture / / Tim Lo

Why The World Needs Artists

For all the times you've been told being an artist isn't a 'proper job'.
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes

Interview With A Poet: Caroline Bird

The youngest poet to have a published collection talks advice, inspiration, and the importance of writing.
Arts/Culture / / Imogen Downes