7 July 2013
BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL: For one Sunday each month, King Street, Baldwin Street and the Old City will be closed to motor traffic and opened up for people. Enjoy street games, performers, markets, historic tours or just have a coffee as you relax in a street lounge.
26 June 2013
BRISTOL POST: Whiteladies Picture House could reopen as a cinema within months of its acquisition, say campaigners who have raised £10,000 to save the Clifton landmark.
21 June 2013
For one Sunday each month, King Street, Baldwin Street and the Old City will be closed to motor traffic and opened up for people……
Enjoy street games, performers, markets, historic tours or just have a coffee as you relax in a street lounge.
See the city from a new perspective by taking the new cycle loop through Creative Common, where you can see a show and back through Castle Park to have a go at free fitness events.
20 June 2013
Bristol South MP Dawn Primarolo was in the Speaker’s chair yesterday for a debate about arts and the creative industries in the UK in which embattled Culture Secretary Maria Miller praised the “refurbished and regenerated” Bristol Old Vic.
See more at: http://www.bristol-culture.com/2013/06/20/bristols-arts-praised-in-parliament/#sthash.8YfRCrq3.dpuf
9 June 2013
The Whiteladies Picture House Kickstarter Fundraiser has begun! They have 30 days to raise £10,000.
9 June 2013
Members who wish to attend the People's Assembly Against Austerity in Westminster on Saturday 22nd June 2013 may be interested in a coach from Bristol on the day.
29 April 2013
ARTS COUNCIL UK: A Grant for the arts award has helped Natural Theatre Company set up a new Street Theatre Company comprising solely of Disabled Artists.
25 April 2013
THE STAGE: The Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton has left its creditors, including theatre companies and ticket holders, an estimated £500,000 out of pocket, according to the venue’s administrator.
5 April 2013
THE STAGE: "We’re on the margins of viability".
Ask Tom Morris, artistic director of Bristol Old Vic, about his theatre or the city of Bristol, and he is all joie de vivre and enthusiasm. But if the conversation turns to the arts cuts or the future of regional theatre, though, his concerns are obvious.