8 March 2018
Kilter Theatre presents INVINCIBLE, a future-facing, immersive play exploring the personal and societal conflicts surrounding the emerging science of synthetic biology.
Following a sell-out run in 2017, Invincible is returning to Bristol this spring!
14 February 2018
The Bristol & West General Branch have announced their committee for 2018/19
6 March 2017
An iconic Bristol gig venue and pub is shutting down.
The news comes as a big blow to Bristol's music scene with the venue regularly hosting concerts and events.
The Stag and Hounds took to social media to make the disappointing announcement.
Read more at http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/popular-independent-music-venue-in-bristol-set-to-close/story-30183368-detail/story.html#5g8JK5Lj0kX4sJ3k.99
1 March 2017
It is devastating to hear that both Bristol and Bath and North East Somerset councils are cutting their arts funding so drastically.
As a world heritage site, Bath is fundamentally reliant on grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The city attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. By cutting grants to showcase theatre arts, the council has shown itself to be an inadequate and poor caretaker of such a globally significant region, doubtless denying itself increased visitor revenue.
13 February 2017
Bristol and West General Branch of Equity – Meeting Venue
Address SPACE, 6 West Street, Old Market, BS2 0BH See map below – the start marks the spot!
11 February 2017
We are now into the second month of the year and much has been happening.
Firstly, an advance reminder that the next Branch Meeting is on Tuesday 21st February at SPACE, 6 West Street, Old Market, Bristol, BS2 0BH. We will aim for usual time of 7.30pm, but it may start a bit later due to attending the protest march prior to the meeting (see below). End time 9.30pm.
8 February 2017
One of the biggest problems with local arts cuts is that they are infectious.
The news of cuts in Bath and Bristol is troubling, not least because it indicates a continuing trend for local councils in the South West of England to completely cut, or significantly reduce, their support for the arts.
6 February 2017
Actors including Timothy West and Tony Robinson have hit out at “savage” cuts to arts budgets in the South West, with Equity labelling them “cultural vandalism”.
Bath and North East Somerset Council is proposing a 100% cut to grants it awards to arts organisations, while Bristol City Council has outlined a 40% cut to its arts budget, with £190,000 to be cut in 2018/19 and a further £190,000 cut in 2021.
14 November 2016
Find out about our draft Corporate Strategy 2017-22 and how to have your say.
14 November 2016
Dear Equity Bristol,
We are Olivia and Sam, co-directors of The Room Above. Previously The Wardrobe Theatre, we are running the newly rejuvenated performance space atop The White Bear Pub, and we are finally ready to open our doors to Bristol's vibrant artists.