In Between Time announce new event

12 February 2019

In Between Time have announced an exciting new chapter with the creation of a new event – the In Between Time Summit – which will take place on the 10 – 13 October in Bristol. The four day event will feature artworks, conversations, workshops, film screenings, music, marches and resistance as the team at In […]

Submerge Festival is BACK

24 January 2019

Bristol’s International Digital Arts Festival is back – bigger, better and more diverse than ever. This is the arts festival for everyone and it’s back from 1st-10th March. Submerge is immersive, involving, a riot of sound and vision that can’t, and won’t, be put in a box. Submerge is performance art that takes techno, contemporary […]

Bristol Harbour Festival Expressions of Interest – Last chance to apply!

23 January 2019

Bristol Harbour Festival, one of the country’s largest free festivals, will return to the city for a celebration of Bristol from 19th – 21st July 2019. Festival organisers are now inviting artists, entertainers and performers from across the city to express their interest if they wish to be part of the festival programme in 2019. […]

Culture Flash Sale is BACK!

16 January 2019

Quick-off-the-mark culture fans can save money with thousands of discounted tickets and offers in the Bristol and Bath 24-hour culture flash sale from 10am tomorrow (Thursday 17 January). From music, theatre, art and museum exhibitions to club nights, family events and theatre classes, there are deals galore. Take a punt on something new, grab a […]

Slapstick Festival returns for 15th Annual edition

15 January 2019

The UK’s biggest festival of silent classic screen comedy returns to Bristol this week for it’s 15th annual edition. Starting on the 16th January, Slapstick Festival will be packed full of laughs with 33 comedy events happening over six days. This year’s festival is divided between a strong archive programme of silent comedy at Watershed […]

Bristol Palestine Film Festival returns this December

03 December 2018

The Bristol Palestine Film Festival returns with its eighth edition on Tuesday 4th December with an eclectic programme of fictional features, documentaries and short films. Showcasing insights into the lives of ordinary people living in extraordinary circumstances, the 2018 programme promises to be the most thought provoking yet. Highlights include a heart warming documentary about […]

Installation from In Between Time commemorates centenary year of women’s suffrage

28 November 2018

In Between Time, the artistic producers of Bristol’s biennial arts festival, have created a one off unique sound and light installation to commemorate the centenary year of the first women winning the right to vote.   In a specially commissioned project for Bristol Women’s Voice, the brand new installation comes to Arnolfini on 1st – […]

Bristol Open Doors takes place this weekend

14 September 2018

The city’s annual Bristol Open Doors festival returns this weekend 14-16 (September 14th-16th). For one weekend a year, the keys to the city are handed over to the public so they can discover heritage spaces, forgotten places and innovative design. Explore 101 fascinating buildings and uncover their secrets through expert-led tours. Produced by the Architecture […]

Job opportunity: Architecture Centre looking for administrator

21 August 2018

The Architecture Centre is seeking a Centre Administrator to join their small and passionate team. The Administrator will provide key support to the organisation and help to deliver a year-round programme of cultural activity. The role of Centre Administrator is central to the smooth operation of the Architecture Centre. The successful candidate will be an individual […]

New Luke Jerram exhibition at University of Bristol Botanic Gardens

01 August 2018

Bristol artist Luke Jerram, the man behind the Play Me I’m Yours pianos and the Museum of the Moon has contributed some new, unique artwork to one of the city’s most popular gardens. The Impossible Gardens is a series of experimental structures inspired by visual phenomena and can be found in the University of Bristol’s […]

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