Theatre Bristol Bulletin 17th November 2016 (theself-care edition)

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Theatre Bristol Bulletin: 17th November 2016 (the self-care edition)

 

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How’s everyone feeling today?

In these uncertain times and with a hectic time of year coming up, this week’s newsletter is all about self-care.  Self-care is a priority and a necessity. Here are some suggestions to keep you feeling like number one. It’s important to make someone happy, starting with yourself.

Feel It Festival takes place this week at Circomedia. The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute and Life of Breath present four exciting days of events investigating pain, breathlessness, and the experience of being human. Expect talks, workshops and discussions, along with dancers, theatre makers, visual artists, aerial performers and musicians.

Take some time out to read our latest showcase, an interview with Submerge Festival director Mike Pony. Mike tells us about his brand new Bristol based festival of audiovisual arts, live performance and electronic music. Submerge kicks offsub8 this Friday with Dive at Colston Hall.

Treat yourself to some live performance this week. Impermanence Dance Theatre present their latest show SEXBOX this Friday and Saturday at  Jacobs Wells Baths (formally Bristol Dance Centre). The future of the building is up in the air so please join Impermanence for this special performance. Theatre West brings you Stomping on Shadows at Hamilton House until the 26th and don’t miss An Invitation by Jo Fong tonight at The Trinity Centre.

bodyBook onto The Expressive Body on November 27th with Kate Hilder. This workshop is open to everybody, whether you want to discover new forms of self-expression, enhance performance skills or develop presence in your everyday life. Fen Theatre are also hosting two workshops on Translating Anglo-Saxon: Poetic Rhythm & the Female Body. Explore the history of the female voice through poetry and choreography. Book for the 1st or 10th December.

Join Laila Diallo at Tobacco Factory Theatres for a Monday morning dance social and collective roll about! Tobacco Factory Theatres invites those working in dance to meet up weekly, have a cuppa and move into the studio when it’s not in use. 

Applications for the EVOLVE graduate dance platform are now open. This is an open call to artists who have graduated in the last five years to try out new ideas in front of an audience. Post Evolve graduates will have optional access to individual CDD/mentoring support to reflect and review their feedback and inform their practice.No Description

Or why not wind down by listening to a BBC radio drama. Apply to the Norman Beaton Fellowship 17, a chance to win a five month contract with the BCC radio drama company in London. Applications close next Friday!

Right I’m off to do some yoga!

Sophie for TB Team

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News

Sagazan comes to Bristol as part of Submerge Festival

Fresh from a collaboration with FKA twigs, France-based artist Olivier de Sagazan talks about his hybrid performances of disfigurement and his upcoming work for Submerge festival in Bristol.

Posted on 16.11.16 | Categories: festival, art, painting, sculpture

Analysis of Theatre in England

In December 2015, BOP Consulting and Graham Devlin Associates were commissioned to undertake an analysis of Theatre in England by Arts Council England.

Posted on 08.11.16 | Categories: anaylsis, arts council,

Equity contract for small scale dance

Created by Theatre Bristol

Posted on 02.11.16 | Categories: dance, contract, equity, itc

What's On

Stormchasers by Big Loop Theatre Company 17 Nov 20 Nov

Venue: YardArts Performers Collective
Full Price: £7.00

Poster_jpg_thumb Stealing storms for a living Hatty and Jem chase the weather in an attempt to return to where they belong. But are they running home or running away? ***** Big Loop Theatr…

Posted by George Soave | 27.10.16 | Categories: yardarts, fringe, cardiff, bristol

Ophelia: Madness (in blue) Lucy Dreznin 16 Nov 18 Nov

Venue: The Kitchen
Full Price: £5.00

Img_0868-min_thumb A music theatre production, celebrating the other story of a quiet, virtuous heroine.Text from scenes in ‘Hamlet’ by William ShakespeareMusic composed by Sergei Drez…

Posted by Lucy Dreznin | 10.11.16 | Categories: music, shakespeare, blues, jazz

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips 16 Nov 20 Nov

Venue: Bristol Old Vic
Full Price: £30.00
Concession Price: £14.50

946_carousel_thumb magine being told to leave you home…Imagine American soldiers occupying your house and land…Imagine being 12 and angry, with only a cat to tell your secrets to…Well it all…

Posted by Bristol Old Vic | 12.04.16 | Categories: bri

Odyssey by Ad Infinitum 22 Nov 26 Nov

Venue: The Wardrobe Theatre
Full Price: £8.00

Odyssey1_thumb One actor. One hour. One man’s epic quest to reunite with his family and seek his bloody revenge. Theatre Ad Infinitum, now based in Bristol, return after the incredib…

Posted by The Wardrobe Theatre | 05.10.16

Jobs

Spoken Word Workshop Facilitator

Varies

Spit & Polish ACE funded Spit & Polish are looking to make contact with Bristol-based Spoken Word artists experienced in delivering workshops. We are working…

Keywords: poetry, spoken word, workshop

Marketing Officer (Part Time)

£16k pro rata

Halsway Manor We are seeking an enthusiastic and organised individual to support the work of the Communications & Programme Manager at Halsway Manor, Nationa…

Keywords: marketing, development

Actor for Research and Development Period

Prime Theatre | £250

Prime Theatre is working in collaboration with Fingersmiths and is looking for an actor, based in or near Swindon, to participate in an R&D pro…

Keywords: actor, arts, drama, development, rd

Marketing Intern

Salary £13,891, pro-rata, £11,263 per annum

Bristol Music Trust Bristol Music Trust – Colston Hall Marketing Internship, Part-Time 30 Hours, Salary £13,891, pro-rata, £11,263 per annum Fixed-Term …

Keywords: music, arts, marketing

Opportunities

Office space to share

Artspace Lifespace are taking on a small office space in Old Market Bristol from 1st December. Available: 1 desk space £50pcm for the mont…

Keywords: studio, office, arts management

Call for Artists: Blackpool Weekender

UK Young artists BLACKPOOL WEEKENDER FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24TH – SUNDAY 26TH FEBRUARY 2017 UK Young Artists and Abingdon Studios Blackpool are offering 12 artists a …

Keywords: residency, art, development, fun, creative

ACTORS: A CALL TO PLAY

Marina O'Shea

Having toured the UK alongside performing on the comedy circuit as O&O Comedy Duo for the past 4 years, we’re really interested in making…

Keywords: workshop, fun, audition, development, acting

Artist office space / co working space

Shared office/desk spaces in Old Market. The Milk Bar is a new arts space by night in the up-and-coming Old Market quarter of Bristol, a few do…

Keywords: creative space, artist working space, bristol, desk, the milk bar

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