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Redcliffe Present Perfect: Story Collecting Project

  • 31st October 2017
Redcliffe Present Perfect: Story Collecting Project

Redcliffe Seniors Community Theatre Collective

  • 27th July 2017
Redcliffe Seniors Community Theatre Collective

Venue: Faith Space, Prewett Street, Redcliffe, BS16PD. Day: Thursday  Time: 3-5pm Price: Free Autumn term begins September 14th 2017 If you are 50 or over, living, working or playing in the Redcliffe area or associated with it in some other way, and fancy getting involved, then come and join us. No previous experience required. Come for one as a try out! All welcome. Activities will include: community story gathering, being a core collaborator developing performance ideas and script with a theatre writer and director, finding out about marketing, digital, backstage and other...

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ORAL HISTORY GATHERING TRAINING

  • 29th June 2017
ORAL HISTORY GATHERING TRAINING

St Mary Redcliffe Inspire day and Tea Party

  • 6th January 2017
St Mary Redcliffe Inspire day and Tea Party

Inspired by Place We are launching our St Mary Redcliffe Place Based Theatre Club with an 'Inspire day and Tea Party' on Saturday 21st January 2-4pm. Tours of usually hidden and unseen spaces and their stories will run at 2pm from the north porch, followed from 2.30 -4pm, by tea and cake, sharing of stories and history and creative activities by PECo artists at the Faith Space in Prewett Street, Redcliffe BS16PD Everyone is welcome to come along, find out something new, share their own memories, memorabila and experiences - who knows it may end up in a theatre piece! We will...

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RNIB Memory Gathering Tea Party

  • 29th November 2016
RNIB Memory Gathering Tea Party

With our Memory Gathering Tea Party at Bedminster's Action for Blind People / RNIB only days, away here’s the Tea Party menu of events to get your taste buds tingling : Arrivals, tea and cakes: with thanks to Eddie’s coffee lounge for the delicious chocolate gateaux! Welcome and introduction - Rachel Aspinwall, PECo theatre director, Heather Banks, Action for Blind People / RNIB outreach officer Mini talk – History: The Bristol Royal Society for the Blind – Alan Brown,long term client, Colin Griffin and Memories of B’minster, Carole Bennett, retired volunteer and staff member...

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Call Out for intern and volunteers – Place Based Theatre Club

  • 26th September 2016
Call Out for intern and volunteers – Place Based Theatre Club

Intern. PECo theatre are looking for an enthusiastic, confident and articulate intern to work with the company supporting the Place Based Theatre Club at the RNIB. Beginning October 4th and covering various dates including Saturday October 22nd up until December 2016. The role is approximately 1 day a fortnight and will suit someone who is interested in learning more about the processes involved in socially engaged theatre making and arts and oral history projects. Volunteers We are also looking for up to 3 volunteers to support the Place Based Theatre Club inspire session on Saturday...

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The Place Based Theatre Club at RNIB

  • 12th September 2016
The Place Based Theatre Club at RNIB

‘Imagine this invisible palace in all its true glory.... for it is a site for sore eyes” from ‘Invisible Palace’ by Stephanie Kempson, Place Based Theatre Club writer. The Place Based Theatre Club at the RNIB, Bedminster, will explore how the unique stories, memories, history and spaces of a place can inspire theatre. Do you have memories, experiences and stories about this incredibly valuable building that has been serving the blind and visually impaired for decades? Are you or someone you know a user of the RNIB/Action for Blind People in Bedminster? Would you like to work...

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Hidden City Writers in Residence

  • 12th September 2015
Hidden City Writers in Residence

Part Exchange Co in association with the Architecture Centre &Bristol Doors Open Day present: 'Hidden City Writers in Residence' Live writing in response to a site, its resonances, histories, stories, visitors, spaces. Eight talented city based writers resident in eight fascinating city buildings, taking inspiration from the buildings’ past, present and future. The residencies will result in spoken word presentations in the venue at the end of the day. 10-4pm, September 12th 2015 Experience your city in a new light!  See our facebook event for more information.

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Future Tourist sharing at Knowle West Media Centre

  • 10th July 2015
Future Tourist sharing at Knowle West Media Centre

Future Tourist is a bus-tourthrough a near future Bristol, a live site-specific drama, and an online interactive experience. In this future Bristol, city logistics such as transport, healthcare, waste and resource management are monitored and controlled by computer and the ‘Active Citizen’s programme’ encourages people to proactively provide direct feedback. The Future Tourist bus tour is specifically designed to encourage young people (16+) to become part of the system, to become Active Citizens. But it isn’t a smooth ride. Someone is asking difficult questions. Who designed the system?...

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Melting Pot Session 10am -6pm

  • 19th June 2015
Melting Pot Session 10am -6pm

This month’s Melting Pot session will take place at St John the Baptist – part of the very fabric of Bristol, it was built into the city walls in the 14th-century as a place for travellers to offer prayers before a journey. It’s a fascinating place and we will be given a guided tour and be able to explore its various spaces including: the crypt and the vaults within it, the upper church nave and chancel, the vestry, the organ loft and the ringing chamber. Come prepared to explore, share, get inspired and create! Melting pot sessions are regular fun and practical workshops for writers...

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