Saturday 16th October 4pm and 7pm, Lockleaze.
Tickets are on sale now!
Join us for an immersive theatre piece delving into the untold stories of the all-female cast, through an exciting, alternative audio performance. Led and directed by acta Associate, Jody Cook.
On Sunday 12 September, around 400 people came through the doors of the acta centre and garden to this free family event. We celebrated Sudanese culture with live performances, food, Sufi procession and much more.
Feedback and reflection on the recent performances from our Rapport group, who created and devised this piece around the themes of identity, isolation and finding a new community…
From 4th-20th August, acta have a variety of drama, dance and art workshops for young people in Lockleaze to enjoy. All sessions are free of charge, and can be booked by emailing email@example.com or calling 07494 479343.
This year, 2021, we want to celebrate our amazing participants, as they celebrate milestones and achievements of their own, and remembering their experiences with acta. Read our latest interview with Abby Hitchins – plus others from Kirsty Ireland, Betty Morris and Liz & Tony Hillit.
Our latest Covid precautions in place at actacentre for live theatre and re-opening this Summer 2021.
Seminar | 30 June 2-4pm
Intergenerational work is more relevant now than ever, as we emerge into the post-pandemic world.
Book your free ticket to this seminar here.
A project that supports and connects isolated older people with school children, providing connection and creativity in their homes.
Culminating in the Exhibition of Hope on 21 + 22 May.
Watch on demand this documentary exploring the story of the Clippies and the Bristol Tramway Riots of 1920, through the eyes of acta’s community performers.
Clippies was performed 13-17 July 2021, as well as a premiere back in November 2019.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Oliver Jones as our new Director. Oliver comes to us from Creativity Works in Bath & NE Somerset, and will take on acta’s new Director post later this month, taking over from Neil in the chief executive role, and working with the existing acta staff team, which includes a new Artistic Directorate.