This Autumn, Rosalie Pordes and Maryam Rutter have been visiting the Malcolm X Elders Theatre Company on their doorsteps, asking them questions collected from Bristol schoolchildren…
Watch the film and read more about this project.
Also, news of other recently-released acta films.
Join us on Wednesday 25 November, 2.00pm-4.00pm for an online, interactive seminar on the artistic process of making community theatre – created for audiences to learn and interact.
Join us online on 27 November, to watch this highly anticipated documentary exploring the story of the Clippies and the Bristol Tramway Riots of 1920, through the eyes of acta’s community performers.
Latest updates on our response to the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions – acta is finding new ways to create community theatre and support participants, but the acta cente will close for the November lockdown period and will reopen when it is safe to do so.
Many workshops continue online, and festive family show, Footsteps in the Snow, will go ahead.
On 17 September 2020, the actacentre came alive with performance once again. Watch our video as we bring our unsung heroes to life.
We are delighted to welcome our community theatre practitioners safely back to acta from November 2020!
This course is a practical introduction to community theatre, led by Neil Beddow and Ingrid Jones.
Who is your unsung hero? Someone who walks among us, who has made a difference – from our history, from our family, from across the globe or across the street.
What does make someone a real hero to me?
Box office now open for an evening of live performances on Thursday 17 September.
On 27 August, at our yearly AGM, we looked back at the 2019/20 year at acta, to hear the acta Council of Management report back on our programme, the money and everything acta.
Weds 26 & Thurs 27 August
Live performances, music, arts & crafts. Read all about this event and more.
Hear from Maryam Rutter, acta Foundation Workshop Assistant, on her engagement work at acta this summer.