Creative Wellbeing Café

We are excited to announce the opening of acta’s Creative Wellbeing Café. The café will be open 10am-4.00pm on most Thursdays in June and July, specific days listed below, serving hot drinks and homemade cakes, and from 11am—12.30pm you’ll be

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Listen now: Chocolate Biscuits

A group of Black Hijabi Muslim Girls from Bristol ages 11-17 who met over 8 weeks to talk about issues that matter to them. Grab your chocolate biscuits and listen to the girls put the world to rights. This podcast is part of acta Community Theatre: Turn Up; amplifying under-platformed voices.

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Rapport – the publication

Between 2019 and 2021, acta worked with three international community arts organisations on Rapport: refugee arts with participants and practitioners open to integration. Over seas, lands, and indeed Zooms, Rapport brought together local people from different nationalities and shared theatre

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New team member: Rosa

Rosa is our new Communications Coordinator – working on acta’s social media, website, and newsletter (and more!)

Mask requirements for Footsteps in the Snow

Please be advised that to keep everyone safe we will ask all audience members attending our winter show ‘Footsteps in the Snow’ to wear masks, unless you are exempt. Please ensure you have a mask with you, and keep it

Finance and Operations Manager

acta is seeking a Finance and Operations Manager to join our team here in Bristol. Deadline for applications: Tuesday 4th January 12pm. Job pack available to download.

Rapport: the documentary film

We are thrilled to bring you the release of our documentary film following Project Rapport – a two year partnership that brought together local people from different nationalities and shared theatre practice across Europe.