Next seminar Wednesday 12 June 1.30pm – 4.30pm
acta and University of Exeter Drama Department are proud to present an extra special international seminar, to consider community theatre and arts in rural and urban communities, with a specific focus on the USA and Europe.
Children from our local school, Compass Point, came over recently for storytelling and history sharing workshops presented by the Making Time elders. The children wrote back to the elders afterwards with some lovely feedback. The elders told us how much they enjoyed sharing memories with local children.
We are delighted to announce that We Have Overcome, the revived Malcolm X Elders’ show, has secured funds to tour to five Bristol schools.
We will also be taking it back to perform again at the Malcolm X Centre in St Pauls and a to Lcokleaze for a second community performance.
Erasmus Plus investment secured for two exciting new international partnerships, Healing Wounds and EAR.
Both projects will share acta’s expertise in drama workshop delivery, offering practical training courses at acta in Bristol, as well as development of digital tools that will enable us to share and learn far more widely.
Next free CPD will be Wednesday 15 May (10:30 – 12:30) – Heritage: making theatre from a historical story.
Part of a series of open access workshops for practitioners; an opportunity to work with the acta artistic team; regular sessions throughout the year.
Get Together report published – 600 participants, 500 free workshops, 17 original shows and lots lots more! Read what acta participants have to say…
The Malcolm X Elders are Crowdfunding for their next show. Recent events and stories surrounding the ‘Windrush generation’ have moved the Elders to share their own stories about moving to England. They feel it is time for them to reclaim ownership
A documentary film (15 mins) of the REACT project is now available to view online.
Further information about the REACT programme, and a link to view the film.
The REACT publication is also now available as a free download.
Roll up, roll up for a magical, mysterious adventure as a rag-tag band of useless acts take on a desperate quest to save the world’s worst circus!
Tickets £5 – £9 for this year’s festive family show at acta.
Join us for a very special event as we welcome the amazing Maria Schejbal of Grodzki Theatre, Poland for 4 days of puppetry workshops at the acta Centre, 10-13 September 2018. Learn about Maria’s engaging and supportive gentle approach