16 mag 2023 · PQA Bristol is a dedicated performing arts school, our Academy runs classes for children and young adults in Comedy & Drama, Musical Theatre (singing & dancing) and Film & Television. @pqa_bristol Facebook
4 mag 2023 · Job description and person specification (PDF, 94 KB) Further information about the role, School and application process (PDF, 104 KB) Equality and diversity monitoring form (Word, 57 KB) Application form (Word, 48 KB)
10 mag 2023 · Bristol Old Vic is seeking a Development Assistant. The Development Assistant has responsibility for supporting the Development team in generating fundraised revenue for Bristol Old Vic through individuals, trusts and foundations and corporate organisations.
- Out of Love by Elinor Cook
- Holes by Tom Basden
- Wasted by Kae Tempest
- Dorian by Phoebe Eclair-Powell & Owen Horsley
- The Brink by Brad Birch
- The Ugly One by Marius Von Mayenburg
- Tiny Dynamite by Abi Morgan
- No One Will Tell Me How to Start A Revolution by Luke Barnes
Spanning three decades between best friends Grace and Lorna, this play examines the intensity and the complexities of female friendship against the challenging context of growing up. Directed by Lydia McKinley; designed by Alice Sales.
Three colleagues and a teenager are stranded on a desert island following a plane crash. The award-winning Basden’s “pithy and grizzly apocalyptic comedy” is a tale of mismatched castaways. Directed by Lydia Cook; designed by Chen Chen.
An acclaimed spoken word and recording artist, poet, novelist and playwright, Wastedis Tempest’s debut play. Shot through with notions of dreams, death, mistakes and legacy, it follows a 48 hour stretch in the lives of three 20-something friends: Charlotte, Ted and Danny. Directed by Richard Bland; designed by Rhiannon Binnington.
The exhilarating first collaboration between Eclair-Powell (Bruntwood Prize 2019) and Horsley (associate director of the RSC), Dorian is an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Grayinterspersed with elements from Wilde’s own life. Directed by Phoebe Kemp; designed by Abigail Manard.
An edge-of-the-seat psychological thriller about an over-stretched substitute secondary school teacher suffering from recurring nightmares. Directed by Daniel Preciado; designed by Marta Sitarz.
A savage social satire from German playwright Von Mayenburg, whose work has been translated into 30 languages. The play dissects the notion of beauty, image and identity. Directed by Natalie Simone; designed by Vyshnavi Krishnan.
From notable screenwriter Morgan (The Iron Lady; Suffragette) comes an emotionally charged love story. Directed by Monica Silkenas; designed by Yifan Zhang.
A moving and funny story of self-discovery, class and social mobility, following the lives of teenage protagonists Suzie, Edwina and Lucy as they move from a council estate to an affluent, suburban town. Directed by Roisin McCay-Hines; designed by Jasmine Thompson. Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Summer Festival 2023 runs from May 25-June 17 at 6pm ...
4 mag 2023 · Job. Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is seeking to appoint three part-time Receptionists to join its administration team and support the effective day-to-day running of the school. With supervision from the Admissions Manager, the role holders will undertake a wide-range of administrative duties, provide a friendly welcome to visitors ...
- Bristol, England
- May 04, 2023
10 mag 2023 · Bristol Old Vic is looking for a Trainee Producer in partnership with Stage One. We're looking for a personable and proactive individual to join our team on a full-time, 12 month fixed term contract. This is an opportunity for a committed aspiring producer to gain experience and offer insight into a busy and ambitious theatre.