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Cultural democracy project

Take a part will be working with local schools to create a public art exhibition

Spring shows

New season of theatre and dance creates a picture of life in modern Britain

#67millionvoices

Arts organisations call to keep Culture at ‘arm's length’

The space between us: saving our beacons

Trinity's 100 Beacons report shines a light on some of Bristol's much-loved Community buildings

Creating 'Home' with Spilt Ink

Spilt Ink Theatre created a new piece of work for children through a Trinity commission

Thank you for supporting us this year

A round-up of how your support has helped us adapt our programme

Putting Newtown on the map

Grassroots organisation Newtown Network is using creativity to empower local residents

Team Trinity feature in Real Living Wage film

Bristol City Council shines a spotlight on Trinity as a Living Wage Employer

Bird Bath sculpture installed in Trinity garden

Amelia Bax’s legacy gift leaves a lasting memory

The Wish List

New community arts project in collaboration with Newtown Network
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Community Cast Call Out

TrashDollys are looking for a community cast for their performance

Trinity achieves Attitude is Everything Bronze Award

Trinity has been working with Attitude is Everything to implement their grassroots venue charter

Full Bloom Festival is go

A brand new festival of dance for and by older people is coming to Trinity this January

Mark Lanegan Review

Mark Lanegan, Trinity Centre, Bristol, 27/11/17

WHO AM I: new dance project comes to Trinity

Say your story through dance with H.Y.P.E’s new dance project WHO AM I?

Circus City comes to Trinity

This October sees the return of Circus City in Bristol bringing three great shows to Trinity

Local independents show their support for Trinity

Local business' will be stocking our merch to help us raise much needed funds

Lush: two nights of outdoor cinema featuring Moonlight & In The Mood For Love

Come the Revolution and Trinity Community Arts bring together a weekend of classic films, live music and food

Trinity's Summer programme

Activities for families, children and young people at The Trinity Centre this summer.

Moulettes and Mark Lanegan Band added to autumn gigs

Find out which big names are heading to Trinity over the next few months
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Mark Lanegan Review

Mark Lanegan, Trinity Centre, Bristol, 27/11/17

Peaches

Review of Peaches Live, 2016 by seasoned festival goer, Linner

Interview: Vicki Igbokwe - Uchenna Dance

Interview with Vicki Igbokwe ahead of Autumn 2016 tour

Nine Lives by Zodwan Nyoni

Starring Lladel Bryant at the Trinity Centre

She Called Me Mother, by Michelle Inniss

Starring Cathy Tyson at the Trinity Centre October 2015

Stand, by Chris Goode

Performed at Trinity as part of Mayfest, 2015

Dance Marathon

Performed as part of Mayfest, 2015

Misfits' Rhythm of the Night

A club night for adults with learning difficulties and their families and friends

SWhoop

Annual South West hooping convention

Damon Albarn

Damon Albarn performing at Trinity with the Heavy Seas
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Join the team

Get involved and be part of an exciting period of growth a Trinity

Space for platforming emerging talent opens

Pop-up outdoor venue launches with a programme of summer activities

Vacancy: Youth Services Manager

We are looking for a Youth Services Manager to join our team

Funding for community buildings

Bristol City Council announces the Community Resilience Fund following Trinity's report

Vacancy: Duty Manager

We are looking for a Duty Manager to join our team

‘We’re Right Here’

National Community organisations call for a ‘Community Power Act’

Pledge to Stokes Croft Land Trust

Trinity has pledged £1,000 to become a shareholder in the Stokes Croft Land Trust, home to the PRSC

Help us win Spirit of the Scene Award

Public votes needed for Music Week's Grassroots Venue Award

Team Trinity feature in Real Living Wage film

Bristol City Council shines a spotlight on Trinity as a Living Wage Employer

Trinity receives Cultural Recovery funding

Support means Trinity continues to #behereforcultuture