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Plant the Seed of Green Future

Green-fingered people can swap tips and take part in workshops at the annual Bristol Seed Swap

Go Cuckoo & Fall Down

Ratupadraynpipe Productions bring One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest to the Trinity Centre in Old Market for three nights in January 2008.

2007 round-up

2007 activities round-up by chair Matthew Hewitt

Trinity gets a lift - as in elevator

Trinity has just finished the installation of a new lift at the centre. This will widen access to our facilities, and save us from walking up and down the stairs.

Festival Fundraiser

17 November 2007 - Big Green Ball benefit gig at the Trinity Centre to ensure the future of the Big Green Gathering.

All the fun of the Fireworks

4 November 2007 - families enjoyed Trinity Community Arts' free annual firework event with Bristol talents the Ambling Band and Glitzy Bag Hags providing a quirky musical backdrop to the firework display.

NBPA Conference

25 October 2007 - The National Black Police Association walked from on a march of solidarity, from Warwick Road down Stapleton Road reconvening at the Trinity Centre, where they remembered all the ethnic minority officers who have died on duty.

New Bristol Music Festival

Following the demise of the Ashton Court Festival, a new group was set up and held a public forum at the Trinity Centre 23 October 2007, to plan a new festival in 2008.

Trinity Urban Choir

Trinity appeal for local talent to become part of their new choir, September 2007.

Activities for all

How you can make use of the Trinity Centre and take part in our activities
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Garden Party line up announced, Sunday 14 May

We are well excited to be announcing the bands and artists joining us for this years Garden Party

IGNiTE 2017 Resident Artist Call Out

We’re looking for artists and / or companies for our flagship IGNiTE artist residencies.

Peaches

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

IGNiTE launches at Trinity Centre

'IGNiTE melts the brilliant parts of our creative city into a shining new whole.' Dr Edson Burton, Engagement Officer, Ignite

Bristol musicians support Trinity

"If I can help, I'd like to", John Parish and Adrian Utley tell us why they are supporting our Notes for Notes Appeal

Doing Things Differently

City wide festival celebrating diversity in the arts, coming to Trinity 15th - 16th September

Trinity is recruiting

Trinity is recruiting for a freelance Arts Marketing Officer and Producer as part of the Ignite project

Arts Council support for Trinity

We are very pleased to announce that Trinity Community Arts has been successful in securing two new grants from Arts Council England

Two week resiedency of radical thinking and doing comes to Trinity

Brining together performances, art and film, music and spoken word Deborah Withers’ Emergenc(i)es is a feast of ideas and creativity
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Banks

'Powerful sultry vocals over often fervently moody electronica' Bank's kicks off her UK tour here at Trinity

Low

Low, live review 29/04/03

At Tether's End

A true story of a tragic death
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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