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Open call for Trinity Commission

New opportunity for Artists/collectives working in any art-form

First Light Studio Launch

Free to use studio is supported by Batu and Dr. Martens

Kickstart scheme roles

4 x placements, 25 hours per week, 6 month contract, paid at Real Living Wage (£9.50ph), applicants must be aged 16-24 years old, claiming Universal Credit

In Focus: Gh0$t

How taking part in Making Tracks has helped Gh0$t take his next steps

Code of Conduct

Trinity's code of conduct applies to everyone using the Centre

Garden project volunteer

Help out in our community garden

100 beacons

Levelling up Bristol’s community assets

Snapshots of Live Resistance

Online gallery exploring ways in which women have used creativity to amplify messages

Trinity receives Culture Recovery funding

Trinity has been granted funding from the Cultural Recovery Fund

Event Restrictions 2021

Information about COVID-Secure events and activities at the Trinity Centre
event-news

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
reviews

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
project-news

Open call for Trinity Commission

New opportunity for Artists/collectives working in any art-form

In Focus: Gh0$t

How taking part in Making Tracks has helped Gh0$t take his next steps

Snapshots of Live Resistance

Online gallery exploring ways in which women have used creativity to amplify messages

Spring 2021 in the Garden

Find out more about activity in the Garden

Take Part in What I Want To Be

View the online schedule for activities running 25 Mar - 04 Apr

Bristol Poem

A poem written by children and young people from schools all over Bristol about the city they live in, 2012

A city of protest

Curator and historian Dr Edson Burton speaks to the BBC about the history of protest in Bristol

What I Want To Be, What I Want to See

Trinity is thinking about the future, and we want to start by hearing from the people that matter - you

New work for young audiences in development

Spilt Ink Theatre Company awarded Trinity Commission

In focus: Deborah Baddoo MBE

Find out more about Moving Bristol’s Producer Deborah
our-news

Investigation reveals further costs to Trinity’s conservation

As experts reveal further cost estimation to damaged stonework, we need your help

Bristol City Council’s Cultural Investment Funding

Trinity awarded four years of funding to deliver activities

Utopian futures imagined by IGNiTE residents

Installation from Trinity residents Back in 5 Minutes squad and Art in Motion

Trinity Centre awarded National Lottery funding

Heritage Lottery Fund pledge £362,800 towards Capital Repairs project

Trinity Repairs Appeal

2016 has been another eventful year - now we're asking our centre users to help us repair Trinity in 2017

You said, we did!

Your feedback matters to us and we're working hard to maintain high standards in everything we do.

Stewy DJ Derek mural

Trinity welcomes support from DJ Derek's memorial find with artwork by Bristol Artist 'Stewy'

Review: A marvellous evening with Miriam Margolyes

National treasure Miriam Margolyes - our charity Patron since 2014 - kindly agreed to support our fundraising effort by contributing her time, spirit and humour for one night only, December 2015

Get married at Trinity

The Trinity Centre - Licensed for Civil Marriages & Civil Partnerships

Policies Summary

A summary of Trinity's policies