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Quartet to fund new "Respect" project

Trinity is to run a second "Respect" project - bringing young and older people together in a series of arts workshops

Bristol arts groups miss out on funding

A critically-acclaimed Bristol theatre company has got an extra six months of funding from the city council – but then its support will be withdrawn completely

EUL Open Day

Young people turned out in force to take part in Trinity's July open day, in partnership with EUL and City of Bristol College

Creative Innovation

Voscur newsletter, focusing on innovative solutions provided by Bristol's voluntary sector, including what we do here at Trinity, pg 9

SKA FESTIVAL MOVES TO ANTI-RACISM BEAT

An anti-racism music festival later this month will be headlined by ska legends The Beat

Trinity Project on Teachers TV

This film follows students from City Academy participating in a 2-day project with a local artist that brings together young and old from Bristol's diverse communities to create a sculpture at the Trinity Centre

BBC "My Bristol" Project

Photo of the Trinity Centre's Graffiti Room used for part of the BBC's "My Bristol" project

Threat to History of Old Market

Concerned residents and traders turned up at the Trinity Centre, Old Market, to discuss the conservation of one of Bristol's most historic streets.

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.
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Volunteer shout out: The ADP & Trinity Garden Party

Looking for a great team of volunteers for Jimmy Cauty's ADP and our Annual Garden Party

Jimmy Cauty’s ADP Riot Tour 2016

Jimmy Cauty's The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) comes to Bristol

Wild Card Award Open Call for Artist Commission

Seeking bold makers and urgent voices for new opportunity

March events update

Global Playground Fundraiser / The Refugee Crisis / Garden Party Line-up revealed

Mayfest 2016 announced

Mayfest 2016 programme announced with 'The Castle Builder' and 'Can I Start Again Please' at the Trinity Centre

December Events Update

Aadhunik / Twinkle Brothers / Temple Records and NYE

November Events update

Ausform / DEEP Medi X TID / Aadhunik / Twinkle Brothers

Volunteer shout out for Art Weekender

Trinity has joined forces with Lockjaws* for the Bristol Bath Art Weekender and we're seeking Ambassadors and stewards to help out.

Black History Month 2015 at Trinity

As part of Celebrating Black History Month in October we have present excellent solo performances coming up, each telling a very different story of modern life in the UK

Events Update September

EID Night / Devin Townsend / Netsky / Black History Month
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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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‘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

Trinity receives Bristol Life Award

Trinity recognised with award in recognition of Trinity's arts programme