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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

Join Trinity as a Trustee

Trinity are reaching out for new Trustees to join the existing Board on the next phase of our journey

#GetInvolved on International Women's Day

Celebrate and take part in a month-long programme of events and activities

Trinity in lockdown by Save Bristol Nightlife

Bristol-based band record socially distanced video in Trinity and other independent venues

Weddings at Trinity in 2021

The perfect venue for weddings in a covid-secure venue at the heart of Old Market

New work for young audiences in development

Spilt Ink Theatre Company awarded Trinity Commission

At arms length and in arms reach

Politics can be intrinsic to, whilst also remaining separate from, the work of charities

In focus: Deborah Baddoo MBE

Find out more about Moving Bristol’s Producer Deborah

Update from the #Resist Team

We touch base with the #Resist Team to find out what's been going on behind the scenes with Trinity's heritage project
event-news

New Year's Eve line up revealed!

Plus a look highlights for the next week and new announcements

Chrissie Hynde to perform live at Trinity this Winter

Round up of events for October as well as new announcements up to December

Exhibitions and events this Autumn

We are only 9 days in October and already we've had four packed out gigs, a Hula Hoop Convention, an Artist Residency plus our usual classes and activities. Much more coming up, too!
reviews

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
project-news

IGNiTE Support In-kind

Trinity launches its new support in-kind offer for local artists and artist companies

New Equipment for Making Tracks

Bristol's Noods Radio raised funds for the life-changing project

Playing and Exploring in the Garden

Welcoming people back to our garden, one family 'bubble' at a time

Commission for Disabled Artists Announced

Neurodivergent artist, Tink Flaherty wins with Bed Blocker project

Dance Connect call out

Apply now for a funded residency as part of Bristol Dance Futures' Moving Bristol Project

Jamell's story

With the DWP's announcement of their new Kickstart Scheme, we catch up with our Venue Manager, Jamell, who started at Trinity on a similar scheme back in 2010

Diversifying the workforce, one job at a time

With the DWP's announcement of their Kickstart Scheme, Trinity explores what such jobs might mean for the Creative industries

Art of Resistance launch

Two-year project funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund about art and activism in Bristol

Making Tracks launch new podcast series

Leading musicians to feature on new podcast created by young people on life changing music making programme

Day Of Dance

Celebrate dance with a Vogue Workshop and one-off performances from amazing dance companies
our-news

Trinity receives Culture Recovery funding

Trinity has been granted funding from the Cultural Recovery Fund

Join Trinity as a Trustee

Trinity are reaching out for new Trustees to join the existing Board on the next phase of our journey

Events at Trinity During Restrictions

Find out more about Tiers and events at Trinity

Diversifying the workforce, one job at a time

With the DWP's announcement of their Kickstart Scheme, Trinity explores what such jobs might mean for the Creative industries

Garden Party - Helping to fix up Trinity

This year we raised an amazing £2800 at Garden Party 2018

Facing a closed door

In response to Arts Council England restrictions on funding for capital works

Greening up Trinity

We are introducing 'green cups' at Trinity

Trinity Presents: pushing new ideas in music

Find out what is coming up from our in house music programme this year

One step closer to protecting future

Historic England backs our campaign to raise the much needed funds to secure our future

A catch up with our construction intern

Trinity volunteer Lowie caught up with construction intern Davontay