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Police Station Redevelopment

Trinity Community Arts Statement re Trinity Road Police Station Redevelopment, Sept 2021

Live Performance Call Out

Submit your work to be part of the Trinity Presents programme

DIY Arts Network

Trinity is a member of The Bristol DIY Arts Network; an independent gathering of arts organisations and arts practitioners, large and small, who deliver cultural programmes within the city of Bristol

Casual Bar Staff

We are looking for new staff to join our events team

Fast Fashion, #Resist Shorts and Environmental Talks

Summer programme of events exploring creative acts of resistance

Open call for Trinity Commission (Closed)

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
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

‘Art Club’ at Hannah More Primary 

We interviewed the children and families who took part in the ‘Art Club’ project

A weekend of resistance

Dr Edson Burton reflects on curating weekend of activity exploring creative and activism

Supporting creative communities 

We reflect on a year of community arts at Trinity 

Connecting the dots

Piloting project in collaboration with Trinity, Bristol Old Vic, Tobacco Factory and The Wardrobe Theatre

In Focus: Rider Shafique

An interview with artist, performer and activist and artist Rider Shafique

In Focus: Cleo Lake

An interview with Bristolian activist and artist Cleo Lake

Climate activist Mikaela Loach headlines Festival

As part of a two-day festival exploring ‘activism and creativity ’

Activism Through the Lens

Reflecting on photography course by leading photographer Khali Ackford

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
our-news

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