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Bristol Improv Theatre seeks new Trustees

9th September 2019

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The UK’s first permanently established institution, dedicated to improvised theatre work, the Bristol Improv Theatre, is seeking experienced trustees to join its members board and help guide the next stage of the organisation’s development.

The theatre, known locally as The BIT,  was established in 2012 with a mission to promote ‘spontaneous, collaborative and creative’ performance art. The BIT took on a permanent venue - a 115 seat refurbished theatre in the city’s Clifton suburb - in 2017.

The theatre’s founders and current board members, Caitlin Cambell, Andrew Yeoh & Stephen Clements said: “For nearly three years, we have watched proudly as the BIT has grown into its new home and welcomed artists and audiences from around the world through its doors.  We are delighted that the theatre, which began as an informal collective of artists and theatre makers working out of borrowed space, is now maturing into a popular and well-regarded venue and a valuable part of Bristol’s cultural scene.”

“As we enter the next phase of the theatre’s life, we now want to open governance of the BIT to experienced individuals who want to volunteer their time and skills towards shaping this exciting and much-loved organisation and those who feel they can help guide it through the challenges of the future.”

The theatre welcomes applications from individuals from any with experience in organisational governance, business or the arts, from anywhere in the UK, who are able to volunteer for a minimum of twelve months.

Interested individuals are asked to please contact for further information.

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