Their mission is to empower communities through arts ensuring everyone has the opportunity to access, be part of and shape arts and culture in Bristol. They are based in The Trinity Centre, this much-loved, Grade II* Listed historic landmark is a cultural hub for the city, used by over 60,000 people annually.
Trinity is a renown music venue, with over 40 years of music history and is known as the home of the Bristol Sound. Names such as U2, the Prodigy, Public Enemy, Orbital, Eek a Mouse, Gorillaz, Mark Lenegan, Benjamin Zephania & The Fall have all played a part in Trinity’s music history. An established part of the night culture in Bristol, Trinity also hosts regular sound clashes and club nights as well as monthly Bump Roller Discos.
They believe that great art is achieved through working with the widest range of people possible. This is why they have created the IGNiTE programme, bringing innovative artists whose work is about issues that matter to people now, starting conversations and sparking debate.
Their programming forum - a group of artists, organisers, and local residents with strong links to Trinity help support them with feedback and advise about their season’s shows. This means the IGNiTE programme is relevant to people in and around Trinity, and engages with Trinity’s unique history as a community space and live music venue. Whether its dance, theatre or spoken word, they're interested in work that asks big questions about who they are and how they live. Their IGNiTE programme has welcomed the likes of Liz Aggiss, Uchenna Dance, Cardboard Citizens and Polarbear to The Trinity Centre.
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Tel: +44 (0)117 935 1200
|Open (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|