Trinity Centre Events
Live music gigs, theatre performances and community events at the Trinity Centre
Whether you're looking to host a gig, community event, wedding, conference, meeting or workshop, Trinity is the ideal venue - modern facilities in an historic setting, located in the heart of Bristol
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The Trinity Centre - Home of The Bristol Sound since 1979
Trinity is a legendary live music venue at the heart of the Bristol music scene for over four decades. Recent gigs have included The Gorillaz, The Hurts and Magnetic Man.
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Trinity Community Arts began as a community association formed to open and manage the Trinity Centre, in Easton Bristol. The company is now a charity and continues to manage this unique venue and community hub
The Trinity Centre is an iconic space providing a unique setting for a multitude of events and activities. A converted Georgian church with a large garden, the Centre is a true part of Bristolian culture providing a mixture of community arts activities and independent live music.
Trinity Community Arts provide innovative projects within a historical setting and have a long tradition of crossing social and cultural divides. We provide a range of arts activities for all ages, using positive expression as vehicle to teach new skills and promote community cohesion.
Trinity Community Arts (TCA) is a registered charity (no.1144770) and Limited Company (no.4372577) and is VAT registered (no.123388420) Trinity Community Enterprises (TCE) is a Limited Company (no.7848421) and is a wholly owned subsidiary trading on behalf of TCA and is VAT registered (no.123388420).
- to promote, maintain, and advance education through the presentation of creative and performing arts
- to advance the education of people of all ages in the creative and performing arts, information technology and life skills
- to preserve, protect and improve for the public benefit the Trinity Centre, formerly the Holy Trinity Church, and promote the heritage of this building
- to provide or assist in the provision of facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation or other leisure time occupation of individuals who have need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age infirmity or disability, financial hardship or social circumstances with the object of improving their conditions of life
- to promote racial harmony by promoting equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different racial and cultural identities and by encouraging the use of the Trinity Centre or other Trinity Arts Centre facilities for multicultural activities.