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'KickStart' your community project

Find out more about the support Trinity can offer

Bristol Dance Futures Producer

Passionate and knowledgeable about dance in Bristol - then apply for this new role

Let Us Dance

Young Dancers take over Arnolfini this Autumn

Community Family Day

Check out the photo highlights

New 'Digs' at Trinity

Find out more about works to provide more community meeting and office space

The Summer Sessions were a blast.

Highlights from this years Making Tracks summer sessions

Garden update, Summer 2019

Take a look at what's on in our community garden

Trinity at Harbour Festival

Trinity curated the Bristol Dances Stage @Harbour Festival 2019

Making Tracks at Harbour Festival

Young people performing live at Bristol's Harbour Festival 2019

Volunteer Gardener

We are seeking a keen volunteer gardener to join the team
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Garden Party 2019

Check out the highlights of Garden Party 2019 - in film & pictures

Caring at Christmas

Thank you to everyone who helped out this year

Making Tracks showcase

Making Tracks performances at our Annual Festival of Light

Garden Party - Helping to fix up Trinity

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

Greening up Trinity

We are introducing 'green cups' at Trinity

Garden Party 2018

Find out about the line up, workshops and more for this years Garden Party

Mayfest 2018 comes to Trinity

This year's festival celebrates 15 years of the unexpected: 10th - 20th May

IGNiTE spring season launches

Find out about what's on in this season of our in house theatre and dance programme IGNiTE

Community Cast Call Out

TrashDollys are looking for a community cast for their performance

Trinity achieves Attitude is Everything Bronze Award

Trinity has been working with Attitude is Everything to implement their grassroots venue charter
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

'KickStart' your community project

Find out more about the support Trinity can offer

Let Us Dance

Young Dancers take over Arnolfini this Autumn

Community Family Day

Check out the photo highlights

New 'Digs' at Trinity

Find out more about works to provide more community meeting and office space

The Summer Sessions were a blast.

Highlights from this years Making Tracks summer sessions

Garden update, Summer 2019

Take a look at what's on in our community garden

Trinity at Harbour Festival

Trinity curated the Bristol Dances Stage @Harbour Festival 2019

Making Tracks at Harbour Festival

Young people performing live at Bristol's Harbour Festival 2019

Don't Miss These Making Tracks Performances

Catch young people from our music making project across Bristol this summer

Benjamin Zephaniah Q&A

Poet, writer, musician, actor met young people from Making Tracks
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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

Investigation reveals further costs to Trinity’s conservation

As experts reveal further cost estimation to damaged stonework, we need your help

Bristol City Council’s Cultural Investment Funding

Trinity awarded four years of funding to deliver activities

Utopian futures imagined by IGNiTE residents

Installation from Trinity residents Back in 5 Minutes squad and Art in Motion

Trinity Centre awarded National Lottery funding

Heritage Lottery Fund pledge £362,800 towards Capital Repairs project