by sarahb last modified 11:50 01/03/2018
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Starts 19:00 to 21:00


Trinity Centre


Free, but booking required




Edson Burton


0117 935 1200




Book Tickets

Resurrection Man

Evening talk by Architect Tim Ronalds, presented as part of Heart & Soul project

Transformation & Resurrection

Architect Tim Ronalds brings a unique perspective on transforming some of the Britain's most iconic buildings. His work includes the significant transformations and resurrections of buildings into cultural venues, like Wiltons Music Hall, The Hackney Empire and Jackson's Lane

Reserve your place by following the ticket link or phoning 0117 935 1200.

About Tim

Tim Ronalds is founding Director of Tim Ronalds Architects, a practice best known for its arts, education and public projects. Award-winning projects include The Landmark, Ilfracombe, Hackney Empire, Watford Music Centre, Sevenoaks School Performing Arts Centre, Colyer-Fergusson Music Building for the University of Kent, Ironmonger Row Baths and Wilton’s Music Hall.

Tim studied architecture in Cambridge and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked with Howell, Killick, Partridge &Amis (architects of several notable theatres and University buildings) prior to establishing Tim Ronalds Architects in 1982. He taught at the AA for many years, and at Harvard Graduate School of Design. He was a member of CABE’s National Design Review Panel and now sits on the Design Review Panels for the London Boroughs of Islington and Hackney and the South-East Region.

About the project

Heart & Soul: celebrating major life events at Trinity Bristol. Throughout 2018 there will workshops, talks and heritage activities for all ages. The project runs along side our most recent capital works and has been made possible with the help of these funders .

You can find out more about the project, including how to get involved and how to contribute archive material here.

Help us secure Trinity's past, present and future


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