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Two gunfingers: the raw emotion of the rave
Libby Smith @myfavouritedays captures the raw emotion of the Bristol rave  through photography
This isn’t for you it is for them
Photographer Anna Cunningham shares work from her latest and ongoing project. The work is a personal exploration around not conforming, and expresses frustration, reassurance and comfort.
Theatre Review: Wuthering Heights
The third play under the Wise Children theatre company demonstrates the company’s excellence – but how successful is the transition to stage for this revered gothic literary work?
Know yourself, know your strength
Project ZAZI is a space for young black people and people of colour to explore themes like identity and culture, and how these play out in life, especially around wellbeing.
Mya-Rose Craig’s call to arms for climate justice
Mya-Rose Craig aka Birdgirl explains how her new book highlights the voices of indigenous people and people of colour in the run up to COP26
Creativity is born of boredom and nurtured by restriction
This is the story of De Anima: a new creative media platform for fellow artists to perform and pontificate while beginning the process of gathering a community and audience.
Shiiku Fest
Shiiku Collective bring the vibes this weekend in the form of a mini festival bursting with creativity at Propyard, Feeder Road
Freestyle Finds October Playlist out now
Introducing Freestyle Finds: a monthly Spotify playlist brought to you by the Sounds team at the heart of Freestyle Bristol HQ.
Shoot your Show
Do you have an exciting story to tell that would work great on screen? This is your chance to create a film or series with Wildseed Studios
Bring The Noise
Little Simz drops her best work to date with her new album Sometimes I Might Be Introvert – Chris Knight gives us his verdict.
Everyday People
Sometimes you have to follow your dreams. Jess Blackwell rediscovered her mojo for writing when she started blogging. She tells us how this small action helped spark a community of …
Freestyle Bristol makes headlines!
We are so excited to be featured in both The BBC and The Bristol Cable this month.
In Conversation with Bristol’s Newest, and Youngest, Councillors
Bristol houses a progressive council, with both the Greenest – and youngest – politicians residing here. We interviewed some newer faces to local politics, asking them about their post-vote plans …
Acting out: subverting society’s expectations through performance
Theatre-maker Millie shares thoughts on her recent one-woman play There Was A Little Girl and award winning audio piece I Want To Be Good, commissioned by the BBC.
Nine by Sault: Album Review
"Just when I thought Sault couldn’t get any better they dropped a new one – Nine. Again, a hard-hitting but thought provoking narrative, this time the focus is London Gangs."
Why this UWE academic became a Director of Freestyle Bristol
Dr Ellen Hughes is a lecturer at UWE Bristol Business School, and now a proud Director of Freestyle Bristol.
4k.phtgrphy
Photographer Omar Powell of 4k.phtgrphy shares the vibrant art that can be found decorating the streets of Bristol, if you know where to look…
Train with Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers have announced their courses starting September 2022 for young people aged 16-19
Sports Coach Apprenticeships
Coach Core graduates share their experience of this innovative and engaging sports coaching apprenticeship.
Street art exhibition at M Shed
Vanguard: Bristol Street Art: The Evolution of a Global Movement
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