19 April 2023 – 20 April 2023
Luke Wright’s The Remains of Logan Dankworth set for two dates in Bristol
A fast-paced and thrilling verse play about intertwined marital and political upheaval, told in blistering verse by one of the UK’s most celebrated poets.
15 March 2023 – 20 May 2023
DEAD CATS tour continues into 2023
The latest instalment in Proto-type’s provocative Truth to Power project takes you into the room where the lies begin.
Runs 75 minutes, no interval.
25 November 2022
Gigi in DC! part 3
Gigi talks about accessibility in DC and how it compares to the UK when it comes to drama training and as a country.
24 November 2022
Hancock in the Jungle: When politicians become celebrities
We've seen politicians enter the 'Jungle' before, but Matt Hancock's participation has everyone riled up, and for good reason.
16 November 2022
COP27: Rishi Sunak boosts global push on ‘clean growth’
The fight against climate change can become “a global mission for new jobs and clean growth,” says Rishi Sunak.
25 October 2022
A guide on the UK's new PM Rishi Sunak
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is set to be Britain’s new prime minister. Here’s what you need to know about him.
28 March 2022
Levelling Up The United Kingdom : “a vision for the future”
A summary of the government’s Levelling Up The United Kingdom initiative and its proposed policies to help young people succeed.
14 February 2022
LGBTQ+ History Month : The path to legal equality in the UK
We take a look at the long and arduous path to legal equality undertaken by the LGBTQ+ community.
30 January 2022
Six lockdown parties attended and counting. Is Boris Johnson’s time running out?
The subject of this blog post is the parties that Boris Johnson attended whilst the rest of the county was in lockdown. It also addresses the pressure on the Prime Minister to resign.
24 January 2022
How ethical is Gucci?
After Gucci came under fire for using a live animal in their newest advertisement campaign we look at how ethical the fashion brand really is.
3 November 2021 – 8 November 2021
Government Youth Policy Dev group is recruiting 16-25
A great opportunity you don't want to miss out on!
24 March 2021
How can we keep women safer when the UK’s nightlife returns?
When pubs, clubs, and bars reopen after lockdown, will our attitudes towards women be any different?
30 August 2020
The Society of Spectacle: Kanye West and Politics in 2020
Great beats, shame about the rest...
30 June 2020
'Grenfell: Burning Justice To The Ground'
An analysis of the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire that seeks to discuss a) who is to blame? b) why has Justice not been served three years on? and c) is Grenfell evidence of the inherent flaws of Capitalism?
27 January 2020
4 Ways to Detect Media Bias and Step Out of the Partisan Bubble
Our overall trust in the media has hit an all-time low, worries about accuracy and bias increase our mistrust while the sheer volume of content can be debilitating when searching for differing yet credible opinions.
10 May 2019
Work Makes You Free by Michael Ross review
An interesting exploration of our strange relationship with work and careers. However, its darker themes are at odds with the lighthearted tone of the play.
22 February 2018
Mia: Daughters of Fortune
Fast moving, raw and eye-opening, Mia explores the truths and myths about learning disability and parenthood in today’s society.
30 October 2016
Dialogues & Debates: Sahar Aziz
Sahar Aziz, Professor of Law at Texas A&M University, speaks about privacy, security, and digital inclusion