The founding ASLS project opened in Ladbroke Grove, London providing community and events space and played host to a broad spectrum of activities from kids parties and OAP days to art exhibitions and music events.
The Audi Garage
This multi-level car garages complex became a multi arts venue and housed the epic Invisible Circus site specific promenade performance ‘The Road To Nowhere’.
Nine Tree Hill
Hailed as Bristol’s new cultural quarter ‘Stokes Croft’, the Nine Tree Studios was an exhibition, studio and admin base which became a forerunner of what was to come…
Horfield Police Station
The site housed a number of studio spaces as well as communal training rooms, office spaces and roof garden.
Seven months of regeneration work transformed this derelict shell into a fully equipped arts venue.
A self-funded multi-use arts facility and creation centre based in the old Bridewell police station.
Home to a huge variety of artists, illustrators, puppeteers, set-designers, musicians, painters, theatre performers and community interest companies.
The Loco Club
An exciting underground Arts venue beneath the passenger shed in Temple Meads is a creative collaboration between The Invisible Circus and Artspace Lifespace.
Jacob Wells Baths
This welcoming and open space provided a range of exhibitions, dance workshops and performances, art workshops, small to medium scale theatre shows and community events.
SPACE was a bright, light white wall gallery and event space suitable for workshops, rehearsals and small community gatherings.
Two former entrances located at either end of the city hall opened up to showcase Bristol talent and give cultural and community groups unique environments to display their work.
An inclusive multi-use arts venue facilitating art, theatre, performance and community activities.
Futur Ville launched
Futur Ville was a two-day summit exploring the complex relationship between artists, creative communities, urban regeneration and cultural policies.