It’s super tough out there for Bristol arts and cultural organisations right now. And with talk of another national lockdown, it could soon get even tougher.
But in some positive news, we spotted that the latest round of grants through the Cultural Recovery Fund has been announced today and it’s great to see that 15 Bristol organisations have been allocated cash.
The list shows just how diverse the Bristol arts and culture scene is. It also highlights a few groups we didn’t know about which we will be sure to check out when performances resume.
Stay up-to-date on the latest events and openings in our Bristol guide.
Bristol Cultural Recovery Fund grants:
- Bakehouse Factory: £145,000
- Bristol Improv Theatre: £70,688
- Bristol Museums: £270,700
- Bristol Pride: £50,273
- Desperate Men: £56,200
- Gripping Theatre Productions: £119,212
- Lakota: £300,000
- King Sound Reinforcement: £100,000
- Made it Happen: £140,727
- MAYK Theatre: £96,876
- Paraorchestra and Friends: £156,000
- People’s Republic of Stokes Croft: £63,160
- Cosies: £70,136
- SouthBank: £52,191
- Tobacco Factory Theatres: £246,440