We’re delighted to be collaborating with Watershed on their Winter Residencies programme, and are looking for three artists interested in technology and climate breakdown.
Nuala Honan talks biscuits, live music and what’s making her excited and angry at the moment.
She’s playing as part of our party at Trinity on Thursday 9 May. You can buy tickets here.
The producer of Jabberwocky Market, Caroline Pearce has organised for DAR, Darlington Assistance for Refugees, to be at the end of every showing of Now Is The Time To Say Nothing, offering tea, cakes and a chat about how to help with local refugee support in the area. It is almost the perfect blueprint for how I wanted the show to be held – come see the work, connect to a displaced artist’s story and then find out how to help refugees who are right on your doorstep.
For the last seven weeks, I have been interning at MAYK as part of my Theatre and Performance Studies course with the University of Bristol. From writing tweets and compiling press lists to ushering shows and distributing flyers, the variety of work I’ve done has made my experience extremely valuable. On my first day, I was thrown in at the deep end and logged into MAYK’s social media accounts; I quickly learnt how to maintain a relationship with our followers by retweeting content we hoped would be of interest to them, as well as sharing the details of MAYK’s upcoming work.
We are delighted to announce that Anna Starkey is to become our new Chair, alongside five additional new board members.
It’s been a whomper of a year for us at MAYK. As we all swap emails and spreadsheets for mince pies and mulled wine, we thought it’d be nice to take a look back at the year
Two shows made right here in Bristol and supported by MAYK are heading across the pond in the New Year as part of Vancouver’s PuSh Festival.