Reimagining and redeveloping The Courts Imagine a place where a young person’s background, race, beliefs, gender, physical ability and economic status had nothing to do with how good they could be, what they could achieve. A space where they could fully explore their creative potential, receive support and mentoring, and find meaningful work. That place is the Old Bristol Magistrates Courts (The Courts). An enterprise centre to help young people set up their own creative businesses and develop their opportunities. A place where there are no barriers to their future, where the only things that count are their abilities and talents. Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund and Bristol City Council we are developing detailed business and architectural plans to reimagine and redevelop this historic city landmark as a place that will complement Bristol’s renowned and growing creative industries sector. To get involved and keep up to date with our progress, sign up to our newsletter. About us Blog Rights to Move | Shadowing Opportunities and Focus Group Rights to Move Want to be part of an inspiring team of young people 16-25, bringing to life a new performance about YOUR rights? Rights to Move is your creative response to social justice and civil rights movements: past, current and future. Work with professionals to create a new performance and be part of the wider Journey to Justice programme in Bristol. The performance will be at The Station, Bristol, from the 4th - 7th July. Shadow roles We are looking for keen young volunteers to join our Rights to Move team! No experience is required, but an interest in being involved in a creative production and an enthusiasm to get involved are vital. Roles available: Assistant Stage Manager Assistant Produce Assistant Choreographer Assistant Designer Assistant Technicians We’re looking for people aged 16 – 25 years old that are available throughout June and July for rehearsals and the show*. If interested please send a covering letter explaining why you’d like to be involved and a CV to [email protected] by Friday 19th May. Each role will provide you with a fun experience to shadow professionals and work on the show whilst gaining skills and developing your CV. If you’d like more information about any of the roles or opportunities contact [email protected] or call 0117 974 7948 and chose the option ‘The Station’. Focus group Want to have a say in what the show is about? We have a research and development day planned ahead and we want to hear from as many young people as possible. So if you're 16-25 and passionate about social justice, come along to The Station on 17th May from 10am.