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The Station is Bristol's Central Youth Hub. We are open to all young people and offer a place to relax, get advice and support, and explore your interests and talents.

The Station is a supportive and creative environment where you can express yourself freely. And for any problem, no matter how big or small, we're here to help.

Some of the top youth organisations in the South West are here under the same roof, giving you a wide choice of services and things to do. 

The Station is open Mon-Fri from 9am - 9pm and Sat from 9am-5pm.

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Telephone: 0117 947 7948
Email: [email protected]

The Station is operating in accordance with government guidance to prevent the spread of Covid-19.


Circus City is England’s only festival dedicated to contemporary circus and we are proudly European. Internationalism is inherent to the circus world: in the travelling circus and in the lives that our artists live. The festival celebrates this cultural co-operation and creative sharing.

Period drama, by Olga Kaleta

2nd Oct & 3rd Oct 

14:00 & 16:30 

Duration: 1 hour

Price: £10/£8

Age: 16+ Frank discussion of sexuality and mental health,  strong language

World Premiere

Olga is waiting to transform into a real person. Levels of achievement depend on the day but she’s yet to get on the property ladder, complete a phd, write a novel or fix the toilet seat. Still, most days she’s just relieved she hasn’t died as a result of a horrific and unprecedented coincidence. Or fallen out of the sky.

Period Drama is an outdoor show about the rollercoaster of going nowhere. Combining autobiography, anxiety disorder, aerial rope and physical comedy, this absurd, beautiful and honest show challenges ideas of who we are and what we are meant to become.

A British Sign Language integrated performance, with interpretation by Sherrie Eugene-Hart.

Period Drama is a Handstand Arts commission for Circus City’s Respond Programme and has been created with support from Arts Council England and those who play the national lottery.



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