Bridge Arts & Culture
Our mission is to ensure that theatre is accessible for all and to bridge the gap between the Arts and Culture.
The company has four strands:
As seen on the BBC!
BBC News have filmed a feature on our Audio Description service on their website.
Not only that, they interviewed Amanda Wright (Director, Bridge Arts & Culture) about audio description LIVE on air on 27 December 2012!
Click here to listen to the interview!
Summer School 2013
29 July - 2 August 2013
Click here to find out more
Our First Editorial!
Did you see our editorial in September 2012 edition of
Families Upon Thames Magazine?
If you missed it, you can read it here
Storytelling at the V&A
Bridge Arts & Culture collaborated with the V&A as part of 'Spotlight on Africa and the Diaspora' visitor guide launch.
Click here to listen to an extract of the story we created for them...
Find out what our clients think of our courses...
Due to popular demand, our storytelling adventures are now available to book for children's parties!
Are you planning a child's birthday party? Do you want something that's going to capture their imaginations? Our interactive workshops are what you are looking for! Click here to find out how we can bring your child's favourite story to life!
Welcome to Bridge Arts & Culture an innovative company that aims to make the Arts accessible to all.
By combining a wealth of talents, Bridge Arts & Culture deliver weekly classes, workshops, courses and an audio description service all of which are designed to educate, inspire and engage the community with the Arts.
This is an exciting time for this cutting-edge company and we look forward to what the future has in store.
"I had so much fun during the session, it's hard to pick my favourite bit! It was all my favourite!"
Year 9 student,
Black History Month Workshop, 2010