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Coming up...


Old Market (REMIXED)

7:30pm / Fri 10th Dec 2021 / Trinity Centre, Bristol


A new show by Tom Marshman with stories from the 'wrong' side of town.


Old Market (REMIXED) uncovers the hidden histories of communities in Old Market shining a light on the 1990’s to present day. Tom uncovers memories of a lawless place, the proclaimed gay village and the home of gentrification; an area that has undergone radical change since its day as Bristol’s ‘golden Mile’.

This show will be BSL interpreted.

Supported by Bristol City Council through the Originators Fund.

Tickets here:



Queer National Treasures


From January to October 2021, Tom has been making work as part of his ambitious ‘Queer National Treasures’ project, funded by Arts Council England. The aim of the project was to present and re-present British queer national treasures, allowing LGBTQ+ people to see themselves reflected in our national story. This involved R&D and performances of 3 new pieces of work: ShakesQueer, Jenny, and A Shining Intimacy. 

Tom has recorded a creative evaluation if this project that you can listen to here. The podcast was recorded and edited by Bernie Hodges. 


Tom is now looking for venues to tour A Shining Intimacy in Spring 2022, and partners for upcoming archive history workshops and performances of Jenny. He is also reviving his show based on the life and work of theatre designer Oliver Messel, titled ‘I Went to a Marvellous Party.’ For more information about each of these projects, please see the projects page. If you would like to partner with Tom on  a show, or would like more information, get in touch:

Photo:  Andre Pattenden

Outfit: @Mishi.May