at Creative Common, Isambard Walk, Temple Quay (behind Temple Meads Railway Station), Bristol , BS1 6DG United Kingdom
Creative Common - Home to Yurt Lush (cafe/bar) and The Goods Yard (bar), two venues who combine to host outdoor music events through the year.
The area now known locally as 'Creative Common' is the current home of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion's 'Yurt Lush' cafe and The Goods Yard's shipping container bar and venue. Formerly a derelict piece of land behind Bristol Temple Meads train station was completely transformed from wasteland to ‘Creative Common’ in 2013 following a unique collaboration between The Invisible Circus and Bristol City Council with support from Arts Council England. Creative Common 2013, attracted thousands of visitors in it's year of circus creating 58 full time jobs in the arts and featuring 250 individual artists and performers. The 2013 season, directed by Esther O’Callaghan OBE (formerly Manchester International Festival) launched on 7 June with NoFit State Circus’ spellbinding show ‘Bianco’ in their iconic silver spaceship big top. For many of the talented NoFit State performers, who trained at Bristol’s centre for physical theatre and circus, Circomedia, it was a homecoming to remember, as the city welcomed the company back after a twenty-two year hiatus. From 7 June 2013 onwards, in inimitable Bristol style, Creative Common offer a nine month artist-led, cultural programme merging site specific, immersive circus and physical theatre, compelling independent cinema, interactive public art and exhibitions, thought provoking debates and award winning local food, drink and live music from Bristol. The programme featured something for everyone, from culture vultures to families, Bristolians themselves and visitors to the city alike. The area is now referred to as Creative Commonhosting gigs and events throughout the year which are run by Eat Drink Bristol Fashion (Yurt Lush) and The Good Yard in cooperation.
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Creative Common Bristol is Bristol based place and this enity listed in Art Gallery category. Located at Creative Common, Isambard Walk, Temple Quay (behind Temple Meads Railway Station) BS1 6DG.