Watershed and the Pervasive Media Studio occupy the first floor of a historic Grade II listed building at the entranceway to Bristol's Harbourside.
We are a welcoming, accessible destination for cultural, creative, social and business visitors. Our home is many things to many people, a meeting place of preference for the creative community and a place to come and socialise for the whole community.
Watershed is delighted to announce that we are now accredited as a Living Wage Employer, joining a growing list of employers in Bristol striving to drive change and reduce in-work poverty.
Clare Reddington, Watershed's CEO shares our new values created with our communities.
Today we are celebrating Watershed's 40th birthday - four decades of bringing people together on Bristol's harbourside.
Watershed's Pervasive Media Studio is 14 on 14 Feb. In this article, Executive Producer Jo Lansdowne takes a look back at what has changed since 2008, how the Studio works, and what we're thinking about for the future.
We are FOR equality and ANTI-racist. The global events of the last few weeks, the injustices faced by Black people in the UK and the clear demands for change in Bristol on the weekend of 7 June, speak powerfully to the need to make real commitments.
James Taljaard (General Manager) and Helen Round (Food and Beverage Manager) talk about the ethos of our Café & Bar and our approach to food and drink...
We design our programmes to have local, national and global impact
Watershed runs a thriving Event, Conference and Room Hire business with all income generated going to support our programme of cultural cinema, art & technology and work with young people.