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Sabrina Shirazi

Sabrina Shirazi is an artist and designer who produces visual art and textiles inspired by colour, unconventional behaviour and play.

Are you Deaf or hard of hearing? Would you like to explore new ways of ‘feeling’ sound with flavour, colour and texture? How about co-designing a bone conducting gobstopper?

Studio resident artist Sabrina Shirazi is interested in exploring alternative approaches to experiencing sound and would love to invite Deaf and Hard of Hearing participants to take part in a free creative workshop (we will have two BSL interpreters present throughout).

During the evening (which will last from 18:30 - 20:30) we will explore how you can ‘digest’ sound. You will be feeling vibrations, savouring delicious food, crafting objects and testing Sabrina’s bone conducting gobstoppers. If you don't know what a bone conducting gobstopper is, now is your chance to find out!

To attend please book your free ticket online - there are limited spaces so book in advance to ensure your place on this tasty workshop! Please meet in the upstairs foyer, where Sabrina will be there to guide you to the Studio (which is just beyond the Café/Bar).

If you have any food allergies or would like to talk to us about your access requirements please email

Supported by Unlimited Impact; supporting artists and venues to celebrate the work of disabled artists, funded by Spirit of 2012

Book online and collect at our Box Office or call 0117 927 5100

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Upcoming Events

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Lunchtime Talk

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Fri 14 Aug 13:00-14:00

Studio resident Claire Morwood & Chella Ramanan of 3-Fold Games will be introducing their recently released video game, Before I Forget - a short narrative exploration about a woman suffering from early-onset dementia.

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Lunchtime Talk

Breaking theatre is more fun than making theatre

Fri 21 Aug 13:00-14:00

In this talk, studio resident and theatre director Tanuja Amarasuriya discusses her approach of making theatre by not doing it “properly” and the idea that how we tell our stories is as important as which stories we tell.

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Lunchtime Talk

Far from Paradise - Radically Re-imagining Social VR

Fri 28 Aug 13:00-14:00

Resident Tessa examines the exclusionary repercussions of designing Virtual Reality for a uniform ‘ideal user’, & explores the potential of social VR to generate new visions of public life, community & connectedness.

Past Events

If you are interested in previous events at the Studio, take a look at our events archive.