We produce socially engaged arts projects, community events and wild adventures in the South West of England.

We are currently based in Weston-super-Mare, where we’re supporting a series of projects - each created by an innovative artist and a local community group working together over the course of a year.



A new home for Weston’s creative community.

We have taken over a shop on Weston-super-Mare's High Street. Weston Artspace is a studio, meeting place, workshop venue and hub for sharing skills and ideas. Anyone is welcome to become a member and use the space.

Want to join us? Email hello@terrestrial.org.uk to book in an induction or come along to one of our Social Thursdays.



Create a secret identity, build a disguise, and head out undercover…

Maverick theatre duo Nigel Barrett & Louise Mari have been working with 500 children from across 8 primary schools in Weston to create a mystery adventure. Will our undercover agents save Weston from ‘The Raven’?

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An exploration of personal stories.

Over the course of this year, a group of Worle residents are collaborating with filmmaker Adam Laity and composer Verity Standen to record personal histories, and create a film that offers a unique perspective on the local area.

This project is created in partnership with Big Worle.


‘CREATIVE SESSIONS’ with Addaction

Dance workshops | Creative Writing | Performance

Weekly workshops on Thursday afternoons, open to all but particularly aimed at anyone with experience of addiction/recovery.

Each session will be different, and will be based on what the group is most excited by... writing, dancing, making music, performing. You don't need any experience, and there's no commitment. Delivered in partnership with Addaction.



Weston’s very own ‘alternative’ news agency.

The Guerrilla Media Unit is a group of artists, facilitated by theatre director and BBC radio producer John Norton, gathered together to create original myths using contemporary media. The unit is currently working on a wild documentary, in collaboration with fisherfolk, sea swimmers, local historians and more…