COVID-19 Update – In light of the current health crisis, the Stokes Croft China Shop is temporarily closed, though the online shop will continue running as long as the post office does.

All PRSC events are also postponed until further notice, however we will be running our Street Survival sessions as long as we are able and allowed, as the homeless still need support during this time (here’s how you can help).

We fund our entire operation through the china shop and our event space – by ordering from our online shop or donating you can help to ensure our future existence. We appreciate all your patience and support in this difficult time.



Links to community resources and help during lockdown and isolation

We promote art in the community

PRSC curate an outdoor gallery in Stokes Croft, with our own wall on Jamaica Street attracting local and international artistic talent.

We improve and bring life to our urban environment

We make radical fine bone china

Our artists make experimentally decorated china right here in Stokes Croft, using new and salvaged ceramic transfers.

We campaign for local issues

Since 2007, the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft – PRSC – has worked tirelessly to promote civil liberty with a particular focus on public space. Sweeping, painting and speaking out are part of their resistance to zealous overregulation of independent initiative. Their lead has arguably encouraged others to do the same and, as a result, Stokes Croft remains a hub of confident and creative dissent.

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Stokes Croft China Still Available Online

In the name of public health PRSC closed the china shop, china decorating workshop, and our event Space before government policies required it. For now however, we are still able to fulfil online orders for the china shop without risking the safety of our staff or the...

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Gentrification Watch

Our neighbourhood is resounding with the cacophony of diggers, hammers, shouting and building site radios these days. But what is being built? And who is this new neighbourhood for? Stop by any of the construction sites on Wilder Street and ask “Hey, what you guys...

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