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Bristol: Moogmemory – Matthew Bourne + Michael England

March 04, 2016 at Colston Hall in Bristol.

Genre-bending pianist Matthew Bourne joins forces with graphic genius Michael England (Autechre, Demdike Stare) to combine analogue electronics, minimalism and video synthesis. Together they explore the resonant, spacey qualities of iconic audio and video synthesisers. The result is a beautifully atmospheric landscape of sound and image, taking audiences on a journey from Montauk, New York to the Yorkshire Moors.

More info here: http://www.sounduk.net/events/moogmemorymatthewbournemichaelengland/

Sneak preview track here: http://bit.ly/moogmemory

Funded by Arts Council England and PRS For Music Foundation. Produced by Sound UK.

Address: Colston Street, Bristol
Moogmemory - Matthew Bourne + Michael England

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Bristol: UWE Feminist Society: The Danish Girl Cinema Trip

January 13, 2016 at Watershed in Bristol.

To kick off our terms events, we shall be having a film night!

Exact time of the cinema showing will be confirmed closer to the date, but the plan will be to meet outisde the cinema, watch The Danish Girl and afterwards go for a drink, talk about the movie and catch up with everyone after our Christmas break!

‘The Danish Girl is the remarkable love story inspired by the lives of artists Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. Lili and Gerda’s marriage and work evolve as they navigate Lili’s groundbreaking journey as a transgender pioneer.’

Watch the trailer here:

Hope you all can make it!
We look forward to seeing you all again!
Feminist Society x

Address: 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol
UWE Feminist Society: The Danish Girl Cinema Trip

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Bristol: Saul Williams + Support (IN THE LANTERN)

March 03, 2016 at Colston Hall in Bristol.

“Saul Williams is one of the masters of slam poetry, and has helped shape everything that’s good about the genre”(Vice). This poet and performer, “fuses his progressive poetry and lullabies for liberals with melancholy melodies over an industrial-tinged palette of polyrhythms and breakbeats” says Factmag of his new album Martyr Loser King.

Support TBA.

Over 16’s. Standing Show.

The Lantern
20:00
Thu 3 Mar 2016
£16.13 incl. booking fee

Address: Colston Street, Bristol
Saul Williams + Support (IN THE LANTERN)

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Bristol: Ulrich Schnauss / Nat Urazmetova (Visuals) – Thekla – 03.03.16

March 03, 2016 at Thekla Bristol in Bristol.

ULRICH SCHNAUSS
www.ulrichschnauss.com

At once uplifting and otherworldly, the music of Ulrich Schnauss combines multi-layered synthesizers with beats and ethereal vocals, serving as an aural escape route from the trappings of reality. As Schnauss explains, ‘I’ve always used making and listening to music as a way to escape – putting on headphones is a great way to leave reality behind for a while, reminding yourself why it still makes sense to carry on.’

In addition to recording his own album, Ulrich has been working on the new Tangerine Dream album also due for release in 2016. Ulrich is continuing the work of the late Edgar Froese who sadly passed away earlier this year.

Ulrich will be joined on stage by visual artist Nat Urazmetova. Nat has been working with Ulrich for the past few years, adding a powerful extra dimension to live performances.

THURSDAY 03 MARCH

THEKLA BRISTOL
The Grove, Bristol BS1 4RB
Doors 7:30pm
Ages 14+

Advance tickets available from:
www.alt-tickets.co.uk
www.gigantic.com
www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

Address: The Grove, Bristol
Ulrich Schnauss / Nat Urazmetova (Visuals) - Thekla - 03.03.16

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Bristol: Mark’s Club for Home Brewers (or those that just love beer).

January 11, 2016 at Brewhouse & Kitchen – Bristol in Bristol.

This is going to be the first of many monthly nights where we all get to sit around and swap ideas, books, beer and reciepies.

– Each month there will be guests speakers (homebrewers, probrewers or suppliers)

– Each month we will decide on a ‘collaberation’ which Mark will then run though our pilot kit, ready to be tasted at the next get together.

– Bring you homebrew along for us to try and the best one of each quarter will be invited to come along and run it through our big kit, so that the world will be able to sip your creation.

there will be nibbles and tasters and much chinwagging!

Address: Cotham, Bristol
Mark

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Bristol: The Sea Inside – Panel Discussion

February 27, 2016 at Arnolfini in Bristol.

Panel discussion exploring the symbolism of the sea and its relationship to migration.

Vertigo Sea reflects on themes of encroachment, territory, movement and displacement with specific reference to current issues around migration. This panel discussion will further explore the symbolism of the sea and its relationship to post-colonial experience and diaspora. Through discussion and presentation, speakers will consider the sea as a site of conflict and a vessel for journeys.

Guest speakers include Melanie Keen, Director, iniva, writer Philip Hoare and academic Adam Elliott-Cooper.

An experienced broadcaster, curator and filmmaker, Philip Hoare wrote and presented the BBC Arena film The Hunt for Moby-Dick, and directed three films for BBC’s Whale Night. He is Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Southampton, and curator of the Moby-Dick Big Read, www.mobydickbigread.com

His book Leviathan or, The Whale won the 2009 BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction. Hoare’s latest book, The Sea Inside, was published in 2013.

Adam Elliott-Cooper is a doctoral student in the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford. His research looks at black resistance to police violence in post-2011 Britain.

Melanie Keen is Director of Iniva, London. Her career spans two decades in the visual arts as a curator, consultant, an arts funding manager and was a Senior Relationship Manager at Arts Council England. Her independent curatorial projects focuses on collaborative practices and process-based approaches to making work. Other projects include the production of a national education resource, which uses contemporary art and culture to explore the history and legacies of the transatlantic slave trade, for Understanding Slavery, National Maritime Museum, London; Necessary Journeys, an Arts Council England initiative in collaboration with BFI Black World.

Address: 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol
The Sea Inside - Panel Discussion

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Bristol: Street Life

January 30, 2016 at Brunswick Square Bristol in Bristol.

We are excited to be hosting Street life as Young Adults on Saturday 30th Jan

Street life is part of our Edge Assist community missions where we get to serve the homeless in our city with hot and cold food, drinks, clothing and an opportunity to connect with people that care.

Why not step out of your comfort zone and try something new! and receive the promised blessing to those who give food and drink to the needy (Matt 25:31-40)

3pm – Hot meals, drinks and sandwich pack preparation. Edge Church 1160 Park Avenue, Aztec West, BS32 4TL

5:45pm – Prayer. Surrey St, Portland Square

6pm – Set up and Serve. Surrey St. Brunswick Square, BS2 8PE

Please let us know what you are intending to come to (food prep/serving/both)

We also need people to commit to bringing the ingredients for sandwich packs. (loaf of bread, ham, cheese, crisps, biscuits/chocolate, fruit)

There are also picks ups todo from bakerys around bristol if anyone is available to this
Joes Bakery (Gloucester Rd) 4.50pm
Pret a Manger (queens Rd) 5.10pm
Kingswood Bakery (2 Mile Hill Rd) 4.30pm

Going to be a great day, the guests love being served by the Young Adults!

Please respond quickly so we know who we can count on.

Street Life

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Bristol: Manuelita at The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

January 28, 2016 at The Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol.

Vengan amigos – the revolution is here!

Popelei Theatre is proud to announce their return to Bristol with their award-winning show Manuelita, performing at The Wardrobe Theatre on 28th-30th January.

Revolutionary, proto-feminist, underground spy and the beating heart of South American liberation, Manuela Saenz died in poverty, all but forgotten by the history books – until now.

Blending storytelling, physical theatre, comedy and live music, Lecoq-trained Tamsin Clarke brings Manuelaʼs story of love, loss and revolution vibrantly to life. With accompaniment by Colombian musician and guitarist Camilo Menjura (UK Latin American Musician Of The Year 2014), Manuelita promises audiences a heart-swelling, toe-tapping night out at the theatre.

Help us spread the word to your Bristol friends and family – let’s bring the revolution to BRISTOL!!

Address: 25 West Street, Bristol
Manuelita at The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

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Bristol: Dressage Training Day

January 23, 2016 at Hartley Wood Equestrian in Bristol.

Do you want to improve your:
– confidence in your riding ability
– riding posture – balance and independent seat
– horse’s responsiveness to aids, eg. forward from the leg, lightness to the hand
– understanding of flexion, bend and riding circles
– accuracy and quality of transitions
– horse’s ability to relax and work confidently in a new or strange environment
– confidence and trust in your horse

On these Dressage Training Days we start where you are right now and work towards your own personal goals. If you are a new rider, part of the session will be getting to know each other, assessment and then giving you something to take away. If you are a returning rider you can develop your next steps.
It’s a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere for you to enjoy learning with your horse.

“My sessions helped me to explore what was right for me, giving me the confidence to decide on my next step and how to draw upon the knowledge I already had within.
I have a horse I’m taking out and about, having new experiences together and feel happy again. Whereas before I felt like giving up, I now feel that with time, I’ll achieve the things I always dreamt of.” Kirsty

One hour Group sessions
from 12 noon to 4pm
Maximum 4 riders per group – £20 per person
Riders will be grouped according to level of experience of horse and rider and desired aims for the session
For booking form please email me at rosie@horsesasteachers.co.uk

Dressage Training Day

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Bristol: Roo Panes (IN THE LANTERN)

March 02, 2016 at Colston Hall in Bristol.

Andrew “Roo” Panes “is a young British songwriter with a guitar to his chest and a heart swelling with hopes and dreams”, says music journalist Mike Diver. His debut album, Little Giant, is “personal and vulnerable – but expansive too”, says the former Burberry model. “An abundance of breakthrough singer-songwriters fill up the current Radio 1 playlist… [but] Panes’ voice helps him stand out from the crowd. His deep, breathy whisper lingers” (Drunken Werewolf).

Doors 7pm. Over 14s

The Lantern
19:00
Wed 2 Mar 2016
£16.13 incl. booking fee

Address: Colston Street, Bristol
Roo Panes (IN THE LANTERN)

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