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Bristol: 45live – Soul On Top Single Special ft Boca 45 & Mr Fantastic

January 29, 2016 at The Lanes in Bristol.

Expect pure rightious party vibes… funk, soul, boogaloo, Northern, funky breaks and beats from Boca 45 and special guests each month from the likes of:

Krafty Kuts – DJ Format – Jon More (Coldcut) – DJ Yoda – Mr Thing – Smoove – Mr Fantastic – Brad Baloo (The Nextmen) – DJ Food – DJ Andy Smith – Kombine (Digga Please) & Peter Isaac

45 Live returns with our host Boca 45 & guest Mr Fantastic
Super limited copies of Boca 45 ft Louis Baker ‘Soul On Top’ available on the night .
Boca will do a special 2 hour set of Soul & Funk 7s from mid night till 2 then Fantastic & Boca will take a deck each until 3..

On the decks we have:

★ Boca 45 (45 Live / Malachai)

Our 45 Live resident Scott “Boca 45” Hendy returns as Bristol‘s UK beatsmith who has been at the forefront of funky breakbeat music for well over a decade releasing a number of solo albums and dancefloor devastating collabos with DJ Andy Smith as “Dynamo Productions”


★ Mr Fantastic (AE Productions / The Journeyman / Hundred Strong)

Mr Fantastic is often seen DJing around bars and clubs in Bristol and parts of the UK monthly with experience of playing over seas in America.

DJing for over 20 years, Mr Fantastic is famous for his soul and funk 45s with a vast hip hop collection

He is the co-founder and main man behing AE Productions and is tour DJ for The Journeyman as well as scartch DJ for Bristol‘s Hundred Strong (High Noon Music)


Address: 22 Nelson Street, Bristol
45live - Soul On Top Single Special ft Boca 45 & Mr Fantastic

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Bristol: The VAMOS Band !

January 23, 2016 at Snug in Bristol.

FUN and HAPPY : The Vamos! Band is a group of musicians from Spain, France and England playing rumba, hip-latin, soul-ska, and funky folk. Our fast-paced, high-energy songs, with lyrics that reflect our positive outlook on life, have audiences dancing their socks off bringing happiness, love and good vibes to whoever hears us. Vamos is more than just a band. We’re a group of friends from very different backgrounds united by one common goal – Peace and Music!

Based in Bristol, UK, for the last four years, The Vamos! Band have gone down a storm in venues across the Southwest of England, including on festival stages at The Secret Garden Party, Glastonbury, BrisFest, St. Paul’s Carnival, FarmFest, The Festival of Nature and many more.

Four/Five-piece band including guitar, fiddle, cajon and bass, topped off with massive, sing-along vocal lines.


WEBPAGE: http://www.thevamosband.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thevamosband


The Vamos! Band at Gwdihw by Laia and Ana: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiNQeLKHMx0

The Vamos! Band LIVE @ Mr Wolfs 22OCT11 1/4 Yourmusic Production.mp

“The Devil’s Daughter” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zR8dsnvnWI
“Reincarnation” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m14Q9z-mBp0

Address: 30 Stokes Croft, Bristol
The VAMOS Band !

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Bristol: Burns Night

January 23, 2016 at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House in Bristol.

Join us to celebrate Burns Night on Saturday 23 January when you will not only be able to tuck into some delicious Haggis, neeps and tatties but enjoy the sounds of a 10-piece pipe band which will give the evening a true Scottish flavour.

A delicious four-course dinner will be served in the venue’s Great Room with a highlight being the cutting of the haggis, which will be accompanied by Burns’ famous poem, Address to a Haggis.

The evening will end with dancing until 1am with the Resident DJ.

Tickets for the Great Room event cost £35 per person and those who wish to make a weekend of it can book a residential package for £165 for a room for two.

For further information please visit http://www.cadburyhotelbristol.co.uk or call 01934 834 343.

Address: Frost Hill, Congresbury, Bristol
Burns Night

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Bristol: Exhibition Preview: ‘Interior Space’ – Genevieve Caminade

January 27, 2016 at The Square Club in Bristol.

We invite you to join us for the opening of Genevieve Caminade’s debut exhibition at the Square Club – bringing together the two connective elements of her practice: painting and fabric design. This exhibition, titled ‘Interior Space’, will transform the Square into a colourful composition of abstract geometric patterns.

Our doors will open to you at 7pm with a complimentary welcome drink, canapes and the chance to have a first look at the show. The evening will then flow into live jazz with Cabaret Voltaire: James Morton Soul Jazz Club taking you from 9pm – 11pm: http://www.thesquareclub.com/events/cabaret-voltaire-james-morton-soul-jazz-club-1/. We look forward to welcoming you!

The event is free but please RSVP to nicol.phillips@thesquareclub.com if you would like to attend.

Genevieve wants to explore what it means to co-habit paintings and fabric design to create a bespoke and saturated interior. She will play with elements in the Square Lounge such as: the window blinds, cushion fabric and furniture design. This new arena will immerse the audience in Genevieve’s artistic vision – going beyond paintings on the wall towards a reimagining of what the domestic environment can be. All works are available to purchase – please email nicol.phillips@thesquareclub.com with sales enquiries.

ARTIST BIO: Genevieve Caminade is a French-British artist currently living and working in Wales, UK. She trained at Falmouth College of Art (BA) then went on to do a Post-Graduate course at the Royal College of Art, London.
Genevieve began working on the series ‘Abstract Geometric’ paintings whilst at college and continues this journey today. As an extension of this series, Genevieve began painting onto fabric in 1982 – developing her own fabric design company ‘Joie De Vivre’ in 1999. The artist’s Fine Art background informs her textile designs and creates links between the two that continue throughout her career.


Preview: 27 Jan, 7pm – 9pm + Cabaret Voltaire, 9pm – 11pm

Exhibition dates: 28 Jan 2016 – 10 April 2016

Address: 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol
Exhibition Preview:

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Bristol: A celebration of Chantal Akerman

January 31, 2016 at Cube Microplex in Bristol.

The Cube presents a tribute to Chantal Akerman, the legendary radical filmmaker and pioneer of modern feminist cinema who sadly died in autumn 2015.

We’re screening two movies separated by 40 years – Akerman’s second feature film, the celebrated Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles and her last No Home Movie, released in the year of her death.

2pm: Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975, 201 mins)

Over the course of three Days Jeanne Dielman follows a single mother’s (played by the great French Actress Delphine Seyrig) highly regimented schedule of cooking, cleaning, shopping and part time prostitution. Akerman uses little of the compression and editing of familiar mainstream cinema and much of the central character’s routine plays out in real time – a potato takes as long to peel on screen as it does in real life. At more than three hours long Jean Dielman, often cited as one of the greatest films ever made, is an experience that the viewer never forgets.

8pm: No Home Movie (2015, 115 mins)

No Home Movie, a video documentary, is Akerman’s unsentimental love letter to her mother Natalie. Akerman said of her last film “I think if I knew I was going to do this, I wouldn’t have dared to do it” and “This is above all about my mother, my mother who is no longer with us. About this woman who arrived in Belgium in 1938, fleeing Poland, the pogroms and the violence. This woman who is only ever seen inside her apartment. An apartment in Brussels. A film about a world in motion that my mother does not see.”

Before and after the films there will be Akerman-related extras in the bar, including schnitzels and structural film

Address: 4 Princess Row, Bristol
A celebration of Chantal Akerman

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Bristol: Stiff Little Fingers

March 06, 2016 at O2 Academy Bristol in Bristol.

eastside present
plus guests
Bristol Academy
Sunday 6th March 2016
Tickets £18.50
Doors 7pm

Stiff Little Fingers were formed in 1977 in Belfast, Ireland. Along with the likes of the Clash, Sex Pistols, The Jam, Buzzcocks, Undertones, Sham 69, Stranglers, et al – Stiff Little Fingers were at the forefront of the punk movement. They wrote initially about their own lives, growing up at the height of The Troubles in Northern Ireland, in songs like “Suspect Device” and “Wasted Life”. In November of ’77, they released those two songs on their own Rigid Digits label, and sent a copy to BBC Radio One DJ John Peel, who started playing it every night.

These were the first of what became SLF’s signature style: lyrics that meld the personal and political, music that combines the energy of punk with infectious hooks, and delivery that rings of honesty and commitment. In 1979 they became the first band ever to hit the UK top 20 album charts on an independent label with their debut Inflammable Material. The album chronicles the band’s anger and frustration at “the Troubles” in Northern Ireland, and calls on youth to create their own reality.

Address: 1-2 Frogmore Street, Bristol
Stiff Little Fingers

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Bristol: Tony Hazzard – The Hallicombe Sessions – album preview

February 28, 2016 at The Folk House Cafe & Bar in Bristol.

The Hallicombe Sessions album preview

Iconic songwriter Tony Hazzard wrote international hits ‘Ha Ha Said the Clown’ and ‘Fox on the Run’ for stars ranging from The Hollies to Manfred Mann, from Cliff Richard to Andy Williams. Tony’s own singer songwriter albums Loudwater House and Was That Alright Then are cult collectors items.

This is the West Country preview of a remarkable new album The Hallicombe Sessions; the result of extraordinary musical collaboration that spans two continents and half a century of song. Tony recorded the album at his home studio in Cornwall with the American songwriter, performer and producer Matt Harding.

Tony’s gigs have an intimate, club-like atmosphere. Playing solo, Tony brings electric and acoustic guitar, mandolin and ukulele, interspersing recent songs and hits from his extraordinary back catalogue with a series of winning anecdotes harvested from half a century at the top of the music industry.


from previous gigs:
“What a wonderful evening. Relaxed, intimate, and truly memorable.”

“This was a journey into the storytelling songwriting of Tony Hazzard. A warm, funny, and moving evening of songs that reminded me of so much.”

Address: 40A Park Street, Bristol
Tony Hazzard - The Hallicombe Sessions - album preview

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Bristol: Earth Dances workshop, BRISTOL

March 06, 2016 at Wilder Studios in Bristol.

Welcome in the Spring!

An embodied journey through traditional & contemporary pan-African dance and embodied movement, celebrating community and our relationship with this magnificent earth!

4 – 7pm

27-29 Wilder St, Bristol BS2 8QA

Live Music from Omer Makessa

£25 in advance/£30 on the day
special offer ~ book before Christmas 2015 and get £5 off the advanced price
(a few concessions places available)

Address: 27-29 Wilder Street, Bristol
Earth Dances workshop, BRISTOL

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Bristol: Psychic Supper at Zion

February 05, 2016 at Zion Bristol in Bristol.

A fun and informal spiritual evening combining a two course meal and two 10 minute readings from experienced mediums. A social night out with an introduction to the spiritual world in a unique venue.
Choose one main meal and one dessert;

Beef Lasagne
Vegetable Lasagna
with salad and garlic bread

Cheesecake or Cheese and Biscuits.

Doors 7pm, bar open all evening.

£25 per person, booking and pre-payment essential, call into to Zion or email for online payment details.

Address: Bishopsworth Rd, Bristol
Psychic Supper at Zion

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Bristol: Show Some Love – OPEN SUBMISSION

February 04, 2016 at PAPER Arts in Bristol.

Join PAPER Arts from 4th – 17th Febuary in celebrating Valentine’s Day with and exhibition based on love!

This is an exciting oppotunity to have your work showcased in our central gallery space for two weeks for just £20!

You can design anything related to the theme, restricting your design to 14″x14″.


Thursday 14th January 2016 5pm


– Design a 14″ x 14″ (35.5cm x 35.5cm) piece related to the theme of love.
– Email a copy of your design to gallery@paperarts.org.uk by 14th January 2016.
– If selected, you will need to drop off your work (ready to hang) by Monday 1st Febuary 2016.


– Price your artwork however you like.
– Participation fee – ONLY £20 for two weeks.
– You may enter as many pieces as you like – but please be aware that the £20 is applicable to all successful entries. So please only enter as many as you can afford, just in case!
– 0% commission on original piece.
– If you would like to have additional prints for sale, please email Emily at gallery@paperarts for further infomation.

We also have printing and framing services avalible!
– Fine Art paper (matte finish) – £12
– Photo Satin paper (satin finish) – £10

14″ x 14″ Frames all at £20: Gold, Black and White.

For any printing and framing inquireries please email printing@paperarts.org.uk.

We all look forward to seeing your work!

Address: 51-53 Merchant St., Bristol

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