Hard Evidence at The Withywood Centre 2nd July

Sat 2 Jul 2022 from 15:00 — 16:00

Jan, a survivor of an abusive relationship, finds her confidence grows when she is invited to join an advisory group where her story matters and is valued. Can her friend, Christine, feel the benefits too? Written and performed by two women with direct experience of domestic violence, Hard Evidence tells the story of friends supporting one another to overcome abuse and the various forms it can take. Age guidance 15+: This piece discusses domestic violence This performance will begin promptly at 3pm This performance takes place at The Withywood Centre, Queen's Rd, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 8QA

Partners: Bristol Biomedical Research Centre  COMforT Study  People in Health West of England 

Fixing Things 4th July

Mon 4 Jul 2022 from 19:00 — 20:45

Join Pick n Mix Theatre for a moving and hilarious collection of stories told through an assortment of broken items. Inspired by the British comic tradition, Fixing Things will leave you in stitches. Set in a repair shop run by three friends, we are introduced to a cast of characters via their various broken belongings and the memories they hold. A tongue-in-cheek and at times poignant production, Fixing Things is a comic caper born right here in Bedminster. Age guidance 6+: This family friendly piece has a lot of dialogue and children under 6 may struggle to stay engaged. This performance will begin promptly at 7pm The show will last around 1 hour and 15 minutes and there will be a short interval.
The café bar will be open and serving refreshments from 6.30pm

Please read our latest covid guidelines here

Fixing Things 7th July

Thu 7 Jul 2022 from 19:00 — 20:45

Join Pick n Mix Theatre for a moving and hilarious collection of stories told through an assortment of broken items. Inspired by the British comic tradition, Fixing Things will leave you in stitches. Set in a repair shop run by three friends, we are introduced to a cast of characters via their various broken belongings and the memories they hold. A tongue-in-cheek and at times poignant production, Fixing Things is a comic caper born right here in Bedminster. Age guidance 6+: This family friendly piece has a lot of dialogue and children under 6 may struggle to stay engaged. This performance will begin promptly at 7pm The show will last around 1 hour and 15 minutes and there will be a short interval.
The café bar will be open and serving refreshments from 6.30pm

Please read our latest covid guidelines here

Hard Evidence at The Greenway Centre 8th July

Fri 8 Jul 2022 from 18:00 — 19:00

Jan, a survivor of an abusive relationship, finds her confidence grows when she is invited to join an advisory group where her story matters and is valued. Can her friend, Christine, feel the benefits too? Written and performed by two women with direct experience of domestic violence, Hard Evidence tells the story of friends supporting one another to overcome abuse and the various forms it can take. Age guidance 15+: This piece discusses domestic violence This performance will begin promptly at 6pm This performance takes place at The Greenway Centre, Doncaster Rd, Bristol BS10 5PY Partners: Bristol Biomedical Research Centre  COMforT Study  People in Health West of England 

Sudafest Comedy Night 16th July

Sat 16 Jul 2022 from 19:00 — 21:00

Join us for a night of rip-roaring laughter from two Sudanese comedians, and warmly hosted by Mohamed Kamal. Mamoun Elagab’s natural flair has made him a winner and finalist of numerous comedy competitions over the years. Chortle said “Chilled composure and a fascinating back-story… a comic who you’d like to hear more from.” Mohammed Terwis is a Sudanese-Dutch actor and satirist. He is best known for his repertoire of satirical characters that expose the many contradictions at the heart of Sudanese society. In this performance, Mohammed Terwis uses humour to explore the sensitive themes of migration and asylum through keen observation and powerful allegory, he invites his audience to look again at what it really means to be a refugee in Europe. More to be announced! Age guidance: This is edgy comedy so discretion is advised - we'd suggest 15+ About Sudafest Sudafest is a celebration of Sudanese culture. Everyone is welcome at Sudafest – Those with Sudanese heritage and those who want to learn more. We‘ll revel in the breadth and vibrancy of Sudanese culture by coming together with music, food, theatre, dance, workshops, a parade, and more! There’ll be something for all ages, with a play area for children as well as programmed activities. The first Sudafest was 2021 and we are back with a bountiful programme this year, running across two days: Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July.