November 2015

Watershed in December: Strong women, Christmas treats, and satirical cartoonists...

Wed 18 Nov, 2015

There's no denying it - markets have suddenly appeared, selection boxes are hugging the shelves, winter spice is being added to everything from coffee to cake, the John Lewis ad is on the telly... it's nearly Christmas. It's 37 days away, in fact, but don't worry - we're here to ease you into the festive season with a great line up of films and a warming welcome in the Café/Bar.

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We are getting a new kitchen...

Fri 13 Nov, 2015

We are really excited to announce that we will be refitting our kitchen in December which will involve ripping out the entire space and putting in state of the art, energy efficient kit. Read on to find out what is happening and how this work is going to affect service during the building works. Thank you.

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Watershed a winner in first Bristol Pride Awards

Wed 11 Nov, 2015

Watershed is delighted to have been recognised in the first ever Bristol Pride Awards, announced at the inaugural Bristol Pride Gala Ball at the Marriott Royal on Halloween.

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There's nowhere better...

Wed 11 Nov, 2015

What a weekend. We opened the doors to The Rooms, a huge festival on Silver Street that showcased the inventions that have come out of REACT, one of four Arts and Humanities Research Council creative economy hubs, and were overwhelmed with the response from you, the good people of Bristol, the South West and Wales.

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Afrika Eye celebrates 10 glorious years

Wed 4 Nov, 2015

Bristol-set drama Grade will be having its world premiere at this year's Afrika Eye Festival. Grade is a new short film by Bristol filmmaker, and previous Afrika Eye talent winner, Mike Jenkins.

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Statement by Dick Penny (updated 9 Nov)

Wed 4 Nov, 2015

Read the full statement from Watershed's Managing Director Dick Penny in response to Cllr Eddy: "I would like to be very clear that Watershed has never been censured by the Charity Commission."

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