What's on this week Sat 27 Aug - Fri 2 Sept
Head on over to this relaxed reading space in the Café/Bar, where you'll find comfy seats, copies of Roald Dahl's books, and activities for the kids. All the activities in this area are free and fully grown human beans are always welcome too!
Set sail for a heartwarming experience for all the family with this inspiring, rambunctious and nostalgic tale of summer adventure, as Arthur Ransome's enduring 1930’s children's novel is brought to life in this beautifully realised adaptation of a quintessentially British classic.
In this week's Lunchtime Talk we welcome Knowle West Media Centre to talk about The Bristol Approach to citizen sensing and the development of their damp-busting ‘Frogboxes'!
Sat 3 - Fri 9 Sept
Cinéphiles is a film discussion group that meets once a month to discuss films chosen from Watershed's programme. All are welcome.
This unique, one-night-only, worldwide cinema event directed by Andrew Dominik is the first ever opportunity anyone will have to hear Skeleton Tree - the 16th studio album from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds.
Sat 10 - Fri 16 Sept
Join us in the Café/Bar from 19:50for an informal discussion on Julieta, Pedro Almodóvar's seriously good female-focused study of love and loss. There will be a special guest to be confirmed plus a BSL (British Sign Language) interpreter, so that both Deaf and hearing members of the audience can join in the conversation.
Unfixed is a Creative Research project involving ten Australian and UK Deaf and disabled artists selected to investigate arts, disability and technology. In this Lunchtime Talk, the artists will share their creative process, ideas, challenges and inspirations.
Sat 17 - Fri 23 Sept
Catch the best new short and animated films from across the globe, right here in Bristol. Encounters is the UK’s leading short film festival combining film screenings, special events, industry masterclasses and workshops in a jam packed programme of activity.
This week we welcome the Digital DIY project from University of Westminster to interrupt our usual Lunchtime Talk format to run an active making workshop using Lego and other simple materials to make things, discuss making practice, and share ideas and experiences.