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Yorgos Sapountzis: The Protagonists (a performance)

Sunday 15 September 2013, 18:00 to 19:00
As a finale to his exhibition The Protagonists and 4 Days, Sapountzis will lead visitors in a theatre-like procession, revisiting the public spaces in the Bristol that were the starting points for new works developed for the show including coloured fabric and aluminium tubes as props.

Rosie Heafford

Rosie Heafford is a choreographer and producer working in London and the South East specialising in creating highly original dance-work to be seen at close range in non-theatre spaces.

Ant Hampton

Ant Hampton (British, born in Fribourg, Switzerland). Also known as Anthony / Anton
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ROMCOM: Jodie Hawkes & Peter Phillips

Sunday 15 September 2013, 13:00 to 13:45
“ROMCOM or, THE DISTANCE LOVE CAN BE MAINTAINED BETWEEN ANY TWO DIVERGING POINTS” Following BLOKE, and some experiments in late 2002, Ant Hampton and Glen Neath created "ROMCOM".
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Liberated Words Poetry Film Festival : International Screenings and Panel

Thursday 03 October 2013, 08:30 to 15:10
Celebrating all forms of moving digital poetry Liberated Words presents a day of International screenings and discussion and an evening of films specially created for the festival in response to poems by Philip Gross, Jo Bell, John Fluffypunk and Lucy English. Special guests include T S Eliot Prize winning poet Philip Gross and award winning Bristol-based artist and filmmaker Joe Magee
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Bristol Poetry Festival: Open Poetry Slam

Friday 04 October 2013, 17:30 to 20:00
Always a highlight in the performance poetry calendar the Bristol Poetry Festival Slam is back – 18 poets showcase their talents with 3 minutes per poem, knock out rounds and a final face-off between the last two poets standing all overseen by your slam hosts Glenn Carmichael and Claire Williamson.
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Bristol Poetry Festival: Louis de Bernieres - Imagining Alexandria

Sunday 06 October 2013, 17:30 to 19:30
Celebrated novelist Louis de Bernieres returns to his first literary love with his debut collection of poetry Imagining Alexandria. Returning us to the vivid Mediterranean landscape of his fiction, his poems about the distant past, the erotic and the philosophical acknowledge a debt to the great Alexandrian poet C P Cavafy. Rachel Boast will read from her new collection Pilgrim’s Flower, and David Briggs will read from his new collection Rain Rider.
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Sedated By A Brick Present Serrated By A Knife Present Sedated By A Brick

Saturday 02 November 2013, 18:30 to 19:30
Sedated By A Brick Present Serrated By A Knife Present Sedated By A Brick. Sedated By A Brick are accidentally possessed by their imaginary alter-ego theatre company, Serrated By A Knife. Both companies have been struggling to put the finishing touches to their astonishing productions of The Shining, which they hope one day to present to an actual, real live audience.

Jenna Watt

Jenna watt is a an award winning Live Artist / Theatre Maker/ Director. Jenna is best known for creating works that explore risk and interaction.
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ROMCOM: Jenna Watt & Shaun C Badham

Sunday 15 September 2013, 17:00 to 17:45
“ROMCOM or, THE DISTANCE LOVE CAN BE MAINTAINED BETWEEN ANY TWO DIVERGING POINTS”. Following BLOKE, and some experiments in late 2002, Ant Hampton and Glen Neath created "ROMCOM".