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What's On

Today Friday 17 August 2018Highlights

We have recently opened the Front Room, a new public space that houses our collection of art books and magazines. Visitors are invited to make use of the space in a number of ways and can also use it to enjoy drinks from Arnolfini Cafe Bar.

Over the coming months the Front Room will host talks and special events, including Arnolfini Book Club, launched in March.

Arnolfini Bookshop is also open with an expanded shop to include more titles than ever.

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Ongoing and forthcoming events

ONLINE | The Head & The Load

ONLINE | The Head & The Load

Wednesday 01 August 2018 to Saturday 25 August 2018, 00:00

Free

Created by William Kentridge, commissioned by 14-18 NOW, presented by Tate Modern - Arnolfini is proud to host a digital performance film of the world premiere of this major new work.
FILM & WORKSHOP | VISIBLE

FILM & WORKSHOP | VISIBLE

Saturday 18 August 2018, 17:30 to 19:30

Kayza Rose & Campbell X (QTIPOC Family) present this new film - weaving together QTIPOC stories as part of a day/night celebration of queer communities.
PERFORMANCE | ALOK & Travis Alabanza

PERFORMANCE | ALOK & Travis Alabanza

Saturday 18 August 2018, 20:00 to 21:30

£8 Book

Presented by Thorny and Arnolfini - leading non-binary voices come to Bristol for a joyful, electric, and empowering deconstruction/reconstruction/reimagination of gender.
SUMMER MUSIC | Sunun

SUMMER MUSIC | Sunun

Thursday 23 August 2018, 18:00 to 22:00

Free

For this edition of Arnolfini's Summer Music Series, Sunun invites you to dance the demons out.
SUMMER MUSIC | Ideal World

SUMMER MUSIC | Ideal World

Thursday 30 August 2018, 18:00 to 22:00

Free

Closing this year’s Summer Music Series at Arnolfini, Ideal World return once more with their eclectic brand of sounds.
PERFORMANCE | We Are F***ed

PERFORMANCE | We Are F***ed

Friday 31 August 2018 to Saturday 01 September 2018, 20:00 to 21:00

£10/£14 Book

Presented by MAYK, created by leading Bristol artist Jo Bannon, developed with the support of Arnolfini. "Jo’s work is expertly edited; it is both a joy and a treasure." (Exeunt)