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Queens of Sheba at Tobacco Factory Theatres

Queens of Sheba at Tobacco Factory Theatres

Black History Month

Black History Month in Bristol

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  1. Add Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance - Act 3 at Arnolfini to your Itinerary

    Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance - Act 3 at Arnolfini

    Harbourside

    Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance - Act 3 is a timely exhibition focusing on the his/herstory of resistance movements and alternative forms of living from a gendered perspective.

    Dates

    From:
    14 Sept 2019to15 Dec 2019
  2. Add Burgerz at Bristol Old Vic to your Itinerary

    Burgerz at Bristol Old Vic

    Old City

    The Wardrobe Ensemble (Little Tim and The Brave Sea Captain) return for an enchanting, interactive journey across the seven seas where YOU take the wheel!

    Dates

    From:
    20 Nov 2019to23 Nov 2019

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  3. Lee Scratch Perry at The Fleece Bristol

    Central Bristol

    A notoriously eccentric figure whose storied reputation and colorful personality match the sheer strangeness of much of his recorded output, Lee Perry is unquestionably one of reggae’s most innovative, influential artists.

    Dates

    From:
    21 Nov 2019to21 Nov 2019
  4. Neville Staple + Troy Ellis at The Fleece Bristol

    Central Bristol

    Neville Staple, also known as The Original Rudeboy, is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once but twice.

    Dates

    From:
    16 Nov 2019to16 Nov 2019
  5. Add The World in Bristol at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery to your Itinerary

    The World in Bristol at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    Clifton

    The World in Bristol celebrates the city’s diverse cultures with a day of music, dance, tours, taster activities and a chance to meet people from around the world.

    Dates

    From:
    9 Nov 2019to9 Nov 2019
  6. Add Afrika Eye Presents: Kure Kure Workshop with Anna Mudeka at Trinity Centre to your Itinerary

    Afrika Eye Presents: Kure Kure Workshop with Anna Mudeka at Trinity Centre

    Old Market

    Anna Mudeka invites you to join her in this dynamic workshop as part of her one woman show Kure Kure.

    Anna Mudeka will take you on a journey through the ancestral mbira music of Zimbabwe, bringing the Shona-Bira experience to life.

    Dates

    From:
    20 Oct 2019to20 Oct 2019
  7. Add Black History Month: Slave Trade in Bordeaux with Senegalese author Karfa Diallo to your Itinerary

    Black History Month: Slave Trade in Bordeaux with Senegalese author Karfa Diallo

    Central Bristol

    Come and join them for this wonderful opportunity to meet Karfa Diallo, French/Senegalese writer and listen to him talking about his research about the slave trade in Bordeaux. Please note this event will be conducted in French only. Audience…

    Dates

    From:
    17 Oct 2019to17 Oct 2019
  8. Add Black History Month Pub Quiz at the Balloon Bar to your Itinerary

    Black History Month Pub Quiz at the Balloon Bar

    Clifton

    Come to the Balloon Bar for the chance to go head to head with other students on a very special Black History Month edition of a classic Pub Quiz!

    Dates

    From:
    22 Oct 2019to22 Oct 2019
  9. Add David Olusoga: We need to talk about Windrush at the Anson Rooms to your Itinerary

    David Olusoga: We need to talk about Windrush at the Anson Rooms

    Clifton

    Professor David Olusoga of the University of Manchester places the Windrush Scandal within the context of Black British History.

    Dates

    From:
    11 Oct 2019to11 Oct 2019
  10. Add Poetry Evening with Tjawangwa Dema and Vanessa Kisuule at the Anson Rooms Bar to your Itinerary

    Poetry Evening with Tjawangwa Dema and Vanessa Kisuule at the Anson Rooms Bar

    Clifton

    Join us for a night of poetry celebrating Black art with Bristol based poets Tjawanga Dema and Vanessa Kisuule.

    Dates

    From:
    18 Oct 2019to18 Oct 2019
  11. Add Afrika Eye Presents: Rafiki Screening and Post-film Discussion at the Winston Theatre to your Itinerary

    Afrika Eye Presents: Rafiki Screening and Post-film Discussion at the Winston Theatre

    Clifton

    Join Afrika Eye and the BME Network for an internationally award winning film, despite being a banned film in Kenya.

    Dates

    From:
    21 Oct 2019to21 Oct 2019
  12. Add Queens of Sheba at Tobacco Factory Theatres to your Itinerary

    Queens of Sheba at Tobacco Factory Theatres

    Southville

    Turned away from a nightclub for being "too black", four women take to the stage with their own explosive true stories. "Then they give unrequested information about a gap year, in an orphanage, in The Congo, even though I'm from St Lucia and I…

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2019to9 Nov 2019
  13. Add Festival of the Future City to your Itinerary

    Festival of the Future City

    Central Bristol

    The third Festival of the Future City takes place in Bristol 16-18 October 2019. Set over three days the festival – which aims to be the largest public debate about the future of cities.

    Dates

    From:
    16 Oct 2019to18 Oct 2019
  14. Add Shades of our Lives and Q&A with Inspirational Women at St George's Bristol to your Itinerary

    Shades of our Lives and Q&A with Inspirational Women at St George's Bristol

    Central Bristol

    Back by popular demand, Black Women Let Loose Theatre Company returns with their show Shades of our Lives after their wonderful debut in March.

    Dates

    From:
    25 Oct 2019to25 Oct 2019
  15. Add Getting The Third Degree at The Wardrobe Theatre to your Itinerary

    Getting The Third Degree at The Wardrobe Theatre

    Old Market

    The powerful and deeply moving story of Laurie Cunningham, the first black footballer to play for Real Madrid and only the second to play for England in the 1970s, by Dougie Blaxland - produced by RoughHouse Theatre and Live Wire Theatre

    Dates

    From:
    22 Oct 2019to22 Oct 2019
  16. Add Black History Month at Bristol SU to your Itinerary

    Black History Month at Bristol SU

    Clifton

    The Black History Month programme is essential in promoting community cohesion through the teaching, learning and exploration of Black history.

    Dates

    From:
    11 Oct 2019to30 Oct 2019
  17. Injury Reserve + Jockstrap at The Fleece Bristol

    Central Bristol

    The rap trio from Phoenix have started the year off with a bang, dropping track ‘Jawbreaker’ in January and following it up with ‘Jailbreak The Tesla feat. Amine’ and Koruna & Lime.

    Dates

    From:
    6 Nov 2019to6 Nov 2019
  18. African queens at M shed

    Central Bristol

    Africa is a continent with an extensive and glorious history, with hundreds of distinctive cultures, values and traditions.

    Dates

    From:
    29 Oct 2019to29 Oct 2019
  19. Untold stories: From Oxford’s first Black graduate to Bristol’s Black students today

    Central Bristol

    An evening of performance, presentation and debate exploring the experience of Christian Cole.

    Dates

    From:
    25 Oct 2019to25 Oct 2019
  20. Winter Lecture: How the Black female image was whitewashed from Renaissance art

    Redcliffe

    This talk seeks to explain why the Bible’s Queen of Sheba and the Classic’s Andromeda are both invariably depicted as white in Renaissance art and onwards, despite that both were known to be Black.

    Dates

    From:
    7 Nov 2019to7 Nov 2019

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