‘A Womb of One’s Own’ comes to Bristol
“Grandmamie, if no-one touches my boobs before I’m 21 I’m going to explode all over the net curtains from pent-up sexual frustration!”
Following its sell-out London debut and a highly acclaimed performance in Birmingham, Bristol born actress and writer, Claire Rammelkamp, unleashes her fearless dark comedy ‘A Womb of One’s Own’ in Stokes Croft.
Naomi Klein – award-winning journalist, bestselling author of No Logo, The Shock Doctrine and This Changes Everything, scourge of brand bullies and corporate liars – gives us the toolkit we need to survive our surreal, shocking age.
Non profit photography exhibition to raise funds for the incredible people behind angels orphanage.
They constantly work to better the lives of disadvantaged children in Kathmandu alongside raising funds for many grass roots projects across Nepal and contribute to relief after the devastating earthquake in 2015.
Who needs a fellow to play Othello? Or a lady to play… Lady Macbeth?
We are throwing away all the weight of masculinity and femininity with our evening of gender bent Shakespeare monologues and duologues.
Ashinaga is an NGO that gives university scholarships to orphans worldwide.
Wednesday 22nd February 2017
1800 – 2230
PRSC HQ, The space, 14 Hillgrove Street, Stokes Croft.
An evening of sensory immersion showcasing two phenomenal artists working with the transformative possibilities of image and sound in a live context using a combination of analogue and digital technology.