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Shakesqueer – Tuesday 21st March – Bristol Dramsoc

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.

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EVENT – THINGS WE DO NOT KNOW – STREET WORKERS

“A slut is a slut, all this bullshit about choice.”
Things We Do Not Know is an exploration of female street sex workers in Bristol.

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Ashinaga – Scholarships for Orphans – 22nd Feb 6pm – 11pm

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.  

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Gaëlle Rouard and Melanie Clifford Saturday Dec 17th 8-11:30pm

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.

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Child Sex Abuse -114 Missing Files – Whiteflowers Campaign

 
This video is made by survivors, is a reminder that the British government has still not answered who covered up for prominent government members accused of child abuse and brought them to justice. 

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Afrika Eye – On the Frontline Photographic Exhibition 8th – 13th November

VENUE:   PRSC HQ,  The Space 17-35 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol
Tuesday 8th November – 13th November.   Open Daily from midday till 1900hrs
Extraordinary, immersive, painful and exhilarating, Ingrid Sinclair, Simon Bright and Deborah Weinreb curate a photographic exhibition and film of hidden history.

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Resiste: Works of the Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaco, Mexico

The Bearpit Outdoor Gallery, Stokes Croft, Bristol hosts its first major international exhibition, “Resiste” commencing Saturday 15th October.
For the last 10 years ASARO have created political woodcut and lino print street art as part of their local protests, and in solidarity with international struggle.

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The ASARO Collective: The Art of Protest 19-23 October Hamilton House

INVITATION

An Exhibition of original lino and woodcut prints from Oaxaca, Mexico at Hamilton House.
In the days leading up to October 15th, The Bearpit was transformed by artists from The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft and Kiptik, primarily using artwork sent to Bristol by The Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaca.

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Hidden Voices – Misfits Theatre Company 3 Oct 2016

Anita MacCallum from Misfits, based at Hamilton House, has been working on a little project with The Misfits Theatre Company CIO in conjunction with PRSC at the Bearpit Bristol
A group of adults who have learning difficulties have been creating poetry with Anita.  

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