Follow the Stars to Brunswick: Members' show

Image Credit: Champ

Brunswick Club

07990823874
www.beefbristol.org

Friday 08 December 2017 – Sunday 10 December 2017
Opening Hours: Friday 6pm til late Saturday & Sunday 11am-6pm
Admission Fee: Donations
no booking - just turn up

FOLLOW THE STARS TO BRUNSWICK: MEMBERS SHOW

The legendary Brunswick Club, a former Working Mans’ Club, in St Pauls with its skittle alleys, dance hall, bars and lounges has been taken over by Bristol's artist-led collectives consisting of over thirty artists working across diverse art forms.

Come and see who we are and what we do.

There will be performances and happenings, installations and artworks taking place throughout the weekend; take a peak at artists studios, see a film in an Iranian peep box, have a game of skittles, watch the Brunswick windows come alive with film and visuals and take in an array of performances from the Champ Band, Action Hero, Bermuda Triangles, Hen Do and much much more…… 

The Members Show is also a fundraiser to support our work and associated building costs.


Bristol Experimental Expanded Film (BEEF) is an experimental film and sound collective. www.beefbristol.org/

Champ is an artist collective with a DIY ethos. www.champ-arts.co.uk/

Residence is a live art and performance collective. www.residence.org.uk

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