Cost: £1.50 in advance (via www.illicitgroove.wordpress.com) £2.50 on the door Jack Johnson’s Rare Record Club: vinyl rarities, obscurities & groovities. Bring your own vinyl down to an evening of vinyl pleasure with open deck slots available on the night, resident DJs who will play your tunes in the Jack Johnson’s Juke Box section plus an
Where do arts and activism sit currently? Internationally and locally. What makes them different from advertising ploys? Does the work change things? We will be meeting to have a chat with a panel of activist artists, and possibly change the world together. BEAF and Culture3 present three networking events looking at current topics that affect
Church for the night is a multi-layered, multi-sensory experience. To explore, interact, create and connect. Components can be installations, poetry, art, lights, candles, cafe and visuals. Its emphasis is reflection, introspection, existentialist exploration, spiritual connection, global awareness.
Debut singers bring the house to life with period music ranging from intimate Lieder to timeless mélodie. This unforgettable evening invites you to a night of opera with Dorset soprano Lizzie Holmes (Olivier Awards 2018 nominee La Bohème, Phantom of the Opera) tenor Joel Williams, and veteran pianist Jo Ramadan.
The Coffee Cup Project is run by a collective of 2016 fine art graduates from Arts University Bournemouth, who will be offering FREE coffee as an exchange between creatives. Everyone is invited to sit down, do some doodling and enjoy a cup of coffee! Date/Time: Mon 30 April – Thurs 3 May 11am – 4pm
Street performance - a slightly different show, unicycling, juggling, mad performance mayhem from two of the SFF gang, Gorowny and Richard will present performances to make you laugh... Part of the Bank Holiday Street Festival Monday 7 May 11am - 5pm The final day of the BEAF festival we takeover Boscombe Precinct for the BEAF