Teachings in Dub

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Posted by Bob Goff on Friday, 19 October 2018

This Is Not A Safe Space

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This Is Not A Safe Space
Award winning writer and comedian Jackie Hagan’s solo show, presented as part of IGNiTE
Benefit cuts are hitting disabled people the hardest. Half of people in poverty are disabled or live with a disabled person. The future looks grim, so how can we get people to sit up, listen and care and not keel over with empathy-fatigue?

Award-winning poet and theatre maker Jackie Hagan’s way has been to make a new solo show that features the real voices of proper skint disabled people she knows. Jackie has conducted interviews with people from all over the country living on the fringes and the spaces in between. These are not sob stories – they are well rounded lives full of the spiky humour and the complicated weirdness of being human. Jackie weaves these narratives together with poetry and anecdotes, celebrating the weird, the wonky, the unruly, and the resilient.

Expect audience interaction, DIY puppetry, poetic comedy, comedic poetry, and one underclass amputee steering the show.

This is Not A Safe Space is commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. Supported with funding from BlueSCI Wellbeing, Contact and Full Circle Arts. Produced by Big Feast.

This performance is BSL interpreted

There will be a post show talk back after the performance.

About Jackie Hagan

Jackie Hagan is a working-class queer disabled poet, performer and theater maker and a Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellow. Her work focuses on celebrating the experiences of people left out of the mainstream. Her solo show Some People Have Too Many Legs won the 2015 Saboteur Award for Best Spoken Word Show and toured nationally to venues including Hull Truck and Bristol Old Vic. Her debut play ​ Cosmic Scallies was commissioned by Graeae and ran at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in summer 2017.

Jackie Hagan – This is not a safe place Trailer V1 from PeopleStaring on Vimeo.

This is Not A Safe Space is presented by IGNiTE, Trinity’s in house programme of world-class, innovative theatre and dance about issues that matter to people now, starting conversations and sparking debate. IGNiTE is supported using public funding by Bristol City Council and by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
19/10/2018 

Starts 19:30 to 20:25

TICKET PRICE – £11 Standard / £9 Concession
AGE LIMIT – 14+

https://www.3ca.org.uk/activities/ignite/whats-on/ignite-shows/this-is-not-a-safe-space

Sister Nancy & Legal Shot Sound

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Sister Nancy & Legal Shot Sound

The Queen of Dancehall comes to Bristol for a very special performance with Legal Shot Sound
BAM!BAM!BAM! Presents

The Living Legend Sister Nancy aka The Queen of Dancehall comes to Bristol for a very special performance with Legal Shot Sound.

In the words of her iconic 1982 single “Bam Bam,” Sister Nancy is “one inna three million,” an artist whose talents truly “come from creation.”

Regarded as the first female star in the male-dominated world of Jamaican dancehall, Sister Nancy continues to blaze new trails 35 years after the release of her first and only album. Recently recognized by Pitchfork as The Best Dancehall Song of All-Time, “Bam Bam” has been sampled, quoted and referenced in tracks by Lauryn Hill, Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West and most recently Jay Z

There is no wrong time to play ‘Bam Bam.’ Every summer belongs to ‘Bam Bam.’ … A perfect song.” — The New Yorker
23/10/2018  Starts 19:00 to23:00

TICKET PRICE – £15 / £18 adv + bf
AGE LIMIT – 14 + (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
CONTACT NUMBER – 0117 935 1200

https://www.3ca.org.uk/whats-on/2018/sister-nancy-legal-shot-sound

Alternate Halloween Apocalypse 2018 – Drum & Bass Night

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https://www.3ca.org.uk/whats-on/2018/alternate-halloween-apocalypse-2018

Alternate Halloween Apocalypse 2018
A massive Halloween Drum & Bass night
Alternate Apocalypse are back for another heavyweight Halloween party! They’re cramming the artist talent into theTrinity once again for a monstrous knees up. An intense visual experience will also be served up courtesy of an eye-popping, full-venue light show!

Fancy dress highly recommended. Best costume wins guest list to our November party (TBC).

Last year’s Apocalypse show sold out 3 weeks in advance

– LINE UP –

DJ Marky & GQ
Ivy Lab
Ulterior Motive
T>I
Ill Truth
Sam Binary
+ Special Guest:

Remidy / Siege / Medic / Bluejay

Please note this is a standing event

27/10/2018 22:00 to 05:00

TICKET PRICE – £10 / £14 / £18.50 adv + bf

AGE LIMIT – 18 +

Natty – 10th Anniversary

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Natty – 10th Anniversary
Celebrating 10 years since entering the music scene with his first album, ‘Man Like I’
Plus Special Guests

San Francisco born, London raised artist Natty is a treasured icon of the UK’s music scene. Celebrating his 10 year anniversary since exploding onto the scene in 2008 with his debut album ‘Man Like I’, Natty and his band the Rebelship has been busy remixing old classics and creating new tracks for a Limited Edition package to be released this September followed by a 20 date UK Tour in November.
Tickets go live Friday 13th July

Please note this is a standing event

https://www.3ca.org.uk/whats-on/2018/natty
22/11/2018  Starts 19:00 to 23:00

TICKET PRICE – £15 adv + bf
AGE LIMIT – 14 + (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)

Teachings In Dub

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Bristol No1 Dub, Reggae & Roots night
2 SOUNDS, 1 ARENA

Direct from Leeds the Vanguard of dub
IRATION STEPPAS
Playing Dubz Inna Year 3000 Style

MEETS

Sheffield’s heavyweight
SINAI SOUND
With full crew

For those who don’t know, Chef (founder of Sinai Sound System) served his apprenticeship with Iration Steppas, travelling the country and learning the ropes of soundsystem. He’s since gone on to form his own sound with a dedicated team and over the past few years Sinai has become one of the main players at festivals and dances throughout the country and beyond, crossing genres and always guaranteeing the highest quality. They’ve just got back from powering the Subdub arena at Outlook Festival and are literally the talk of the scene right now. We feel it’s the ideal time for them to step up and face-to-face with their teacher in the Teachings arena! Iration Steppas need little introduction, favourites at TID they hail from Leeds and are the 20 year strong Subdub residents. They’ve been mashing up dances since 1990 with their trademark ‘year 3000’ style of dubs and are without doubt one of the best roots sounds in the world.

‘Caution: excessive sound levels’ – earplugs are available at the bar for 50p

19/10/2018 22:00 to  05:00

TICKET PRICE £11 / £16.50 adv + bf
AGE LIMIT – 18 +

Hidden Orchestra

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Hidden Orchestra – Electronic jazz quartet

Hidden Orchestra is the ever-changing brainchild of multi-talented composer/producer Joe Acheson. Dark, beguiling textures layer with cinematic vistas and driving percussion in this “psychedelic, lush, sweeping and groovy hybrid.” (The Skinny).

Their latest, “terrifically atmospheric” (Steve Lamacq) release builds recorded birdsong into an immersive soundscape. Filling Trinity with an unforgettable sonic bath, this will be a treat for fans of Cinematic Orchestra, Portishead and Steve Reich.

Plus support TBA

This is a standing Colston Hall Presents show at Trinity Centre

On sale Tuesday 21st August at 10am

03/12/2018
Starts 19:30 to 23:00

TICKET PRICE – £15 +bf

AGE LIMIT – 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied)

St Pauls Carnival returns in 2018 – Where all 20 sound systems and stages will be

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St Pauls Carnival returns in 2018 for its 50th anniversary since the first carnival in 1968. This iconic Bristol event represents the best of Afro-Caribbean culture, as well as the diversity, creativity and vibrancy of its home city, Bristol.

At the heart of carnival is our masquerade procession with highly ornate and colourful costumes and floats from local schools and cultural associations, a stage for professional performers, sound systems in neighbouring streets and a range of stalls selling food from a wide range of cultures.

DO REMEMBER SATURDAY 7TH JULY 2018
ST PAULS CARNIVAL BRISTOL
NEGUS MELODY SOUND
WINKWORTH PLACE BS2 8XT

St Pauls Carnival makes its triumphant return, excitement is reaching fever pitch.

One of the key factors of Saturday’s huge 50th anniversary celebration will be the musical offering, with sound systems and stages playing a major and very loud part in it.

The event itself will run from noon to 10pm, with the procession starting on Wilson Street and finishing at St Paul’s Sports Centre.

In total there will be a whopping 20 different sound systems and stages for people to enjoy on July 7, with each one showcasing a different sound, as well as a few areas designed for children and families.
There will be 10 PA systems and speaker stacks in people’s gardens and on various streets, along with seven stages in parks and open spaces
While carnival has historically featured predominantly Jamaican sounds with a hefty offering of dub and reggae, this year the committee has decided to diversify and add other genres into the mix, which means people can expect to hear a huge array of different sounds including Soca, Salsa, Dancehall and drum & bass, too.
Stages

Where all 20 sound systems and stages will be

Windrush stage @ The Learning Centre
Unity stage @ St Pauls Park
World dance stage @ Brunswick Square
Mandala’s Hideaway @ St Agnes Park

Sound systems

Bristol Showcase @ City Road
Excalibur @ City Road
Maasai Warrior @ Hepburn Road
Unique Star @ City Road
Malcom X Rising Stars/ Who Cares @ Malcom X Centre
Passion Radio @ Albany Green
Invasion @ Grosvenor Road Triangle
As it is TV @ Davey Street
Negus Melody @ Winkworth Place
Qualitex Sound @ Newfoundland Road
Jah Tubbys @ Argyle Road
Bassi @ Wilder Street
Ghetto Force @ Portland Square
Soul to Soul Gospel @ Upper York Street
Coalition Sound
Bristol Collective

For more information on St Paul’s Carnival, visit its website