July 2015

Street Party!July 29, 2015

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Join us for our annual street party! We love to champion our local creative community, and our annual Street Party celebrates the best in local music, food, drink, arts and crafts.

Listen to some of the best in local live music with acts from our youth programme The Project and more, taste some delicious local ales and beers from Little Beer Co. pop-up bar, try your hand at some crafting for beginners; and much more to be revealed.

+JUMBLE & BRIC-A-BRAC STALLS+RAFFLE+LIVE MUSIC+FOOD+CRAFT ALES+WORKSHOPS+

LIVE MUSIC
Gold Phoenix
Trevorโ€™s Head
A Spy From Moscow
Acts TBA from our youth music programme The Project

STALLS
Little Beer Co. Pop-Up Bar
Vintage VW Tea Room
Secondhand clothing & Bric-A-Brac Thrift Stalls
More TBA

If youโ€™re a local musician, designer-maker, baker, jumble sale aficionado, community group, we want to hear from you! Drop toni@theboileroom.net for more details on how to be involved in this celebration of our local community.

 

Kickback ComedyJuly 27, 2015

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Check out the new teaser trailer for our monthly Comedy night from the talented Kickback Comedy – a bellyful of laughs guaranteed on entry, this show always sells out so be sure to grab your tickets for their next show on 5th September quick! Find out more at www.kickbackcomedy.com

 

 

What Is Your Activism?July 8, 2015

WEB What Is Your Activism? Flyer

Coming up this July, we’re collaborating with Bad Mouth on a series of workshops discussing activism and personal politics.

Over the course of five workshops, participants will discuss their ideas of what activism is, what kind of activism they are personally involved / interested in and what their personal politics are – whether it’s simply buying organic food as and when they can or chaining themselves to railings at protests every weekend!

The sessions will involve group discussion, talks from guest activists and artists, arts and crafts workshops, a trip to a radical political zine archive and research into local political history, amongst other things.

As a group we will be thinking about collective work and action and what we can learn from each other.

There will be an introductory session on Wednesday 15th July; where we will discuss the issues that are most important to us. We will then programme the following sessions based on the interests of the group.

If you would like to attend, please drop lydia@theboileroom.net an email. If possible, please include some information on why you are interested in attending, and your particular areas of interest within activism.

Spaces are limited so please book in early to avoid missing out!

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