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Join us at Kosar Contemporary on 21st Oct for our next DIY Arts network open meeting. Open to anyone working in Bristol’s arts & cultural sector.

Led by the all-powerful Gamemaster, our heroes will search for treasure, battle deadly foes, and struggle against evil to save the world!

Written and performed by Toby Thompson, I Wish I was a Mountain uses rhyme, live music, and just a smattering of metaphysical philosophy to boldly re-imagine Herman Hesse’s classic fairy-tale.

Join you host Harry Allmark for a mad comedy night featuring a whole selection of stupendous stand-up, crazy clowning, kooky characters, impressive improv and strange sketches.

The film and television industry is now a significant part of the local economy and it is growing. But how does it work? who does what, how are locations found? Our speaker at this event, Rob Champion, is a film and television location manager and former Bristol City Council Film Officer. Rob specialises in TV drama and, as well as telling us about his experiences in this area, he will give an overview of the current film and television industry in Bristol. He will also cover how film and television locations are found, the dealing with owners, what is important in selecting a location and much more. Rob Champion studied Architecture in Bristol before moving into the film industry. He has worked on many well known movies and TV series both as location manager and as production manager

On a dark and stormy night, an original classic horror play is created based entirely on your suggestions. An evening of murder, mayhem and making it up on the spot.

Forget your mundane everyday and step inside an inflatable dome, an immersive dance experience by Neon Dance in which barriers between artist and audience are removed.

A joyful and moving musical portrait of the nineteenth century’s greatest show-biz legend, ‘Barnum’ is a colourful, dynamic spectacle full of circus, side-show legends, toe-tapping songs and immense heart.

No Idea is a mischievous look at where we were then, and where we are now. Part-verbatim theatre, part-confessional, part-comedy sketch show, with a touch of singing and dancing – these are the adventures of two friends in search of a story.

The Antics Joke Show celebrates October with a typically hilarious mix of stand-up, sketch and improvised comedy.

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