Category: Bristol 2019

Africa Writes 2019 – Bristol

Africa Writes 2019 – Bristol Friday 28th June – Thursday 4th July Venues across the city, including Malcolm X Community Centre, The Cube, Foyles,  Wickham Theatre and Waterstones From Friday 28 June – Thursday 4 July we’ll be celebrating contemporary…

The End 101: Finishing That Creative Piece

The End 101: Finishing That Creative Piece Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 11:30 – 13:30 FREE: Registration required Creative writing success relies on talent, work ethic individuality, but at times even on…

Creatively Producing Literature

Creatively Producing Literature Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 11:30 – 13:30 FREE: Registration required A workshop for aspiring creatives with an interest in working with words. Lily Green, lead artist and director…

A Fun ABC: Family Workshop

A Fun ABC: Family Workshop Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 13:30 – 15:30 FREE Come on a super-fun adventure with Sade Fadipe! This drop-in creatively educational, storytelling workshop is set around her…

Books Make Music, Music Makes Books

Books Make Music, Music Makes Books Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 14:00 – 15:30 FREE Join Nadifa Mohamed and Hanna Ali, two of the most exciting voices shaping Somali-British writing, for a…

Room Size x RadioBook Rwanda

Room Size x RadioBook Rwanda Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 16:45 – 19:45 FREE The Experience A unique experience using cutting-edge virtual reality technology, this collaboration between RadioBook Rwanda and interactive audio…

Mother Tongues: Literary Translation & Publishing

Mother Tongues: Literary Translation & Publishing Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 15:45 – 16:45 FREE Moving conversations about African literature beyond the map of English, Zaahida Nabagereka in conversation with Victoria Adukwei…

New Daughters of Africa

New Daughters of Africa Saturday 29 June, Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 17:00 – 18: 30 FREE Sharmaine Lovegrove chairs a conversation with editor Margaret Busby and contributors Namwali Serpell, Leone Ross and Ros Martin…

Tjawangwa Dema: The Careless Seamstress

Tjawangwa Dema: The Careless Seamstress Malcolm X Community Centre, 141 City Rd, Bristol BS2 8YH 18:45 – 19:30 FREE Winner of the 2018 Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poetry, Bristol-based Motswana poet Tjawangwa Dema launches her new collection The…