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BEAF 2019 BOURNEMOUTH EMERGING ARTS FRINGE FESTIVAL

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The new arts event for summer 2019 Experience free lunar-inspired events across Dorset that are out of this world!

28 — 30 JUNE

5—7 JULY

12 — 14 JULY

CENTRAL GARDENS BOURNEMOUTH

SHERBORNE ABBEY SHERBORNE

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We are really excited to invite you to this year’s BEAF Festival. We’re sure you will be amazed and proud to discover such a talented, enterprising and creative community right on your doorstep! The BEAF Festival reflects the stories, the culture and the communities that make up our unique location of urban setting and awardwinning seafront. Discover events, exhibitions,

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Image credit: Culture Liverpool, photograph by

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Gareth Jones at Liverpoon Cathedral.

film screenings, workshops and more in unique spaces and places right across the nine days of the festival. Thanks to our funding partners we have been able to offer over 40 newly commissioned projects, many created in collaboration with local groups, young people and residents from our community. We continue our commitment to supporting new start-ups with our emerging artists commissions and also open the doors to everyone to take part through our open submissions category. Most events are free; we look forward to seeing you there!

Part of the exhibition preview trail Images: cover photo © Ashley Peevor; this page: 2018 BEAF Street Festival © Rob Amey 3


CONTAINERS & STREET ART BEAF FESTIVAL PROGRAMME The festival Bank Holiday weekend kicks off with events at Bournemouth Natural Science Society, on the beach and other unusual locations. We offer you a chance to meet the artists at the exhibitions preview trail and the after party at Chaplin’s. Sunday night the BEAF Film Festival takes place at Shelley Theatre and on Bank Holiday Monday festivities continue with the BEAF Street Festival. Come and play on the pianos, listen to buskers and musicians on the streets or join in a workshop! Finally, the closing weekend includes a family event, Art in the Park at Churchill Gardens.

Don’t miss our roaming sketcher, Sarah L Goy, who will be recording events and sharing her images daily via social media. So if you have a sketchbook come along to the group meet ups or post your images online. Look out for / use the hash tag #sketchconnect.

Images: Rimski & Handkerchief 2018 BEAF Street Festival © Rob Amey; drawings © Sarah L Goy 4

Creating bold outdoor artworks BEAF has commissioned a number of artists to colour the streets of Boscombe and invites you to take part! Miroslav Lucan Pavement Artwork Commencing Monday 29 April Known for his characteristic graphic style of street art, Czech artist Miroslav Lucan will be inviting everyone to get involved in a large pavement artwork both before and during the festival. Details of how to get involved visit the website or just turn up. The Coffee Cup Project Community Street Artwork Sat 4 – Mon 6 May The team who ran the incredible Coffee Cup Project last year will be found on the Boscombe Precinct creating artworks for everyone to join

in. See them over the Opening Bank Holiday Weekend. Krishna Malla Shipping Container Artist Krishna Malla will be creating a massive image across a double-height shipping container, to be used as a pop-up exhibition space throughout the festival. Arts University Bournemouth Architecture Department Bringing two pop-up mini containers to add to the temporary exhibition spaces on the precinct. One container will be full of art made from matchboxes! Produced by Foundation Students from AUB Expect to see other impromptu art events happening on the precinct – call in at our information point by the Police Box for a daily schedule.

Photo: Miroslav Lucan, 2018 BEAF festival container painting © Rob Amey

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BANK HOLIDAY OPENING WEEKEND SAT 4 MAY– MON 6 MAY

....AND LURKING IN BOURNEMOUTH NATURAL SCIENCE SOCIETY’S GARDENS

Events at Bournemouth Natural Science Society 39 Christchurch Rd Bournemouth BH1 3NS Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS) joins BEAF for the opening weekend of the festival; a great opportunity to visit their unique collection of natural history, including rocks, fossils and dinosaur footprints; birds, butterflies and bugs; even an Egyptian mummy! Join us for free workshops, walks, insect hunt, talks and drawing trees.

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Museums are traditionally places of silence. Artefacts displayed in glass cases become objects of quiet visual contemplation, even though sound is a central feature of our culture and society. To tell the story of modern science, we therefore need to make more of a noise! Ecoacoustics is an emerging interdisciplinary field that lies at the interface of art and science. Come and explore this fascinating discipline!

Performance programme of live and pre-recorded sound works (1pm – 4pm) Artists will be exploring environmental change through ecoacoustic approaches,broadcast via radio headphones. Supported by Bournemouth University, Goldsmiths, University of London, Bournemouth Natural Science Society,DIVAcontemporary STUDIO and electricbackroom.

Sat 4 & Sun 5 May 10am – 4pm What happens when evolution meets pollution? Unknown giant plastic insects have been spotted in the local area. UFP scientists and entomologists have already been called on site but they need your assistance in their classification effort: come and help identify them! Protective gear provided. facebook.com/UrbanFurniturePerspective

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Sat 4 & Sun 5 May 10am – 4pm

Workshops (10am – 12.30pm) Join in to SoundWalks and practical introduction to sound recording and editing. Booking essential: https://tinyurl.com/y5abc4fo

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Museum of Ecoacoustic Phenomena Adrian Newton – Marcus Leadley – David Rogers – Ambrose Seddon

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Mutant Insect Hunt Urban Furniture Perspective (UFP)

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S Susan Cunningham

Sun 5 May 10am – 4pm workshop 1.30-3.30pm B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S is about celebrating the diversity of trees in Bournemouth. Susan will be employing ideas and techniques from the Western tradition of 18th and 19th century landscape painting. You are invited to come and see her outside at work, drawing and painting ... whatever the weather! Workshop for adults and older children 14+

Interactive sound installations (10am – 4pm) Listen to the sounds of Dorset ecosystems that will be transformed in response to visitors’ movements. 6

Images: Mutant Insect Hunt © Dave Hann; B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S © Susan Cunninagham

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EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS IN THE SOVEREIGN CENTRE

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EXHIBITIONS AND PREVIEW TRAIL Exhibitions run throughout the festival. Everyone is invited to join us for the PREVIEW TRAIL on Saturday 4 May from 6 – 8pm and meet the artists behind the work. As you walk round Boscombe look out for the characters created by Jake Trickett. If you can spot 10 you win a prize! Pick up a PREVIEW TRAIL leaflet with the full details or visit our website www.b-e-a-f.co.uk

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Jake Trickett Hunt the Art!

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After working in the film industry in London for many years as a set builder and painter for TV programmes including the satirical show Spitting Image, Jake moved back to his home town of Boscombe.  His current work records the many people that make up the diverse and multicultural community of Boscombe.  Characters from his

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artwork can be found in and around the Boscombe precinct. You can photo Jake’s artworks or pick up an art hunt leaflet at the info point next to the Police Box and claim your prize!

Image © Jake Trickett

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Night Garden Workshop Space Jonathon Love & Lisa Davies

Bubble Bo Peep Lisa Davies

Sat 4 –Thurs 9 May 12pm – 5pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

Sharing the Night Garden Workshop Space Sat 4 & Mon 6 May performances 12pm & 3pm Families and Children 10 and under booking essential: https://bit.ly/2U4iFPq

A beautiful light and sensory experience created by Night Garden. The team have been re-planting, potting and collecting some of the rarest species of psychedelic plant life, to make a magical community garden.

Bubble Bo Peep has lost her sheep and doesn’t know where to find them … leave them alone and they’ll follow the foam, bringing their friends behind them.

An immersive and mesmerising showcase, for all ages and abilities to experience. Daily events include workshops with Squidge and Pop, a family rave, storytelling, a choir and live music. Special events include an autism dance morning and a PMLD sensory experience. On Wed 8 May, the magical Treehouse Theatre are hosting their Gingerbread Man Show.

People flock together mesmerized by the marvellous giant bubble spectacle. Bubble Bo Peep will dazzle audiences with her illuminated LED dress and her big bubble making crook. Along with her sheep, Bubble Bo Peep will host an immersive indoor show and workshops, performing a variety of bubble tricks including bubble chains, smoke bubbles and square bubbles. She even has the magic tools to put people into her magnificent humungous bubbles! Programme of activities see board in Sovereign Centre and b-e-a-f.co.uk Photos © Nick Caro (left) and Luis Arnold (right)

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Laura Eldret explores social forms by looking at how and why groups of people gather. She is increasingly interested in the physical spaces and places that social interactions take place. As real-time communal social interactions become increasingly

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Events and performances will happen throughout, please visit www.b-e-a-f.co.uk for more info.

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A two-person exhibition considering ideas of sensory perception, ritualised acts and feelings of “wellbeing”.

Tony Spencer’s work is an enquiry into the human connections to intangible energy through sound, sacred sites and ritual. Cube is a sculpture crafted from reclaimed wooden pallets and an ultrablack internal space, designed to stimulate our sensory perceptions. During the festival Spencer, a qualified sound healer, invites audiences to participate in vocal sound healing.

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Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

rarefied, what are the qualities that make these unique and meaningful?

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ACTS Laura Eldret and Tony Spencer

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Topia Lottie Lashley

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Rejected Substances Morven Shortt

Sat 4 – Mon 6 May & Sat 11 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

What world are we living in today? A dystopia or utopia? Lottie Lashley’s video art brings into focus these opposing themes. Lottie has explored and been fascinated by these extremes for many years and hopes to change the viewers perception of the world at this transformative exhibition.

Rejected Substances is a collection of installation pieces made from dust and tumble drier fluff, which have been compressed in epoxy resin. Discarded materials are transformed into beautiful, tactile, and expressive installations. Out of rejection a new possibility emerged. The beauty within.

BEAF Emerging Artist Commission

BEAF Emerging Artist Commission MA Fine Art Exhibition Sharing the space with Morven Shortt will be an exhibition of work from the MA Fine Art students from Arts University Bournemouth, including installation, video, painting and sculpture.

www.tony-spencer.com www.lauraeldret.com

Image: Cube © Tony Spencer

Images: Topia © Lottie Lashley Rejected Substances © Morven Shortt

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EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS IN OTHER LOCATIONS

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Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Royal Arcade 566 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT

KIWI Sophie Wilkinson

Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 10am – 5pm Boscombe Library 32 Hawkwood Rd Boscombe BH5 1BY

This installation consists of a series of ‘trees’ constructed from shredded waste paper and cardboard tubes. The making of the ’trees’ is a low-tech labourintensive devotion that celebrates the potential transformation of the seemingly mundane. The modest household detritus becomes, in this instance, something playful and optimistic.

A short dance film choreographed, directed and edited by Sophie Wilkinson, a graduating third-year AUB BA (Hons) Dance student. This film features dancer Abigail Johns and is based around self-expression through an art form and libraries becoming more than just the expected. This piece showcases contemporary choreography with a theatrical edge. Collaborations on this project include Creative Writing, Dance, Make-up, Photography and MA Photography courses at the Arts University Bournemouth, alongside Talbot Heath School. Video: Isacc Confue; Photos: Tom Beck, MaryJane Meteyard; Make-up: Caitlin Ross; Writing: Lagan Purdy BEAF Emerging Artist Commission

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All venues kindly provided by the Sovereign Centre

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Try make a connection with the other exhibits using just your eyes. You might even get a rare glimpse of one of the shy inhabitants of the museum…

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There is very little known about the U.M.M. other than it is an inter-dimensional museum that is home to exhibits from distant places, and strange worlds, some artefacts, some ideas, all curious. Peer in to explore the artefacts and wonders, and let your eyes become part of the exhibition.

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This performance, choreographed by AUB Dance degree student Olivia Coogan, is a Contemporary and Irish Dance fusion piece, re-telling the story of The Harp of Dagda, one of the oldest Irish folklore stories and the tale of the battles between the Tuatha de Danann and the Fomorians. The aim is to bring to life the art of Irish dance, using contemporary dance, as well as the athleticism of the dance genre.

Forest Demeter Dykes

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Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

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Sat 4 May 4.30pm & 6.30pm Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX

The Unnatural Mystery Museum (U.M.M.) Ben Irwin

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The Harp of Dagda Olivia Coogan

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Images: The Harp of Dagda © Thomas Edgell, The Unnatural Mystery Museum © Ben Irwin

Images: Forest © Demeter Dykes; Dance Film © Isacc Confue. Model: Abigail Johns

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Richard Sanz at Richer Sounds Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm daily Richer Sounds 545 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AH See the work of animator Richard Sanz displayed on a TV at high street electrical retailer Richer Sounds. www.richardsanz.com

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The Analogue Hermit Language, Timothy!

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Sat 4 May 6pm - 8pm Sun 5 & Mon 6 May 12pm - 5pm Performances on the hour Royal Arcade 566 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT Don’t miss this rare opportunity to observe an ancient Ornamental Hermit who, since his relocation from The Lumsden Estate, has found solace and purpose in collecting found photographs, films and audio recordings.

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GET INVOLVED is a large scale optical illusion installation using the technique known as tricenorama.

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Sat 4 - Sun 12 May 24 hrs Shop window next to O2 Academy 570 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BH

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GET INVOLVED Richard Sanz & Lisa Moro

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As We Sea It Moose Skate Shop

Your tour guide will be on-hand to share the Hermit’s legend as you witness the Hermit create a unique audio-visual experience for your entertainment.

Sat 4 May 6pm – 9pm Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd Boscombe

Ornamental Hermits became popular in the 18th century as a source of amusement for the wealthy. Come and see how our local Hermit is settling into his latest new home.

An exciting live performance that offers spectators a glimpse into the artistic side of skateboard culture.

Performances last approximately 20 minutes.

Moment Sarah Hough Sat 4 May; Tue 7 – Sat 11 May 10.30 – 6pm, daily (closed 5 & 6 May) Lighthouse Poole’s Centre for the Arts 21 Kingland Rd Poole BH15 1UG What would it feel like to be free of distraction and completely immersed in a moment, in a landscape? This exhibition places the visitor at the heart of large-scale 3D paintings and projected drawings, created as a response to nearby Shard Point, Brownsea Island, Poole Harbour. www.sarahhough.com

“Our riders will perform tricks on the specially created sculpture alongside 3D Projection; we invite you on a visual journey through our local landscape as we see it.” Produced by Darwin, Tom, Nik and Flynn. Images: The Analogue Hermit © Language, Timothy!; Moment image courtesy of The Arts Development Company |photo © Matt Austin

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Clash is an all-day art battle that pits 24 local artists toe to toe in a series of live art contests judged by a panel of soon to be revealed creatives and set against a background of live music bought to you by Bournemouth’s own Lo Key Collective.

You are invited to spend a period of quiet reflection and contemplation whilst witnessing the artist, Carrie Mason, create a drawing using candle wax and red wine at St Andrew’s Church.

The final round will launch the BEAF After Party at 8pm. Come and cheer the finalists on as they pitch their art against each other for the ultimate prize!

The performance will start at 6.30pm and last approximately one hour. You are welcome to attend the whole performance or drop in for a few moments of calm.

Whether you are taking part yourself, know someone who is or are just in the area be sure to swing by and check us out!

The drawing can be viewed at the Church during the festival on Mon, Tue, Wed and Thu (10am -12 noon) and Mon and Wed (2-4pm) Drawing workshop with Carrie Mon 6 May 2pm - 4pm 18years+ booking https://bit.ly/2WIRi0O

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Sat 4 May 6pm – 8pm St Andrew’s Church Florence Road Boscombe BH5 1HJ

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Sat 4 May 2pm – 8pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG

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Silentia - Live drawing performance Carrie Mason

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Clash: A Live Art Competition Jack Walker

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Bernadette Russell Sign of the Times THE TOYS ARE REVOLTING

Sat 4 & 6 May drop in workshops Sat 4 - Sun 12 May exhibition 12pm – 5pm Boscombe Centre for Contemporary Art Police Box Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT The BCCA opens its doors again with a programme curated by artist Stuart Semple who launched BCCA with his exhibition, It’s OK to ask me if I am not OK’ at the 2018 BEAF Festival. Stuart’s first curated project is with writer, storyteller and performer Bernadette Russell. The Toys are Revolting invites children and their families to think about the ways they’d change the world if they could. Drop-in workshops at the INFORMATION HUB, by the Police Box. We’re asking all visitors to donate unwanted toys (teddies or dolls). The toys will be used to hold placards created during the workshops, bearing the hopes of the children of Boscombe.

www.carrie-mason.com

Talk Stuart Semple and Bernadette Russell Art for the People Sun 5 May 2pm Old School House Gladstone Rd Boscombe BH5 7GB Booking essential https://bit.ly/2OtWIUB Since 2008 Stuart has been creating award winning public art around the world, using it as an action towards the greater public good and social change. The premise of this work is simple, to test the idea that art in public space could help to connect us and make us feel happier. Bernadette is also a big fan of taking action, seen in projects like Sign of the Times and in her performance and community social action work. Join them for this Sunday afternoon slot for debate, discussion and cake. “Sign of the Times” created by Bernadette Russell and Rob Kennedy based on Bernadette’s book “Be The Change Make It Happen.” www.bernadetterussell.com Workshops held in schools in Boscombe add to the exhibition. www.bernadetterussell.com

The toys and placards will be on display throughout the festival and donated to charity afterwards.

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Silentia © Carrie Mason

Image Stuart Semple © Hattie Miles

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Read Between the Lines Local Contemporary Artists, organised by Flo Drayson

Brave Bold Drama presents Alf the Highwayman

Makers and Shapers Woodside Studios

The Factory Shop Spring Exhibition

Sat 4 May 10.30am & 1pm (60mins) Boscombe Library 32 Hawkwood Rd Bournemouth BH5 1BY Adults/Children £6 in advance or £7.50 otd. Booking: ticketsignite. com/event/942/alf-thehighwayman

Sat 4 & Sun 5 May 10am – 5pm Woodside Studios 19-21 Woodside Rd Bournemouth BH5 2BA

Sat 4 May 6.00pm – 9pm The Factory Shop 779 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH7 6AW

Making and Shaping at Woodside Studios explores the tactile surface and process of making in diverse forms.

A Spring-themed private view event, showcasing the latest artisan products available at The Factory Shop. Everyone is welcome, and refreshments will be provided! The Factory Shop is part studio space and part shop, where you’ll find an eclectic array of handmade and local artisan products and prints. thefactoryshop.co

Alf has an eye for other people’s belongings. He snatches and grabs without a care. It’s time for him to learn there are better ways to play! Full of original songs & plenty of joining in, a show for all the family! “An exceptional show.” Vault Festival 2019

An interactive and inclusive multimedia exhibition from the artists at Woodside Studios, including work with clay, paper, glass, silver, paint, printmaking, found objects, audio and digital media.

Mon 1 – Sat 18 May 9.30am 7pm weekdays 9.30am - 1pm Saturdays Southbourne Library 118 Seabourne Rd Bournemouth BH5 2HY An exhibition of 10 contemporary artworks by local artists to complement Southbourne Library’s new collection of contemporary art books for adults and children. The exhibition is being delivered alongside our Libraries Connected Culture offer in order to make local contemporary culture more accessible.

Fractal Arts and Maths Dome Science Zone

AUB Dance Forward Festival

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S Susan Cunningham

Sat 4 – Mon 6 May; 11 – 12 May 11am – 4pm Science Zone Royal Arcade Boscombe BH1 4BT £2 per activity

Sat 4 May 12pm – 2pm Arts University Bournemouth Wallisdown BH12 5HH FREE

Sat 4 May 10am – 4pm Garden at The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum workshop 2.30pm - 4.30pm East Cliff Promenade Bournemouth BH1 3AA

Fractals is the spectacular, awardwinning full dome planetarium show that takes viewers on a tour of the fractals in nature and zooms through art, maths and science fractals. In the Mall in the Royal Arcade, Science Zone is setting up art workshops and dome shows to learn about fractals in nature. www.fractaldome.co.uk

Celebrating their final major project work, 3rd year AUB Dance students offer an afternoon of film and live performance. Showcasing a variety of individual briefs, Dance Forward Festival will provide an insight into the work of AUB’s soon to be graduates. https://tinyurl.com/ danceforward

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S is about celebrating the diversity of trees in Bournemouth. Susan will be employing ideas and techniques from the Western tradition of 18th and 19th century landscape painting. You are invited to come and see her outside at work, drawing and painting ... whatever the weather. Workshop for adults and older children, 14+ Booking: russellcotes.com/ event/beaf2019/

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Alf the Highwayman © Steve Gregson

Images: Read Between the Lines © Florence Drayson; Fractal Arts and Maths Dome © Neil Carrington; AUB Dance Forward Festival © redManhattan; B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S © Susan Cunningham

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Creative Writing Workshops Kerry Laws Sat 4 May & Sat 11 May 2pm – 5pm Bournemouth Library 22 The Triangle Bournemouth BH2 5RQ Cost: £5 Calling all young creatives aged 11- 16, you are invited to tap into your imagination and tell your stories. This workshop will guide you through the essential toolkit used by professional authors to write all of your favourite stories. The Write Place Kerry Laws Sat 4 May & Sat 11 May 2pm – 5pm Bournemouth Library as above £10 /£8 18+ A creative writing workshop for writers of all styles, genres, and abilities. Beginners welcome. This session will focus on the foundations of beginning a new story, with writing prompts, group exercises and planning. thewriteplace.co

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Life Drawing Workshop Trish Jubb Sat 4 May 10am – 4pm Parkstone Baptist Church 11 Loch Rd Parkstone Bournemouth BH14 9EX £30 + £10 deposit. Pre-booking required please email trish@trishart.co.uk 18+ only A whole day of Life Drawing for all abilities. One-to-one help available. Poses of various lengths. Boards, paper and some materials available but feel free to bring materials and easel. Refreshments provided but bring your lunch. trishvisualarts.weebly.com

Glass Mosaic Bowl Workshop Rebecca Newnham & Gaby Kienle Sat 4; Wed 8 May 10am – 1pm Artspace Studio 44 Southwood Bournemouth BH6 3QB £45 including materials and refreshments. To book email gabykthompson@ gmail.com This workshop will teach you how to create a unique glass mosaic bowl, with expert tuition from Glass Sculptor, Rebecca Newnham and Glass Designer, Gaby Kienle. After an introduction to the art of mosaic and a demonstration of glasscutting, you are then free to choose your colours from a selection of handmade enamelled glass to create your 30cm diameter bowl.

Creative Kids Arts Education Centre Open Day & Workshops Unit 5 Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX Sat 4 May 12pm - 4pm Family Open Day Pop in and find out about upcoming events, membership and taking part. Sun 5 May 2pm -4pm Stop Motion Animation Workshop £20 Tickets https://bit. ly/2CEkZTj The Barter House B-E-A-F. M-E-E-T Point

The Chicken Conga The Jimmy Hillbillies

Live Music Party Night with JEMIMA

Sat 4 May 9pm Poole Hill Brewery 41-43 Poole Hill Bournemouth BH2 5PW

Sat 4 May 9pm – 11pm The Overcliff Pub, 29 East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth BH1 3AG (Free Car Parking) FREE - all ages welcome

Come join us and set a new record for the world’s largest Chicken Conga. The Jimmy Hillbillies will be hosting a family friendly hoedown party and at its heart, we’ll be looking to break the record! facebook.com/ TheJimmyHillbillies

Celebrate live music with rock/pop duo JEMIMA. Book a table to enjoy the food menus followed by acoustic entertainment to start the festival.

Light Up Your Imagination Karl Dawson Sat 4 – Sat 11 May 7.30pm – 10pm Boscombe High Street Sovereign Centre Royal Arcade A visual arts display using projectors to enhance objects big and small, from buildings to a door or window. this will light up your imagination coastalprojections.com

All ages welcome and a night not to be missed if you love music.

Unit 4 Sovereign Centre 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX Sat 4 May 12pm - 8pm Sun 5 May 12pm - 5pm Exhibition Jethro Wilson

Images: Writing Workshops © Negative Space; Life Drawing Workshop © Trish Jubb / Mike Lofthouse; Glass Mosaic Bowl Workshop © David Bird

Meet the artist and view exhibition of illustrations by Jethro Wilson. jethrowilson.com

Images: Creative Kids © Jethro Wilson; JEMIMA © Suzy Wheeler

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HIGHLIGHT ON PHOTOGRAPHY CURATED BY GALLERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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FLY Tim Edgar

Launching during BEAF, Gallery of Photography Bournemouth is the brand new centre for contemporary photography. Running exhibitions, workshops and artist talks, it celebrates the diverse photographic practise across the community and is the latest vibrant and creative hub to emerge on the South Coast. #GOPB galleryofphotographybournemouth.com Silent Print Auction Sat 4 – Fri 10 May 10am – 4pm Old School House Gladstone Rd Boscombe BH7 5GB Come and be part of the Gallery of Photography Bournemouth’s silent print auction and bag yourself some incredible photography. Get your bids in before 6pm on Friday 10 May.

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Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 10am – 4pm, Pointhouse Studios 802a Christchurch Road Boscombe BH7 6DD The series FLY continues Tim Edgar’s ongoing interest in the natural history of the everyday, the overlooked spectacle of the creatures that surround us. The photographs capture a moment of stillness in the busy urban environment. FLY will be available at Pointhouse Studios as an Artist’s Book and represented through installation.

Contemporary Art Practice and the Everyday Artists Talk by Tim Edgar & Demeter Dykes Tue 7 May 7pm – 9pm The Old School House Gladstone Mews, Gladstone Rd Bournemouth BH7 6BG Just over 100 years ago Duchamp’s famous ‘Readymades’ such as Bicycle Wheel and Fountain (1917) moved art practice into a new dimension. Since then many artists have used the everyday, related materials and contexts to inform their work. Against this historical backdrop the artists will discuss their recent works FLY and Forest (see page 13) within the context of the everyday and associated environmental issues.

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Fabricate Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm, daily Royal Arcade 566 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT fabricate /fabrɪkeɪt/ verb 1. Invent, create, in order to deceive A collective of emerging artists who are pushing photography to its conceptual limits. An exhibition of work from BA Photography students from Arts University Bournemouth

I Was Standing In A Place Tom Woodroffe

Analogue Photography Attila Pasek Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 10am – 4pm The Factory Studios 107a Haviland Rd BH7 6HJ

Sat 4 - Sun 12 May 12pm– 5pm Royal Arcade 566 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT I Was Standing in A Place is a body of work that is dealing with the artist’s own coming of age and documents the past few years of his life. “The work is a celebration of the joys, absurdities and romances of the world that I inhabit and the people that are a part of it. I hope for the project to inspire people to celebrate and remember that within every day there is something worth remembering and cherishing.”

The Factory Studios will be exhibiting a selection of Attila Pasek’s photographs in their gallery space. All pictures are made with analogue photographic processes and will be alongside workshops from the photographer, himself. attilapasekphotography.com

God Has No Favourites Lauren Forster Sat 4 - Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Royal Arcade 566 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BT An intimate photographic series that explores the artist’s response to her Mother’s diagnosis of secondary brain cancer through until her death on the 17th August 2018. Despite the subject being intensely personal, the images transcend this and speak of a universal narrative about love, family, loss, strength and fragility. Lauren Forster is a portrait and documentary photographer whose work addresses sociological issues and explores the human condition. www.laurenforster.com

The British Watershed Line Jason Bascombe Sat 4 – Sun 12 May 10am – 5pm The Crooked Book 725 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH7 6AQ Throughout the undulating terrain of Britain runs an invisible line that acutely divides the country’s rainfall and shapes the landscape we have today. The British Watershed Line is a reclusive geographical wonder that signifies the point where rainfall will feed the west or the east and eventually flow into either the Atlantic or North Sea. Jason Bascombe is a landscape photographer based in Bournemouth who photographs with a propensity towards the geography and geology of the land.

All exhibition spaces in the Royal Arcade generously provided by Mr Butterworth Arnewood Estates Ltd

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Photos © Fabricate; Tom Woodroffe; Attila Pasek

Photos © Lauren Forster; Jason Bascombe

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BEAF STREET FESTIVAL BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 6 MAY

PHOTO WORKSHOPS

12PM - 5PM On Bank Holiday Monday, we will be taking over Boscombe Precinct for the BEAF Street Festival! The precinct will be hopping with live performances, music, buskers, art installations, workshops and lots of lively events throughout the day. All the exhibitions and events listed in the Sovereign Centre, Royal Arcade and other venues in and around Boscombe Precinct will be open, come to our Info Point, the wonderful silver airstream by the Police Box and get the full timetable for the day!

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Grass Men Ashley Peevor

Keep an eye out for unusual figures emerging in spaces around Boscombe. Ashley Peevor’s Grass Men bring a touch of the absurd and a hint of ancient mysticism back to the urban environment. Created through community workshops held at Avonwood School, Boscombe.

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Come and use our homemade cameras, from dustbins to drink cans and experience analogue photography for the first time.

Learn about documentary photography and the steps you need to take to realise your project. Taking inspiration from contemporary photographers and filmmakers, the workshop will work through preproduction to shooting and editing..

The workshop is designed for newbies of contact printing techniques. We will be mixing chemicals (these are all harmless), coating paper with different methods and printing with sunlight and/or artificial UV light. Previous experience is not necessary. Paper and chemicals are provided. attilapasekphotography. com

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Join GOPB and photographer Caroline Beale Johnson and experience the magic of pinhole photography.

Mon 6 – Sun 12 May 10am – 4pm The Factory Studios 107a Haviland Rd Boscombe BH7 6HJ Cost: £20 Booking: https://bit.ly/2VXVdAp

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Tue 7 May 10am - 4pm The Old School House Gladstone Mews Gladstone Rd Boscombe BH7 5GB £10

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Mon 6 May 10am – 4pm The Old School House Gladstone Mews Gladstone Rd Boscombe BH7 6BG Drop in at any time

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Fifty Shades of Blue Cyanotype Workshop Attila Pasek

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Introduction to Documentary Photography Rob Amey

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Introduction to Analogue Photography Caroline Beale Johnson

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Wind Up at Home Rimski & Handkerchief Animated installation & mini show

An exclusive early reveal of a new work in progress from Rimski & Handkerchief (famous for the bicycle piano & double bassicle). Visit their fantastical mobile ‘house’, where tables turn, mice wear cardigans, music is made in the unlikeliest of ways, and you are invited to interact with some wondrous contraptions. A feast for the senses! www.rimskipiano.org

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Photos © Caroline Beale Johnson; Rob Amey; Attila Pasek

Images: Grass Man © Ashley Peevor; Wind Up At Home © Rimski & Handkerchief

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BEAF STREET FESTIVAL BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 6 MAY

BEAF STREET FESTIVAL BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 6 MAY

Umoja Art Network Umoja Arts Network brings a touch of African and Caribbean arts and culture to BEAF. There will be music, art and food outside Jerk Hut and Social Grill. Performance from ‘We Afro Tallawah‘ interlaced with street busking

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A Home Away by DerringDo

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The Lytling Banana Moon Puppets Theatre in Miniature

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Performances throughout the day

Mon 6 – Wed 8 May 10am – 4pm

Long ago our forests were home to magical, mysterious creatures - the Lytlings. But as our forests were replaced with cities, these curious creatures disappeared.

Are you home or away? Can you feel at home if you’re told you don’t belong? Do you want to go home but you can’t? What does ‘home’ mean to you?

Now something is believed to be living in a corner of Boscombe. Have the Lytlings returned? And will anyone be lucky enough to see one?

Home Away will explore the meaning of ‘home’ in the context of migration: Listen to peoples’ journeys or tell your own. By discovering whether the local community are home or away, you will be encouraged to reflect on what home means to you, and whether we can do more to make our neighbours feel at home.

Bands and Buskers

Natasha Player and Z Movement

Music and performance across the precinct, catch the acoustic sounds from local musicians, choirs and performers. Come and play one of the pianos to be found on the street, in the Royal Arcade and Sovereign Centre! Catch Funky Little Choir as they harmonise in the Royal Arcade!

12pm & 2pm Using the rich traditions of West African movement with contemporary technics Natasha Player and Z Movements bring high energy dance to Boscombe precinct. Music programmed in partnership with Absolute Music

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Images: The Lytling © Banana Moon Puppets; A Home Away © Gwendolen Scolding

Images clockwise from top © We Afro Tallawah, Funky Little Choir, Natasha Player and Z Movement

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Saudade Soundscape Deena Jackman

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Mon 6 May 2pm, 3pm & 4pm O2 Academy 570 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BH Tickets £5 https://bit.ly/2HBS5Hp Visit Bournemouth’s grand Opera House and be immersed in British Iranian composer Deena Jackman’s soundscape. Saudade is a Portuguese word describing a deep emotional state, often for something or someone that is absent. Join the composer on a journey of longing and finding. An enchanting way to visit this historical building and connect with its many stories. 

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Mon 6 May 10.30am – 3.30pm Corpus Christi Centre St James Square Boscombe BH5 2BX (Market entrance is right next door to AECC University College on Parkwood Road) FREE entry

Mon 6 May 2pm – 4pm St Andrew’s Church Florence Rd Boscombe BH5 1HJ FREE, but please book in advance 18+ https://bit.ly/2WlRi0O

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South Coast Makers Market

A pop up curated Makers Market with over 25 Artists + Makers of Ceramics, Textiles, Illustration, Wood, Screenprints, Mosaic, Jewellery, Skate + Surfboards plus demonstrations + kids activities. Plus food, drink, coffee, pop up cafe, craft beer + gin all served up from local independent businesses.

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Silentia Drawing Workshop Carrie Mason

Join Carrie for a drawing workshop. Explore mindfulness breathing techniques and mark making and then work together to make a collective drawing.

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Boscombe Pier: An Evolving Soundscape Simon Kilmister

Sat 4 & Sun 5 May 12pm – 5pm Boscombe Pier Undercliff Drive Boscombe BH5 1BN Since its opening on 29th July 1889, Boscombe Pier has stood strong and proud, attracting visitors for nearly 130 years. We know the familiar sounds we expect to hear when we visit, but what does the pier hear? Using a collection of custom-made microphones, we can listen to the sounds, vibrations and resonances of the structure and its interactions with the environment surrounding it; the people, the walkway, the breaking waves and the seabed below. This cacophony of sound and vibration combine to perform a continuously evolving, never-ending symphony, captured live for the first time at BEAF 2019.

Reefiesta @ Urban Reef Southcoasthosts Sun 5 May 2pm – 10pm Urban Reef The Overstrand Undercliff Drive Bournemouth BH5 1BN Join us down at Urban Reef for our Reefiesta! We are hosting a tropical tiki takeover to finish off the bank holiday weekend, including Boscombe’s Biggest Beach Blanket for our guests to sit on and enjoy their sunny Sunday ... We aim to celebrate Boscombe by curating a day filled with music, performances, and watersports for all ages. We also want to involve local businesses and creatives around Boscombe as part of our event, if you are keen to get involved please contact: facebook.com/southcoasthosts Created by 3rd year Creative Events Management students at Arts University Bournemouth.

Laurie Lloyd Face Painter South Coast Makers Market Photo © Jo Brierly; Carrie Mason Images: Boscombe Pier Simon Kilminster ©; Reefiesta © Southcoasthosts

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Sun 5 May & Thu 9 May 7pm – 11.30pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG £3 16+

£15 includes light lunch. performance of live painting and poetry 18+ This workshop is for anyone from beginners to established bards. The aim is to help writers grow in their ability to write poetry inspired by the natural world depicted in beautiful representational oil paintings by local artists. Led by poet and writer Paul Cannon Harris. classicalartacademy.uk

The newly formed Off Shoot acting collective are putting on two nights of marvellous variety performances at Chaplin’s.

Images: Punch and Jody Show © Stu Faulk; Writing Nature Poetry © Rachel Close; Off Shoot Collective © Charmiane K Parkin

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Sun 5 May 10.30am – 6.30pm Classical Art Academy The Artists’ Studio 29 Southern Rd Southbourne BH6 3SR

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A midnight Punch and JODY show, where Jody Foster will be reappraising her role as criminal psychologist interviewing Mr Punch about his career as the seaside psycho.

Off Shoot Collective Performance Night

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Sat 4 & Sun 5 May Fri 10 & Sat 11 May Midnight On the beach in a washedup old washing machine by Boscombe Pier 18+

Writing Nature Poetry Paul Cannon Harris & Rachel Close

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Punch and Jody Show Professor Gooey Stuey

See-Thru Time Martin Roberts

BEAF Film Festival Curated by Alex Praag

Sun 5 May 2pm – 6pm Shelley Theatre Shelley Manor Beechwood Ave Bournemouth BH5 1LX £6/£5 Book at shelleytheatre.co.uk BEAF Film Festival returns for 2019 with a fresh selection of short films from the hottest filmmaking talent in Bournemouth and beyond. The programme features a diverse range of drama, comedy and animation - which explore the curiosities and challenges of life. A selection of AUB Film Production and Animation 2019 graduate shorts also come to the Shelley’s big screen

Sun 5 May – Sun 12 May 9am – 6pm daily Police Box Boscombe Precinct BH1 4BH Go to the Police Box! There’ll be maps of various locations of time portals (photos from the last 100 years printed on acetate and left in situ) so you can compare the historical scene in the photo to modern day real life. Upload photos of what you see to BEAF social media.

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Images: BEAF Film Festival, Anna, dir. by Jessica Mountfield; See-Thru Time © Martin Roberts

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EVENTS DURING THE WEEK (TUE 7 TO SUN 12 MAY)

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Roll Up! Roll Up! Has anyone got a roll-up? It’sssssss...... The Cabaret Project Mon 6 May 8pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG Tickets: £5 on the door COMISS AF

Featuring six hand-picked, locally sourced performers who will delight, amuse and may wet your eyes with passion. Guided by your naughty but nice host you will be treated to a show full of variety, engorged with entertainment and brimming with brilliance. Each act will bring their unique style to you in full colour and 3D (with optional glasses). So don’t delay, dilly-dally or dawdle - get the date in your diary and call a babysitter (even if you don’t have a baby).

Argentine Tango Taster Event Tue 7 May 2.15 - 3.15pm Piccadilly Ballroom 23 Bath Road Bournemouth BH1 2NN Cost: £6pp An Argentine Tango Crash Course, suitable for anyone who has ever wanted to learn this beautiful improvised dance.

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Lambda Drive Laura Irving

A Passion for Disturbance Portal - New Writers Collective

Tues 7 – Sun 12 May 12pm - 5pm Viewrassic Park 652 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BP visuals include flashing images

Tue 7 May 7pm – 9.15pm Lighthouse - Poole’s Centre for the Arts 21 Kingland Rd Poole BH15 1UG Cost: £5

Lambda Drive is a road trip through a detuned radio hinterland, where transmissions from the past collide. A collage of reel-to-reel tape diaries, mid-century home video and shortwave radio recordings, this is a one-onone experience which invites the mind’s eye to take the wheel. Expect headphones, highway hypnosis and holographic head cinema.

‘Portal – New Writers Collective’ presents an evening of new writing created especially for this event, with six unique performances centred on the theme ‘A Passion for Disturbance’. ‘Portal’ is a Dorset based new writers group, working in collaboration with The Lighthouse to help create a platform for new theatre writing in Dorset.

Produced by Laura Irving Hosted by Viewrassic Park, a new cinema and social space on Boscombe precinct.

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Argentine Tango © Tracey Tyack-King

Images: Lambda Drive © Laura Irving; A Passion for Disturbance © Craig Norman

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Cafe Scientifique Pier Review: What does the future hold for British Seaside Piers? Dr Anya Chapman, Bournemouth University Tue 7 May 7.30pm – 9pm Cafe Boscanova, 650 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4BP Victorian seaside pleasure piers are unique to the British coast, but this part of the country’s heritage is under threat. In the early 20th century nearly 100 piers graced the UK coastline, now almost half have gone. Come and gain an insight into the past, present & future of seaside pleasure piers.

Sing-A-Long with Sound of Soul Tue 7 May 7.30pm – 9pm St Stephens Church Hall St. Stephen’s Way Bournemouth Dorset BH2 6JX £2.50 entry 16+ Learn to sing with Sound of Soul. Led by our expert musical director, come and learn a song with Sound of Soul. @SoundofSoulUK

Improvised Piano Meditations James Lerouge Tue 7 May 7.45pm – 9pm The Shelley Theatre, Shelley Manor Beechwood Avenue Boscombe BH5 1LX £10. Concessions £8. Book at shelleytheatre.co.uk A rare chance to see a unique, local pianist/ composer. Experience a piano exploration into melancholic, elegant impressionism that will enliven your senses. Performed on a grand piano at the historic Shelley Theatre. Influences: Debussy, Liszt, David Lynch, Radiohead, Jazz & movie soundtracks.

Carl’s Comedy Club Tue 7 May 8pm –11pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG Seated £10, Standing £7 18+ Carl’s Comedy Club is our monthly comedy club in the Cellar Bar, which has been nominated three years running in the Bournemouth and Poole Tourism Awards. It has seen comics from TV shows such as Impractical Jokers and Russel Howard’s Good News take to the stage to entertain our passionate audience.

Streets of Clay Walk with the Tile Lady Jo Amey Wed 8 May 11am & 2pm Meet outside Westbourne Library Alum Chine Rd Bournemouth BH4 8DX Cost: £5 Join the Tile Lady on a guided walk around Westbourne and discover the wealth of ceramic details in historic buildings. The walk is about half a mile long and will take up to an hour. For more information see The Tile Lady on Facebook or contact: jo@tilelady.co.uk. tileslady.wordpress.com

Experience the Art of Capoeira with AbadáCapoeira Bournemouth Silvio De Oliveira/ Professor Assis Wed 8 May 7.30pm – 8.30 pm (this is a weekly class) YMCA Winton 7 Jameson Rd Bournemouth BH9 2QD An introduction to this dynamic Afro-Brazilian tradition that fuses dance, martial arts, singing and percussion. Prepare to be mesmerised by the unique sound of the single-string Berimbau, the energetic movements and the percussion and powerful song. Comfortable clothing advised if participating. facebook.com/ABADACapoeiraBournemouth/

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Photo: James LeRouge © Rosie

Images: Carl’s Comedy Club © Geoff Popple; Streets of Clay © Jo Amey; Capoira © Helena Lex

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Damian Le Bas Writer’s Talk

Plastic People Screening of Young People’s Film

Wed 8 May 7pm Crooked Book Shop 725 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH7 6AQ Tickets £5 https://bit.ly/2TbCoIj

Wed 8 May 6pm The Old School House Gladstone Mews Gladstone Rd Bournemouth BH7 6BG FREE

Damian Le Bas grew up surrounded by gypsy history. His great-grandmother would tell him stories of her childhood in the ancient Romani language; the places they worked, the ways they lived, the superstitions and lores of their people.

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Pest Presents Dragonfly Theresa May’s Retirement Party

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Wed 8 May 8pm –11.30pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG £5. Buy tickets at pestsproduction.co.uk/dragonfly or on the door 16+ In the month of May, we celebrate the former home secretary, and hopefully by now, former prime

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minister’s career. Pests have heard Theresa is retiring, and we know how exhausting the past two years have been, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to pick the next PM candidates for you! Come along for a night of campaigns, Brexit Bingo, death drops, cabaret games, and the hunt for a new fearless leader to take us through the hard times that lay ahead. You, the audience, will be voting for the very first ‘Miss Brexit’. Question Time’s never looked so fabulous!

Photo © Sophia Greppi

In a bid to better understand his gypsy heritage, Damian set out on a journey to discover the atchin tans or stopping places – known only to Travellers. In his powerful debut The Stopping Places, a Radio 4 Book of the Week, Damian tells the story of his journey, and what we can all learn about this hidden side of British life. Damian will visit Crooked Books in Boscombe to talk about the book, touching on history, folklore, spirituality, language and oppression.

BEAF is running a ground breaking volunteer scheme for young people to get them involved in social action. Over the past 6 months young people from Boscombe have been gaining skills in volunteering and campaigning whilst also creating their own projects with artists involved in the festival. This film is the result of working with musician and performer Scott Lavene to explore the question ‘what is it like to be a young person living in Boscombe?’. The film has been written, directed and produced by the group of young people. Funded by the iwill programme, Coop Foundation Building Connections Fund Youth Strand

Photo Damian Le Bas © Charles Moriarty

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Join the BA (Hons) Dance students to celebrate A Day of Dance, on Thursday 9 May.

Jive the night away with dance teacher and singer Paul Walker. Free entry and everyone welcome.Enjoy music from yesteryear plus arrive early for the tasty food menus available until 9pm.

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A friendly relaxed group for all abilities. A single pose for the whole session, a great opportunity to get out the paints, or move and study the model from a variety of angles. Guidance available. Some materials and drawing boards available. Drinks provided.

Thu 9 May 9pm – 11pm The Overcliff Pub 29 East Overcliff Drive Bournemouth BH1 3AG (Free Car Parking)

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The AUB campus will be transformed by students from first and second year of the dance programme, through a range of performances and participatory events. Turn up and find us on campus!

Thu 9 May 10am – 12pm Parkstone Baptist Church 11 Loch Road Parkstone Bournemouth BH14 9EX £12 (no booking required) 18+ only

Live/Swing Night with Paul Walker

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Thu 9 May 10am – 4pm Arts University Bournemouth 7 Fern Barrow Bournemouth BH12 5HH FREE

Changing Faces Portrait Group Trish Jubb

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The Truth about Men Scott Lavene

Thu 9 May 7.30pm The Shelley Theatre Shelley Manor Beechwood Avenue Bournemouth BH5 1LX £10. Book at shelleytheatre.co.uk Also performing at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts Sat 4 May, 8pm Mary is in Paris. She is good at making money and cooking. She smells like lavender and honey. Mary is pregnant.

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Images: A Day of Dance © redManhattan; Changing Faces: Jeremy © Trish Jubb / Photo by Mike Lofthouse

Solomon is on a rusty boat on an English canal. He is good at drinking and shirking responsibility. He smells like a derelict library. Solomon is the father of Mary’s baby though he doesn’t know it yet. What will he do when he finds out? What kind of man will he become? The good man, the responsible one, stable and safe? The bad man, the deadbeat, the shirker, the rebel, the git? He goes on a musical journey through the canals of England to find the truth about men so he can try and become one. A BEAF Commission supported by Arts Council England through the National Lottery, Activate and Bournemouth 2026 Trust.

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Secret Voices The Outsiders Project

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TJ Hughes Building Sovereign Centre Boscombe Thurs 9, Fri 10 & Sat 11 May 600 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4SX 2.30pm & 6.30pm £13.50/£10 https://bit.ly/2YdqTUB 16+ audience If you had a chance to tell your story, would you speak? What would you say? Following the ground-breaking performance The Vodka Hunters, premiered and commissioned for the 2018 BEAF festival, described as “a perception-changing experience” - Nuffield Theatre Southampton, award-winning writer and director Nell Leyshon

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works with a group of outsiders from Boscombe to create another site-specific work. Staged in a former department store and accompanied by a new commissioned sound work from British/Iranian musician and composer Deena Jackman, this powerful performance reveals the secret voices of the cast; their voices, their stories. These are real voices heard from a prison cell, a dark street, an empty room…. voices waiting to be heard, stories wanting to be told. A new work giving voice to the cast of outsiders performing in this poignant, shocking and truly original production. Secret Voices is a BEAF Commission supported by Arts Council England through the National Lottery, Activate, Literature Works, Artful Scribe, Bournemouth 2026 Trust and the Sovereign Centre.

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Live Music with JINDER

Fri 10 May 5.30pm – 8pm THIS Workspace The Echo 18 Albert Rd Bournemouth BH1 1BZ Free Is temporary or permanent public art the way forward? Speakers include Grace Davies from the National Trust and environmental artist Steve Messam, exploring the question - Do temporary works make more of an impact to people and place and what this means for artists and commissioners. An Arts Development Co. Culture+ event

Fri 10 May 9pm –11pm The Overcliff Pub 29 East Overcliff Drive Bournemouth BH1 3AG (Free Car Parking) A special evening celebrating live music with global artist JINDER. A mix of acoustic Folk and Blues Roots. Free entry plus arrive early for the tasty food menus available until 9pm.

Doppleganger Productions presents: Eclipse of the Moon: The One Man Musical Fri 10 May 6pm – 8.30pm Chaplin’s and The Cellar Bar 529 Christchurch Rd Boscombe BH1 4AG 20 characters 18 songs 2 hours 1 performer. For this staged reading writer-director Bradford G performs multiple roles and plays guitar, ukulele and mandolin to bring this epic story to life. It’s the tale of fallen, idol Moony Hewitt and the Hollywood scandal that propels him back into the spotlight. If infamy is the new fame how far will Moony go to become a cinematic legend?

Images: What’s Next For Public Art © Steve Messam - Paper Bridge; The One Man Musical © Brad Gyori

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ART IN THE PARK THE GREEN FESTIVAL A great family event to end the festival. We take over the lovely Churchill Gardens to create a mini festival! Come and help build the Octopus, join the workshops drawing trees, bring your children to create wonderful drawings with Joy Café resident artist, Jethro Wilson. Hang out in our favourite café, Joy Café, and get creative with all the activities in the park!

The Octopus Community Sculpture Mark Mitchell

A Double Bill: Man with a Movie Camera & Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks with live score by The Cabinet of Living Cinema Fri 10 May 7.30pm Shelley Theatre Shelley Manor Beechwood Ave Bournemouth BH5 1LX £12/£10. Book online at shelleytheatre.co.uk Celebrating its 90-year anniversary, Dziga Vertov’s astonishing silent movie will be screened with a powerful new score by The Cabinet of Living 44

Cinema. Created in 1929, the film documents city life in Russia told through a dazzling mix of imagery and experimental filmmaking techniques. From dawn to dusk, Vertov takes the viewer on a tour of Moscow, Odessa and Kiev, showing the hustle and bustle of these historic cities through the eyes of the camera. The Cabinet will end this unique evening with a performance of Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks, which brings together cinematic archive with Mary Shelley and Yuval Harari’s words to explore the future of humanity, ‘upgraded’ by artificial intelligence. Man With a Movie Camera film stills courtesy bfi

Fri 10 & Sat 11 May 12pm – 5pm Churchill Gardens Churchill Road Boscombe BH1 4HB Mark Mitchell from the Green Turtle Collective will be creating the OCTOPUS! Mark has already started the sculpture involving many community groups from the area. Drop in at any time from 12pm – 5pm Fri and Sat and add to the sculpture! BEAF has worked with SWRAC, Face Forward, AIM, West Howe and our young volunteers and schools groups to build the Octopus.

Susan Cunningham B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S Sat 11 May 1.30pm - 3.30pm Drawing Workshop Come and join Susan in drawing trees! Workshop for adults and older children, 14+ Jethro Wilson Family workshops Sat 11 May 12pm - 5pm Turn a spot into a character, join Jethro for drawing workshops.

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DFA Studios Live Hip Hop Event Fri 10 May 6pm – 10pm £3 All Ages Welcome An evening of the 5 Elements of Hip Hop culture. Join us in our open Dance Jam / Open Mic (Rappers, Poets, Singers) / Graffiti Art / Dj Scratch set / Fashion. This is an event where you can Jam / Battle & take part or observe & party with Quality Scratch Dj’s, Beatboxers, & Graffiti Artists, all the Elements of Hip Hop Culture under 1 roof!! Book onto open mic danceforallstudios. com

Illicit Grooves at Terroir Tapas: Globally Sourced Grooves for Sustainably Sourced Food Fri 10 May 7pm –11pm Terroir Tapas 81 Southbourne Grove BH6 3QX 18+ A combination of great food soundtracked by global grooves for the leftfield and a fantastic atmosphere all on a Friday night in an eco bar and tapas venue. Expect local produce used to create food with global flavours along with music from all continents. Music curated by The Return of the Illicit Groove and The Illicit Grooves Radio Show. www.illicitgroove. wordpress.com

BEAF JAM Sat 11 May 12pm – 3pm CRAB Drawing Studio Arts University Bournemouth 7 Fern Barrow Wallisdown Bournemouth BH12 5HH FREE In the CRAB Studio at the Arts University Bournemouth, artists and amateurs alike will respond to each other and let themselves be free to create. Whether you fancy dancing, drawing, writing or conducting music and sounds JAM is a place to express yourself.

Ocean Visuals Annie Taylor Sat 11 May 6.30pm – 11pm Velo Domestique 176-180 Seaborne Road Southbourne Bournemouth BH5 2JB An evening of ocean themed paintings and seascapes by Annie Taylor and ocean awareness with the film A Plastic Ocean. Followed by talks & demos from our local Surfers Against Sewage representatives.

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Dark Lux THE SEA GIRLS Miriam Troth and Diane Roberts Sat 11 & Sun 12 May 12pm – 8.30pm The Garden Studio 22 Forest View Road Bournemouth BH9 3BQ Migratory birds and insects are affected by excessive light pollution. The installation Dark Lux will attempt to draw attention to the ongoing issues of migration, both enforced and natural, and the poignancy of refugees fleeing in unseaworthy vessels. Dark Lux refers to the shady nature of the enterprise for both the traffickers and the desperate migrants and its tragic consequences.

The Cave David Bird, Domenic McGuire, Rebecca Newnham, Lucy Turner and Denise Webber Sat 11 & Sun 12 May 12pm – 5pm Artspace Studio 44 Southwood Ave Bournemouth BH6 3QB Five artists’ responses to the idea of the cave, via memory, imagination and literature. Installed at Artspace Studio, workspace home of sculptor Rebecca Newnham and photographer David Bird, with painter/philosopher Domenic McGuire, installation/digital artist Lucy Turner and artist Denise Webber.

Sofar Sounds Bournemouth Sat 11 May 7.30pm – 10pm Secret Location somewhere in Bournemouth £10, tickets available from www.sofarsounds.com 16+ Sofar Sounds is reimagining the live event experience through curated, intimate performances in 427 cities around the world. Sofar Sounds was founded to bring back that magic of going to an intimate gig free of modern distractions like loud crowds, clinking glasses and ringing phones. www.sofarsounds.com/ bournemouth

Although entry is free and there are a couple of non-bookable tables to guarantee entry booking a table is essential via www. terroirtapas.com Images: Live Hip Hop Event © DFA Studios; Illicit Grooves © Magic Box media; BEAF JAM © redManhattan; Ocean Visuals © Annie Taylor 46

Sofar Sounds © Alice Parmenter; The Cave Lucy Turner (screengrab); Dark Lux © M Troth

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The Noematic Collective perform sonic tests to raise awareness of our listening sense. The Collective will be holding workshops & performances in the Old School House, come join our musical collaborations & listen to our performances responding to the neo-gothic venue architecture. Suitable for children & adults!

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Migrating Words and Melodies

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A very special screening from an original 35mm print. Aaron Boone is a troubled young man who may or may not be responsible for a series of brutal murders. He’s having recurring nightmares, drawing him towards a place called Midian, an underground community populated with monsters. When his psychiatrist, Dr Decker, confirms to the police that Boone is indeed a murderer, Boone is forced to go on the run to discover the truth about himself and about the monsters of Midian.

Sun 12 May Workshop 12 – 4pm Performance 6pm The Old School House Gladstone Mews Gladstone Rd Boscombe BH7 6BG

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Sat 11 May 7.30 pm Shelley Theatre Shelley Manor Beechwood Ave Boscombe BH5 1LX £9.50 Book online at shelleytheatre.co.uk Duration: 1hr 42m + intro

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Dirt In The Gate BEAF Special Clive Barker’s Nightbreed (Cert. 18) 1990 Theatrical Cut a 35mm Presentation

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Sun 12 May 7.30pm The Shelley Theatre Shelley Manor Beechwood Avenue Boscombe BH5 1LX £15. Book at shelleytheatre.co.uk Join virtuoso violinist Jack Maguire, musicians from the Budapest Café Orchestra and playwright Sharon Muiruri Coyne & The Company of Fools for this multi-arts piece created in response to a spreading social political fear, in some cases hostility, to the mass migration of refugees.

Actor Nicholas Vince, who portrayed ‘Kinski’ will be attending the screening.

A journey of music that mixes Klezmer, Doinas, Horas and Roma folk music from Eastern Europe. This highlights the virtuosity and expressive character of the violin but also its traditional performers, who as refugees before, during and after the 2nd World War

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Sofar Sounds © Alice Parmenter; Nightbreed film still ‘Kinski

have brought their repertoire to Western Europe. The Company of Fools weave words in the journey to evoke the plight of refugees through history which included music from Romania, Greek and Cyprus right through to the current situation in Syria. This performance is enhanced by digital images created by digital artist Martin Coyne. A BEAF Festival Commission supported by Poole Audi

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DIARY Visual / video/sound exhibition or installation

Workshop / taster session/ interactive

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Film

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Live Performance

Music

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Read Between the Lines

1 Apr-18 May

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Southbourne Library

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Museum of Ecoacoustic Phenomena

4-5 May

10am

4pm

Bournemouth Natural Science Society

6

Museum of Ecoacoustic Phenomena workshops

4-5 May

10am

12.30pm

Bournemouth Natural Science Society

6

Mutant Insect Hunt

4-5 May

Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS)

7

10am

4pm

Event

Date/s

From

To

Venue

Page

The British Watershed Line

4 –12 May

10am

5pm

The Crooked Book

25

Grass Men by Ashley Peevor

4 & 6 May

12pm

5pm

BEAF Street Festival

27

Topia - Lottie Lashley

4-6 & 11-12 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

11

Rejected Substances Morven Shortt

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

11

Forest - Demeter Dykes

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

13

Creative Kids Open Day & Workshops

4-12 May

From 12

Sovereign Centre

21

The Unnatural Mystery Museum (U.M.M.)

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

12

Night Garden Workshop Space

4-9 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

9

Bubble Bo Peep - Lisa Davies

4 & 6 May

12pm &

3pm

Sovereign Centre

9

AUB Dance Forward Festival

4 May

12pm

2pm

Arts University Bournemouth

19

The Harp of Dagda

4 May

4.30pm & 6.30pm

Sovereign Centre

12

Creative Writing

4 May & 11 May

2pm

5pm

Bournemouth Library

20

The Write Place

4 May & 11 May

2pm

5pm

Bournemouth Library

20

Clash: A Live Art Competition

4 May

2pm

8pm

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

16

Silentia - Live drawing performance

4 May

6pm

8pm

St Andrew’s Church

16

Preview Trail of Exhibitions

4 May

6pm

8pm

across Boscombe

8

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S

4 May

10am

4pm

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum

19

Glass Mosaic Bowl Workshop

4 & 8 May

10am

1pm

Artspace Studio

20

FLY Tim Edgar

4-12 May

10am

4pm

Pointhouse Studios

23

Analogue Photography

4-12 May

10am

4pm

The Factory Studios

24

Gallery of Photography Silent Print Auction

4-10 May

10am

4pm

The Old School House

22

Life Drawing Workshop

4 May

10am

4pm

Parkstone Baptist Church

20

Makers and Shapers

4- 5 May

10am

5pm

Woodside Studios

18

Alf the Highwayman

4 May

10.30am & 1pm

Boscombe Library

18

Moment

4 May & 7-11

10.30am

6pm

Main Gallery - Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts

15

The Factory Shop Spring Exhibition

4 May

6pm

9pm

The Factory Shop

18

Fractal Arts and Maths Dome

4 - 6 May; 11 12 May

11am

4pm

Royal Arcade Boscombe

19

The Analogue Hermit

4 May

6pm

8pm

Royal Arcade

15

4 May

6pm

9pm

BEAF Street Festival

14

Sketch Connect

4-12 May

11.30am

5pm

multiple sites

4

As We Sea It - skateboarding performance

Boscombe Pier: An Evolving Soundscape

4-5 May

12pm

5pm

Boscombe Pier

31

Light Up Your Imagination

4-12 May

7.30pm

10.30pm

21

Boscombe Centre for Contemporary Art

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Police Box, Boscombe Precinct

17

Boscombe High St / Soveriegn Centre / Royal Arcade

Preview Trail After Party

4 May

8.30pm

12am

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

8

Sign of The Times Workshop

4 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

17

The Chicken Conga

4 May

9pm

Poole Hill Brewery

21

4 May

9pm

The Overcliff Pub

21

11pm

ACTS Laura Eldret and Tony Spencer

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Sovereign Centre

10

Live Music Party Night With JEMIMA

Fabricate

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Royal Arcade

24

Punch and Jody show

4-5 & 11-12 May

midnight

Boscombe Pier

32

I Was Standing in a Place

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Royal Arcade

24

Container and Street Art

4-12 May

24hrs

Boscombe Precinct

5

God Has No Favourites

4-12 May

12pm

5pm

Royal Arcade

25

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Event

Date/s

From

Richard Sanz at Richer Sounds

4-12 May

GET INVOLVED Richard Sanz and Lisa Moro

To

Venue

Page

Event

Date/s

From

To

Venue

Page

24 hrs

Richer Sounds

14

Cafe Scientifique Pier Review

7 May

7.30pm

9pm

Cafe Boscanova

36

4-12 May

24 hrs

Boscombe Precinct

14

Sing-A-Long with Sound of Soul

7 May

7.30pm

9pm

St Stephen's Church Hall

36

Boscombe Characters Jake Trickett

4-12 May

24 hrs

across Boscombe

8

Improvised Piano Meditations

7 May

7.45pm

9pm

Shelley Theatre

36

KIWI - Dance Film

4-12 May

10am

Boscombe Library

13

Carl's Comedy Club

7 May

8pm

11pm

Chaplins & Cellar Bar

37

Streets of Clay' Walk with The Tile Lady

8 May

11am & 2pm

"Meet outside Westbourne Library.

37

The Old School House

39

5pm

See-Thru Time

5- 12 May

9am

6pm

Police Box, Boscombe Precinct

33

Plastic People

8 May

6pm

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S

5 May

10am

4pm

Bournemouth Natural Science Society

7

Damian Le Bas Writer’s Talk

8 May

7pm

8pm

Crooked Bookshop

39

Experience the Art of Capoeira

8 May

7.30pm

8.30pm

YMCA Winton

37

Theresa May’s Retirement Party

8 May

8pm

11.30pm

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

38

A Day of Dance

9 May

10am

4pm

Arts University Bournemouth Campus

40

12pm

Parkstone Baptist Church

40

TJ Hughes Sovereign Centre

42

Writing Nature Poetry

5 May

10.30am

6.30pm

Classical Art Academy

32

The Analogue Hermit

5-6 May

12pm

5pm

Royal Arcade

15

Art for the People: Stuart Semple and Bernadette Russell

5 May

2pm

3pm

Old School House

17

BEAF Film Festival

5 May

2pm

6pm

Shelley Theatre

33

10am

5 May

2pm

10pm

Urban Reef

31

Changing Faces Portrait Group

9 May

Reefiesta @ Urban Reef Off Shoot Collective

5 & 9 May

7pm

11.30pm

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

32

Secret Voices

9-11 May

2.30pm & 6.30pm

A Home Away

6-8 May

10am

4pm

BEAF Street Festival

28

The Truth about Men

9 May

7.30pm

9pm

Shelley Theatre

41

Fifty Shades of Blue Cyanotype Workshop

6-12 May

10am

4pm

The Factory Studios

26

Live/Swing Night with Paul Walker

9 May

9pm

11pm

The Overcliff Pub

40

Introduction to Analogue Photography

6 May

10am

4pm

The Old School House

26

What’s Next for Public Art

10 May

5.30pm

8pm

This Workspace

43

South Coast Makers Market

6 May

10.30am

3.30pm

Corpus Christi Centre

30

The One Man Musical

10 May

6pm

8.30pm

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

43

Rimski & Handkerchief

6 May

12pm

5pm

BEAF Street Festival

27

Live Music with JINDER

10 May

9pm

11pm

The Overcliff Pub

43

Man with a Movie Camera

10 May

7.30pm

9pm

Shelley Theatre

44

The Lytling - Banana Moon Puppets

6 May

12pm

5pm

BEAF Street Festival

28

Art in The Park

11 May

12pm

5pm

Churchill Gardens

45

Sign of The Times Workshop

6 May

2pm

Info Point

17

Illicit Grooves at Terroir Tapas

10 May

7pm

11pm

Terroir Tapas

46

Saudade Soundscape

6 May

2pm 3pm 4pm

O2 Academy

30

JAM

11 May

12pm

3pm

CRAB Drawing Studio

46

Ocean Visuals

11 May

6.30pm

11pm

Velo Domestique

46

The Cave

11 May

12pm

5pm

Artspace Studio

47

Dark Lux

11 May

12pm

8.30pm

The Garden Studio

47

B-E-A-F T-R-E-E-S

11 May

1.30pm

3.30pm

Churchill Gardens

45

Sofar Sounds

11 May

7.30pm

10pm

Secret Location, somewhere in Bournemouth

47

Clive Barker's Nightbreed

11 May

7.30pm

9pm

Shelley Theatre

48

The Noematic Collective

12 May

12pm

4pm

The Old School House

48

Migrating Words and Melodies

12 May

7.30pm

9pm

Shelley Theatre

49

Silentia Drawing Workshop

6 May

2pm

Roll Up! Roll Up! The Cabaret Project

6 May

8pm 10am

4pm

4pm

St Andrew’s Church

30

Chaplin's & The Cellar Bar

34

Introduction to Documentary Photography

7 May

The Old School House

26

Lamda Drive Laura Irving

7 May

12pm

5pm

Viewrassic Park

35

Argentine Tango taster event

7 May

2.15pm

3.15pm

Joo Joo studio

34

Artists Talk Tim Edgar

7 May

7pm

9pm

The Old School House

23

A Passion for Disturbance

7 May

7pm

9.15pm

Poole Lighthouse

35

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THANK YOU

BEAF would like to thank the generosity of all those who have made the 2019 Festival happen, and who have supported us to create this incredible showcase of local creativity.

Key Funding Partners

This would not have been possible without all the support from our dedicated team of volunteers, our student placements from Arts University Bournemouth, our Board of Directors, and all the local businesses and organisations who have contributed their time and energy to make the festival happen.

Supporters Absolute Music; Activate; Arnewood Estates Ltd; Artful Scribe; Arts University Bournemouth; arts2educate; Bournemouth Borough Council; Bournemouth CVS; Bournemouth Natural Science Society; Bournemouth 2026 Trust; Bournemouth University; Chaplin’s & the Cellar Bar; Coop Foundation; Creative Kids; Dorset Police; #iwillFund; Joy Cafe; Literature Works; Sovereign Centre; The Boscombe Business Community via Bournemouth Coastal BID; Umoja Art Network; Urban Guild.

The festival also wouldn’t happen without the incredible talents of all the artists, performers, companies and creative communities, to whom we are extremely grateful. The BEAF TEAM, a volunteer collective gathering of independent creatives Find us on social media: @bournemouthfringe @ bmthfringe @gotbeaf Join the conversations: #BEAF2019, #BEAFFilmFest, #BEAFStreetFest, #WeHeartArt, #YourArtisticNeighbourhood #WeHeartBoscombe, #sketchconnect!

BEAF Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe provides a platform to support and develop the emerging independent arts sector in the conurbation. Visit the BEAF website for full listings: www.b-e-a-f.co.uk Access For information on accessibility at venues and events please go to the BEAF website b-e-a-f. co.uk. To the best of our knowledge the information contained in the programme was correct at the time of going to press. BEAF accepts no responsibility for accuracy or content and reserves the right to alter the programme without prior notice. Please check the website which will make announcements and provide additional information about events.

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