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28 APRIL - 7 MAY 2018

BOURNEMOUTH EMERGING ARTS FRINGE FESTIVAL #BEAF2018

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WELCOME TO THE 2018 BEAF FESTIVAL! We are very excited to invite you to this year’s BEAF festival. We are sure you will be amazed and proud to know that what you see has all been created by our very own talented, diverse and enterprising creative community. The BEAF festival reflects the stories, the culture and the communities that make up our unique location. Combining both the urban setting and the beautiful seafront, you will find exhibitions, events, performances, workshops and gigs in unique spaces and places right across the 10 days of the festival. Come and join us on Saturday 28 April between 5-7pm as exhibitions open their doors for the art preview; save the date for Bank Holiday Monday for the Street Art Festival; and visit the first ever exhibition in a police box! This is just a taste of what is on offer. Visit our website for lots more information and more events!

SIXTY MILLION POSTCARDS Date:

Fri 27 April

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7pm - 10pm 19-21 Exeter Road Bournemouth BH2 5AF

Come and kick off the start of BEAF 2018 with us at one of our favourite places in town. Drinks, dancing and a chance to find out more about the upcoming festival, we can’t wait to see you all! Who knows… we may also have a few surprises in store! The partying will continue into 60 Million Postcards freshest event, Skrrrt! Classic, Alternative, Future Hip Hop and R&B to take you into the early hours.

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Fri 27 - Sat 28 April & Tues 1 - Sun 6 May 12pm - 5pm Coax Hair, 15-16 Royal Arcade, Boscombe, BH1 4BT

A traditionally printed exhibition of black and white photographs made around Boscombe in the 1980s or 1960s. The images show a keenly developed pre-1960’s influenced fashion and cultural style amongst the young and the not so young, and offers a contribution to the area’s collective memory.

FRIDAY 27 APRIL

PETER YOUNG 1982-1987 - A BOSCOMBE ARCHIVE

ART/RECLAIM ILLUSTRATED TALK & OPEN WEEKEND Date: Time: Add:

Fri 27 April talk 6pm Open Weekend Sat 28 April 10am-6pm Sun 29 April 11am-4pm Vintage Emporium, 1172 to 1180 , Christchurch Road Bournemouth BH7 6DY

Reclaim is not new. Artists have been re-cycling objects and imagery for decades. From Joseph Cornell to Damien Hirst, artists have plundered the past to be ironic, shocking and earnest. An illustrated talk and Q&A hosted by Bournemouth Vintage Emporium will feature short presentations by Red Shed, Bash Industrial Revolution and Jarrod Thompson exploring the relationship between art and reclaim. The event will mark the start of an open weekend at The Emporium.

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Fri 27 & Sat 28 April Venues across Westbourne

Bringing the best author events to Westbourne. Andrew Lownie, Stalin’s Englishman: The Lives of Guy Burgess; David Quantick, Emmy award winning comedy writer of Veep and The Thick of It; Jane Corry, Blood Sisters; Lucy Clarke, Dorset-based author of Last Seen; Rick Broadbent, Jessica Ennis: Unbelievable; Rosanna Ley, Dorsetbased author of Her Mother’s Secret; Helen Fry, The London Cage, The Secret History of Britain’s WW2 Interrogation Centre; PDH Dave Wardell, Fabulous Finn, The Brave Police Dog who Came Back from the Brink. For the full programme go to westbournebookbinge.co.uk.

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THE VODKA HUNTERS Date: Time: Add: Tickets:

Fri 27/ Sat 28 /Sun 29 April 2018 2.30pm & 7.30pm 3 Wickham Road Boscombe BH7 6JX £10/£8 - http://bit.ly/2ovGGx1

Lead Writer and Director Nell Leyshon; Written and performed by Jane Cartwright, Cecilia Gail, Scott Lavene and Gary Pierre. The Vodka Hunters is an intense, groundbreaking site-specific performance about motherhood and fatherhood. The show is created through a collaboration between awardwinning writer/director Nell Leyshon and four

‘outsider’ artists from Bournemouth. Each of the performers will have their own space and the audience will move through the rooms and discover different voices and stories. The Vodka Hunters is a brand new work born and created in Bournemouth. It is exciting, visceral, funny, and always, but always, honest and truly authentic. The Vodka Hunters is supported by Arts Council England through the National Lottery, Activate, the Big Lottery and Lovett Estate and Letting Agents.

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SATURDAY 28 APRIL

EXHIBITIONS ACROSS THE FESTIVAL

STEVE MOBERLY EVER CLOSER TO COMFORT

BOSCOMBE CONTEMPORARY ART CENTRE STUART SEMPLE Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April - Mon 7 May 12pm - 5pm Police Box, Boscombe Precinct, Christchurch Road BH1 4BT

stuartsemple.com The Dorset native known for his large-scale canvases, Stuart Semple’s work incorporates thought provoking text and found imagery within a contemporary pop art aesthetic. His world is one of low-culture internet trash, 6

90s Nickelodeon colour palettes, indie music, obscure music videos and cultural theory straight out of the 60s Frankfurt School. Since 2000 Stuart has had a successful international career, recognised not only for his paintings, but also for designing his own art materials, creating work for the internet and commissions for large public art projects, particularly in the USA. Stuart is also an ambassador for MIND, the mental health charity where he initiated a creative therapies fund. Stuart launches BCAC, Boscombe Contemporary Art Centre, in the famous police tardis with a new site-specific work made especially for the police box. Part of the pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

BRIONY MARSHALL LAYERS OF BOURNEMOUTH Date: Time: Add:

28 April - 7 May 24 Hours Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre, Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve, Bournemouth BH6 4EW OS grid ref SZ 16928 90745

briony.com Layers of Bournemouth is a site-specific performance in which earth and traces of life from a site in Hengistbury Head will be collected and then transformed through ramming into a striking geometric sculpture that will stand as a record of our presence yet also remind us of the unknowable vastness of time.

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Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 9am – 9pm Mon – Fri/9am-5pm Sat. Closed Sun. BUMF Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth, Fern Barrow Wallisdown BH12 5HH

Winner of the Best Visual Arts Event at the BEAF 2015 fringe, Moberly’s subject matter is deeply rooted within the realm of relationships and interaction. His newly commissioned work for BEAF 2018, Ever Closer to Comfort develops from his 2015 exhibition, What he thinks that she thinks that they think..... “A splaying out of digital age naivety with an inappropriate white, male, middle-aged attempt at innocence, bleating out over its own overly represented history.” Steve is an alumni from Arts University Bournemouth Fine Art course. BEAF Commission

Briony is working with students from Arts University Bournemouth to build the sculpture over the Easter holidays. Come and see work in progress and meet the artist. Full details at www.b-e-a-f.co.uk BEAF Commission

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Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 11am – 5pm Royal Arcade, Boscombe Precinct BH1 4BT Drop-in workshops.

Film-maker and animator, Richard Sanz will be present a series of installations in a shop in the Royal Arcade. The installation will animate frames using hand-made and analogue techniques, such as lenticular and scanimation. Richard studied film and animation at the Arts Institute (now

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BEAF Commission

MARY ALLEN BOURNE IDENTITY Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May Mon - Sat 10am-5pm/Sun 10am-4pm Crooked Book Shop,725 Christchurch

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BEAF Commission

BEN IRWIN- STRANGER WORLDS: THE EXPEDITION “WHAT LIES BENEATH THE SURFACE” Date: Sat 28-29 April & Sat 5,Sun 6,Mon 7 May Time: 11am-5pm Add: 529 Christchurch Road Boscombe BH1 4AG The show is a mixture of theatre and art installation that blurs the line between a piece of immersive theatre and an art show. The audience is invited to submerge themselves into the dreamlike world, examine the stories with infinite possibilities and to become an integral part of the narrative. Each piece tells a tale of dark places on the edge of a time and a cast from somewhere between the shadows and down the back of the sofa. Ben is a prop maker, sculptor, puppet maker. www.benirwin.co.uk Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm BEAF Commission

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Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, East

Cliff Promenade Bournemouth BH1 3AA

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ARTIST TALK Sat 5 May 2pm

Mary Allen’s witty paintings, celebrate well-known characters of Bournemouth, with an added twist. Combining the complexities of model-making and technology with traditional portraiture, each image has eyes that move, like the enigmatic Mona Lisa, giving an uncannily eerie life to each static figure. Mary trained as a graphic designer at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia before setting up her own design studio. definitelymary.com Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

Sat 28 April – Sun 6 May (closed Mon

Jasmine re-imagines artifacts from the Russell-Cotes Museum as props for ‘ASMR’, an internet subculture dedicated to triggering the autonomous sensory meridian response (a tingly and relaxing sensation). Historical objects become transmitters of an intimate digital experience and carriers of incidental narratives. Jasmine completed her MA in Fine Art at Arts University Bournemouth in 2016. www.jasmineohare.co.uk

Arts University Bournemouth). Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

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JASMINE O’HARE 778 – THIS VIDEO IS 90% A BLANK BACKGROUND

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RICHARD SANZ U OK HUN?

Join Jasmine for an insight into the themes and influences she drew on when making this work. Free ticketed event, please book through the RussellCotes Museum. russellcotes.com BEAF Commission Graduate Award

CONNOR BREWER 50.720806, -1.904755 Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 12pm – 5pm Pointhouse Studio 802A Christchurch Road, Boscombe BH7 6DD

Connor’s work explores people’s behaviour and movements in busy locations. He collects quantitative data based on people’s movement and then responds to this using traditional printmaking techniques, creating abstract landscapes composed only of figures. Connor graduated in illustration from Arts University Bournemouth in 2017. He was shortlisted for the Anthony Dawson Young Printmaker Award 2017. @pointhousestudios www.connorbrewer.me BEAF Commission Graduate Award Part of the pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

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THE SHIPPING CONTAINERS

SAT 28 APRIL - 7 MAY Bringing art onto the streets and the beaches, BEAF is commissioning a series of shipping containers as ‘pop-up’ exhibitions spaces. In each container there will be exhibitions, workshops and even film screenings, while the exteriors will become works of art, beautifully transformed by Bournemouth’s talented street artists. From Monday 23 April, come to Boscombe Precinct and see the preparation as the containers get their makeover!

MIROSLAV LUCAN Czechoslovakian born artist Miroslav Lucan ( LucanArt ) creates large-scale public art works which can be seen across the country and internationally. Using a strong graphical approach his work has become a trademark style, translated into large-scale illustrations. 10

On Monday 7 May Mirek will be creating an artwork on the floor outside his container. Come and watch the artwork appear!

KRISHNA MALLA Bournemouth illustrator and street artist Krishna Malla is a graduate from Arts University Bournemouth. Krishna’s clients include the BBC, Film Four, The Secret Garden Party and M&C Saatchi to name but a few. His work adorns many buildings across Bournemouth, his images often underpinned by an admiration for wildlife and biology, capturing nature through a more surreal lens.

INSIDE THE SHIPPING CONTAINERS

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Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 12pm – 5pm Shipping Container Boscombe Precinct, Christchurch Road, BH1 4BT

The Digital Divas are a group of emerging video artists whose practice is unified by their interest in the visual language of the moving image and an enthusiasm for the imaginary. Featuring the work of AUB alumni Fay Turner, Chloe Roberts and collaborative Multiplicity (Jess Thomas and Clive Kudakwashe). Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm BEAF Commission Graduate Award

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Sat 28 April - Mon 7 May 12 pm - 5pm Shipping Container, Boscombe

Precinct, Christchurch Road BH1 4BT

Artists Mortlock, Furnell and Morgan will employ their skill in design and physical-making, including metalwork, carpentry, print and photography to transform a container. They will construct a built-in display structure using contemporary materials tied with modernist design to show their new work. BEAF Commission

SATURDAY 28 APRIL

RACHEL MORTLOCK, EMILY FURNELL, JOE MORGAN B.Y.K.N

EMILY MANNS LITTLE BOSCOMBE Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 12pm – 5pm Shipping Container Boscombe Precinct, Christchurch Road BH1 4BT

Emily will create a miniature cardboard streetscape of Christchurch Road and the tunnels below within the shipping container. Peering through windows and doorways, spectators will catch glimpses of Boscombe’s history and inhabitants, capturing the magic of its character and people. Emily trained as an interior architect before completing her MA in Architecture: Spatial Practices at Arts University Bournemouth. Emily will be working with Abigail Thommes on a programme of workshops. BEAF Commission

CREATIVE EVENTS MANAGEMENT STUDENTS IN MY MIND Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 12pm – 5pm Shipping Container Boscombe Precinct, Christchurch Road BH1 4BT

“If you could explain your mental illness, what would you say?” In My Mind uses a collection of real-life experiences and artists to bring to life the feelings and emotions relating to mental illness. By creating an open discussion, the immersive event tackles the stigma surrounding such a misunderstood subject. An Arts University Bournemouth final year student project. BEAF Commission All container exhibitions are part of the Pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

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MONICA BONOMO & MARIYA GARBACHEVA INFINITE CONTENT Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April – Mon 7 May 12pm – 5pm Shipping Container Beach west of Boscombe Pier, BH5 1BN

www.monicabonomo.com www.mariyagarbacheva.com

Located in a shipping container on the beach, Arts University Bournemouth fine art graduates, Bonomo and Garbacheva are collaborating to create an immersive site-specific installation. They describe the shipping container as a “metaphor of globalisation….,” This new collaborative project concerns ideas around the nature of ports and world trade. “Soon after the container ship ties up at the dock, a team of cranes start offloading the ship of its hundreds of containers, like a flock of vultures removing the flesh from a dead animal.” BEAF Commission Part of Pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm 13


Sat 28 April - Mon 7 May 11am - 5pm 779 Christchurch Road Bournemouth BH7 6AW

‘Springtime’ is an exhibition that will be showcased at Factory Shop in celebration of the season of Spring. It will run for the whole duration of BEAF and will aim to showcase a range of works such as prints, jewellery and ornaments. All work in the exhibition will be for sale in our shop https://www.facebook.com/thefactoryshop779 Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm.

OBJECTS AND TRACES WOODSIDE STUDIOS Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 - Sun 29 April 11am to 5pm Woodside Studios, Centurion House, Woodside Road, Bournemouth, BH5 2B

Woodside Studios presents new work by its resident artists. A range of diverse practices will be on show, such as painting, installation, ceramics and textile design. All are welcome.

JOHN CAGE: BRANCHES AND CHILD OF TREE GERAUSCHHERSTELLER, EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC ENSEMBLE Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April 2pm-4pm Knoll Gardens, Stapehill Road, Hampreston, Wimborne BH21 7ND

Free concert, but £6.50 (£5.50 concs.) for entry to the garden, which will be donated to charity A concert performance in a garden setting of John Cage’s legendary pieces employing the sounds made by plant materials, including plucked

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AURA HARVEY GHOSTS OF INCIDENT 48 Date: Time: Add: Cost:

Sat 28,Sun 29 April & Sat 5, Sun 6 May 1pm - 4pm The Bunker@Talbot Heath School, Rothesay Road, BH4 9NJ £12 / £8 concessions

LAURA DENNING FIELD NOTES (THE PASSION) – AN AUDIO TOUR Date: Time:

Sat 28 April - Sun 7 May 9am to 11.30pm download the audio tour. Details of how to download go to www.b-e-a-f.co.uk

MYRA AND FLO WHAT THE BULL LEFT BEHIND Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April - Sat 5 May 11am to 6pm Vita Nova. 11 Roumelia Lane, BH5 1EU

SHAUN PALMER OUR ROOTS Date: Sat 28 April opening party from 1pm Tues 1 & Wed 2 May workshop/performance Thurs 3 May closing party suggested donation £3 Add: Vita Nova. 11 Roumelia Lane, BH5 1EU

Staged in an air raid shelter, ‘Ghosts of Incident 48’ is an immersive theatre production commemorating the 75th anniversary of the heaviest and most devastating air raid to hit Bournemouth during World War II on May 23rd 1943. @ghostofincident48

SATURDAY 28 APRIL

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SATURDAY 28 APRIL

SPRINGTIME FACTORY STUDIOS SHOP

Field Notes (The Passion) is an audio tour around Bournemouth, available to download and listen to on your smartphone. It leads you on a merry dance around the streets, sights and sensations of Bournemouth, locating and dislocating the familiar, the littleknown and the entirely secret.

Working as a collective, Myra and Flo will exhibit art produced during their residency in Athens. The work archived the public’s response to the social and cultural hierarchies within Europe. Myra and Flo will hold workshops and discussions to archive responses to the work. www.myraandflo.com

A celebration of local artists, musicians and performers. Mixing workshops, discussion and live performances we explore what it is to be from, and to feel part of a place. Part of pv night Sat 28 April 5-7pm

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Sat 28 – Sun 29 April 12pm - 6pm Whitley Court Hotel, 3 West Cliff Gardens, BH2 5HL

JETHRO WILSON LET’S DREAM AGAIN WORKSHOPS FOR EVERYONE! Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April 11am – 5pm Joy Café Churchill Gardens Boscombe BH1 4HD

A collection of the artworks and collaborations of Laura Sixt and Zavier De Kment. The event will raise the awareness of the new Bournemouth charity ‘The Hope Enterprise.’

Jethro Wilson creates stories to encourage children to dream big dreams, and remind adults that they really can do anything! Jethro will be running creative workshops for children and adults to show them how to turn a spot into many different objects and characters. Jethro will also be running workshops in one of the shipping containers on: Boscombe Precinct Sat 5 May & Mon 7 May 11am- 5pm

www.jethrowilson.com

REBECCA NEWNHAM GLASS MOSAIC BOWL WORKSHOP

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Sat 28 April 8pm- 10.30pm The Crescent Gardens Boscombe BH1 4EX

An interactive installation mapped onto a £45 fully rigged 13 ft yacht that creates a dynamic archive of what travel means to our community. “Migration and movement have been a constant GLASS MOSAIC throughout human history. From following the BOWL WORKSHOP herds to the pursuit of a more secure life, human beings have set out across our planet inhabiting workshop will teach you how to create a practically every environment and latitude. This unique glass mosaic bowl, with expert tuition This process is fundamental to the evolution from Glass Sculptor, Rebecca Newnham and Glass Designer, Gaby Kienle. of culture and civilisation. As well as physical an introduction to the art of mosaic and journeys there are spiritual, intellectual and After a demonstration of glass-cutting, you are then temporal passages we undertake or have free to choose your colours from a selection of handmade enamelled glass to create your thrust upon us.” 30cm diameter bowl. Part of pv night Sat 28 April.

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At the end of this session you will have cut glass, learnt about the process of glass fusing and will have prepared work ready to fire polish in the kiln. Your finished bowl will be ready to collect within a few days and the option to engrave your name or initials onto it will be available.

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Sat 28 April 10am - 1pm Artspace Studio 44 Southwood Avenue Southbourne BH6 3QB

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. Learn about the art of mosaic, glass-cutting and fusing and create your own beautiful 30cm diameter bowl! £45 per person. Booking email gabykthompson@gmail.com

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Sat 28 April 10am - 3pm Artisan Community Art Studio, Branksome Centre, Recreation Road, BH21 2EA

Join us at Artisan Studio to have a wild day exploring drawing with ink! We will experiment with various unusual ways of mark making, including drawing with bleach on inked paper, drawing large, small and drawing to music. All materials provided, dress for mess. Free drinks and chocolate biscuits! Bring a packed lunch. www.artisancommunityartstudio.com bookings 07729 829 209- £30.

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SAT 28 APRIL WORKSHOPS

ZAVIER DE KMENT AND LAURA SIXT THE ANATHEMA EMERGES


Sun 29 April – Mon 7 May 10am - 4pm Sites in and around Wimbourne Town Centre

LAURA IRVING & MARK LLOYD PLAYING WITH FIRE

A collaborative art installation: sound and projection art installation: Sound and projection powered by solar power. loydartist. lloyd-fineart.com

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Sun 29 April 12am - 4pm South Coast Roast, 24 Richmond Hill,Bournemouth, BH2 6EJ

FREDDIE CHURCHILL “OH THAT’S COOL, BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN?” Date: Time: Add:

Sun 29 April - Mon 7 May 10am - 4pm The Stour Valley Local Nature Reserve, BH9 3NQ

Sun 29 April 7pm - 9pm The Overcliff Pub Suncliff Hotel, East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth BH1 3AG

An evening of live music showcasing local talent of all ages. Strawberry Fields RePresents. suzy@strawberryfieldsrepresents.com

MOMO: TEMPO FIVE SONGS TO HELP US UNSEE THE FUTURE

Date: Sun 29 April – 6 May Time: 11am – 4pm Add: Woodside Studios, Centurion House, Woodside Road, Bournemouth, BH5 2BA

ROASTED GROOVES: GROOVES FOR INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY

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We live in an era of fake news and alternative facts, when our leaders are lying to us. So, how can we tell truth from fiction? Fortunately, the Forest of Mendacity is here to help! Composed of a renegade grove of plastic Xmas trees, this is a place where lies are revealed, and truth is restored. nemeton.org.uk

SUN 29 & MON 30 APRIL

ADRIAN NEWTON THE FOREST OF MENDACITY

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Sun 29 April 6.30pm - 9pm Talbot Heath School, main hall, Rothesay Road, BH4 9NJ £5 on the door - momotempo.co.uk

“In a Now of fearsome realities, is a planet’s only hope… escape?” A romping neon cabaret for the end of the world – the exclusive first ever iteration of a new multiplatform musical futurism project from Momo and director Andy Robinson. What story do we think we’re living in? And can we change it?

Roasted Grooves brings you Jazz Flavoured Grooves For The Global Leftfield #g4gl in a food and drink setting. Hosted by The Illicit Grooves Radio Show and guests soundtracking delicious food, free range craft beers, organic wines, worldwide coffee blends and a great atmosphere.

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Situated in the Stour Valley, the exhibition engages with nature and the artificial. The sculptures, being made from mild steel, have been warped and bent, then left in the open to decay. They tell the story of the earth, nature and how we are powerless to stop the force of nature.

Sun 29 - Mon 30 April 10am - 11pm private view 6-9pm Mon 30 April 10am - 11pm Cosy Club, 34 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth BH1 1LG

A group show of conceptual photography. The work touches on a range of subjects from the subconscious to the environment, often focusing on the artists’ own relationship to and understanding of these subjects through the means of the camera and the photograph.

SPRINGBOARD 2018 ALISON SUMMERS BELL TERRAFLOWS Date: Time: Add:

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Sat 28 – Sun 29 April 11am – 4pm Kingfisher Barn, Granby Road, Muscliff, Bournemouth BH9 3QW

Walking-drawing & experimental creative practice along the River Stour to engage with place, the land and the ecology of a Dorset river.

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Sun 29 April 6pm – 7.30pm Pavilion Dance South West, Westover Road, Bournemouth, BH1 2BU £7 www.aub.ac.uk/dance

Students from the BA (Hons) Dance programme at Arts University Bournemouth will explore the intersection between sculpture and dance, in partnership with Roche Court Educational Trust. AUB Dance students will be joined by dancers from local schools and colleges in this performance platform.

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SUN 29 & MON 30 APRIL

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BEAF CULTURE +AND CULTURE3 PRESENT THREE NETWORKING EVENTS LOOKING AT CURRENT TOPICS THAT AFFECT THE CREATIVE SECTOR AND THE INDIVIDUAL PRACTITIONER. ALL EVENTS ARE FREE, BUT PLACES MUST BE BOOKED. Culture is a strand of Culture+, a programme tailored for the arts and culture communities that offers extensive business training, advice and support as well as networking opportunities. Details on all their courses and to book www.theartsdevelopmentcompany.org.uk 3

Mon 30 April 3pm – 6pm Velo Domestique, 176-180 Seabourne Rd, Bournemouth BH5 2JB Free meal included

We’ve all seen empty shops, abandoned garages, uninhabited places, and thought “what a shame, someone could do something fun there.” There are those who make empty spaces comes to life, so why can’t we do the same in Dorset? Let’s learn from them, discuss and make our spaces work. Continue the conversation over a delicious meal to end provided by Velo.

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Fri 4 May 12.30pm - 2.30pm The Chocolate Box, 8 Christchurch Road Bournemouth,BH1 3NA

As an artist have you considered using new technology to tell your stories? As a creative developer have you considered working with artists to develop your work? We will be having a chat with a panel of those working in the Arts and Digital Technology world. In collaboration with Silicon South.

FW MURNAU’S NOSFERATU ACCOMPANIED WITH LIVE MUSIC FROM THE CABINET OF LIVING CINEMA Date: Add: Tickets:

Sun 29 April 7.30pm Shelley Theatre Beechwood Avenue Bournemouth BH5 1LX 01202 413600 £10/£8 shelleytheatre.co.uk

CULTURE³: ARTS = CHANGE? Date: Time: Add:

Culture+ is funded by Arts Council England and the European Regional Development Fund. It is providing support for the creative industry strand of the Dorset Growth Hub programme lead by WSX Enterprise working with partners Silicon South, YTKO and DORMEN

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Sat 5 May 1pm - 4pm Old School House, Gladstone Mews, Gladstone, Boscombe Rd BH7 68G

Where do arts and activism sit currently? Internationally and locally. What makes them different from advertising ploys? Does the work change things? We will be meeting to have a chat with a panel of activist artists, and possibly change the world together.

The Cabinet of Living Cinema perform live to accompany one of the silent era’s most influential masterpieces. Murnau’s eerie gothic psycho-drama, created in 1922, set the template for the horror films that followed. Cabinet’s score uses a range of voices– harp, guitar, viola, clarinet and percussion – to reflect the film’s pioneering expressionism. This landmark vampire film begins in the Carpathian mountains, where real estate agent Hutter has arrived to close a sale with the reclusive Herr Orlok. Despite the feverish warnings of the local peasants, Hutter journeys to Orlok’s sinister castle. Hutter soon discovers that Orlok is no ordinary mortal.

LAUREN EMMETT THE COFFEE CUP PROJECT Date/Time: Mon 30 April – Thurs 3 May 11am – 4pm Exhibition: Sun 6 May Add: South Coast Roast: 24 Richmond Hill Bournemouth BH2 6E. Date/Time: Mon 7 May 10am – 5pm Add: Boscombe Precinct 650 Christchurch Road Boscombe BH1 4BP The Coffee Cup Project is run by a collective of 2016 fine art graduates from Arts University Bournemouth, who will be offering FREE coffee as an exchange between creatives. Everyone is invited to sit down, do some doodling and enjoy a cup of coffee! BEAF Commission

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A rare chance to see a uniquely talented local pianist/composer. Enjoy soothing, impressionist piano works composed by Lerouge himself. Set in the historic Shelley Theatre with wondrous acoustics. Influences include Debussy, Ravel, Einaudi, David Lynch, Radiohead, Fleet Foxes and film noir soundtracks. youtube.com/jameslerouge

SOUTH COAST MUSIC NETWORK ABSOLUTE MUSIC Date: Time: Add:

Mon 30 April 8pm - 10pm Units 3-5 Knighton Heath Estate, 856 Ringwood Road BH11 8NE

Ideal for anyone who works in music. Meet and mingle with musicians, DJs, producers, sound engineers, PR agencies, songwriters and many more. Take your business in the music sector to the next level. Strawberry Fields RePresents suzy@absolutemusic.co.uk

‘MAD TO LIVE: KEROUAC’S FORGOTTEN WOMEN’ DOPPLEGANGER PRODUCTIONS Date: Time: Add:

Mon 30 April 7pm – 9pm Chaplin’s and the Cellar Bar, 529 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH1 4AH

A staged reading of a new play by Bradford G (AKA Brad Gyori). Synopsis: Although he was a groundbreaking writer, Jack Kerouac’s work did not do justice to the creative and courageous women that loved and inspired him. This is the story of four of them.

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Tue 1 May 7.30pm – 9pm The Engine Room, Old Fire Station, 36 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth BH8 8AD

nonRecursive is a free-entry experimental music/sound-art event featuring a soundtrack of electronic atmospheres, noisescapes, pulses and drones. The event will include explorations of actuated and electronic instruments, and basic sensors to augment and inform laptop improvisations and visuals.

FRANKENSTEIN -OPENACCESS REHEARSAL WEEK

DAISY CARR BOURNEMOUTH SOUP

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Mon 30 April – Fri 4 May 10am – 5pm Shelley Theatre, Shelley Manor, Beechwood Ave, Bournemouth, BH5 1LX Donations gratefully received 16+

Tues 1 May 6.30 - 10pm St John’s Church Wimborne Road BH9 2AU Suggested £5 donation

Drop into the Shelley to witness theatre in the making. An innovative reworking of Frankenstein by SISATA and Offie-nominated BAFTA award-winning playwright, John Foster. See the production’s development and engage and observe the creative process. The show will premiere at the Theatre in mid-May before touring.

A soup supper that raises money for creative community projects where we live. Pay a donation of £5 on the door, hear from four creative community projects, eat soup together and then vote for who you think should get the money raised on the door. Delicious!

FORBIDDEN PLANET

THE ATTIC WORKSHOPS THE ATTIC AT THE GOAT

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Mon 30 April 9pm -12pm Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar, 529 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, BH1 4AH

Cosmic soundscapes from Mike Hewetson’s La Luna featuring analogue synths, spoken word, sci-fi films and projections.

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Tues 1 May 4pm – 5pm & 7pm – 8pm Fri 4 May 4pm – 5pm & 7pm – 8pm Above the Goat & Tricycle Pub West Hill Road BH2 5PF

An open community of learner and experienced artists working individually and in groups. We rent easel space, hold social art groups, run workshops and exhibit members’ art. Try your hand at sketching. We provide all materials.

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MON 30 APRIL & TUES 1 MAY

Date: Mon 30 April Time 7:30pm Add: Shelley Theatre Boscombe, BH5 1LX Tickets: £10 shelleytheatre.co.uk

MON 30 APRIL & TUES 1 MAY

JAMES LEROUGE DREAMY PIANO IMPROVISATIONS


FRI 27 APRIL AM

Briony Edwards Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre BH6 4EW

The Vodka Hunters 3 Wickham Road BH7 6JX BEAF Opening Party! Sixty Million Post Cards 19-21 Exeter Rd BH2 5AF

The Vodka Hunters 3 Wickham Road BH7 6JX Momo:tempo Five Songs To Help Us Unsee The Future Talbot Heath School Rothesay Rd BH4 9NJ Laura Harvey Ghosts of Incident 48 Talbot Heath School Rothesay Rd BH4 9NJ Talent Showcase EXTRA Suncliff Hotel East Overcliff Drive BH1 3AG Roasted Grooves: Grooves For International Jazz Day Illicit Groove South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill BH2 6EJ

Connor Brewer PointHouse Studio 802A Christchurch Rd BH7 6DD

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MON 30 APRIL AM

Westbourne Book Binge various venues Vintage Emporium ART/RECLAIM Open Weekend 1172-1180 Christchurch Rd BH7 6DY John Cage - Branches and Child of Tree Knoll Gardens Stapehill Rd Hampreston, Wimborne BH21 7ND Objects and Traces Woodside Studios Centurion House Woodside Rd BH5 2B The Anathema Emerges Whitley Court Hotel 3 W Cliff Gardens BH2 5HL terraFLOWs Alison Summers Bell Kingfisher Barn Granby Rd Muscliff BH9 3QW Jethro Wilson Let’s Dream Again Workshops Joy Café Churchill Gardens BH1 4HD Exploring drawing and ink Artisan Community Art Studio Branksome Centre, Recreation Rd BH21 2EA Rebecca Newnham Glass Workshop 44 Southwood Avenue BH6 3QB Shaun Palmer Our Roots Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU

Culture+: Let’s Make Space Velo Domestique 176-180 Seabourne Rd BH5 2JB Lauren Emmett The Coffee Cup Project- South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill Bournemouth BH2 6EJ Ezra Evans Non Conclusive Cosy Club 34 Old Christchurch Rd BH1 1LG Frankenstein Rehearsal Week Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave Bournemouth BH5 1LX

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The Vodka Hunters 3 Wickham Road BH7 6JX Martin Coyne Flow The Crescent BH1 4EX Laura Harvey Ghosts of Incident 48 Talbot Heath School Rothesay Rd BH4 9NJ

Shaun Palmer Our Roots Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU Lauren Emmett The Coffee Cup Project South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill BH2 6EJ Frankenstein Rehearsal Week Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX The Attic Workshops Above the Goat & Tricycle Pub West Hill Rd BH2 5PF

EXHIBITIONS 28 APRIL – 7 MAY EXACT DATE AND TIMES CHECK PAGE Peter Young A Boscombe Archive Coax Hair 15-16 Royal Arcade BH1 4BT Stuart Semple Boscombe Centre for Contemporary Art Police Box Christchurch Rd BH1 4BT

Vintage Emporium ART/RECLAIM 1172-1180 Christchurch Rd BH7 6DY Peter Young A Boscombe Archive Coax Hair, 15-16 Royal Arcade, BH1 4BT Westbourne Book Binge various venues

PM Steve Moberly Ever Closer to Comfort BUMF Gallery AUB Fern Barrow Wallisdown BH12 5HH

Mary Allen Crooked Book Shop 725 Christchurch Rd BH7 6AQ Ben Irwin Stranger Worlds 529 Christchurch Rd BH1 4AG Richard Sanz U OK HUN? Royal Arcade Boscombe Precinct BH1 4BT Jasmine O’Hare 778 Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum East Cliff Promenade BH1 3AA The Digital Divas Emily Manns Little Boscombe In My Mind B.Y.K.N all at Shipping Containers Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd BH1 4BT Monica Bonomo and Mariya Garbacheva Shipping Container West of Boscombe Pier BH5 1BN Factory Studio Shop Springtime Exhibition 779 Christchurch Rd BH7 6AW Field Notes (The Passion) – an audio tour Laura Denning Myra and Flo What the Bull Left Behind Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane, BH5 1EU Exhibition at Factory Studios Artists and Associates 107a Haviland Rd BH7 6HJ Adrian Newton The Forest of Mendacity sites in and around Wimbourne Town Centre

SUN 29 APRIL AM Laura Irving & Mark Lloyd Playing with Fire Woodside Studios Centurion House Woodside Rd BH5 2BA Freddie Churchill “Oh that’s cool, but what does it mean?” The Stour Valley Local Nature Reserve BH9 3NQ Objects and Traces Woodside Studios Centurion House, Woodside Rd, BH5 2BA

The Anathema Emerges Whitley Court Hotel 3 W Cliff Gardens BH2 5HL terraFLOWs Alison Summers Bell Kingfisher Barn Granby Rd Muscliff BH9 3QW Ezra Evans Non Conclusive Cosy Club 34 Old Christchurch Rd BH1 1LG

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PM Mad to Live: Kerouac’s Forgotten Women Chaplin’s 529 Christchurch Rd BH1 4AH Forbidden Planet Chaplin’s529 Christchurch Rd BH1 4AH Dreamy Piano Improvisations James Lerouge Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX South Coast Music Network Absolute Music Units 3-5 Knighton Heath Estate 856 Ringwood Road BH11 8NE

PM Tom Davis nonRecursive The Engine Room Old Fire Station 36 Holdenhurst Rd BH8 8AD Bournemouth Soup Daisy Carr St John’s Church Wimborne Rd BH9 2AU

The Cabinet of Living Cinema F W Murnau’s Nosferatu Shelly Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX Springboard Dance programme AUB Pavilion Dance Westover Rd BH1 2BU

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FRI 4 MAY AM

SUN 6 MAY AM

Shaun Palmer Our Roots Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU Lauren Emmett The Coffee Cup Project South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill BH2 6EJ Frankenstein Rehearsal Week Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX Art After Hours Rosemary Edwards Velo Domestique 176-180 Seabourne Rd BH5 2JB Boscombe Studios Open Day Various venues Boscombe Benjamin Collard Resurrection of Human Kindness The Factory107a Haviland Rd BH7 6HJ Streets of Clay Walk with Jo Amey

Culture+: Arts and Technology The Chocolate Box 8 Christchurch Rd BH1 3NA The Attic Workshops Above the Goat and Tricycle Pub West Hill Rd BH2 5PF Frankenstein Rehearsal Week Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX The Paper Cinema Arts University Bournemouth Fern Barrow Wallisdown BH12 5HH WHATSEAHEARD Carla May Beach Hut

Art After Hours Rosemary Edwards Shiva Shakti Yoga Studio 9a Clarence Park Road BH7 6LG Cloudscapes Gobbledegook Theatre Beach west of Boscombe Pier BH5 1BN Language Timothy! Cliff Lifts Fisherman’s Walk Southbourne Overcliff Drive BH5 2EL

PM Emma Arran Film Mary Wollstonecraft Lecture Theatre Bournemouth House Christchurch Rd BH1 3LH pg Boscombe Studios Open Day Networking Event Global Group 76 Shelley Road East BH7 6HB Annie Freud Poetry Evening The Crooked Book 725 Christchurch Road BH7 6AQ Listening to our Environment In The Dark Event BNSS 39 Christchurch Rd BH1 3NS The BEAF Film Festival The Old Fire Station 36 Holdenhurst Rd BH8 8AD International Jazz Day Illicit Groove South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill BH2 6EJ

THURS 3 MAY AM Shaun Palmer Our Roots Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU Lauren Emmett The Coffee Cup Project South Coast Roast 24 Richmond Hill BH2 6EJ Frankenstein Rehearsal Week Shelley Theatre Beechwood Ave BH5 1LX The Attic Workshops Above the Goat & Tricycle Pub, West Hill Road BH2 5PF A Day of Dance Arts University Bournemouth, Fern Barrow Wallisdown BH12 5HH

PM Me & The Creepers Chaplin’s 529 Christchurch Rd BH1 4AH doors Scott Lavene Narcissism The Musical & Amy Mason Pepper’s Ghost Shelley Theatre Beechwood Avenue BH5 1LX

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Sofar Sounds Bournemouth secret venue Jack Johnson’s Rare Record Club Velo Domestique176-180 Seabourne Rd BH5 2JB Gemma Alldred True and False Vita Nova 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU Vintage Fridays Suncliff Hotel East Overcliff Drive BH1 3AG

Pop Up Recital The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum Russell Cotes Rd BH1 3AA Debut Secret Opera Gala The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum Russell Cotes Rd BH1 3AA Doppelganger Productions RIDE! Shelley Theatre Beechwood Avenue BH5 1LX Talent Showcase EXTRA Suncliff Hotel East Overcliff Drive BH1 3AG Laura Harvey Ghosts of Incident 48 Talbot Heath School Rothesay Road BH4 9NJ

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MON 7 MAY AM

Jasmine O’Hare Artist Talk Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum East Cliff Promenade BH1 3AA Culture³: The Business of Arts and Activism The Old School House Gladstone Mews Gladstone Rd BH7 68G Family Feltmaking Artisan Community Art Studio Branksome Centre Recreation Rd BH21 2EA Workshop Dorset Buttons Artisan Community Art Studio Branksome Centre Recreation Rd BH21 2EA Life Drawing Trish Jubb Parkstone Baptist Church 11 Loch Rd BH14 9EX B.Top Art Ambassadeur Art 11 Westover Road BH1 2BY WHATSEAHEARD Carla May Beach Hut Art After Hours Rosemary Edwards Pokesdown & Southbourne Library 118 Seabourne Rd BH5 2HY

Bank Holiday Street Festival Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd BH1 4BT Jethro Wilson Let’s Dream Again Workshops for Everyone! Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd BH1 4BT Lauren Emmett The Coffee Cup Project Boscombe Precinct Christchurch Rd BH1 4BT

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PM Doppelganger Dialogues writing workshop Chaplin’s 529 Christchurch Road, BH1 4AH BEAF Closing Party! The Midnight Choir Chaplin’s 529 Christchurch Road BH1 4AH

PM Boomerang Club Velo Domestique 176-180 Seabourne Rd BH5 2JB Two Hours In A Room With Me Coley Productions Fusion Old Christchurch Lane BH1 1NE Church for the Night St Clements and The Secret Garden St Clements Rd BH1 1DZ Ghosts of Incident 48 Laura Harvey Talbot Heath School Rothesay Rd BH4 9NJ Frau DJs- 60 Million Postcards Exeter Rd BH2 5AF Slightly Fat Features In The Slightly Fat Show Shelley Theatre Beechwood Avenue BH5 1LX

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ROSEMARY EDWARDS ART AFTER HOURS Work made on site on:

BOSCOMBE CREATIVE ALLIANCE Date: Time: Add:

Wed 2 May 12pm - 5pm Studios across Boscombe 5pm - 7pm BCA networking event at Global Group 76 Shelley Road East Boscombe BH7 6HB

Boscombe Creative Alliance (BCA) is a family of creative businesses. As advocates for the creative and digital community, the members share ideas and inspire the next generation of creatives. The Studio Open Day offers everyone the opportunity to visit the studios of members of BCA and see the incredible creative work happening in Boscombe. Details of the ‘Studio Trail’ visit b-e-a-f.co.uk http://b-c-a.org

Rosemary Edwards will create a series of site-specific art-work using 5 different local businesses from Pokesdown and Southbourne. Using the ‘waste’ material from each business Rosemary will create bespoke work for their site. Including felted pieces from hair, captured moments of breath, reclothed by cloth and something in chains. All work will be available to view either in the shop or in the window as the festival progresses. Members of the public will be able to watch the creative process and engage in debate about the art-work as it is being produced. BEAF Commission

BENJAMIN COLLARD RESURRECTION OF HUMAN KINDNESS

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Wed 2 May 6 - 9pm Velo Domestique, 176-180 Seabourne Rd, Bournemouth BH5 2JB; Sat 5 May 10am - 1pm Pokesdown & Southbourne Library, 118 Seabourne Rd, Bournemouth BH5 2HY; Sun 6 May 2 - 5pm Shiva Shakti Yoga Studio, 9a Clarence Park Road, BH7 6LG

IN WINDOWS AT: Date: Wed 2 May - Mon 7 May Add: Hair from Clarence’s Hairdressers Pokesdown. Cloth from Vintage Tailoring Southbourne bit.ly/2HM5OHU

Date: Wed 2 May Time: 2pm-4pm Add: Factory Studios 107A Haviland Road Boscombe BH7 6HJ A butter sculpture extravaganza! Benjamin Collard’s 200kg conceptual sculpture “Resurrection of Human Kindness” descends by crane from his first story studio window. This event will launch the sculpture’s Crowdfunder page and the Collard foundation website. http://collardfoundation.com/resurrection-of-human-kindness/ https://www.instagram.com/sculpturescrapbook/

EXHIBITION AT FACTORY STUDIOS ARTISTS AND ASSOCIATES OF FACTORY STUDIOS Date: Time: Add:

Sat 28 April - Mon 7 May 10 am - 5 pm plus part of the pv trail 5-7pm 107A Haviland Rd, Bournemouth BH7 6HJ.

Four local artists who are residents or associates of Factory Studios, have collaborated for a joint exhibition in the gallery space showing a range of contemporary paintings from their individual practices. Opening event in the studio gallery Saturday 28 April. factorystudiosbournemouth.com

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THE BEAF FILM FESTIVAL Date: Time: Add: Tickets:

Wed 2nd May 6pm - 9pm The Old Fire Station BH8 8AD £3 Tickets www.oldfirestation.co.uk or on the door.

BEAF in collaboration with The Old Fire Station are proud to be hosting the Fringe Film Festival. We will be screening a selection of some of the best independent short films and animations from around the local area and beyond, including screenings from 2017 BA Animation and BA Film Production graduates of Arts University Bournemouth. @bournemouthfringe

STREETS OF CLAY - WALK WITH JO AMEY Date: Time:

Wed 2 May 2pm – 4pm

Join Jo Amey ‘The Tile Lady’ for a walk exploring the ceramic stories hidden in the historic buildings of central Bournemouth. Approx 2 hours. To book your place contact jo@tilelady.co.uk or find The Tile Lady on facebook. £7 per head, age 16+

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WEDNESDAY 2 MAY

BOSCOMBE STUDIOS OPEN DAY WED 2 MAY


Wed 2 May 5pm – 8pm Mary Wollstonecraft Lecture Theatre (BG10) Bournemouth House Christchurch Road BH1 3LH

Film Exploring Peer Based Support for Socially Marginalised Pregnant Women, a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship Report by Emma Arran, supported by the WAVE Trust and Lloyds Bank SSE. Film Director Shealan Faere. Thanks to Dr Sarah Langworthy, Rise Magazine, Mirek Lucan, Renée Adair, Hannah Kubiak and Wiradjuri Migay Art.

ANNIE FREUD POETRY EVENING Date: Wed 2 May Time: 7pm Add: The Crooked Book 725 Christchurch Road Boscombe BH7 6AQ Tickets: £5 on the door - http://bit.ly/2DqXcnl Annie Freud is a poet, teacher and artist. Her first collection The Best Man That Ever Was (Picador 2007) received a Poetry Book Society recommendation and was awarded the Dimplex Prize for New Writing. The Mirabelles (Picador 2010), was a Poetry Book Society Choice and was short-listed for the TS Eliot Prize. Her third collection was The Remains (Picador 2015) and was also awarded a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Annie Freud has been named by the Poetry Book Society as one of the Next Generation Poets 2014. She is renowned for her live performances.

A DAY OF DANCE Date: Time: Add:

Thurs 3 May 10am – 4pm Arts University Bournemouth, Fern Barrow, Wallisdown, BH12 5HH

Join the BA (Hons) Dance students to celebrate A Day of Dance, on Thursday 3rd May 2018. The AUB campus will be transformed by students from the first and second year of the dance programme, through a range of performances and participatory events. This is a day not to be missed! @AUBDance @ADayofDanceAUB @inspiredAUB #dancewithus instagram: adayofdanceAUB

ME & THE CREEPERS Date: Time: Add:

Thurs 3 May 8pm free entry Chaplin’s & the Cellar Bar, 529 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, BH1 4AH

Six piece ‘exploratory lo-fi folk noir’ fronted by Laura Pocket. Spanish/electric guitars, retro organs, string section, theremin, glockenspiel and samples combine to take the listener into tragic and bizarre future landscapes. Theatrical, intense, and at times comically very dark. With support from Glowglobes and John Holmes https://www.facebook.com/meandthecreepers

LISTENING TO OUR ENVIRONMENT AN IN THE DARK EVENT Date: Time: Add: Tickets:

Weds 2 May 7pm- 9.30pm Bournemouth Natural Science Society, 39 Christchurch Road Bournemouth, BH1 3NS £5 (£3 Conc) - www.inthedarkradio.org

We hear our environment day to day- but how often are we really listening? Sound practitioner and researcher Panos Amelidis will discuss the importance of listening to, appreciating, utilising and conserving the sound that surrounds us. From the historic taxidermy stuffed Museum Room of the Bournemouth Natural Science Society, Panos will take us on a journey through his creative process and share the work of artists who have inspired and influenced him.

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In The Dark is a collective of audio enthusiasts from across the UK who host communal listening events, celebrating stories told through sound.

Bringing creatives together Get involved at b-c-a.org hello@b-c-a.org

Boscombe Creative Alliance

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THURSDAY 3 MAY

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WEDNESDAY 2 MAY

TAKE HER HAND EMMA ARRAN


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FRIDAY 4 MAY

JACK JOHNSON’S RARE RECORD CLUB Fri 4 May 7pm – 11pm Velo Domestique, 176 180 Seabourne Road, BH5 2JB £1.50 in advance (via www.illicitgroove.wordpress.com) £2.50 on the door

Jack Johnson’s Rare Record Club: vinyl rarities, obscurities & groovities. Bring your own vinyl down to an evening of vinyl pleasure with open deck slots available on the night, resident DJs who will play your tunes in the Jack Johnson’s Juke Box section plus an invited guest record collector & DJ www.illicitgroove.wordpress.com 18+ only #BYOV @VeloDomCafe #illicitgrooves

GEMMA ALLDRED TRUE AND FALSE

BEAF TWO FOR ONE! ONE NIGHT AT SHELLEY THEATRE - TWO PERFORMERS Date: Add: Cost:

Thurs 3 May 7.30pm Shelley Theatre, Beechwood Avenue Bournemouth BH5 1LX £10/£8- shelleytheatre.co.uk

SCOTT LAVENE NARCISSISM THE MUSICAL Carlos is a narcissist. A cockney narcissist. But it wasn’t always this way. A charming tale of youth and vanity, cross-dressing and solitude. It contains semi-nudity, bad dancing, sad piano ballads and rousing anthems. The show follows Carlos’s life from a small and terrified trainee narcissist to drug and booze addled narcissism and finally to the graceful and beautiful narcissist of the present day. A tale of redemption and hope. And tight trousers.

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MY MASON PEPPER’S GHOST As the granddaughter of the late Lionel Jeffries, Amy’s performance tells a story of chance encounter and coincidence. 30 years ago, Jeffries came across a young man on a park bench in Bournemouth Gardens, in great distress, having just lost his friend to AIDS. Through coincidence the man, Kyle Wallace, became a friend of Amy’s many years later, and finally got to express his gratitude. This performance uses spoken word and live, close magic to retell this moving story, honouring Bournemouth’s history as an LGBT friendly town. Amy won the Dundee International Book Prize with her debut novel, The Other Ida.

Date: Fri 4 May Time: 8pm Add: Vita Nova, 11 Roumelia Lane BH5 1EU Ticket: Pay what you can afford (suggested donation £5) www.gemmaalldred.co.uk The performance is inspired by truth, lies and the strange ‘reality’ we find ourselves in, where ‘false news’ and Facebook are facts of life. Drawing together autobiography and philosophy, the performance traces the connections between the often life changing lies, and the writings of philosopher Jean Baudrillard, whoose ideas seem to eerily predicate a world view which has less and less idea of what the truth really is, and if it even matters any more. How do you know who you are, if you can’t be sure what you know any more?

CARLA MAY WHAT SEA HEARD Date: Time: Add:

Fri 4- Sat 5 May 10am - Dusk The beach: check b-e-a-f.co.uk for actual location

What does the sea hear? Join us on a mystical soundscape ecological adventure. Hear an acoustic environment reflecting and scattering boundaries. Imagined. Find us in a Boscombe beach hut. Your deckchair awaits. The Sea Shall Talk. bit.ly/2IAX2xg

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David Nock (Drums) Michele O’Brien (Movement) Date: Add:

Fri 4 May 6.30pm Sovereign Shopping Centre, 600 Christchurch Rd, Bournemouth BH1 4SX

FRIDAY 4 MAY

DAVID NOCK & MICHELE O’BRIEN MOMENT TIME & IMPULSE

An experiment in communication. Two artists take on a bold investigation of the power of words, performing a new work having never performed together before; a piece conceived and planned through dialogue alone with no rehearsals, plans, scripts, shared examples or notes. The audience will bear witness and influence direction as they play a pivotal role in shaping how the piece evolves.

VINTAGE FRIDAYS WITH MISS ANNIE Date: Time: Add:

Fri 4 May 9pm - 11pm The Overcliff Pub Suncliff Hotel East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth BH1 3AG

Step back in time with stylish vintage singer, Miss Annie Strawberry Fields RePresents suzy@strawberryfieldsrepresents.com

SOFAR SOUNDS SOFAR SOUNDS BOURNEMOUTH Date: Fri 4 May Add: Secret Location Tme: 7-10pm https://www.sofarsounds.com/bournemouth Sofar Sounds Bournemouth brings intimate, acoustic gigs across unique and secret locations in Bournemouth. From hair salons, churches and cafés, to car parks, beaches and living rooms, you never know where Sofar Sounds will be turning up. Sign up to apply for tickets.

CRAIG WILSON DOES NOT FOLLOW Date: Time: Add:

Fri 4 May 6pm-12am Free The Anvil, Holdenhurst Road, BH8 8EH

A pop-up mini-exhibition and art market - weird and esoteric local artwork with prints, postcards and zines to browse and buy.

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THE PAPER CINEMA ARTS UNIVERSITY BOURNEMOUTH

The Paper Cinema create magical live performances, combining intricate pen and ink illustrations skillfully manipulated in front of a live video camera and projected onto the big screen.

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This autumn BEAF will bring their new performance, Macbeth to Bournemouth. Before that BEAF invites you come and listen to the fascinating story of how this new work has been created with founder of The Paper Cinema Nic Rawling and musician Chris Reed.

Fri 4 May 3pm University House Wallisdown BH12 5HH Free but ticketed go to b-e-a-f.co.uk for bookings

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Sat 5 May 2pm - 4pm Artisan Community Art Studio, Branksome Centre, Recreation Road, BH21 2EA £10.00 adult, £7 child (suitable for 10+)

A family workshop learning to make a traditional Dorset Buttons or a more contemporary version. The Dorset button has a long history as a cottage industry originating in the 18th century. Free drinks & chocolate biscuits! Bookings phone 07729 829 209 - www.artisancommunityartstudio.com

TUTOR PAULINE STANLEY: FAMILY FELTMAKING SESSION - CREATE A BEAUTIFUL PURSE/WALLET. Date: Time: Add: Cost:

Sat 5 May 10am - 12pm Artisan Community Art Studio, Branksome Centre, Recreation Road, BH21 2EA £15 adult, £10 child - suitable for age 8 plus.

Warm soapy water, bubbles, wool, a bit of rubbing, a pinch of magic and you have created a beautiful piece of felt that you can then sew into a truly amazing, totally unique purse/wallet/glasses case! Bookings 07729 829 209 www.artisancommunityartstudio.com

TRISH JUBB: LIFE DRAWING DAY Date: Time: Add: Cost:

Sat 5 May 10am - 4pm Parkstone Baptist Church, 11 Loch Road, BH14 9EX £40 including £10 deposit

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Sat 5 May 8pm - 2am St Clements and The Secret Garden, St Clements Road, Boscombe, BH1 1DZ

Church for the night is a multi-layered, multi-sensory experience. To explore, interact, create and connect. Components can be installations, poetry, art, lights, candles, cafe and visuals. Its emphasis is reflection, introspection, existentialist exploration, spiritual connection, global awareness.

BOOMERANG CLUB Date: Time: Add: Cost:

Sat 5 May 7.30pm – 10pm Velo Domestique, 176-180 Seabourne Road, Bournemouth, BH5 2JB £3 on the door 16+

London’s favourite spoken word night arrives in Bournemouth. With a bag of hugs, mostly likeable hosts, and our ever popular open mic, this is one show that’ll keep you coming back . . . . I mean we are only here for one night but still. @BoomerangLondon

SPENCER WAKELING - COLEY PRODUCTIONS TWO HOURS IN A ROOM WITH ME Date: Time: Add:

Sat 5 May 7.30pm - 9.30pm Fusion, Old Christchurch Lane, BH1 1NE (Donation) http://bit.ly/2FGLF9o

Draw from the human figure with life drawing tutor Trish Jubb and a popular life model. Poses of various lengths and tuition as required. Materials included but feel free to bring your own favourites. Bring your lunch. Tea and coffee provided. See website or contact Trish to book. www.trishvisualarts.weebly.com

Come and spend two hours in a room with me. I’ll be there with some stuff to hear and stuff to see. Part exhibition, part performance, all inclusive. Music and poetry, mosaic and pottery, mucus and suppositories (all subject to change).

EDDIE PUCE-PAEGLITIS B.TOP ART

FRAU DJS

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Sat 5 May 10am-5pm Ambassadeur Art ,11 Westover Road, Bournemouth BH1 2BY

Large size mosaics made from bottle tops. “I want to show with a symbolic example - we people are like these bottle tops, each one is beautiful and individually branded, but when we meet together in the right steps, we create a new, bigger and more powerful image.”

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MICHAEL FRENCH CHURCH FOR THE NIGHT

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Sat 5 May 9pm - 3am 60 Million Postcards, BH2 5AF

Now in our 7th year of bringing fun across the South including London, Bristol and a few festivals in between, we’re back at our original and longest standing residency. Come join us at 60 Million Postcards for another outrageous glittery party! YAAAS! www.facebook.com/FRAUDJS

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SATURDAY 5 MAY

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SATURDAY 5 MAY

DISCOVER HOW TO MAKE DORSET BUTTONS


EVENTS ON THE BEACH SUN 6 MAY

LANGUAGE, TIMOTHY! CLIFF LIFTS SOUTHBOURNE Date: Time: Add:

SLIGHTLY FAT FEATURES IN THE SLIGHTLY FAT SHOW

Comedy. Cabaret. Chaos. After a sensational sellout at the Shelley in 2013, BEAF brings back Slightly Fat Features with a new show, stuffed full with stunts, laughs and mayhem.

Date: Sat 5 May Time: 7.30pm Add: Shelley Theatre, Beechwood Avenue Bournemouth BH5 1LX 01202 413600 Ticketst: £15/£12 family ticket 2 adults 2 children under 16 £45

Hard to describe until you witness it live. Suitable for kids but not a kids show. Cirque du Soleil meets Monty Python.

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“Inspired silliness...a perfect pick me up” **** The Times

Direct from The London Palladium. Variety is back and it’s Slightly Fat.

“Sublime and ridiculous”**** This is Cabaret

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Sun 6 May 10am – 12pm & 2pm – 4pm Fisherman’s Walk Cliff Lift Southbourne Overcliff Drive BH5 2EL

Neil and Trac Pawley are creating a new site-specific immersive theatre performance for an intimate audience in the passenger cars of Fisherman’s Walk cliff lift. “What if the separate journeys of two strangers with interconnecting stories, travelling on opposite cars of the cliff lift, were to cross for just one second?” A performance created for the shortest funicular railway in the world. Language, Timothy! started creating experimental music together in 2004. Since then their work has progressed to incorporate sound design, performance art and visual art. @languagetimothy BEAF Commission

GOBBLEDEGOOK THEATRE CLOUDSCAPES Date: Add: Time:

Sun 6 May Beach west of Boscombe Pier BH5 1BN Performances at 1pm, 3pm, 6pm

Cloudscapes is a very personal, human-scale work about clouds, with a focus on the role of clouds in climate change. Performer Lorna Rees tells stories of her relationship with the troposphere, and audiences are encouraged to look up and contemplate the mutability of clouds, as well as the mutability of humanity.

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Date: Sun 6 May Time: 1.30-2.30pm Add: The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Russell Cotes Rd, Bournemouth, BH1 3AA Cost: Free with Ticket Entrance

SUNDAY 6 MAY

OP UP RECITAL SCHUBERT, LISZT, DEBUSSY & VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS

DEBUT SECRET OPERA GALA Date: Sun 6 May Time: 6.30-9.30pm Cost: £35 includes glass of wine on arrival Debut singers bring the house to life with period music ranging from intimate Lieder to timeless mélodie. This unforgettable evening invites you to a night of opera with Dorset soprano Lizzie Holmes (Olivier Awards 2018 nominee La Bohème, Phantom of the Opera) tenor Joel Williams, and veteran pianist Jo Ramadan. Gala in aid of the Russell-Cotes Charitable Trust

DOPPELGANGER PRODUCTIONS RIDE! Date: Time: Add: Tickets:

Urban Reef, next to Boscombe Pier

Sun 6 May 7.30pm Shelley Theatre, Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth BH5 1LX £12/£10 shelleytheatre.co.uk

Based on the shocking murder of African American James Byrd Jr by members of the Ku Klux Klan in 1998, this exceptional new production from scriptwriter John Foster (Nominee for Best New Play for the Off the West End Awards 2018) is a one-man play about “a world distressingly ill at ease with itself”, Jeremy Miles The Echo. Directed by Charmaine K Parkin, performed by solo actor, Shaquille John and accompanied with speech and sounds by Ben Waller, Foster examines the mindless bigotry of race-hate and asks one simple but seemingly answerable question – why?

PETER JOHN COOPER LIFE AND DEATH AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN Date: Time: Add:

Sun 6 May 7.45pm - 9pm The Factory 107A Haviland Rd Boscombe BH7 6HJ

Free collection for mental health charities The last day on earth of Eamon Porktraddle chronicled through poetry, noise and song. Poet and playwright Peter John Cooper and a cast of actors, musicians and soundscapers present a celebration of the infinite. www.lifeanddeathandeverythinginbetween.co.uk

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BANK HOLIDAY STREET FESTIVAL

ARTPARKSPACE Temporary art spaces using artist’s own vehicles, providing experimental and quirky spaces for exhibitions, screenings, interactive installations and sound works, amongst other creative ideas. Having the flexibility to turn up at any space at any time, ArtParkSpace will transform Boscombe Precinct into an instant pop-up gallery. Come and see some weird stuff!

HOOPLA GIRL

MONDAY 7 MAY 11AM - 5PM

RIMSKI & HANDKERCHIEF LAURA POCKETT AND OLIVER CUMMING

The final day of the BEAF festival we take over Boscombe Precinct for the BEAF Bank Holiday Street Festival!

A newly formed street theatre duo, Laura Pocket and Oli Cumming perform as two clowns, one riding a piano bicycle, the other a ‘double bassicle’. They pedal, pluck and perform through the crowds, interacting with the audience and negotiating a route through the landscape, while playing and singing songs.

The precinct will be hopping with live performance, a street food market, workshops, a parade of artcars and lots of lively events throughout the day! Come along and see performances including:

BEAF Commission

RUBY ADAMS

HOOPLA GIRL

BANG ON PROJECTS FACEBOOTH2: #INSTAGRAN

Amy HoopLovin will be performing ‘The Hooper Hero - Quest for the Best’ hula hooptastic show. Expect silliness, high level hoop skills and sass!

An analogue encounter in the digital age. Building on the success of Facebooth (part of BEAF 2014), artist duo Bang On Projects return with the theme of ‘MODERN LOVE’ offering portraits of grandparents (or other loved ones), dynamically created on the spot by commissioned local artists through the medium of the Facebooth.

RUBY ADAMS Travel back in time with Ruby Adams Dance Company for some vintage dancing fun

BEAF Commission

SLIGHTLY FAT FEATURES Street performance - a slightly different show, unicycling, juggling, mad performance mayhem from two of the SFF gang, Gorowny and Richard will present performances to make you laugh... 44

SLIGHTLY FAT FEATURES

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BEAF (BOURNEMOUTH EMERGING ARTS FRINGE) PROVIDES A PLATFORM TO SUPPORT AND DEVELOP THE EMERGING INDEPENDENT ARTS SECTOR IN THE CONURBATION OF BOURNEMOUTH AND POOLE. Our vision is based on the principles of: Place-making - using our local knowledge, helping to develop bold, innovative arts led projects to enhance and improve the local environment, relating to place;

Community - building stronger communities by involving local people and businesses with the creative community to help create positive change; Business development —supporting the local creative sector to grow and develop, through actively working to find affordable workspaces and places to exhibit, perform and stage events;

Keep in touch by signing up to our e-newsletter and like us on social media! www.b-e-a-f.co.uk

Place-branding — helping to promote the heritage and cultural identity of the place, to create a better understanding of the world around us;

DOPPELGANGER DIALOGUES WRITING WORKSHOP DOPPELGANGER PRODUCTIONS Date: Time : Add:

Mon 7 May 6pm FREE Chaplin’s & the Cellar Bar, 529 Christchurch Road,Boscombe, BH1 4AH

A BEAF special edition of Doppelganger Dialogues, a creative workshop which welcomes submissions of scripts, plays, poems, fiction and even musicals for performance and feedback. Submissions of up to 15-minutes duration should be emailed to Federica Schiavello at Federicaschiavello@outlook.it by 1st May latest. http://doppelgangerproductions.co.uk/ 46

BEAF CLOSING PARTY! THE MIDNIGHT CHOIR Date: Add: Cost:

Mon 7 May Chaplin’s & the Cellar Bar, 529 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, BH1 4AH £3 on the door

Join us for a night of revelry for the BEAF Closing Party at our favourite Boscombe bar. Live music from The Midnight Choir, a 10 piece Latino collective including ex members of Pachango plus DJ Connie. http://bit.ly/2G50P7O

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KEY FUNDERS

EVENING & SATURDAY SHORT COURSES 2018–19

BEAF would like to thank the generosity of all those who have made the 2018 Festival happen, and who have supported us to create this incredible showcase of local creativity. 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. 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 look forward to working with everyone again!

Special Thanks to Lovett Estate and Letting Agents Dorset Police The Boscombe Business Community via Bournemouth Coastal BID Boscombe Regeneration Partnership Jimmy’s Velo Domestique Urban Reef Boscombe Creative Alliance Caron Khan PR Carol Butler Boscombe Centre Manager Nat Cook Designer Shelley Theatre Vita Nova Chaplin’s & the Cellar Bar Sovereign Centre The Factory Studios And all our supporting venues

– 3D MODELLING, DESIGN – & VISUALISATION – ACTING – ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE – CLOTHES MAKING – & FASHION ACCESSORIES – CREATIVE WRITING – DESIGN & PRINT – FILM PRODUCTION

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.

TERMS AUTUMN 2018 SPRING 2019

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BEAF (Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe) Official 2018 programme  

Bournemouth's largest independent arts festival running over 10 days 28 April - 7 May including the street art festival bank holiday Monday...

BEAF (Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe) Official 2018 programme  

Bournemouth's largest independent arts festival running over 10 days 28 April - 7 May including the street art festival bank holiday Monday...

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