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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.

WESTBOURNE BOOK BINGE Date: Add:

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.

16+ audiences

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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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