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St Patrick’s Day Parade Workshop @ St Bonaventure’s Church

St Patrick’s Day Parade Workshop @ St Bonaventures Hall Sunday 11th February, 14:00 – 17:00 W.E. IRISH , Lamplighter Arts CIC & University of Bristol are collaborating to research and design a St Patricks Day Parade 2024 for Central Bristol which celebrates being Irish beyond the usual stereotypes and from a migrant perspective. With at

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Declan Clarke and the Museum of a Proud History @ Cube Cinema

Declan Clarke and the Museum of a Proud History @ Cube Cinema Sunday 11th February, 13:00 Saturn & Beyond / What are the Waves saying? Artistic Differences a UNIONDOC program, is presenting two Declan Clarke films, with group discussion at the end. Saturn & Beyond Traces the discovery of the connection between lightning and electricity, and how this

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St Patrick’s Day Parade Workshop @ The Southbank Club

St Patrick’s Day Parade Workshop @ The Southbank Club Sunday 18th February, 14:00  – 17:00 W.E. IRISH , Lamplighter Arts CIC & University of Bristol are collaborating to research and design a St Patricks Day Parade 2024 for Central Bristol which celebrates being Irish beyond the usual stereotypes and from a migrant perspective. With at

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Bristol’s Slapstick Festival of Screen Comedy @ Bristol Beacon

Bristol’s Slapstick festival of Screen Comedy @ Bristol Beacon February 14th – 18th, 18:00 LAUREL & HARDY: LAST DANCE OF THE CUCKOOS Bristol Beacon are screening a documentary created by celebrity photographer Andy Hollingworth who made a trip to Ireland, revisiting the places and meeting the people who remember a visit by Laurel & Hardy

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Bristol and Ireland in 1373 @ The Lord Mayor’s Chapel, College Green (25/04/2024)

Bristol and Ireland in 1373 @ The Lord Mayor’s Chapel, College Green Thursday 25th April, 16:00 – 17:30 FREE public talk by Prof Brendan Smith (University of Bristol) that is part of the Bristol650 anniversary celebrations. Everybody welcome! In 1373, Bristol became the first English town to receive a charter from the king, raising it

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Seven Drunken Nights @ Bristol Hippodrome (21/04/2024)

Seven Drunken Nights @ Bristol Hippodrome Sunday 21st April, 19:30 – 21:50 “Seven Drunken Nights” is a theatrical production that celebrates the music and legacy of the iconic Irish folk band The Dubliners. The play takes the audience on a journey through the band’s history, focusing on their memorable songs, humorous anecdotes, and the enduring

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