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by rhiannon last modified 06/08/2015 04:14 PM

Events Update: July

by rhiannon last modified 06/08/2015 04:14 PM
Events Update: July

Circus City: Bromance 21st-23rd October

Hope you are all enjoying the summer out there? We've been keeping busy with some great workshops out in the garden, from Cob Oven Building and Foraging Walks for the grown ups (don't miss the next Foraging Walk, Wednesday 19th August) to Children's Adventures in Nature, Little Green Warriors and Holiday Lunch Club for the kids. Plenty more on offer to keep the younger ones entertained with our list of Summer Activities.

Things are hotting up for our big Guinness World Record attempt for the largest Samba Dance which is now officially registered. Bristol is home to a number of Samba artists, dancers & drummers, who provide a vibrant backdrop to some of the city's key events including Harbourside Festival and St Werburgh's Farm Fair. If, like us, you feel we can beat this record, join in and learn the simple routine, created by World Jungle Samba Dancers and head on down to Stapleton Road Make Sunday Special.

Last week we popped along to Circomedia to hear all about Bristol Circus City who have now announced their full programme. We are very pleased to have Bromance, by barely methodical theatre, in Fyfe hall, 21st – 23rd October ‘a jaw-dropping magnificent show.’ Lots more great shows to catch in this new month long festival.

For those creatives out there we are hosting a very special meeting with MAYK, Situations and Dr Edson Burton to share the word on Theaster Gates new commission here on Tuesday 18th August – amazing opportunity to find out how you can work get involved and be part of this incredible event.

Just added Nitin Sawhney to our live listings, one of the most distinctive and versatile musical voices around today headed our way in November.

Also, if you have a moment please vote for us as Just Giving's Charity of the Year 2015 From free music courses for young people to arts, heritage and permaculture projects for wider community, Trinity offers something for everyone. Each year the centre is used by over 40,000 people and we give over 1,000 hours of free space to other grass-roots groups to run their projects and activities for the community.

Finally still time for any last applications to our Operations Assistant vacancy – closing Friday 31 July

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