The International Festival of Print 2016

ApathyPictureOrder of events:

Friday 13th May, 6pm – Deliberately unlucky festival and exhibition opening night, featuring the launch of Bristol Free Press. We start things with a sound system and cider gala in Centrespace gallery for Bristol Free Press, a proper cider drinker’s cider.

Saturday 14 May, 8pm – The worldwide premiere of ‘Broadmead the Movie’*, a film by Stanley Donwood and Mat Consume, followed by a performance by the highly analogue Chrononautz and poet Rick Holland. Tickets: £10

Sunday 15 May, all day fun:

10am – 2pm: Bakery Intervention – Nick Hand and Ellen Bills from the Letterpress Collective will be demonstrating the art of apathetic family printing at Harts Bakery. Tickets from the bakery £6, or £15 for a family, includes a drink and pastry. Is there more to life than Sourdough? You’d like to think so wouldn’t you?

7.30pm – Whenever: A Sunday Night In Bristol – Make Sunday Shite with Grumpyman DJs & BEAK> will play a 30 min total improv set to soundtrack a recorded motivation speech on creativity (If they can be arsed). Free entry (admission by ticket only)

Wednesday 18 May, 7.30pm – A Screening of ‘Broadmead the Movie’*. Tickets: £5

Thursday 19 May, 7.30pm – A nice sit down evening with Three Cane Whale, civilized music for Apathetic People. Tickets £12.

Friday 20 May, 7.30pm – Hey You! What’s Up With The EU?
A debate about the EU referendum with Gruff Rhys & John Harris, with reference to – and screening of – the 2004 Greece v Portugal Euro final. Includes half time musical entertainment. Also post match Eurodisco and Mainland Prog from Shit DJ. Tickets £5

Tuesday 24 May, 7.30pm – How Do You Solve A Traditionally Crafted Housing Crisis?
A debate about the national emergency in housing with Dawn Foster, Owen Hatherley and Emma Jackson. Followed by a screening of ‘Broadmead: the Movie’*. Tickets £5

Wednesday 25 May, 7.30pm – Closing Night Literary Salon with Jason Hazeley, author of the best selling ‘Ladybird Book Of The Hangover’ including a power point analysis of the history and effects of the hangover. Free entry (admission by ticket only)

All apathetic events take place at Centrespace and Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, Bristol BS1 1EA (just along the little lane next to Stanfords on Corn Street). Tickets on sale there or at Bristol Ticket Shop (bristolticketshop.co.uk).

The exhibition will be open each day from 11-6pm each day 13th-25th May.

The Letterpress Collective print shop will be open as above (apart from Sunday 15th, when we will be printing at Harts Bakery).

We have a bar and a rig that can take SoME bass

Disclaimer: These events are all actually scheduled to happen. Please join us.
* if we can be arsed