A non-profit vegan camping festival in South East England, in aid of Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary. Expect campfires, music, activism talks, cooking demos, kids entertainment and yummy vegan food.
Tickets now available https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/our-vegan-weekend-tickets-39323989110?utm_term=eventurl_text
FB PAGE: www.facebook.com/ourveganweekend
Tickets and Venue to be announced
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A festival like no other. With carnival-esque pageantry, giant skull processions, acrobats, dancers and beautiful decorative art & costumes.
Festival of the Dead is a contemporary event infusing elements carnival, circus, theatre and unadulterated partying.
– Giant Skull processions around the venue
– Acrobats & circus performers
– DJ’s and live music
– Professional skull face painting
– Confetti, co2 and light show
This event is for persons 18 and over
Please note: this event is not part of the Dia de los Muertos public holiday, which has significant religious meaning and many traditions that will not be happening at our show.
60+ stalls, free samples, all day informative and interesting talks and inspirational cookery demos
£3 entry payable on the day on the door or £15 to include fast track entry and a goody bag full of products, discounts, samples and offers
Email [email protected] for more info, to book a stall, sponsor or volunteer
Nightglow and Fireworks Finale:
The famous nightglow is a stunning sight with 30 ballooning teams lighting up their balloon as night falls at 9.00pm on Thursday and Saturday to a backdrop of spectacular fireworks.
This August Bristol will be playing host once more to Europe’s largest ballooning event; an amazing spectacle and FREE event for the whole family. Over 150 hot air balloons will take off from Ashton Court Estate at dawn and light up the skies at night with evening glows with fun activities on the ground to keep the family entertained.
The event features four days of awe-inspiring hot-air balloon displays – with over half a million visitors gathering in the grounds of Ashton Court Estate, to watch balloons of all shapes and sizes lift off over the City of Bristol. Entertainment for all the family includes fairground rides, delicious food stalls and bars, face-painting and acoustic music areas.
OFFICIAL FIESTA SITE: http://www.bristolballoonfiesta.co.uk/
THIS EVENT IS DELAYED TILL 11th OCTOBER
We are very sorry to announce that George is now having an operation on the week of 19th March, so we will sadly have to delay our event at the Anson rooms in Bristol till Thursday 11th October.
Please understand that your money is safe with Eventbrite and that we will be offering refunds up to four weeks before the event happens. We apologies for any inconvenience in the short term.
If you have purchased tickets through Eventbrite it is a very simple process to get a refund so please bear with us and decide what you want to do nearer the time.
Many thanks for your patience.
Our love and support goes to George and his family.
And the good news is we will soon be announcing a series of exciting event monthly events in the West Country.
Please connect with us on https://www.facebook.com/AngelfishLIVE to hear more.
THE EVENT DETAILS
George Monbiot and friends – practical solutions for creating change. This interactive event is in the Anson Rooms, Bristol on 22nd March.
The event will consist of talks, group discussions and a Q and A offering the audience real life solutions for creating change. Areas up for discussion include education, environment, localism and building community.
Ticket link – https://georgemonbiotandfriends.eventbrite.co.uk
George Monbiot is most famous for creating and term ‘Rewilding’ and has challenged groups and created amazing calls to action across the world on deforestation, farming and conservation.
Our host for the evening will be the amazing author and independent change maker Peter Macfadyen. Peter has been instrumental in helping to create some amazing community projects through his work with Britain’s first independent town council. You can read more about Peters work at http://www.flatpackdemocracy.co.uk