Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


BRISTOL ECOSHOW by nadiacatkinhillman
June 6, 2012, 10:57 am
Filed under: Art, international, justice, music, peak oil, performance


Celebrating custodianship of nature in

14 June at Saint Stephen’s 7.30pm £8/£6 on door 21 St Stephens Street BS1 1EQ

MOUSSA KOUYATE & the GALAXIE BAND

with THE PERFECT CURE BAND

Food. Displays. Film. Residents stories of city’s green spaces they love. ffi 07804363170 www.ecoshow.org.uk

 At the end of March public pressure forced a retreat by the Council over proposed sell-offs of several council-owned green spaces. This ecoshow concert celebrates this and other events.

Since 2009 The Bristol Ecoshow has been a part of the coming together of Continue reading



BREAKING THE SILENCE – A new play about the environmentalist Rachel Carson by nadiacatkinhillman
January 18, 2008, 3:15 pm
Filed under: international, performance

Circomedia, 6th Feb 7.30pm, £8 / £5

“The chemical war is never won, and all life is caught in its violent
crossfire”*

Breaking the Silence is a play about the life and works of Rachel
Carson, probably the most influential ecologists of the 20th Century,
She took on both the US government and the agro-chemical industry in
her ground breaking book “Silent Spring” published in 1962.This show
is not a history lesson, it’s not about fear and despair, it’s a love
story which reverberates with the world we face today.

Tickets available from
7 Generations, Picton Street, Montpelier, 0845 330 3934
Earthbound, Abbotsford Rd, Cotham, 0117 904 2260

OR

Book online by sending an email to silentspring. bristol@gmail. com
these tickets can be collected and paid for on the night.

Where?
Circomedia, Portland Square, St Pauls, Bristol

When?
Wednesday 6th Feb 7.30pm

How Much?
£8, £5 concessions.