Haunting Ashton Court – 26th Jan, 7 – 9pm

Join us at The Arts Mansion for an evening of performance interrogating the gaps in our archives, and the richness of a collective history not written down through a reclamation of plants, people and stories in the grand music room at Ashton Court Estate. Devised by a company of young Bristolians, invoking mediums from poetry to film to theatre, Haunting Ashton Court finds the threads of working-class stories, queer stories, Black stories and pulls on them…

The second half of the evening will feature a screening of Dan Guthrie’s film ‘black strangers‘, currently touring UK cinemas as part of the Independent Cinema Office and LUX’s Right of Way programme​, followed by a panel discussion between Dan and the young creatives of Haunting Ashton Court.

Free transport to and from the event is available for those based in Bristol: please identify on booking form whether you require this and where you will be coming from. Please note: transport can only be provided if it is requested by Friday 6th January 2023.

This event is Pay What You Can, with a suggested donation of £5 to cover our costs, although no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.  Advance booking recommended, tickets via Eventbrite; https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/haunting-ashton-court-an-evening-of-performance-tickets-474763659887