Monthly Archives: September 2013

Walking In The City series – Parlour Showrooms, Bristol

As part of the ongoing In The City series, event 3 was titled Walking In The City and was a 4 day event exploring the city using artist led walks, talks and more. I saw two events from the weekend, … Continue reading

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The Persistence of Memory

This play was about dementia. There are no two ways about it, and it quickly got down to it’s subject matter and you could see where it was inevitably heading. Never the less it was heart wrenching and emotional, in … Continue reading

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Walking Talking, Exhibition by PLaCE – The Parlour Showrooms

A selection of artists have been brought together by PLaCE, looking at rural and urban landscapes and how we understand and navigate them.  Small space, just a few individual pieces with a big subject matter. An excellent starting point forfurther exploration by … Continue reading

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A Lexicon of Labour Movements, part of In The City Series – Parlour Showrooms, Bristol

A Lexicon of Labour Movements was described as choreographed demonstrations of the actions that go with tools that were on display in an exhibition around the Parlour Showroom’s main space.    As is so often the case with this type … Continue reading

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