Friendly Records & Folklore Tapes present: How To Recognise Liminal Spaces

FRIENDLY RECORDS & FOLKLORE TAPES PRESENT: HOW TO RECOGNISE LIMINAL SPACES at Café Kino Wed 18 October 2017 from 7.30pm - 10.30pm

"Folklore Tapes is an ongoing research and heritage project exploring the folkloric arcana of the farthest-flung recesses of Great Britain and beyond. Traversing the mysteries, myths, nature, magic, topography and strange phenomena of the old counties through abstracted musical reinterpretation and experimental visuals"

Daniel Potter & Alex Borland (Devon Folklore Tapes Volume I: Two Witches — Devon Folklore Tapes Volume II: Graves — Devon Folklore Tapes Volume V: Ornithology — Oxfordshire Folklore Tapes Vol. I — The Folklore Of Plants Volume 1)

t/e/u/ (The Museum of British Folklore — Lancashire Folklore Tapes Volume IV: Memories Of Hurstwood — The Folklore Of Plants Volume 1)

This show includes visuals and things for sale and that tickets are hand-crafted by The Letterpress Collective.

 

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Tickets: £7.75   It's too close to the event to buy a ticket online. Please call us.

everyone should definitely go green for a bit of Cafe Kino Coffee. one of the many jewels of Stokes Croft. it regularly holds classes, exhibits & live music events. here is what they say...

'Cafe Kino is a not-for-profit co-operative owned and operated by its workers, and run in part by volunteers. We strive to create a viable business which is open, fair and mutually supportive of all those with whom we are associated.

We aim to implement ecological practices throughout the company and are committed to providing delicious, ethically sourced food and drink served to consistently high standards at reasonable prices.

We hope to continue developing the cafe as an inspiring community space and focus for independent cultural and political activity. We host regular meetings and events and are always open to interesting ideas.
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Address: Café Kino, Stokes Croft, Bristol * Click on the address to launch google maps.