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KIN: Sunday DAY - The Crafty / The Critters

  • 16 Narrow Quay, BS1 4QA Bristol, United Kingdom (map)

Sunday day tickets on sale now - day/night combined tickets also available - as are full weekend tickets.

- Flounce into your Sunday with Drag Queen Story Time, UK in this special session for older kids/young adults/grown ups. DQST provides spaces in which kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and allow them to imagine a world in which people can present as they wish. 

- Screening & discussion: Donna Haraway — Story Telling for Earthly Survival. Donna Haraway is a prominent scholar in the field of science and technology, a feminist, and a science-fiction enthusiast who works at building a bridge between science and fiction.

- The Earth Protector’s Mission: Polly Higgins in conversation with Greenpeace UK's Ed Gillespie.

- An interspecies performance and workshop from The Feral Choir

- Become a 'stitchable changemaker' with a workshop from Craftivist Collective 

- Film screening: Manu Delago's Paradol Peak - in which prodigious Hang player Delago leads an ensemble of 7 musicians on a mountaineering expedition in The Alps, performing a collection of brand new compositions, at varying altitudes along the way. 

- Screening: The Endless Village (50 years since Brexit) - a satirical sitcom of an imagined future in post-Brexit Britain, or NFKATUK – the Nation Formerly Known As The UK.

- Jet McDonald : East to West, A Philosophical Journey - Lead writer of Boneshaker Magazine,Jet McDonald offers an enlightening, multi-layered talk that applies philosophy to modern life conundrums, using the experience of a bicycle journey and the components of a bicycle as metaphors to help us understand philosophy – and therefore ourselves.

Waiting Room Theatre will be hosting the Closing Ceremony - and anyone who's ever stumbled across their particular brand of weird at Shambala will testify that this is not something to be missed. 

- John Kay: Fairytale of Money (Perception & Narrative). John Kay is one of Britain’s leading economists. His work is centred on the relationships between economics, finance and business.

- Plant Spirit Medicine woman Rachel Corby on Rewilding the Self

We'll also have creative scribblings, creations and spectacles from our Artists In Residence: Alice Helps / Amber Anderson / Dr Keir Williams / General Public / Lalya Gaye / Live|Digital|Design and Lucy McLauchlan.

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Earlier Event: October 28
Cheltenham - The Swan
Later Event: December 11
Islington Central Library