PRSC

PRSC

Community space in Stokes Croft dedicated to cultural and political activities.


The People's Republic Of Stokes Croft has been something of a cultural landmark in an ever changing Bristol since 2006. With their roots in local street art contingents, they're responsible for the tourist favourite Hokusai Wave on Hillgrove Street, as well as the Jamaica Street Outdoor Gallery.

The space itself is used to to encourage human connections, social change and the exploration of ideas. With an emphasis on art exhibitions, talks, book launches, comedy, performance, theatre, circus, live music, film screenings, workshops. Recently a string of socially-conscious documentary premieres have highlighted the importance of this space for community discussion, wellbeing and events in Bristol. It's available for hire (as long as the cause is right) and hosts private event of up to 150 people.

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Sell out warning! Unlimited tea, virtuoso oud and Middle Eastern percussion maestros converge in new community-centric musical extravaganza Flooka TEA. Hopefully the first of many at PRSC! An intimate musical journey through Middle Eastern sounds with unlimited tea on tap

All hail the rise of the new petty bourgeoisie - the suburbanite, newbuild, inbetweeners who’d get Marx’s beard in a twist. Dan Evans discusses his fascinating book-length study on the peculiarities of the British class system and how modern capitalist/neo-liberal structures have blurred traditional definitions. We welcome Dan Evans for a discussion of his new book "A Nation of Shopkeepers: The Unstoppable Rise of the Petty Bourgeoisie"

For some, lockdown was a psychoactive ‘self-medicating’ revolution born from boredom and infinite NHS waiting lists. Keyhole blow this secret wide open with interactive installations, mushroom spawn demonstrations, information stalls on mycology and psychedelic therapy + CBD edibles for sale! Artists showing works relating to controlled psychoactive substances

For some, lockdown was a psychoactive ‘self-medicating’ revolution born from boredom and infinite NHS waiting lists. Keyhole blow this secret wide open with interactive installations, mushroom spawn demonstrations, information stalls on mycology and psychedelic therapy + CBD edibles for sale! Artists showing works relating to controlled psychoactive substances

Bristol Transformed turns to the Israel/Palestine agenda with Hil Aked ‘Friends of Israel’ book launch. Focusing on an anti-racist analysis of key UK figures in the recent suppression of Palestinian solidarity, Aked shows Britain’s complicity in the ongoing occupation. Bristol Transformed welcomes Hil Aked to discuss their new book "Friends of Israel: The Backlash against Palestinian Solidarity".