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Voting is now open for MTM Awards for 2016

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in most recent, News | Comments Off on Voting is now open for MTM Awards for 2016

Voting is now open for MTM Awards for 2016, created to give a platform and a voice to the Asian, Black and Ethnic Minorities throughout the South West.

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The Bamboo Club Remembered on Ujima Radio

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in most recent, News | Comments Off on The Bamboo Club Remembered on Ujima Radio

On Monday 4pm we are proud to feature a special BBC Bristol’s Radio programme on The Bamboo Club. It is 50 years since its owners Tony and Lalel Bullimore opened one of the most famous landmarks in Bristol.

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Wizard’s Tower Kickstarts Pirate Anthology

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in most recent, News | Comments Off on Wizard’s Tower Kickstarts Pirate Anthology

Wizard’s Tower is proud to announce its first ever Kickstarter project.

Piracity is an anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories by writers from Bristol and the Caribbean; with pirates.

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The Fabulous Nicholas Brothers

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in Events, most recent, News | Comments Off on The Fabulous Nicholas Brothers

On Wednesday 2nd November @ 6pm there’s a screening of “The Fabulous Nicholas Brothers”. Their dazzling, show-stopping numbers in movies such as Down Argentine Way, and Stormy Weather made them international icons.
Ticket prices: £9.00 full / £6.50 concessions / £4.50 aged 24 and under

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Boyz N The Hood

Posted by on Oct 28, 2016 in Events, most recent, News | Comments Off on Boyz N The Hood

Tweet Tickets Prices: Screenings before 16:00: £6.50 full / £4.50 concessions. Screenings after 16:00: £9.00 full / £6.50 concessions. Aged 24 or under? You can see any screening at any time for £4.50. Tickets available from: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/7747/stormy-weather/ Remarkably, John Singleton was a mere 23 years old when he wrote and directed what is now recognised as a seminal title, one that was instrumental in ushering in a new phase of black film making in the US. Set against the backdrop of early eighties South Central LA, the film focuses on Tre Styles (Cuba Gooding Jr), a young man who is trying to navigate life in a community ravaged by drug addiction, poverty, gangs and police harassment. Hard hitting and direct, Singleton’s story has an authenticity that is ably delivered by a fine cast, including Angela Bassett, Laurence Fishburne, Cuba Gooding...

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