The Bulwell Arts Festival
Friday 6th to Friday 13th July 2019.

Bulwell Arts Festival celebrates creativity within the community and hosts a varied program of activities including Art, Music, Dance, Film, Poetry, Workshops and Family Fun across the Bulwell area.

This year is the 6th year of the festival and it is bigger and better than ever before.

OK it may not quite be the Edinburgh Festival ... yet ... but that doesn’t matter. Because it is very much the BULWELL FESTIVAL!

There will be lots of things to do no matter how old you are or what kind of art you are into.

It all kicks off on with a Family Fun Day on Sat 6th July and Carnival Day on the Sunday.

Then there are woodcraft and silkscreen workshops, a mosaic exhibition, a short film festival, a bit of Shakespeare and heaps more!!!!

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Festival Highlights

HIGHBURY HOSPITAL MOSAIC EXHIBITION
Bulwell Riverside
Fri 5th July - Mon 15th July

The exhibition will display the work of Highbury Hospital service users, carers, volunteers and staff who have been working with artist, Anna Dixon, to create a series of mosaic plaques on the theme of garden birds.

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Family Fun Day
Bulwell Academy
Sat 6th July
11-2 pm

Take part in a range of have a go arts and crafts activities, learn a new skill and make something to take away.
BEATFEET DRUMMING
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
CRAFT STALLS
GAME MAKING

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HotHouse Theatre's Notts Film Festival
Bulwell United Reform Church
Sat 6th July
5-7 pm

Hothouse Theatre joins us once again to celebrate their 4th film festival. Judging has taken place and a fabulous range of films have been selected for you to watch and vote for your favourite. Each film is no more than 10 minutes in length
Cert PG

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Carnival Day
Bulwell Market
Sun 7th July
11-3 pm

Join us on Bulwell Market for our action packed carnival day event.

CARNIVAL PARADE
Carnival dress making
ART 'CAR BOOT'
and SO MUCH MORE

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FAMILY WOODWORK CRAFTS WITH BY OUR HANDS
Bulwell Forest Garden
Mon 8th July
4-7 pm

Adults and children are invited to work together to build something beautiful using traditional hand tools and an unruly assortment of wood, twine, fabric, reclaimed and recycled treasures.

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For the Love of George

 "They'll be painting the park fence soon. It could do with a new coat. They do it every now and then."

The woman from the reproduction antiques shop contemplates the state of the state of the park fencing opposite.

Well there isn’t much else to do.

Until one day George walks in to look at a reproduction Queen Ann desk.

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ST JOHN’S CHURCH MOVIE NIGHTS
St John's Church
Mon 8th - Fri 12th July
Doors open 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start.

Les Miserables [12], Fiddler On The Roof [U], The Greatest Showman [PG], My Fair Lady [U], Joseph And His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoa [U]

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SILK SCREENPRINTING WORKSHOP
Bulwell United Reform Church
Tues 9th July
1-4 pm

Join printmaker and teacher Maggie Smith as she shows you how to make your very own botanical or abstract art prints using silk screen printing techniques.

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ROMEO & JULIET PERFORMANCE
Hempshill Hall and Rosslyn Park Primary School
Wednesday 10th July | 2.30pmHempshill Hall Primary School
Thursday 11th July | 2pm | Rosslyn Park Primary School

Hempshill Hall and Rosslyn Park Primary School are two of the Royal Shakespeare Company Lead Associate Schools in Nottingham and will be opening their doors during the festival to exhibit, perform and screen work they have done this year on Romeo and Juliet.

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RHYME AND REASON POEMS TO INSPIRE
Bulwell Market Place Stage Area
Thursday 11th July | 7pm-9pm

Open-Air Open-Mic NightJoin local Christian Poets as they share faith encounters through poetry and prose.

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COOL JAZZ QUINTET
St Mary the Virgin & All Souls Church
Saturday 13th July | 2pm

Spend a relaxing afternoon in the company of Cool Jazz, enjoying Swing and Latin from the 1930s to the 1990s. Refreshments available and Raffle. Tickets available on the door.

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Recycle and Help Keep Hothouse Projects Going!


Printer Ink Cartridges
Old Clothes
Bric-a-Brac

Hothouse Theatre can take them off your hands

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Oh My Nottz is a HotHouse Theatre production. Co. No. 6505843 Charity No. 1154523. Tel 07963020259 email guy@hothousetheatre.com website www.hothousetheatre.com