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Cafe Kino is a not-for-profit, and completely unfunded, arts space.

We are committed to supporting DIY arts and grassroots activism, and aim to work with promoters, groups, organisations, and individuals who share the qualities, outlooks and values that are important to us.


The events side of Cafe Kino (as well as other areas of the co-op) rely heavily on the voluntary time and effort given by our staff, who work hard to bring you a programme that we are very proud of.


We are proud to be an all-ages venue. There are no age restrictions on any events at Cafe Kino unless otherwise stated.

The main entrance to the cafe is step-free and on the ground floor. However, most events take place in the basement area. Unfortunately, due to building restrictions, this space is only accessible by
stairs.

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Cafe Kino Summer School is a series of educational events including lectures, workshops, reading groups, conversation clubs and more.

There is a small charge for some workshops, but all other events are free.
We have a number of post-graduate students from Bristol University joining us to give us an insight into what they get up to.




WED 31 JUL 13
Steve Rolf: Introduction to Marx
7pm - 8.30pm
free


WED 07 AUG 13
Tom Richardson: Introduction to Metaethics
7pm - 8.30pm
free




TUE 13 AUG 13
Pete Shadbolt: Quantum Physics
7pm - 8.30pm
free




WED 21 AUG 13
Rachel Stenner: How Print Culture Changed the World
7pm - 8.30pm
free




TUE 27 AUG 13
Claire Hall: Bristol Refugees
7pm - 8.30pm
free



MON 05
- TUE 06 AUG 13
LOAf Magazine
LOAFland comic making workshop

For ages 7-12

Come and invent a world for LOAfman to live in. A two day workshop with local illustrator Rosie Faraghar, involving big drawings, drawing games and comic making. The drawings you make might end up in issue 3!

2pm - 4pm
£7 (for both days)
www.loafzine.blogspot.co.uk

A monthly reading group based around the key values of Cafe Kino.




TUE 09 JUL 13
Veganism/Animal Rights

Equality for Animals by Peter Singer
Consider the Lobster by David Foster Wallace
7.00pm - 9.00pm
free





TUE 06 AUG 13
Co-operatives

Reading material to be confirmed
7.00pm - 9.00pm
free

Free informal English language sessions, every Thursday evening, taking place in the ground-floor cafe space.

EVERY
THURSDAY JULY & AUGUST
Conversation Club
7pm
free

next dates

thu 18 jul 13
thu 25 jul 13

thu 01 aug 13
thu 08 aug 13
thu 15 aug 13
thu 22 aug 13
thu 29 aug 13

We're looking for people who would like to be tutors. If you are interested in conducting informal english language conversation sessions then contact malay.michael@gmail.com

 


CAFE KINO
108 STOKES CROFT • BRISTOL • BS1 3RU


10.00am - 10.30pm • seven days a week
(last food orders 9.30pm)


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