From Bristol City Council
A celebration of St Pauls’ arts, music and dance will take place on Saturday, May 14 from 12noon to 6pm at St Pauls Learning & Family Centre and the Green on Grosvenor Road.
The one-day free event is thanks to generous support from sponsors:
Bristol City Council; Knightstone Housing and Quartet Community Foundation. And everyone is welcome to come along and join in the fun.
In addition to dance and arts workshops, visitors can enjoy World music from local community musicians, including: psychedelic band, Zum Zum Egui; Prime Funk; Katapulto; Tan Teddy – a Jamaican folk group, Modu N’Diaje from Senegal and Cissokho. There will also be an excerpt from Cleo Lake’s ‘Journey of the Griot’.
And anyone looking to get more involved can take part in an open mic and jam session.
Stella Quinlivan, learning programme manager at St Pauls Learning & Family Centre, said: ‘’It has been good to work our partners and local residents to put on an Open Space event this year. There is so much creativity in St Paul’s we are delighted we can celebrate it and showcase it to the wider Bristol community.”