A short film about migrants and a talk by Louisa Adjoa Parker Author of ‘Dorset’s Hidden Histories: Beginning to explore four hundred years of the presence of black people in Dorset.’ To be followed by question and answer, and discussion.
7pm for 7.30pm WI Hall, North Street, Bridport Entry £4, less if you can’t afford it Soup on sale from 6.45 pm.
EVENTS ORGANISED BY OTHERS
Saturday 17th October 2015
A day of plays,films, dance and music for DEMOCRACY DAY includes Billy Bragg, puppets, Cartoon Action Theatre and Bridport Youth Dance. For details of timings, check programmes available around town.
11 am till 8.30pm (Doors open 10 am, refreshments available) at the Electric Palace, South Street, Bridport
Thursday 22nd October 2015
ROBB JOHNSON brings the award winning GENTLE MEN to the Justice Cafe. Songs inspired by the experiences of his two grandfathers in WW1.
Doors open 8 pm for 8.30…
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