On Sunday 17th October, a music, sound and film event created by Bristol based artist Kathy Hinde took place around Bathurst Basin, all inspired by listening to Bristol from an underwater perspective.
In response to the Swim Bristol Harbour campaign to allow swimming in Bristol Harbour, the Harbour Office has posted signs warning about the health hazards of entering the water. Our photo shows the poster that has recently appeared by the Ostrich Pub.
Local artist Kathy Hinde led a participatory Deep Listening Walk with water quality scientist Ana Castro-Castellón around Bathurst Basin. Kathy arrived with a selection of microphones to facilitate listening from different perspectives, by tuning in to the often inaudible and imperceptible sounds around us.
The first post-lockdown Lightship Theatre event will take place on the John Sebastian on Friday 24th September (doors open 8pm). We are promised a double bill of 'sublime sonic sensation' featuring 'dry wit phenoms' Billy Whizz and art rockers As Thou Wilt. Advance purchase tickets cost £10 and can be purchased here. Door entry cost £15.