MINE - Holly Corfield Carr

Goldney Grotto, BS8 1BH

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Tuesday 16 September 2014 – Thursday 18 September 2014

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A poetic excavation of second-best diamonds 

MINE journeys into the extraordinary underworld of an 18th-century grotto, a cave blistered with crystals and coral collected from slavers’ ports, to tell a story of dolour and dolerite amongst the city’s dealt dirt. 

An audience of six descend with writer Holly Corfield Carr to play cards, trade voices and dig up a murder mystery, a disastrous meeting, a comedy, a spiralling inferno. 

Meet at the entrance gates of Goldney Hall, Clifton. Suitable footwear recommended. There will be four performances each night. Book tickets. Supported by Jerwood / Arvon Mentoring Scheme, designed to nurture emerging writers.


Bristol Biennial 2014: Crossing the Line

From 12-21 September, over 40 artists take over Bristol, interrupting everyday spaces and sparking conversations that cross the city. Artworks will pop up where you least expect them: churches, shopping malls, community centres, terraced houses, high streets and more. From interactive exhibitions and moving sculptures to a secret music gig and unusual guided tours, Bristol Biennial has something for everyone!

See the full programme at: www.bristolbiennial.co.uk


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