fabriCA | 29.07.2010 19:22
The Factory Opens its Doors
On the 7th August The Factory, Bristol's latest squatted social centre, will be opening it's doors to members of the public for their second Open Day.
On the 7th August The Factory, Bristol's latest squatted social centre, will be opening it's doors to members of the public for their second Open Day. Following on from the success of the previous Open Day on 8th May (which saw such interesting events as; a vegan cake stall, free fruit and veg market, slide shows, tours of the building and spooky tours of the basement) this month's event will include; a donations based café, cinema room screening various political films, games in Portland Square and even the possibility of live acoustic artists!
The Factory was occupied by a group of people earlier this year looking to create a free and open space for the community. Since it has opened it has hosted such events as film nights, workshops, cafés, discussion group, meetings and lots of other things! The Factory relies on your participation to survive, and if you have an idea or project you'd like to see take place then come along to the Open Meetings every Thursday at 7PM.
check the website for more info, details of the day and how to get here!
2-8 cave street, st pauls, bristol, bs2 8ru
Original article on IMC Bristol: http://bristol.indymedia.org/article/692795