For one day only, Bristol's stories will dance through its streets.
Instant Dissidence's Slow Mo has gone on an epic journey to reach us across land and and sea through Sweeden Denmark and France, collecting stories on the way.
For this performance in Bristol's streets these stories have been transformed into choreographic postcards, to make the world become a smaller and far more connected place.
In the face of climate emergency, Slow Mo offers us a way to create connections across barriers and boarders whilst cherishing our planet.
Join them as they deliver dances as gifts on Bristol's streets.
About the Artists
Instant Dissidence tours the world in a responsible way, seeking stories and connections as they go.
Instant Dissidence is centred around climate change and activism. Instant Dissidence are artists and activists seeking to reduce the environmental impact of their work, including travelling slowly and sustainably, living consciously and working with partners that do the same.
This artwork takes place outdoors on the streets on Bristol and involves walking and standing at different points across the 30min performance. The distance travelled is approx 50meters across flat pavements.
Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather (brollies & sun-cream).
Please meet outside Tesco in Broadmead 10minutes before the performance start time.
Pay What You Can Scheme
We believe everyone has a right to access and experience art and culture. We understand that personal financial barriers can affect this access. We also believe in the value of artists and cultural makers who should be paid appropriately for the incredible work they do.
Our Pay What You Can scheme allows you to choose a ticket price that fits with your current circumstances. A range of price points will be presented to you when you buy your ticket, all you need to do is choose one.
Image credit: Jemma Stein
We know some people will be ready to experience a live event in person and others will be feeling more cautious. Our Covid-19 Statement contains information of things we have put in place to ensure your safety when attending this event in person.
The safety of our audiences, staff and volunteers is our high priority. We are monitoring government guidance on working safely during the pandemic and will update our procedures as required.
Here is some information about how we are creating a safe environment for your experience.
Our staff & performers are requested to test regularly.
Hand sanitiser will be available for use.
We will operate contactless ticket scanning.
This event is taking place outdoors in a public site
It is recommended that a mask be worn in crowded public settings for your own and others safety. We will not enforce mask wearing but ask you to be respectful of others who wish to do so.
Please be aware that although ticketed, some of our events are taking place outdoors in public areas and we cannot take responsibility for your personal property.
We will have stewards on site in public areas for audience and performers safety.
Please regularly wash your hands and use hand sanitiser provided.
Please follow signage and instructions from staff and stewards.
We ask you to not attend if:
You are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have recently tested positive for COVID-19.
Have been near anyone who has experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the last 7 days.
Our Refund Policy
Our refund policy entitles you to a full refund (minus booking fees) if you can no longer attend the event, provided we are notified before the start of the event booked for. You can request a refund from your citizen ticket account or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
If the event is cancelled or rescheduled by us for any reason including related to COVID-19 we will contact you to inform you of the cancellation and offer options for rescheduling if available, a full refund (minus booking fees) or a chance to turn your ticket into a donation to In Between Time.