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24% of homeless people identify as LGBTQ+.
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Cohort 9

The Link: 22nd May, talking money with poet Malaika Kegode and writer Sian Norris

Rife’s free networking event for young creatives in Bristol, The Link, returns in partnership with Festival of Ideas
Bristol / Events / / Rife Editor

Treading Water

In this short documentary we follow the story of seventeen-year-old young carer who has had the responsibility of looking after...
Bristol / Film / Lifestyle / Social Issues / / Cohort 9

Planet Plastic: A spoken word protest urging us to stop trashing Planet Earth

During a week of mass protests taking place in our capital, writer Natasha Batorijs shares 'Planet Plastic' her own protest...

Tears of Joy: the best funny videos for your day of sad

Everybody has days where they need a little bit of cheering up.
Bristol / Fun Stuff/Lists / / Lily Konteh

Waves of Plastic: Behind the lens with photographer Mandy Barker

Sumaya and Asmaa quiz Mandy on her artistic practice and ask why her work is so vital when it comes...

A Fighting Chance

Meet Iestyn, a young boxer who found community and support at Empire Fighting Chance in Bristol's St Pauls after the...
Bristol / Social Issues / / Cohort 9

Ten essential rules for watching a drag show (by a real-life drag queen)

A handy list of ways not to make a fool of yourself when you're watching a drag show.

Five of the weirdest things that have ever happened in Bristol

From poo buses to a tiger in a pub, Cameron uncovers five truly insane stories from the city's crazy past

Sugar and Spice and all things Rife

Sugar and Spice and all things Rife - that's what we're made of!
Bristol / Fun Stuff/Lists / / Cohort 9