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The Big Bristol Book Borrow: finding your next lockdown read

Epigram talks to the founder of a new community-driven lending library right here in Bristol to keep us busy with books in our time of trouble.
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Instagram comic illustrators: celebrating independent creatives

Social media can quickly become overwhelming and social distancing has made escape from the media so much more difficult. So, I turned my Instagram into a positive place to celebrate the artwork of web comic illustrators and take a healthy breather from the anxieties of the media.
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Fifties feminism, flirtiness, and fame in Breakfast at Tiffany’s

With International Women’s Day on the mind, let's look at the dawn of the 1960s ‘Modern Woman’ in Hepburn’s *Breakfast at Tiffany’s* (1961): a classic movie that cannot be missed
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The art of the perfect Bristruth

Has your most recent and wittiest Bristruth been successful? Here's Epigram Arts' ultimate guide to the art of the perfect Bristruth for those sweet reacts.
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‘Visibility is one of the antidotes for inequality’: celebrating women in theatre with Imogen Palmer

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Epigram Arts talks to theatre-maker and theatre school manager Imogen Palmer about the celebration of women in theatre and her upcoming feminist show If These Walls Could Talk.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 @ M Shed ★★★★★

The beauty and fragility of life on earth is beautifully presented in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, which opened at Bristol’s own M Shed on Saturday 23rd November.
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IMOGENÉ: the improvised pop concert @ Bristol Improv Theatre ★★★★

Fresh from The Delight Collective, Bristol Improv Theatre hosted IMOGENÉ: the improvised pop concert. The show is an interactive queer feminist comedy pop diva clown show. From girl power ballads to improvised love songs about audience members, the show was a laugh from beginning to end.
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Meeting the creative industries: How To Go To Work

Epigram Arts was lucky enough to be invited to the book launch of a new and honest career guide by Lucy Clayton and Steven Haines titled How To Go To Work. The book is an insightful, informative and funny book about the honest advice that no one ever tells you at the start of your career.
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