Shambala Festival creators unveil new cultural event
The creators of Shambala Festival have unveiled a new event, KIN, which will take place at the Arnolfini from November 8 -11.
Kin is a series of political workshops and talks, plus games, art and music, designed to expand minds, warm souls and create change. It’s a gathering for those yearning for a kinder world.
Expect board games with Paul Mason, film premieres, album previews and discussions from DJ KRUST, body positivity champion 'The Slumflower' Chidera Eggerue and a chance to play in the dark imagination of cult animator David Firth, creator of Salad Fingers.
Sidharth Sharma, event co-founder says: “We’re offering the opportunity to reflect on how we could live differently but through a prism of art, creativity and fun – the opposite of a dry and dull political party conference! And Bristol, being such a hotbed of social justice and environmental activism, is the perfect place to launch it.”
Daytime and night time tickets (£15 - £110 for the whole four days) can be bought from www.kin.world