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Thursday
14
JUN

The Ethical Debating Society, Drunken Butterfly and Kate Stapley

20:00
23:00
Exchange
Event organized by Exchange

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LaDIYfest Bristol presents: The Ethical Debating Society, Drunken Butterfly and Kate Stapley.

Three kick ass acts for just £4, with all profits going to Bristol charity Refugee Women of Bristol.
http://www.refugeewomenofbristol.org.uk/

The Ethical Debating Society (London)
https://www.facebook.com/The-Ethical-Debating-Society-76532450884/
Three piece Riot Grrrl inspired DIY punk from London. Having previously played with Jack Off Jill, Skinny Girl Diet and Colour Me Wednesday, they're bound to blow the roof off.
"Pure fire, conviction, positivity and anger." LouderThanWar

Drunken Butterfly (Bristol)
https://www.facebook.com/drunkenbutterflyuk/
LaDIYfest collective members and DIY punk veterans on the Bristol scene. Inspired by the likes of Bikini Kill, Babes in Toyland and PJ Harvey they combine snarly fuzzy punk rock with folk tinged melodies. Expect to hear songs on street harassment, Brexit and tory austerity.

Kate Stapley (Bristol)
https://www.facebook.com/Katestapleymusic/
Kate Stapley has been writing poignant yet playful songs for 8 years to rooms full of people, sometimes loudly, sometimes quietly. She writes about mental health, family and being a woman.

SAFER SPACES POLICY
LaDIYfest Bristol events are run on the understanding that all attendees must be respectful and thoughtful to all other attendees, participants and organisers. We aim to create safer spaces at all our events, which means that people will be protected from any kind or level of abuse. No individual should be made to feel uncomfortable or oppressed by any other individual’s opinions or actions.

You can read our full safer spaces policy here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/16nkNSowvytmkIBxLDF0Ce-0daBf-lSBBfaPTdZDTKMI

Accessibility information -
Exchange has a step free entrance from the street to the venue however our toilets are not accessible as they are on the second floor. We have an agreement with the pub next door who are happy to let our customers use their accessible toilets. Please note they close at 11pm. If you would like a member of staff to accompany you to the pub, please just let a member of staff know.

Full accessibility information available on Exchange's website: https://www.exchangebristol.com/posts/accessibility

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Exchange