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Dark Angels - EBM, Industrial and Synthpop Club Night (Plymouth) [Dec. 26th, 2012|05:43 pm]
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fenbane
[Current Location |United Kingdom, Plymouth]
[Current Mood |bouncybouncy]

Hello! Glad to find this group still exists!

I just wanted to let you know about a club night in Plymouth....

Dark Angels Flyer Jan-Mar 2013

January's Dark Angels will feature the usual mix of EBM, Industrial and Synthpop you all know and love. Accompanied by a wide range of reasonably priced drinks at the bar, and a BBQ providing late night tasty treats to fuel dance-floor antics until 4am.

All this for a bargain £3 before 11:30pm and £4 after

Request Friendly DJs on the night will be:

Blonde Rich
Victoria Fenbane
Peter Andrews
Guest DJ TBC

See you there. Lets get 2013 off a storming start!! :-)

You can check out more event details and RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/138257759662282/
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Saturday 3rd March 2012 - Barabbas / Exile reunion! [Dec. 19th, 2011|02:48 pm]
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dave_exile
The Cavern Club (underneath The Crown)
10 All Saints Lane
Bristol
BS1 1JH

10pm-3am

Prepare for a night of nostalgia as Barabbas & Exile return to the South West for a good old Goth & Industrial club night; playing the kind of music that we used to play in the '90s.

With DJs Matthew Methedreame (Barabbas) & Dave Exile (Exile)

Facebook event

More details to follow...
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'joy disorder' devon's joy division tribute band [Oct. 14th, 2011|06:10 pm]
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gothikwolf1966
playing live at the cavendish  hotel beer festival belgrave rd tqy 8-9pm sat 15 th oct 2011
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Night at the Cemetery [Mar. 3rd, 2011|10:40 am]
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janinemarriott

Dusk-at-Arnos-ValeFriday 13th May, 7:30-9:00pm

Night at the Cemetery

Join us at dusk on Friday the 13th for an atmospheric torchlight tour of Arnos Vale Cemetery. Taking a route past grand monuments and down dark paths, we'll explore the folk customs and funeral traditions of Victorian society, and the the life stories of some of those remembered in Arnos Vale, Bristol's Necropolis.


 

How to Book

Tickets are £6 Adults and £4 Concessions (OAPs, Guardian Angel Members, Children) and can be purchased securely on-line via the Paypal link at www.arnosvale.org.uk

Alternatively visit our Gift Shop located in the East Lodge, the building to the left of the main entrance just off the Bath Road. The Gift Shop and Reception is open Monday - Saturday 10:00-4:00pm.

You can send a cheque for the full amount of the tickets required - please also add £1.00 for P&P to the total amount. Cheques made payable to Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust. Your tickets will be posted directly to you.

For more information please contact Felicia Smith on 0117 971 9117 or email felicia.smith@arnosvale.org.ukThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Tea Party Time again [Feb. 14th, 2011|01:17 pm]
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lady_of_the_dea
Please forgive the x-posting



Tea party time is here again. It would be wonderful to see lots of lovely people having fun in an informal, friendly, pretty, cake intensive meet up.

Location on map

xx
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ENTROPY, Greenpark Tavern *TONIGHT* [Dec. 4th, 2010|01:54 pm]
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entropyjim
Roll up! Roll up!

Tonight the Greenpark Tavern plays host to ENTROPY. Bath's most eclectic alternative night, now running for over nine years!

Tonight entropyjim and icklemichael are joined by local DJ Ian, co-founder of When Robots Attack and founder of Psycho:Drama in Bristol. Expect the usual mix of all thing alternative: Goth, Indie, Industrial, a little Dance, 80s and (of course) a few special Christmas tracks.

All the details, including maps and previous setlists can be found our web site. We also have a new Facebook page

We hope to see some of you in Bath tonight!
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Dusk Tour 4th December Arnos Vale Cemetery [Dec. 2nd, 2010|03:02 pm]
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janinemarriott

 December Dusk Tour

Saturday 4th December at 3.15-4.45pm.

Tickets cost £5 adults, £3 concessions (children - tour suitable for 8+ yrs; OAPs; Guardian Angels).

 

Bookings can be made by phone -  tel: 0117 971 9117,  online - http://www.arnosvale.org.uk/index.php/eventsandactivities/169-december-dusk-tour , or on the day by dropping into the East Lodge shop before 3pm to buy a ticket.

 

Tickets cost £5 for adults / £3 for concessions (OAPs, Guardian Angels, Children) and the tour is suitable for children over 8 yrs.

 

Sturdy footwear, Warm waterproof clothing and a torch are recommended.

 

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Bristol Gothic Tea Party [Nov. 11th, 2010|01:27 pm]
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lady_of_the_dea
Prepare for some serious cross posting (sorry)

Bristol Gothic Tea Party
Sunday 21st of November 2pm
Bristol County Sports Club, Colston St, Bristol (BS1 5AE)
Please bring along cakes, biscuits, sandwiches, buns, fruits etc etc to share.



This is a gothic event but we don't bite (thats vampires you are getting confused with) so everyone is welcome to come along. If you came last year and are wondering about the new venue, this is a larger building, directly opposite the old venue.

Look forward to seeing you all there.
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ENTROPY, Saturday 6th November, GPT Bath [Oct. 20th, 2010|11:54 am]
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entropyjim
Last month we had to cancel ENTROPY's ninth birthday bash because of a break in at the Green Park Tavern on the Lower Bristol Road in Bath. As some of you know, October has been our birthday fancy dress month for many years. We have rescheduled it for the first weekend in November.

The theme this year is RELIGION.

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Yes indeed Ladies and Gentlemen, in honour of the recent Papal visit we shall be asking you to come dressed in anything remotely religious. Nuns, Vicars, Monks, Jonah and his Whale, Rabbi's, Flying Spaghetti monsters and yes, even Richard Dawkins! As usual there will be prizes for the best costumes on the night.

The GPT has had a bit of a makeover and there is now a bar and rest facilities in the venue - no more popping into the pub to grab a pint.

Doors open at 9pm at the Green Park Tavern on the Lower Bristol Road in Bath. £3 entry all night and pub prices at the bar. Card carrying members of RockSoc and Music soc can come in for only £2 each.

We are also working on changing our online presence a little and have created a new Facebook Page (we did have a Facebook group). If you've ever come along to Entropy and enjoyed it and would like to be kept up to date on Facebook please pop along and 'like' it.

We hope to see you all there!
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What's on at Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol [Sep. 30th, 2010|09:41 am]
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janinemarriott

WHAT’S ON at Arnos Vale

Join us for our first season of talks running this October to December. We’ve an exciting programme lined up, featuring notable academics from the Universities of Bristol, Bath and the West of England, exploring the diverse and fascinating popular customs associated with remembrance.

Victorian Funerals                                                                             Dr. Helen Frisby                            Friday 22nd October, 19:00-20:30

We kick off our Autumn programme with an exploration of the beliefs and customs associated with the Victorian ‘Cult of Death’ – prevalent in the hey-day of Arnos Vale.

The talk will consider folk customs, beliefs and rituals surrounding death, dying and bereavement in England during the period c.1840 to 1914. Many of these customs date directly from the Middle Ages, and they can also tell historians a great deal about Victorian village society.

Seasonal Festivals of Britain                                       Prof. Ronald Hutton                Thursday 28th October, 19:00-20:30

In the week leading up to Hallowe'en, we consider the traditional cycle of festivals of the ancient British year, with Hallowe'en itself as the first or last of these.

Beginning and ending with a consideration of Hallowe’en, this talk considers the way in which the passing year was celebrated in pre-industrial Britain, what those celebrations meant, and how the nature of the ritual year has changed with the coming of modern times.

Loss, Memory and War: Remembering the Fallen at Arnos Vale             Charles Booth                       Tuesday 23rd November, 19:00-20:30

In Arnos Vale’s month of Remembrance, we consider the changing forms of memorialisation that the Great War initiated.                                                                                                                                                                                               The enormous scale of casualties in the Great War forced nations and communities in the Twentieth century to forge new ways of remembering the fallen. The talk will provide an overview of the development of war memorials and war graves organisation in the United Kingdom, focusing on specific examples of memorials and individuals in Arnos Vale cemetery.

Angels and Mourning Today                                             Prof. Tony Walter              Wednesday 15th December, 19:00-20:30

Our last talk this season considers how contemporary popular culture engages with death and remembrance using the familiar motif of the ‘angel’.

Angels abound in contemporary popular culture - appearing in books, magazine articles, movies, websites and television programs. But do angels make sense to mourners today? The talk looks at a perhaps surprising place – the Sun newspaper’s online tributes for Jade Goody – to show there is much more to contemporary angelology than self-help and positive living.

To find out more

and make a booking, go to:

http://www.arnosvale.org.uk/

HOW TO BOOK: E: felicia.smith@arnosvale.org.ukThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (for more information and to book your tickets)

T: 0117 971 9117 extn 211 and ask for Felicia Smith

Box Office: Collect and pay for your tickets from our Box Office Reception, East Lodge

(just off the Bath Road entrance)

PAYMENT:

Payment can be made by cheque, cash or credit card at our Box Office IN ADVANCE.

Alternatively click on the Paypal button on the website to pay for your tickets.

TICKETS: £7 / £5 Concessions

SEASON TICKET: £20

(Season Ticket for All Four Talks! Victorian Funerals; Seasonal Festivals of Great Britain; Loss, Memory and War, Angels and Mourning Today)


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