Date(s) - Thu 16 July
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Vice & Virtue: Discovering the history of Old Market book, exhibition and website on the 16th July 2015 from 6.30pm at The Trinity Centre
As part of it’s commitment to celebrating heritage, Trinity Community Arts has delivered over 18 months the Vice & Virtue project, a remarkable study of Bristol’s legendary Old Market high street. The project has captured the voices of local former workers, employees and residents but also some of the most hard to reach voices such as female sex workers.
The book, website and exhibition*, powerfully brings together all the research findings, including photographs, written & oral testimonies, as well as archival references, capturing the stories that have made Old Market a truly historic area.
The winner of the 2014-15 Old Market short story competition will also be announced at the event.
RSVP: To manage numbers can we ask that you confirm your attendance to the launch event on Thu 16th July, 6.30pm by sending an email to: email@example.com. Alternatively call the Trinity office on 0117 9351200 and leave your name and contact number.
*This semi–permanent exhibition will be open to the public from Friday 17th July, 10am – 4pm (Monday to Saturday, subject to events). You are welcome to ring the Trinity Office in advance to ensure the space is open for viewings. If you are unable to visit the exhibition during these hours contact us to arrange alternative times.