Text Size

Canterbury - Free Range, project page

Free Range is a charity based in Canterbury that presents an award-winning series of experimental music, film and poetry events with a policy of free-entry.

 

Introduction

Our events happen at 7.30pm every Thursday from October to March and they take place at Garage Coffee @ Fruitworks, 1-2 Jewry Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2NR. [ true at August 2019 ]

You can receive news about Free Range events via email, twitter or facebook. Plus click the contact tab to subscribe to their newsletter

Free Range is made possible by donations.

schedule

Our events happen at 7.30pm every Thursday from October to March and they take place at Garage Coffee @ Fruitworks, 1-2 Jewry Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2NR. [ true at August 2019 ]

RECENT SCHEDULE LOOKED LIKE THIS

FACEBOOK LINK

about

Free Range is a charity based in Canterbury that presents an award-winning series of experimental music, film and poetry events with a policy of free entry.

Since we began in 2012 we have worked with more than 807 artists to present over 189 events; we've become a registered charity; worked closely with local festivals/universities/record labels/artists' collectives; started our own record label; received a Cultural Pioneer award; presented our own festival; made significant contributions to local festivals; presented live broadcasts on local radio and built an extensive online archive of audio and visual documentation. Most importantly Free Range has helped to create – and has become a hub for – a strong regional community of artists, audience members, institutions and organisations that care about experimental culture.

Listening to rich, complex stuff like improvised music or modern poetry is an active, creative process of finding and making meaning whilst remaining present and alert to a dense flow of ambiguities and associations. It is demanding, or it should be demanding. It required openness, patience, generosity, deftness, imagination and discrimination. Such listening is important work: it keeps us awake, keeps our habits of perception pliable and helps us to engage with the world afresh.

Free Range presents genuinely independent cultural events with playfulness, provocation and purpose.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Our events happen at 19:30 (doors open at 18:30) every Thursday from September to December 2019. All events take now place at St Gregory's Centre for Music, North Holmes Road, CT1 1ND – see what's on for details. Unless stated all events are free entry.

You can receive news about Free Range events by signing up to our newsletter, our finding us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Free Range is a registered arts charity and is made possible by the hard work of our team of volunteers, and by your donations. Without donations we can't pay our artists and musicians. Please consider donating or, even better, setting up a Direct Debit to help keep us going. A Direct Debit helps us plan for the future.

 

disclaimer

Disclaimer:
Neither the artists,the venue, the event host or promoter posted the event details to this feature. Please check that the details listed are true (eg venue, date and start time) before traveling to the event. To verify the information presented visit the host website, the event webpage or the event facebook page.

 

Read 1398 times

Why is improvisation important?

Share and exchange

Oxford Improvisers Twitter Feed

Safehouse (Brighton) Twitter Feed

South East England - events featuring free improvisation