When the Show Can’t Go On

How We Walk Through the Fire weekend in Bristol, 17th-19th April now postponed

We regret to announce the postponement of How We Walk Through the Fire, our weekend at the Cube in Bristol on 17th-19th April. This is due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the closure of the cinema.

If you were hoping to come to the gathering, we do apologise for any inconvenience and disappointment this will cause and we plan to reschedule the event at a later date. Dark Mountain really values the opportunity these events give to meet each other and exchange ideas and stories in convivial surroundings. and we are so sorry we won’t be able to share our weekend with you next month.  We had many wonderful sessions and performances lined up including the launch of Dark Mountain’s new spring issue and our first film show. We  hope you will be able to join us later in the year, possibly with the launch of the following fiction-based issue in October.

Please keep an eye on our website for news on this, or sign up to our newsletter for updates 

If you have bought a ticket

All tickets will be refunded this week. Thank you for supporting us and we hope we will see you in the future! 

If you would like to contribute to our cancellation fund

As you may be aware, with so many events being cancelled across the country, this will hit freelance artists, writers and other creative practitioners, particularly hard. Any donations for our performers, speakers and curators will be gratefully received and distributed. You can donate via PayPal  You can donate via PayPal on this page on our website, or directly to [email protected]. Many thanks.

If you would like to support Dark Mountain

You might consider becoming one of our subscribers, or buy the next book themed around restoration and renewal which was one of the inspirations for this weekend . Issue 17 will be published on 15th April and we will be running extracts and associated posts online until the end of the month. Reading books is definitely coming back into vogue!

Wishing you all the best in these challenging times.

– the Dark Mountain team


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