Locations, Facilities, Accessibity

All venues are in or around the Stokes Croft area

Malcolm X Centre

141 City Rd, BS2 8YH

People's Republic of Stokes Croft

14 Hillgrove St, BS2 8JT

City Road Baptist Church

Upper York Street, BS2 8TP

Kuumba Centre

20-22 Hepburn Road, BS2 8UD

Getting here

Getting here by public transport - the nearest bus stops are Stokes Croft or Nine Tree Hill. They are served by the 3A, 3B, 70, 71, 73, 75, 76, 7XP and T2 buses. Montpelier Train Station is a short walk away.

From Temple Meads - It is roughly 25-30 minutes walk to any of our venues. The 73 bus runs directly from the front of the station every 20 minutes and takes about 15 minutes. There is also a taxi rank directly outside the front. You can get a train to Montpelier Station and then walk around 10 minutes.

From Bristol Bus and Coach Station - It is a 7 to 15 minute walk to any of our venues.

Driving - There is limited paid parking available at the Malcom X Centre. Further parking information can be found here.

Saturday 6th April - Lunch available at Malcolm X Centre

Fozia runs a Somali supper club called Arawelo Eats. The supper club is a platform for thinking, researching and exploring racism and British identity via the medium of food – particularly in response to Brexit. Fozia has written a paper about this for the Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery 2017, which was published in July 2018. In 2019 she was one of OFM’s Top 50.

This has also involved her creating workshops for Keep It Complex feminist art collective in London, a range of art/museum galleries including Serpentine Gallery, Jerwood Project Space and Museum of London.

Fozia has been featured on BBC Radio 4 Food Programme, Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery Ox Tales podcast, Food 52, Crumbs Magazine, Vice Munchies and Bristol 24/7. She is currently working on commission from the Colonial Countryside Project unpicking some of the colonial legacies of food & empire at Dyrham Park, National Trust.

Childcare, Accessibility, Inclusivity

If you need to know anything specific, please email bristoltransformed@gmail.com.

Speakers at all panels and parties will be amplified. Unfortunately our budget does not stretch to BSL interpreters.

People's Republic of Stokes Croft

The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, but unfortunately the toilets are not. The nearest wheelchair accessible toilet is jamaica street stores (39 Jamaica Street) who have kindly agreed that we can use their accessible toilet.

City Road Baptist Church

The venue can be accessed via front ramp. Isles within the church are quite narrow. The nearest wheelchair accessible toilet is in The Canteen in Hamilton House .

Malcolm X Centre

Main hall accessed from main entrance via ramp or steps, balcony accessed via stairs from entrance or via stairs/lift from side of main hall. There are accessible toilet facilities within this venue.

Kuumba Centre

The venue can be entered through the main entrance. The path is a little bumpy but should be manageable.
The main hall and smoking area are all accessible without needing to use any steps.
There are accessible toilets facilities within this venue.

Hamilton House

Fully wheelchair accessible via lift. Accessible toilet on site.


Saturday 6th April. 9.30-5.30pm

Harambe Building. Malcolm X Centre. Please let us know if you need a place here.

We have room for up to 30 children (5 years and above). They will be monitored with plenty of wooden toys and they will be able to play indoors or in a fenced off back garden.

The crech is run by Oluwatusin Shitto. He is a qualified child minder and he builds wooden toys with an educational purpose. His website is here.

Play Wooden CIC is an ethical and ecological company that dreams to re-introduce curiosity and experimental exploration back into our community through the use of wooden games.