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Small is... Festival
13 Sep 14
St George's Bristol Great George Street, Bristol, BS1 5RR
Hydro, Solar, Wind, Other
Weekend: £50 (£45), Day: £27.50 (£25), Session: £15 (£12.50)
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
The Small is...Festival is an annual festival celebrating the ideas of the radical economist E. F. Schumacher. It enables people to share, learn and be inspired by sustainable living, international development and appropriate technology.
This year’s festival takes place on 13-14 September and will bring together experts, activists, students and the curious from around the world to the wonderful St. George’s Concert Hall, off Park Street, Bristol.
There will be a series of lectures hosted by the Schumacher Society, where the likes of Green MEP Molly Scott Cato will take to the stage; debates on big topics like nuclear power and technology justice; and hands-on workshops where visitors can learn how to make their own energy using sun, wind and water power!
All of this is set to an international cinema and music programme to have the crowds entertained and dancing into the night. Day and weekend tickets are available.
Visit www.smallisfestival.org for more info.