BKR 21: From A Rhombus To A Cube

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If you live in Bristol you will know about the Cube cinema, but you probably won’t know its history. The Cube Microplex represents so much of what is great about Bristol.  This podcast is about how having a passion for film can take you from running a monthly film night in Mivart Studios to signing a fifteen year lease on an independent cinema. Founder member Graeme Hogg (Hogge) and artist Kate Rich come into the kitchen to tell us how it all started, is still run by volunteers and the latest on the recent successful campaign to purchase the building. We find out that Cube Cola was inspired by Linux operating system, Kate tells us how it is made and about her response to Fair Trade through her project Feral Trade.

Live music by Paul Bradley.

Listen here:

http://www.bristolkitchenradio.com/portfolio/bkr-21-from-a-rhombus-to-a-cube/

 

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