Creative Show Off



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We’re back in Bedford on the 17th of September from 7-9pm at the Ent Shed and we’re shouting-out. Open mic slots can be as short as a minute and you can decide on the night. Tell us about yourself and your projects. Find collaborators and get some word of mouth. It’s fine to be all ears, chat amongst the crowd or step-up to the mic. All welcome.

There will be a couple of super shout-outs!

Gemma Hutton and Tom Perrett from The Higgins Bedford will be joining us to celebrate creative collaborations to date, tell us about future plans and encourage us to get involved.

Erica Roffe will be raising a rumpus about the Bedpop Fun Palace – all the events, all the venues – and asking people to join the Bedford art + science celebration of creativity.

Creative Bedfordshire is a network of creative people and businesses in Bedfordshire and offers regular networking events and professional development opportunities. Sole traders, freelancers and creative businesses of all kinds are welcome to attend. It is funded by the economic development teams at Central Bedfordshire Council and Bedford Borough Council and is run by Bedford Creative Arts.

Ent.Shed at The Gordon Arms
118 Castle Road, Bedford
MK40 3QY
7 – 9 pm


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