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This event is part of the 2018 Bristol Food Connections festival – a citywide celebration of the fantastic, varied and delicious food culture in our city. From the 11th - 17th June, BFC will shine a light on the diverse people, businesses and organisations that make our city's food culture so incredible. Head to the festival and embark upon a voyage of discovery and exploration, learning about all aspects of the journey of food – from field to fork.

The world is changing and our bodies are too. Join the Man Food Project on a sensory audio walk through the sights, sounds and smells of Bedminster

'And all the Men We Saw Today' considers the human and nonhuman life of protein, via a soundtrack composed of new music and men’s food stories and reflections on the future of the planet. It has been created by choreographer Joanna Young, musician Jamie McCarthy and dancer Kip Johnson, as part of Man Food, a project that seeks to understand the changes that men face (bodily and environmental) and how all of us might prepare for them.

The project has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Connected Communities Programme, via University of Southampton, in partnership with Windmill Hill City Farm and The Matthew Tree Project.

Spaces are limited so booking is essential, and if you can no longer attend the event do let us know so we can offer your space to somebody else. The walk is suitable for ages 16+, and will take around 50 minutes. It's about a mile and a half long, and is largely on level roads and pavements. Attendees are advised to wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing.

About Man Food Project @ Bristol Food Connections

The Man Food Project examines men, protein and the environment. The project began as a response to claims that current levels of meat consumption across the world aren’t sustainable. Intensive livestock farming contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, puts land and water resources under pressure, and is connected to antimicrobial resistance, also known as superbugs. But most of us don’t make links between what we put on our plate and what’s happening in the wider environment. Why do we eat what we eat? What role does sustainability play alongside taste, health, cost and convenience? How might we have different conversations about food and about our relationship to the environment? Researchers from the University of Southampton are working with Windmill Hill City Farm, The Matthew Tree Project and Knowle West Health Park, to see what happens when we come together to talk about men and protein. They're not just interested in talking, but in getting stuck in – in cooking and eating together, in seeing food from different perspectives, and in using creative methods like photography and video to explore the world around us.

How to claim

This Wriggle is for a free place on the Man Food Project Walking tour. All you need to do is book your Wriggle through the app or website now, and then head on over to the walk's starting point in good time before the event starts. Simply show your unique code and then enjoy the walk. There are only limited spaces available, so if for whatever reason you're no longer able to attend the event, do let us know so we can offer your space to somebody else.

How to get there

Bedminster Library, 4 St. Peters Court/Bedminster Parade, Bristol, BS3
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