Other Lincoln events

Punks with Bagpipes

Event will take place on the ground floor. Step-free access. Assessible facilities.
Past event - 2022
11 May Doors 7pm
Event 7.30pm to 9.30pm
The Pessimist, 4 Mint Lane,
Lincoln LN1 1UD
Music is vital to our society - join us to learn about the experience of punk women, and the world of bagpipes.

This event will include a viewing of some of our Creative Reactions artworks - art inspired by our Pint of Science speakers' research.

"I don't give a sh*t about the gigs!" Exploring what punk means to older punk women

Dr Laura Way (Research Fellow in Family Research)
Is there a pressure amongst older punk women to grow old gracefully, or do they instead relish in growing old DISgracefully? This talk will draw upon Laura's research with older punk women, exploring how they negotiate 'being' and 'doing' punk as they age, and consider what punk means to them.

A journey across the world of bagpipes

Dr Cassandre Balosso-Bardin (Senior Lecturer in Music)
Did you know that over 130 bagpipes existed across the world? What are they made out of? How are they really played? Who plays them? This diverse instrument is traditionally found from Northern India to Ireland and comes in all shapes and sizes. This talk will take you on a journey across the world of bagpipes, with live performance, demonstrating the astonishing variety of the instrument.

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2022-05-09 From War and Peace to the Moon The Pessimist 4 Mint Lane, Lincoln, LN1 1UD, United Kingdom
09 May
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