The StationWelcome back to The Station! The Station is Bristol's Central Youth Hub. We are open to all young people and offer a place to relax, get advice and support, and explore your interests and talents. The Station is a supportive and creative environment where you can express yourself freely. And for any problem, no matter how big or small, we're here to help. Some of the top youth organisations in the South West are here under the same roof, giving you a wide choice of services and things to do. The Station is open Mon-Fri from 9am - 9pm and Sat from 9am-5pm. Want to talk to someone before coming to The Station? Give us a ring or drop us a line: Telephone: 0117 947 7948Email: [email protected] The Station is operating in accordance with government guidance to prevent the spread of Covid-19. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER First name (required) Please enter your first name Last name (required) Please enter your last name Email (required) Please enter your email address Please enter a valid email address (e.g. [email protected]) Send First name (required) Please enter your first name Last name (required) Please enter your last name Email (required) Please enter your email address Please enter a valid email address (e.g. [email protected]) Sign Up to Our Newsletter Pride Comic Art Festival About Pride Comic Art Festival is a day event celebrating independent LGBTQIA+ comic artists, comic writers, illustrators, and zine creators. There will also be a number of talks from guest artists and writers giving tips and advise on creating your own work. LGBTQA+ themes in the past have usually been hidden from comic strips due to censorship and a perception that comics were for kids (and heaven forbid they should know about LGBTQ+ stories). However, there has always been a rich and vibrant underground scene for the community by the community. Now with more comic artists being able to produce and sell their work independently, LGBTQA+ characters and themes are making their way into the public eye. Pride Comic Art Festival is giving LGBTQA+ artists, writers and creators centre stage to exhibit and sell their work and stories and for the general public to discover a world of talent and stories. There will also be a number of talks and workshops throughout the day to help inspire and spur on your own creativity. Details 4th September, 10am - 5pmFree & Open to all FIND OUT MORE How can we help?