Good music, good beer, good games. Next Tuesday marks our games night. Come down for some good ol fashioned fun. 7pm onwards.
Kettle of Fish are a 6-man a cappella singing group with an eclectic repertoire that ranges from the mellifluously sublime to the wittily ridiculous.We always try to sing songs you know and love as well as new discoveries that you've never heard but STILL love
Mrs Loats knew what not to wear long before other upstarts and as she moves into her third semester, she shares with her loyal audience, how to dress with the advantage of age.
She will use the 16th recession fashion show a/w 2017 to deliver her annual lecture,
The recession files- My Life in fashion.
The models will strut their varying sizes and ages in order to sell her vision
Not to be taken too seriously. A hilarious night out, that ends in a rush to the dressing room to grab the fabulous vintage clothes for sale, as the models try to protect their modesty.
What audiences had to say
Had to bring my moaning husband, he loved it and wants to book the next one.
I've been to every show except one
How the hell did you pull off a live wedding proposal?
At the Southbank Club, Dean Lane BS3 1DB
Tickets £11 (VIP £18)
Limited VIP tickets include canapés/fizzy/goody bags and reserved seats.
CASH AND CHEQUES ONLY.
Tickets from recession. 8 Jacobs Wells Road.
Thursday- Saturday Noon – 5.30pm
(NB closed 9/9/17 to fight austerity)
Please reserve firstname.lastname@example.org
and pick up later or on the door
An exploration of '70s library music from the vaults of De Wolfe, KPM.
... Come and bliss-out on a tide of scenic sounds!
Funky, beaty, relaxed, dramatic, outdoors, future, warm, threatening, driving...
Kevin Figes- Musical director
Tickets £10 - from HERE
Please note we do not send out physical tickets. We make note of your name and email address for entry on the door.
LaDIYfest Bristol is a non-profit, DIY (do it yourself) collective, celebrating the achievements of self-defining women and people of oppressed genders* through a festival of music, arts and skill sharing. We are part of an international movement of such festivals, stretching back to the first Ladyfest in Olympia, Washington in 2000.
WORKSHOPS FROM 1PM, MUSIC FROM 6PM. ALL WELCOME!
MUSIC 6PM - MIDNIGHT
Pay what you can: suggested £4 on the door
SCREAMING TOENAIL (London)
ANTI COLONIAL BELLIGERENT QUEER SCREAMING PUNK SASSY TOE NAILS.
YOUNG ADVENTURERS (Exeter)
3 ladies from Exeter play melodic indie rock with punk influences. Songs about pets, anxiety and periods with harmonies, their newest EP "Short Sighted" goes from hazy and discordant to raging and fuzzy and back again.
DRUNKEN BUTTERFLY (Bristol)
Bristol based folk-punk trio drawing inspiration from the likes of Kim Gordon, Babes in Toyland, PJ Harvey and Patti Smith. Combining guitar, bass and drums with ukulele and melodica they create a fusion of snarly fuzzy punk rock and acoustic folk.
KISS ME KILLER (Bristol)
KMK is a ferocious, hooky garage punk band based in Bristol, England. Citing Subhumans, The Stooges and Bikini Kill amongst their influences, Kiss Me Killer are sure to tear the place up.
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM (Leamington Spa)
Curt trans feminist noise-punk band from Leamington Spa, with songs about brutalist architecture, liberal failure and NHS vulvas.
SPUNKING OCTOCHOKE (Bristol)
Bristol 2 bit spunk rock band. Loud, brash, and great fun. Before you know it you'll be singing along to 'Power Pussy'. This band certainly don't beat around the bush.
WORKSHOPS 1PM - 6PM
Donations on the door. Full timings and details to follow.
Drag King Workshop
LGBT+, Disabled and POC caucuses
Tickets available from Bristol Ticket Shop: https://www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/eventdetails.aspx?e=16268