A sneaky peek at some of this year’s performance programme highlights chosen by our partners, Town Hall Events including: Get the Blessing, Adverse Camber productions, Shazia Mirza, Soothsayers, the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers, What do Pirates do all Day? and more…
The artists’ applications are now in and we’re looking forward to bringing you a top quality and widely varied Art & Architecture Trail Weekend featuring some of the best artists and designer from the region and further afield.
And in the meantime, we wanted to give you a sneaky peek at some of this year’s performance programme highlights. Our partners, Town Hall Events, have put together two packed weeks of performance highlights including:
Bristol based four-piece, Get the Blessing who after 15 years, still boast their original line up including Portishead’s rhythm masters Jim Barr (bass) and Clive Deamer (drums) with Jake McMurchie (sax/electronics) and Pete Judge (trumpet/electronics).
Leading UK storytelling company, Adverse Camber bring an evening of imaginative and evocative storytelling and music with Czech wondertales interwoven with Bach, Britten and Barchet cello music in The Kingdom of the Heart.
The phenomenal Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers present their hard-hitting, high-energy show! “An invigorating, life-enriching experience… you’ll be poorer if you miss it.” – The Stage
Award-winning comedian, Shazia Mirza on her UK Tour – The Kardashians Made Me Do It – a searing and urgent exploration of life, love and Jihadi brides.
Exciting adventures with family show from Quite Remarkable Productions, What do Pirates do all Day?