Solar Fidé + Static Queen + Henry Ayling – The Cloak and Dagger
One of Bristol’s newest band’s – Solar Fidé – are out on the town, providing a night of Dynamic, Psychedelic sounds with a blend of Catchy Melodies & Driving Rythms.
Solar Fidé’s first headlining show is in one of Bristol’s most reputable, new, grass-roots venue’s – The Cloak & Dagger.
To top it off, there will be support from Static Queen – A Lofi-Indie, Alt-Folk, Cosmic Delight – As well as beautufully crafted & heartfelt Folk-Guitar Compositions by Henry Ayling.
As if that wasn’t enough cause for a celebration, it is also the birthday of Solar Fidé’s very own Bassist… It’s sure to be a night to remember!
In support of all things creative – Solar Fidé’s friend and owner of fashion brand, BUBBA ROSO, will be heading up a pop-up stall, showcasing her newest designs.
Tickets will be £6 on HeadFirst & £7 on the door.
Doors at 7pm
See you there.
FRIDAY 1ST JULY 2022
Thank Drag it’s FriGay – Lazy Susan
— Seamus O’Donnell’s
Drag Queen / Cabaret
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Brighton based, Lazy Susan loves a good turn! Singing anything from Bucks Fizz to Broadway with a helping of warped sense of humour, Susan takes her audience on a magical journey that’s sure to have you all screaming ‘YOU STUPID B****!!!’
“Thank Drag it’s FriGay” is an evening of songs and adult humour followed by DJ SOD’s playing all the best camp classics and party tunes.
This event is part of BRISTOL FRINGE FESTIVAL
To see what’s coming up visit The Bristol Fringe Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bristolfringefestival
Bristol Fringe Festival is launching its pilot year! Throughout July multiple venues across the city have come together to host a series of comedy, burlesque, theatre, performing arts and live music events, to showcase the incredible talent within the South West.
The aim is to bring Edinburgh Fringe Festival closer to home, allowing up and coming performers an opportunity to test out new material, giving the South West a platform for local talent and increasing tourism and trade to the city. We plan to do this every year, reaching out to more venues and more performers. July is a particularly challenging time for small venues and bars. Bristol Fringe Festival aims to get seats filled and pints in hands! All events are affordable or free!
Sponsored by Bristol City Centre BID, the British Association of Restaurants, Bars and Independents (Bristol), Cloak and Dagger and Loud and Funny CIC have been busy coordinating a program of events.
Expect stand up comedians, magic, family comedy shows, dance workshops, drag events and awesome bands.