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Friday 22nd July 2022

Arvy Ethers & Baldhu

— The Cloak and Dagger
Two new and forward-thinking groups presented by Improv's Greatest Hits + more tbc
price: Headfirst Tickets

Information:

Improv's Greatest Hits is a new label and fluid collective of musicians using improvised music as a vehicle to mix musical and social scenes.

www.instagram.com/improvsgreatesthits

https://365bristol.com/story/2022/04/20/interview-improv-s-greatest-hits-loud-bristol-issue-four/13368/

ARVY ETHERS
https://instagram.com/arvyethers

New project from Bristol scene journeyman cornetist Harry Furniss and wizard in texture and jagged edges, guitarist Steve Watson. Abstract but also melodic, calm also intense. A quick tag between improv and composition is explored through a rare partnership of instruments ))

BALDHU
www.instagram.com/baldhumusic

Trio comprised of trumpeter Celeste Cantor-Stephens, drummer and percussionist Jon Clark and bassist Alex Heane playing their first gig !Drone-fuelled melodic future jazz ))

THE DOLEBURY WARREN QUARTET
tdwm.bandcamp.com

Normally an ambient duo consisting of brothers and minimalist mood masters Fred and Charlie Purse, each playing a variety of instruments, tonight expanding to quartet form with sound innovators Harry Irvine (aka Big Fuss) and Jack Simmonds (aka Bearer).

Cloak and Dagger is a not for profit independent grassroots venue. this event takes place downstairs in 2The Carousel" for information on accessibility please email daggerbookings@outlook.com

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 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.

#BristolFringeFest

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