Celebrating Bristol’s musical soul with the city’s most talented and diverse musicians and artists
entry is free
Join us in celebrating Bristol’s musical soul with the city’s most talented and diverse musicians and artists, for a night of music, dance, poetry and spoken word, specially curated by Dr Edson Burton and Kim Fielding.
Dionne Draper and Choir performing with Lady Nade
Poetry curated by LyricallyJustified featuring Vanessa Kisuule
Capoeira curated by Ferdinand Kapo including percussion and storytelling
Neo-soul with Elza Patricija Parisa & band open mic
Jam with Priscilla Andersohn
Swing dance demonstrations by Bristol Swing Riot
Chance for YOU to perform as part of our music, open mic and poetry sections – contact email@example.com to register your interest.
The Hall is more than a music venue, it’s a place for Bristolian’s to meet, eat, rehearse and perform.
But it hasn’t always felt this way. We want to make sure we’re at the heart of Bristol’s creative life – to revitalise our relationship with audiences, and serve our communities and city.
To do this we want Bristol’s artists, community groups, clubs and societies to feel welcome. Speak to us about using our spaces in creative ways, from regular meetings to showcasing your talents. We’re all ears.
This event marks the start of the Hall’s renewed commitment to being a Hall for all. So come along, enjoy the music and talk to us about how we can make the Hall feel more like your Hall.
Colston Hall Foyer
Fri 3 May 2019