An Evening With Baked Alaska
Saturday 2nd March 2024 – 8pm
Baked Alaska – They Are The Future (Still)
What do washed-up wannabe Pop Stars do when the 80’s come back into fashion? Why, they go back on the road, of course! Even though they hate each other and no one can really remember any of their songs.
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Music Club Night with Ma Polaine’s Great Decline
Saturday 23rd March 2024 – 8pm
Ma Polaine’s Great Decline are an award-winning band praised by MOJO Magazine for their unique blend of pop, folk, blues, and Americana.
They are delighted to embark on their spring tour to support fourth album ‘Molecules’ release which comes out on 22nd March, the day before they perfom for us!
Music Club Night with Gabriel Moreno
Fri 5th April 2024 – 8pm
Returning to the valley with his sonorous baritone and poetical lyrics often compared to such luminary wordsmiths as Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave and Bill Callahan.
An irresistibly engaging performer, he combines a latin exuberance and passion with a rare lyrical calibre. Performing on nylon string guitar and accompanied by pianist Ned Cartwright
Easter Holiday Drama Club – Slapstick and Clowning
Tue 9th & Wed 10th April 2024 – 10am – 4pm
Join us for a fun-filled Slapstick and Clowning Workshop.
Why are some things still funny? Learn how to use props and costumes to create hilarious routines as well as delving into the world of masks to discover how they can be used to tell stories and express emotions.
Bristol Ensemble – Vaughan Williams meets Einaudi
Sat 11th May 2024 – 7.30pm
The wonderful nature inspired music of Einaudi and Vaughan Williams come together in this stunning spring concert.
The Lark Ascending is one of Britain’s best loved pieces of classical music managing to capture the character of the English countryside inhabited by the Sky Lark.
Living Spit presents Adolf & Winston
Friday 7th June 2024 – 7.30pm
Two Actors. Two World Leaders. One Black Dog
Riotous, rebellious and ridiculously rib-tickling by turns, Living Spit’s Adolf and Winston leaves other two-man comedic, musical retellings of the history of the second war in the shade, and poses the question: “who thought this was a good idea, again?”
Watch our Fringe Festival 2022 wrap film
It was an absloute blast, and we’re so proud to have brought the Fringe Festival back to the Chew Valley, bigger and better than ever!
Thanks if you joined us, thanks if you performed, and special heartfelt thanks to our hard working team of volunteers, as non of it could happen without you.