There will be a one way system in operation and a reduced drinks choice with table service so you will only need to leave your seat for the loo.
IF YOU ARE CONCERNED THE VENUE IS NORMALLY 350 CAPACITY AND WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING THE CAPACITY IS REDUCED TO 60. IF THE EVENT IS CALLED OFF DUE TO NEW RESTRICTIONS YOU WILL GET A FULL REFUND.MINUS THE SMALL BOOKING FEE.Now the exciting bit the line up: Imprints: Imprints are a Shanty-Folk-Rock cider fuelled explosion from Bristol. With songs covering everything from Space Pirates to Zelda's political leanings, from the undead partying to waking up drunk and doing it all over again, Imprints will guarantee foot-stomping fun and the mightiest and fieriest of jigs.
Since November 2014, Imprints has stood as a solid five piece, adding long time friends Tom Bangham (bass) and Annie Wright (vocals) to the band. Influenced by wild nights out, the world as we know it and pirates… lots of pirates - Imprints continue to push the boundaries of their genre, play bigger shows and have a ruddy good time all with a foot stomp and a pint in hand.Leylines Duo [Steve and Hannah]: West-country collective established in 2013, with a genre-defying, eclectic sound that ranges from traditional folk to full blown festival rock. The Leylines are: Steve Mitchell (Vocals/Guitar), Hannah Johns (Violin), Dan Thompson (Electric Guitar), Sean Booth (Bass) and Dave Burbidge (Drums). The Leylines was founded by a group of musicians in Weston-super-Mare (via Bristol), wishing to combine their individual musical styles into something that isn’t quite folk, sort of punk, 100% heart-pounding revelry. This unique sound, combined with Steve’s lyrics centered around life on the road and the state of society, has launched the band into the heart of the live music community and made them firm favourites of the festival circuit. The band released their debut album, ‘Along The Old Straight Track’ in June 2016, produced by Sean Lakeman, recorded at The Metway studios in Brighton and mixed by Al Scott. With this team on board, inevitably the record has drawn strong comparison to the likes of The Levellers, Mad Dog Mcrea and Ferocious Dog, whilst remaining an album by a band which have forged their own sound and identity. In the following years The Leylines went on their first of many national tours, and were booked for Glastonbury Festival, where they performed six sets in as many days. They also played stages at Beautiful Days, Goldcoast Oceanfest, Something To Smile About Festival, The Godney Gathering and Big Feastival, as well as many other music festivals across the UK. The band then released their second studio album Recover Reveal, in March 2019. Starting work on it almost immediately after the release of ‘Along The Old Straight Track, their second record was nearly three years of honing and crafting, with a number of tracks crowd-tested at numerous venues and festivals across the UK. The result is a collection of sincere, straight-from-the-heart performances, constructed with care, and played with passion. The Leylines then took Recover Reveal across the country, before heading into festival season to play everyone’s foot stomping favourites from both their albums.
With a fiercely loyal and ever-growing fan base, The Leylines guarantee to have their audiences up on their feet – and they will be having as much fun as their audience while they’re doing it!Vincent Berlioz Martin: Throughout his career Vincent has managed to combine his love of the classical and folk world, with an eclectic range of styles, drawing his influences from the world of Balkan, Gypsy and Eastern music all the way through to modern Pop and Country. "Hi, Vince here to tell you a little about myself. My two passions in life are music & performance, & I was lucky enough to have two incredibly supportive parents, whose careers were both cemented in the world of music. My father was a violin maker & my mother a music therapist & it's with their support & encouragement that I have had such a varied musical career. I began violin aged 6 studying my grade exams throughout my school years completing my grade 8 at aged 19. I was also heavily involved in the Bristol Youth Orchestra throughout this time regularly performing the music of some of my favourite composers in the 1st violin section. Over the last 20+ years, my love for the violin has only ever grown, as I continuously expand my repertoire & seek out new inspiration. At present, I'm Bristol based, performing regularly across the country with my band, 'Imprints' & solo for a variety of charitable causes.
Music is an absolute joy for me, a passion that I live & breath, & I hope to be able to share it with you, to help make your occasion an incredible, unforgettable experience" - V
Show presenters: Ian Liversidge and Jem Smith