3Sixty Summer Party
3Sixty Summer Terrace Party Saturday June 23rd 2018 - 3pm 'til 9pm. Blue Mountain Club, Stokes Croft, Bristol ULTERIOR MOTIVE (Metalheadz) KLAX (Critical Music) ILL TRUTH (Symmetry Recordings) ULTRAH (Biological Beats) CORBZ & MNR (3Sixty) DOUBLE U vs JAY TEE (Adaptive/3Sixty) Hosted by: BLUEJAY TWITCHEE VNC ROOM 2: WOOLFY / SWAMPY / Q-BEATS Tickets: Â£5 (Sold out!) / Â£8 / Â£10 from Afterdark.co More on the door. Only 250 capacity.
Blue Mountain, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ blue-mountain/3sixty-summer-party 3sixty Summer
Saved By The 90's (Bristol)
We are back! This one is for all you 90\'s kids! We are going to Spice Up Your Life and take you back in time to a very special era that will make you feel Larger Than Life! We will be Dancing In The Moonlight to the greatest 90\'s hits (plus all those guilty pleasures you used to listen to in your mums car) Get ready to scream your heart out to all the anthems of our youth: Backstreet Boys/ Spice Girls /NSYNC/Britney Spears/ Blink 182/TLC/ Shania Twain/ Five/ Dr.Dre/ Ace Of Base/ Whitney Houston/ Tupac/ Nirvana/Peter Andre/ Snoop Dog/ Ice Cube/ Shaggy /Blur/ S-Club 7/ No Doubt/ Mariah Carey/ Christina Aguilera/ Smash Mouth / Hanson and more! Celebrating your birthday in June? Email us a copy of your ID to [email protected] and we will send you a free ticket! Fancy dress is highly encouraged!
The Lanes, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-lanes/saved-by-the-90s-bristol-017 Saved By The 90's (bris...
Fleetingwood Mac At The Fleece, Bristol
Sat 23rd Jun | 7pm | 13 adv | All Ages* Fleetingwood Mac fleetingwoodmac.com We didnt just want to be another tribute band, with tacky wigs and fancy dress outfits. Instead, we wanted to bring across the live sound of Fleetwood Mac, with just one guitar, a keyboard, a drum kit, a man on the bass and of course, the vocals! As much as we aim to create a genuine Fleetwood Mac sound, we cant help but give it a modern edge, its just the way we play. How else are five people supposed to pay tribute to a band that has lasted nearly 50 years? A band who have over time have featured eight different Guitarists & Vocalists. A band that tour arenas all over the world, with six extra touring musicians. A band that started out as part of the sixties British Blues Invasion and ended up as one of the biggest mainstream groups of the eighties. Lets not even get into the scandals, relationships and excesses The Fleece www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS www.seetickets.com/event/fleetingwood-mac/the-fleece/1190748 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?/180623FLEFLEE1 *Under 16s must be with an adult
The Fleece, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-fleece/fleetingwood-mac-at-the-fleece-bristol Fleetingwood Mac At The...
Nearly Dan At The Bristol Bierkeller
The Spirit & Sound of Steely Dan NEARLY DAN in Concert - 21st Anniversary tour 2018 Featuring Classic album Aja 40 year celebration Sat 23rd June 2018 7.30pm 11pm (on stage 8.15pm) Tickets 16.50adv from 0117 9299008 Online tickets www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?/180623BIENEAR1 www.seetickets.com/event/nearly-dan-21st-anniversary-tour/bierkeller/1168920 Video www.youtube.com/watch?v=RehCFIIsMS8 Artists Website www.nearlydan.co.uk Less tribute and more homage, Nearly Dan is saviour to the growing legions of Dan fans, desperate to hear the meticulously crafted grooves and allusive lyrical style of Donald Fagen & Walter Becker. Nearly Dan\'s approach is faithful, though not reverential, and relaxed but as tight as their namesakes. They bring their own unique spirit and spontaneous humour to every concert. Its been over 40 years since the release of the first Steely Dan album Cant buy a Thrill, featuring the hits Do it Again and Reelin in the years. The band now in its 21st year on the road. Nearly Dan promise all the Steely Dan favourites in a two hour-plus show, featuring tracks from the groove of Countdown to Ecstasy to the super cool of celebrated albums The Royal Scam. Aja and Gaucho also featuring Donald Fagens classic solo masterpiece The Nightfly A real treat for all music lovers and an unmissable concert for any aspiring musician young or old. Visit www.nearlydan.co.uk for up-to-the-minute tour news, information, and dates. Celebrating 4 decades of STEELY DAN. Donald Fagen and Walter Becker have created some of the most influential music of the pop era. Inspired arrangements and witty, often biting, lyrics combine to make this some of the most distinctive music ever to grace the turntable, with hits such as Reelin in the Years, Do It Again, Rikki Don\'t Lose That Number, Deacon Blues, Peg and FM. culled from their seven platinum albums issued between 1972 and 1980. They reunited in the early 90s and toured throughout the decade, releasing multi-Grammy winner Two Against Nature in 2000 and its acclaimed follow-up Everything Must Go in 2003. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001. "It\'s just great to see The Dan\'s songs played with love and respect." "They\'re fantastic live!!!" "They are a totally absorbing group of musicians who remain true to the spirit of Steely Dan."
Bierkeller, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ bierkeller/nearly-dan-at-the-bristol-bierkeller Nearly Dan At The Brist...
Teaching Vinyasa Yoga: Weekend Intensive
STEPPING OUT OF THE FLOW Teaching Vinyasa Yoga - A Weekend Intensive Seeing as Glastonbury isn\'t happening this year... let\'s get geeky with our Vinyasa teaching. Dates: 23rd - 24th June 2018 Location: The Forge, Colston Yard. BS1 5BD Price: 220 Subjects that will be covered during this weekend: Safe & Creative Sequencing Connective assists Yoga anatomy Finding Our Voice Intention Setting & Class Themes Choosing Music Creating an atmosphere of enquiry What you will receive: - A collaborative & innovative workshop designed to tune up your teaching - A concise manual of the weekend\'s material - Individual written feedback - One follow up Skype call per student to discuss their teaching / the workshop - tea, coffee & snacks available throughout the weekend Vinyasa Yoga is an exciting, creative practice. It aligns itself with no yoga school or dogma. It is the \'rebel\' practice. Each vinyasa teacher brings something of themselves to their class: their own spiritual, sporting and academic backgrounds are thrown into a creative cauldron along with a few millennia of yoga history, philosophy and tradition. What emerges can be an artful fusion of functional movement or it honestly can be a bit of a cluster f*ck. This intensive weekend is intended to help you unpick what you want your classes to be, how to best serve your students and how to remain inspired whilst teaching sometimes (too) many classes a week. Vinyasa yoga is perhaps best known for the shapes that we asana instructors tend to throw, snap and slap on Instagram but we all know that these shapes are just a tool (right?), a means to get to the juicy stuff. As asana instructors it is our job to create safe sequences for our students to move through without damaging their bodies (or exacerbating that dodgy rotator cuff they got from doing chaturanga wrong for 5 years) while allowing enough freedom for them to key into their own intuition, their own incredible spirit. Not an easy task, and one that I don\'t pretend to be able to do on my own. As such I have enlisted the help of a world-class anatomist (who is my first call when I think \'is this pose actually hurting more than helping?\') to assist us in our assisting and sequencing discussions. This Intensive will revolve around the key idea that we as vinyasa teachers offer an opportunity for creative transformation, but also enquiry - creating a space for critical thinking, allowing the student space to question; is this appropriate for me and my body? There will be some asana this weekend, but it will very much serve a supporting role. Get your notebooks out yogis, because this is going to get full on yoga-geek. My intention is to throw as much \'wise\' at you as possible. Being as transparent as I can about my own sequencing process while creating an environment for you to develop your own and a safe, (mainly) judgement free zone to try out ideas. And my favourite tool; we will discuss the art of storytelling - the ability to skilfully weave themes into our teaching and setting a strong, relevant intention for our students. Also, whether you should swear in class. The Programme So what are we going to talk about? The workshop schedule is outlined below however, like any yoga class, we will work with who we have in the room and as such this weekend will very much be dictated by what you folks would like to work on. There is of course a structure but if you have any particular requests or expectations please let them be known and I will try my best to include them. For example, I have already had an email asking to include a section on how to write a workshop description. Saturday: 10am-1pm The Beatles, The Bhagavad Gita & The Vinyasa Yoga Tradition - Carving our own path through the yoga maze Saturday: 2-5pm Once Upon A 90 Minute Yoga Class: Setting Intentions, Crafting Themes & Telling A Yoga Story Sunday 10-11.30am - Option to attend Ash\'s yoga class at Hamilton House 1-3.30pm: The Overview Effect - Seeing our students individually and our class as a whole; layering up The Practice; Sequencing, Anatomy & Assists 4-6.30pm: Finding Our Voice - communication & connection; (optional) teaching practice. The weekend will end on a candlelit meditation to inspire and move us forward with our teaching. The Cost If the cost is a hindrance to you taking part, please of course email me and we will see what we can do. How Do I Book? There will of course be limited spaces for this workshop. I have emailed those who have expressed an interest, if you would like to book please email me at [email protected] and I will send you an invoice. Please also email me with any questions! In gratitude as ever, Ash x
The Forge, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-forge/teaching-vinyasa-yoga-weekend-intensive Teaching Vinyasa Yoga: ...
Behind The Scenes Studio Visits: Ilis Kirby
Behind the Scenes Studio Visits Free, booking advised Chat with artists based at Spike Island, explore their studios and view works in progress during these informal encounters. Each artist gives a brief introduction to their practice followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion. ilis Kirby Saturday 23 June, 2pm ilis Kirby discusses her work which uses found objects, images and texts in the production of artists books, collages and installation.
Spike Island, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ spike-island/behind-the-scenes-studio-visits-ilis-kirby Behind The Scenes Studi...
Richie Kotzen At Thekla, Bristol
Tidal Concerts proudly presents: Richie Kotzen plus support. Doors - 19:00 // Price - 20.00 Adv. Tickets - bit.ly/2p38aKL About: Richie Kotzen - www.facebook.com/richiekotzenmusic Richie Kotzen has never been an artist known for playing by the rules. And for this ever- adventurous triple-threat songwriter/guitarist/vocalist, that meant putting on the brakes after a nonstop flurry of band-related activity in order to refuel the creative process for the ten heartfelt and hard-hitting songs that comprise his vibrant new solo album, Salting Earth, out April 14 via his own custom label, Headroom-Inc. In other words, Kotzen tossed convention on its ear by actually taking one step back in order to move two steps forward. Its something I really needed to do in order to reset myself, Kotzen explains. Kotzens charge to recharge was officially put into play following the mega-success of the 201516 tour behind his band The Winery Dogs sophomore effort, the oh-so- appropriately named Hot Streak. And the mans reset manifesto wound up hitting all the right buttons too. The proof is on display deep within the grooves of Salting Earth, which veers from the balls-out, heads-up declaration of the opening track End of Earth to the burning-sky harmonic thrust of Thunder to the Prince-like funk-jazz swing of This Is Life to the acoustified take-me-as-I-am self-reflection of the albums final song, Grammy. Once Kotzen caught his creative breath, the ideas for Salting Earth just kept on a- coming. I have a theory about writers block, he offers. Basically, I dont believe in it. In my experience, when I dont feel inspired or I dont have any ideas, it equates to not having any output. In order to have output, you need input. So it really comes down to the balance between your artistic side and your life side. You need balance between the two, and thats why its so important for me to take long breaks from music. Kotzens reaffirming commitment to that life/work balance soon begat vibrant, new music. Its in that time when Im away from it where ideas begin to take shape, he continues. Then, when I find myself coming back to music, I end up in a situation with a wealth of ideas and creative energy. When Im in that zone, the music literally writes itself. Lyrics, music, production, performance it all happens simultaneously on its own. The majority of Salting Earth is the result of Kotzens one-man production machine, with the exception of Julia Lage adding background vocals to Make It Easy, a tasty, sing- along groove stew. Its really not deliberate when the record is finished and suddenly Im the only performer on it, Kotzen admits. It actually comes out of my process of writing and documenting my ideas. It started back in the late-80s when I had a makeshift studio in my parents barn. I grew up fairly isolated, and I soon realized in order to get this music out of my head and onto a format where I could listen to it, Id have to figure out how to do it alone. Part of Kotzens Salting Earth reset process also meant having a commitment to challenge himself. Im not sure I can totally define how or why my creative process works the way it does, but I will say once again that I believe long breaks help me stay inspired musically, he reiterates. I do know that on this record, I wrote a lot more on the piano. The song My Rock, for example, has absolutely no guitar in the recording its just piano, bass, drums, and vocals. Not that that is an odd choice, but being that for most of my career Ive been highlighted as a guitarist, I suppose for people who never bought one of my CDs in the past, this would be surprising. But its not so surprising to me. For the artist within, the music mined for Salting Earth ultimately came down to being about the relationship between song and vocal. Thats really it, Kotzen agrees. Every other choice is made based on what I feel suits the composition and what will support the lead vocal. That is the foundation on how my music is built. I suppose its just how I hear things. If you think about it, when your mind hums a tune, you are humming the melody. When you sing Happy Birthday, you dont sing the drumbeat, do you? Kotzens previous solo release, 2015s diverse, far-reaching Cannibals, was a well- received hit among his core fan base, and Salting Earth cuts like the aforementioned End of Earth, Thunder, and Divine Power all showcase the scorching guitar solos and soaring vocals that one would expect from a Kotzen solo album. That said, theres also quite a vulnerable side on display here thats perhaps best demonstrated in the stripped-down approach to the albums closing salvo, Grammy. That song came to me in the oddest way at the most inconvenient time, Kotzen reveals of the track that can be filed in the first thought, best thought category. One night when he was home alone, I basically woke myself up with the chorus melody in my head, and in my haze, I knew that if I didnt at least record the idea, it would be forever lost, Kotzen explains. I ended up programming a simple drum beat, and then recorded the acoustic guitar. The lyrics pretty much wrote themselves. By 6 in the morning, the song was finished. I was going to do more overdubs, but I kept playing it over and over, and I just felt like there was something so personal coming out of the speakers. By messing with it, Id likely destroy the magic so I left it as it is. (Good call on that one, Richie!) Bringing Salting Earth live to the people is Kotzens next holy mission. My real outlet is touring playing live as much as I can, wherever I can, whenever I can, he says enthusiastically. Its one of the few things you cant copy, steal, or download. Its an engaging human experience thats a give-and-take between both the performer and the audience, and there is nothing else like it on this earth. To that end, Kotzen will launch his Salting Earth Tour on April 21 at The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, and then the man and his band will tour extensively throughout the United States and continue their journey into Mexico, South America, and Europe. Further tour details will be posted on Kotzens official website, www.richiekotzen.com, and additional information regarding upcoming shows and releases can be followed on Twitter (@Richie_Kotzen) and Instagram (@richie_kotzen). Kotzen is clearly eager to hit the road. I know this is going to be a long album cycle of touring, and already we are talking about going to places Ive never been before like Australia, for example, Kotzen notes. With the new record being done and knowing dates are being booked around the world, I can feel my creative energy surging once again. Said energy surge has been seeded quite liberally all throughout Salting Earth, an album that shows Kotzen as the pillar for how to harness newfound creativity in the best light imaginable. Come and dig his Earth.
The Thekla, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-thekla/richie-kotzen-at-thekla-bristol Richie Kotzen At Thekla...
Sharp Teeth Presents The June Edition
For the last four years Sharp Teeth Theatre have been bringing together theatre, storytelling, poetry and music to create a night of riotous Sunday fun. Theyve had raps about stolen bikes, poems about cottaging, performances from drag kings, new writing about women who climb the shard, and improvised storytelling about Lance Armstrong getting lost in a bathtub of meat, amongst many other things. Each night features four acts, recently including Spindle Ensemble, Malaika Kegode, Ellie Showering, Craft-D, Madeline Shann, Lucy Harrington, Claire Murphy, Katie Storer, and more the best of local and not so local talent. And its all Pay What You Decide! Check out line-ups online, and come on down for an evening of joyous art, like a variety show, but better, better, better! We were spoilt as the bill threw up outstanding humourous and thought provoking acts. The Fix Mag PAY WHAT YOU DECIDE Our recommended donation is 4 (thats 1 quid per act), but many people give more. Remember there is no cash point at the Wardrobe Theatre or immediately nearby. LINE UP COMING SOON
The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ -the-wardrobe-theatre/sharp-teeth-presents-the-june-edition Sharp Teeth Presents Th...
Liquid Lunar Sessions - Liquid Dnb Open Decks
As we head in to the summer months we will be feeling the liquid vibes even more! Come on down for a nice chilled end to your weekend, not a big rave up just some good music, good drinks, maybe a pie and a bit of a boogie! We run this as an open decks thing so anyone is welcome to come and play for 30-60 mins depending on how many people are involved. Tunes in the general direction of LIQUID dnb, a fair bit of scope there but nothing too hard/heavy please! It is mega laid back, open to all ages (over 18!) and abilities. Lots have people have come and played for the first time in public or got back on the decks for the first time in ages. Everyone is very welcoming and supports each other so a great way to break out from bed room DJ to low key public situation or brush up if a bit out of practice! We will post during the week before the event to see who is up for playing, around 6 or 7 people is optimum and we will offer it first to people who didn't play last time and see how we go. We have a basic little set up with Pioneer CDJ 350s so just need 2 memory sticks with your tunes and headphones if you prefer to use your own! Free drink for every DJ. FREE ENTRY!
To The Moon, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ to-the-moon/liquid-lunar-sessions---liquid-dnb-open-decks-d8f Liquid Lunar Sessions -...
A Wilhelm Scream, Darko And The Run Up At The Exchange, Bristol
DEADPUNK PROMOTIONS PRESENTS: A WILHELM SCREAM (Massachusetts, USA) AWS shouldn\'t need an introduction these days, absolute rippers are back and no doubt will tear the place a new one! DARKO (Guildford, UK) https://darko.bandcamp.com/ THE RUN UP (Bristol, UK) https://therunupuk.bandcamp.com/
The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-exchange/a-wilhelm-scream-darko-and-the-run-up-at-the-exchange-bristol A Wilhelm Scream, Darko...
The Wave Pictures + Snails & More TBC // Fleece
No Need To SHOUT Prsents... The Wave Pictures + Snails Plus more to be added... --------------------------------- The Fleece 13 + BF As one of the UKs most prolific and beloved bands, it has become expected nay, the fans have demanded - that The Wave Pictures release several albums a year. This year, they are releasing two albums and theyre kindly letting us know well in advance, so that we can set our calendars and save our pennies in anticipation. Starting with the spontaneous, recorded in one-day, minor-key, epic masterpiece that is Brushes with Happiness in June, the trio of Jonny Helm (drums), Dave Tattersall (guitar & vocals) and Franic Rozycki (bass), will be following up with Look Inside Your Heart in October.
The Fleece, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-fleece/the-wave-pictures--snails--more-tbc--fleece The Wave Pictures + Sna...
Dance like youve never danced before! FLASHDANCE-THE MUSICAL tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of 18 year old Alex, a welder by day and flashdancer by night, who dreams of going to the prestigious Shipley Dance Academy and becoming a professional dancer. When a romance complicates her ambitions, she harnesses it to drive her dream. Based on the Paramount Pictures film (Screenplay by Tom Hedley and Joe Eszterhas, story by Tom Hedley) Flashdance is an inspiring musical about the power of holding onto your dreams and love against all the odds. Prepare to be blown away with an astonishing musical spectacle and phenomenal choreography to this iconic score including the smash hit Maniac, Manhunt, Gloria, I Love Rock & Roll and the sensational title track Flashdance - What a Feeling. Produced by the award winning team at Selladoor Productions - producers of Footloose, Avenue Q and Little Shop of Horrors, FLASHDANCE-THE MUSICAL is not to be missed!
Bristol Hippodrome Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ bristol-hippodrome-theatre/flashdance Flashdance
Kraanium + Supports
END OF THE WORLD PROMOTIONS PRESENTS KRAANIUM Slamming Brutality from NORWAY https://www.facebook.com/kraaniumslam FNB Band FEMALE NOSE BREAKER Brutal Death Metal from SWITZERLAND https://www.facebook.com/fnbband *UK DEBUT* Cranial Contamination Brutal Death Metal from the Southwest. https://www.facebook.com/CranialContamination Human Mycosis Cornish Death Metal Groove https://www.facebook.com/humanmycosis Doors open at 19:00. 10 ADV Tickets: http://endoftheworldpromotions.bigcartel.com/
The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-exchange/kraanium--supports Kraanium + Sup
The Elephant Man
PRIORITY BOOKING OPEN TO FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS FROM 10AM, WED 29 NOV General Booking opens 10am, Wed 6 Dec "Sometimes I think my head is so big because it is so full of dreams." Joseph Merrick is The Elephant Man\'. The sordid spectacle of a travelling freak show, he moves from city to city, mercilessly put on display to the horrified delight of Victorian audiences. A London surgeon also takes a keen interest, but is soon faced with a moral dilemma - to help Merrick or to use him to advance his scientific career? Inspired by the extraordinary life of a man with a facial disfigurement, Bernard Pomerance\'s multi-award-winning play explores changes in perception. Merrick\'s story was also recognised in David Lynch\'s film starring John Hurt. Our ongoing partnership with Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is further developed into a three-way collaboration with our new Associate Company, Diverse City, which is committed to diversity and equality in the arts. Its Co-Artistic Director Jamie Beddard (Messiah) will star in this ambitious new production, directed by Lee Lyford (The Snow Queen).
The Old Vic, Bristol, United Kingdomhttps://afterdark.co/events/bristol/ the-old-vic/the-elephant-man The Elephant M
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