Thursday, April 15, 2010

Rebel Music: Bristol, Saturday

Years ago, the Chefs played a very eccentric gig at the Trinity in Bristol, after which a young man physically shoved our manager aside to try to get to me in the dressing room and a very nattily dressed African businessman in a navy suit said to me 'Don't worry little girl, I can make you famous'.
This gig on Saturday celebrates those bands who played the Trinity back then. Don't know what time I'm playing yet but I'll let you know!

Event: Rebel Music:  Trinity Center, 17th April, 2010, 2pm-2am

A day long celebration of Music, Fashion & Art inspired by Punk, Nu Wave and Ska
at the Trinity Center St Philips as part of a HLF funded oral and archival history project What's Your Trinity Story.

Daytime 2-6pm
2.00pm Talk by Debbie Withers,  (Author of 'The Kate Bush Theory')'Do it yourself/ Do it together': A guide to punk cultural production.

3.00-4.00pm Motiq and Earthwormkim present Punk Fashion Show.  w
4.00-5.00pm "Rebel restyle" - Mash up, remake clothes led by final year fashion students from UWE
Evening 6.00-2am
6.00-7.30pm Film Screening in conjunction with Watershed Media Centre "Filth and the Fury" (cert. 15) *
Live Music Featuring: Disorder, Stingrays, Blak Flamez, Denial Factor, Helen Mc Cookerybook, Drunk Granny plus DJ Hackenbush.
 £10.00 ticket for the whole day
 £5.00 daytime
 £5.00 Evening
* £1.00 payable on the day
Tickets available from Bristol Ticket Office Bristol 0117 929 9008
Please note daytime activities are open to all ages but entry in the evening is restricted to 14 + if accompanied and 16 + if not.
For more information about the event and the project, please contact Outreach Worker Dr Edson Burton on 0117 935 1200 or email

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