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Thursday, January 24th, 2019

Catalyst Club Special – New Ways of Thinking

In conjunction with Leaping Hare Press, this Catalyst Club special offers three inspiring talks from authors, artists and critical thinkers on the themes of gender, creativity and positive change.

Josie Jeffrey: Making Positive Changes
Author, activist, change-maker and mama JJ share her insights into how anyone can all make positive social change each and every day by being creative, brave, and thinking out of any box! From food shed to community gardening and seedbombing, find out how it’s all about following your heart.

Philippa Stanton: conscious creativity
Philippa is a professional artist and photographer with synaesthesia, whose work has attracted over 400k followers on Instagram. She will share thoughts on synaesthesia, colour, wabi sabi and how to confidently build a creative foundation through process, experimentation and time. Philippa will open up a simple sensory exploration, prompting the visual and visceral experiences we can find right in front of us and which sit alongside memory and abstract thinking.

Caspar Walsh: From Shame to Grace – Toxic Masculinity, Crisis and Cure
How do we transform toxic masculinity into a healthy one? The Mindful Man – Words from the Earth by author, journalist and filmmaker Caspar Walsh offers one possible solution to the crisis of male identity in the 21st Century. Walsh will discuss how to heal the masculine/feminine wound and start a conversation that will change the way we are in the world.

Doors 7.30pm

Show 8.00pm


Friday, January 25th, 2019

Lout Promotions presents

Heavy Lungs

+ guests

Formed in May 2017 in Bristol, through friendship, and a desperate need for artistic and sonic self-expression, Heavy Lungs went on a frenetic spree. From the first packed out show at Crofters Rights, to recording an ep in 3 days, a raucous set at Simple Things last year, to supporting Idles then Metz. They went onto play outside Bristol home turf across the country and are fresh off a sold out UK tour with brothers, IDLES. This is the beginning. This is Heavy Lungs.

Doors 7:30pm

£7 adv with NO BOOKING FEES on sale 10am Wednesday 31st October from

Over 16’s only

Saturday, January 26th, 2019

Private Party

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Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

Neat Neat Neat Presents

N0V3L (Members of Crack Cloud / Women)

+ Support

Novel is an engine of entertainment and social criticism weaponizing rhythm and melody against the unsound powers that be. Rigid new-wave, angular funk, polyrhythmic disco and intellectual punk together approximate a radical new sound that forms the principal means of ideological circulation. Drawing influence from such mindful predecessors as Devo and Public Enemy, Novel offers an empowering, politically-charged stance in fierce opposition to the modern cultural landscape, reflecting the corrupted nature of humanity back upon itself.

A sense of foreboding and comic paranoia pervades the debut EP: corporate power looms large, technological isolation seems omnipresent, and bureaucracy mines the psyche of detached participants. This constructed reality presents a hard-earned escape through critical thinking and direct action, acting as a call to mindfulness and moral resistance. Translated through the power of electric music.

7:30pm | £8 | 18+



Thursday, January 31st, 2019

Ban The Disco presents Our Family Dog + Tunnel Visions + Swanmeat

Our Family Dog:
“The drunken ramblings of a man on a comedown from his own adolescence.”

Tunnel Visions:
“Brighton based Tunnel Visions are a 6-piece psych/krautrock/garage band influenced by the likes of Yes, The Feelies, Pixies and Ty Segall. Having taken crowds by storm in Brighton, Plymouth and Bristol, the band now seek to solidify their place in the legendary Brighton scene as word of their infamous live at grows.”

“Post-punk band based in Brighton. High energy, (late) teenage angst n good vibes.”

Doors 7.30pm
£5 OTD
£4 student/NHS