Friday 2nd November
Hotwells Howlers perform their
Stony Broke in No Man’s Land
Local Traditional Folk Group The Hotwells Howlers were commissioned by the Friends of Bristol Museum to create a piece to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War. They will be performing it in Bishopston for the first time.
Stony Broke in No-Man’s Land is an acclaimed multi-media production about the Great War and its significance in Bristol and the West Country. This production uses songs, tunes, poems, readings and images to recreate the experience of the Great War in the lives of real local people. It is informative, funny and very moving- and we guarantee you will hear songs and stories no other Great War production is featuring. It has been called “brilliant” by those who have seen it!
Doors and bar open 6.45pm, event commences 7.15pm.
Cash bar with wine and soft drinks.
Collection in aid of the British Red Cross.
Tickets available online or in the library.