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Rise and Fall Playback Theatre Company presents a performance of YOUR moments and stories which will be played back to you. 

Date: Wednesday 23rd January 2019.  Doors open at 7.00 pm to get a drink

Performance starts at 7.30 pm till 9.00 pm.

Price on the door £3.00

AG Presents; HAMARTIA + The Echo Hotel + Falling Fish + The Cement Garden + New Haunts


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HAMARTIA : Melodic alternative rock band originally hailing from the heart of Cornwall. Having relocated to Bristol, the group are now the strongest they’ve ever been and are always on the lookout for opportunities to reach young ears with their raw, angst-filled music. “They exude originality through uniquely catchy material that emits fearless energy and driving melodies to keep listeners on their toes.” - Bristol Thunderbolt. Featuring spacey reverb drenched guitar work, powerful and distinctive vocals. Hamartia brazenly fuse elements from all across the musical spectrum - the band deliver a truly unique and hard-hitting brand of alternative rock.

THE ECHO HOTEL :Bristol-based introspective indie/alternative

"genre-defying...fantastic weirdness...dramatic, operatic vocals...it's totally my jam"
-Sarah Gosling, BBC Introducing in Devon

FALLING FISH : Up and coming alt rock/indie band from North Wiltshire. In a short space of time
they have gained a local following and have played in prestigious venues such as Moles in Bath and
The Fleece in Bristol. They have also performed at festivals such as Bristol VolksFest and Watchet
Music Festival ; while also playing smaller venues. The band recently won a place on the prestigious M.A.S records developmental scheme. This scheme is designed to help the best young bands the country has to offer. The scheme is patroned by Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and The Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson.

THE CEMENT GARDEN: Alternative rock trio from gloucestershire

NEW HAUNTS: Vocal/electronic solo project based in Bristol, UK which contrasts the jarring with the serene. Combining elements of post-punk, early industrial, goth and synthpop with soft ambient synths, arresting yet melodic vocals, discordance and mechanical beats, the result is a hypnotic rush of darkwave summoned against a hard-hitting and eclectic rhythmic backdrop. Her debut album Worlds Left Behind was released in May 2018.

Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission: £6 on the Door

Tickets: £5 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, High Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

THE SILVERTONES + Marauders + The Fuzz + Laika


THE SILVERSTONES: Bristol based band playing a mix of tracks from the who / arctic monkeys / oasis

MARAUDERS: Three-piece, no nonsense, balls-out Rock N’ Roll band. Expect fast and loud when it comes to these three because, of course, We’re all Marauders here.


THE FUZZ : Young indie rockers


LAIKA: Bristol four piece influenced by punk, funk, rock, blues, reggae/ska, and hip hop!

Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission: £5 on the Door

Tickets: £4 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, High Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk



THE VENEER + Orange Skies

THE VENEER: Bristol based alternative rock act with psychedelic undertones, mixing raw riffs and melodic tunes.
With love of 60s and 70s rock, psych, 90s indie and grunge, punk, the music has a diverse blend of the classics whilst remaining contemporary. Recent highlights have included sets at the Dublin Castle in Camden, London, and performing for the Noel Gallagher High Flying Birds after show party in Cardiff, not to mention many great gigs in and around Bristol!


ORANGE SKIES: A young up and coming rock n’ roll band based in Bristol.


Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission: £5 on the Door

Tickets: £4 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, High Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk


After 27 years the Birmingham based cult skiffle cow-punk band Terry and Gerry are reforming for a tour in honour of their biggest fan, the late John Peel. They will be playing all over the country in February/March 2017

BBC disc jockey and avid fan John Peel promoted the band when apparently by chance he picked out their demonstration tape because his wife’s best friends were also known as Terry and Gerry. He thought the coincidence was too great to ignore! The band recorded four critically acclaimed sessions for the John Peel show and got a very fond mention in his autobiography.

In the mid-eighties the four piece band released six singles and one album. ‘From Lubbock to Clintwood East’: Each went to Number One in the indie charts. Reviewing their single on Radio One Morrissey declared ‘I love it!! Don’t know why!!’ The band toured extensively in the UK, Europe and America gathering fans from Joe Strummer of ‘The Clash’ to Shane MacGowan from ‘The Pogues’.

Terry and Gerry regularly appeared on radio and TV, including sessions for ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’ and ‘The Tube’, they wrote numerous theme tunes for Central TV and were the subject of a 30 minute documentary by the legendary film maker Norman Hull, which aired on British Television in July 1986.

Still as energetic and vibrant as ever they continue to chronicle the lives of the people from the city they love, Birmingham.

Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission:£10 on the Door

Tickets: £9 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, Union Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008  www.bristolticketshop.co.uk