30th Anniversary Concert

Influenced by 1970’s Punk and 1960’s Girl Groups, The Flatmates formed in Bristol in 1986. The band were signed to the legendary Subway Organisation label which was owned and run by Martin Whitehead who was also guitarist and main songwriter with The Flatmates. From 1986-1989 The Flatmates released incredible singles such as “I Could be in Heaven”, “Happy all the time”, “Heaven knows” and “Shimmer” before they disbanded. Tonight, The Flatmates are back to celebrate their 30th Anniversary.

DESIGN: Wessex-based 3-piece DESIGN mark the release date of their debut album BLACK MARKER RED MARKER with a blast of infectious dada pop music. The album will be available to download or stream on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play (etc), and limited edition CD album packs.

DEFACTO: Bristol indie four-piece. The band have an album out  entitled The Fifth Season.

Doors Open: 7.30pm  Admission:£7 on the Door

Tickets: £6 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, Union Street, Bristol Tel 0117