Arts at St Aidan’s

Our concerts are held at St Aidan’s Church, Fir Tree Lane (off Nags Head Hill), St George, Bristol, BS5 8TZ.

The 2019 Programme

  
SATURDAY, 12TH OCTOBER

Silent Film Night. Donald McKenzie returns with “The Cameraman”, starring Buster Keaton, and “Two Tars”, starring Laurel & Hardy.  Two comedy films which were to have been shown last year, but we are glad that we shall be able to welcome Donald back after the unfortunate circumstances of 2018

Reservations can now be made by ringing Amy on 9586412 between 9.30am and 2.30pm (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri) or 9407142.  All tickets priced at £9.00 – pay at the door.  Includes interval refreshments.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 18/19 OCTOBER

WHO KILLED THE VICAR? A play written by our very own Paul Denyer and performed by The East Bristol Players. Starts at 7.30pm with the Bar open at 6.45pm 

Bookings now being taken.  All seats are numbered so – no ticket, no entry.  Apply for tickets by ringing Amy – see details as above.  Seats are £8.00 (£6.00 age 12 and under).

TUESDAY 3rd DECEMBER at 7.30pm

Our usual seasonal visit from the BRISTOL EAST & KINGSWOOD BAND, who will be playing seasonal pieces and some not-so seasonal, to give us a good send-off to the Season.  Come and be well entertained for an evening of live and lively music!!

Keep your eyes open for further information as regards ticket prices, where and how to reserve/book etc etc.  If you are on the email database then those details will be coming out to you eventually.

Further Information

Pay on the door, or reserve places in advance (contact details below).

How to get to us:Take the 44 or 45 bus from the centre of Bristol to the junction of Nags Head Hill and Kingsway in St George.

For further information, to reserve places in advance, or to be added to the mailing list
call Bernard on 0117 9407142
or email artsatstaidans@hotmail.co.uk 

Places can also be reserved by ringing 9586412 Mon – Fri (except Wed) between 9.30 and 2.30.

St Aidan’s Church has been hosting successful monthly concerts and other arts events under the banner of ‘Arts at St Aidan’s’ since 2004. Our 100 year old church building features vibrant acoustics and a friendly club atmosphere for the concerts. We look forward to welcoming you.

We have a ramp for wheelchair access AND we have a refurbished toilet fully accessible for the disabled that visit us, AND a baby-changing station!!  What more do you want!

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