St John Sessions
£3.72 – £5.80
St John Sessions

St John Sessions

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The Church of St John the Baptist

Broad Street

Bristol, United Kingdom

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An evening of avant-garde poetry and musical performance by acts from Bristol's underground scene in a most wonderful setting.

Featuring live music by:
RUN LOGAN RUN - www.runloganrun.com
"What really sets RLR apart, along with extraordinary skill, is coherent composition. Each piece is distinct and each piece has a structure, a trajectory, intelligently conceived. And this is jazz: their playing, both of them, is incendiary."


SPINDLE ENSEMBLE - www.facebook.com/SpindleEnsemble
An experimental instrumental group; their melancholy music and compositional techniques combine elements of Classical, Folk and Jazzmusic, switching between dreamy orchestrated sections and avant-garde improvisation.


KIT WILMANS FEGRADOE - www.importantrecords.com/imprec/imprec422
"I play the Tarmandal. Its harp like qualities and lower resonating bass notes create an atmosphere of child-like curiosity and serenity. My solo performances intend to gift listeners with a sense of intrigue, joyfullness and calm; all through an improvised one-off exploration of the many expressions of the Tarmandal." 

Live visuals by:
LLOYD STARR

Poetry and martial art by:
SARER SCOTTHORNE - www.thebloodhouse.wordpress.com
"Meticulously documented psychodramas suggest their is no crevice of the human heart and mind that should not be visited. If you ever doubted the meaning of artistic courage, read (her) poems."

PAUL HAWKINS - www.hesterglock.com
“Fire sermons and authentic retrievals for a battleground on the edge of the liminal, delivered with spirit and spite and sting. True witness.” 

Refreshments by 
NOURISH ME - www.facebook.com/nourishmewholefood

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