Bristol’s arts and culture venues team up again for 24 hours of discounts.
Bristol’s best loved cultural institutions are joining forces once again to kick off the busiest season of the year. After the massive success of January’s city-wide flash sale, from 10am on Friday 4th September, for just 24 hours, Colston Hall, Bristol Old Vic, St Georges Bristol and Tobacco Factory Theatres, are slashing prices once again, joined by Arnolfini, Watershed, M Shed, RWA, Circomedia and Circus City …………….. It’s the perfect opportunity to grab a bargain, branch out and try something new for less than you might expect.
With special sale prices created just for the day, you can see world-class performances featuring the best in music, art, theatre, comedy and circus.
The full schedule of shows to be included in the sale are announced on – Friday 4 September on the venues’ web and social media sites. The Twitter hashtag #flashtag will be the place to look for ticket updates and announcements.
Each show will be in the sale for just one day and tickets will be strictly limited – once they’re gone, they’re gone and all prices will return to normal at 10am on Saturday 5th September.
Don’t miss out on the chance to catch world-class shows that won’t break the bank. Take part in Bristol’s arts flash sale on Friday 4 September.
30% off all listed shows
Includes two major cinematic shows presented by Colston Hall: Asian Dub Foundation’s THX 1138 and In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited
Strictly limited sale tickets available – once they’re gone, they’re gone
Purchase from: www.colstonhall.org, venue box office or by calling 0844 887 1500*
*calls cost 5p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge
Flash Sale across the city…
Arnolfini – 30% off all listed shows (Applies to full price tickets only, does not include concessions) including Seeta Patels Something Then, Something Now, and the Festival Pass to Bristol Radical Film Festival 2015.
Bristol Old Vic – 30% off best available seats for selected Theatre shows from Sep-Dec
£10 and £8 tickets to selected Studio shows from Sep-Dec including The Crucible directed by Tom Morris, Orpheus and Sleeping Beauty.
Colston Hall – 30% off all listed shows including two major cinematic shows presented by Colston Hall: Asian Dub Foundation’s THX 1138 and In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited.
M Shed HALF PRICE tickets to Nature, Camera, Action! The secrets of making incredible wildlife films.
RWA Between 10% -50% off stickered books
St George’s Bristol is offering 25% off selected Autumn season concerts including James Rhodes, Natalie Clein, Music and Words from Wolf Hall and Brodsky Quartet with Willard White and also from David Starkey’s talk Magna Carta.
Tobacco Factory Theatres will be offering a limited number of specially discounted tickets to shows across the Aug – Dec ’15 programme, including their new co-production of absurd comedy Outpost and their much anticipated in-house creation for Christmas, The Light Princess.
Watershed are offering 25% off all Sept first run films including 45 Years, How to Change the World and The Stick House