Culture Vultures get ready – largest ever 24 hr Flash Sale starts tomorrow….
Quick-off-the-mark culture fans can save money with thousands of discounted tickets and offers in the Bristol and Bath 24-hour culture flash sale from 10am tomorrow (Thursday 17 January).
From music, theatre, art and museum exhibitions to club nights, family events and theatre classes, there are deals galore. Take a punt on something new, grab a bargain and kick off your year with a barrow-load of amazing culture.
This is the 10th and largest ever edition of the Culture Flash Sale, which this time sees 30+ organisations from across Bristol and Bath offer culture fans amazing discounts and deals to help beat the January blues.
Selected highlights include…
- Fashion Museum Bath – 20% off adult tickets to Twilight Talks including Royal Women: Her Majesty Queen Alexandra, Royal Women: Behind the Scenes of the exhibition and Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams
- The Edge (Bath) – 10% off 10-week course of dance classes (Street Dance, Movement Class, Barre Fluid Fitness, Ballet, Contemporary) and 15% off online bookshop
- Bath Spa Productions – 2-4-1 tickets to various productions including Animal Farm, Gamelan and Handel’s Messiah
- Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath – All tickets to Blue Door, the UK premiere of Tanya Barfield’s lyrical, fun and poignant play, now £15
- Creativity Works (Bath) – 2-4-1 on tickets to Walking, Creating and Connecting with Artist Christina Sanders and 50% off Self-Portraiture as Visual Activism with Artist Noe Warren
- Rondo Theatre (Bath) – 25% off tickets to shows including Providence: The Shadow Over Lovecraft, Cici Noir’s Spring Fling Burlesque and Where the Hell is Bernard?
- Natural Theatre Company (Bath) – 10% off Natural Theatre School Adult Classes Spring Term 2019
- Bath Box Office – 25% off tickets to selected shows including Fauré Requiem, Big Hearted Valentines Ball and Tangletree
- Watershed (Bristol) – 20% off January screenings of films The Favourite, Beautiful Boy and Colette
- Bristol SU Live (Anson Rooms, Bristol) – 20% off tickets to legendary jazz and blues artists including Ray Gelato and The Giants as part of Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival, plus 20% off selected shows including comedy from Hal Cruttenden and Josie Long
- Knowle West Media Centre (Bristol) – Get crafty with 10% off laser-cutting sessions to learn how to make your own laser-cut Valentine’s Day Gifts, Jewellery and Easter Decorations, plus 10% off photography courses
- We The Curious (Bristol) – £5 tickets to After Hours: LOVE – an evening celebrating that curious thing called love including a guided exploration of the heart and other intriguing activities
- Spike Island (Bristol) – Great deals including Prosecco and Preview for £1, 2-for-1 Novel Writers talks and 50% off Spike Island publications
- Colston Hall (Bristol) –25% off tickets to selected shows, including Colston Hall Presents ET: Live in Concert at Bristol Hippodrome, Tank and the Bangas at SWX and Martin & Eliza Carthy at The Station
- Bristol Old Vic – 20% off full price tickets to Richard III, Princess & The Hustler and Barber Shop Chronicles, as well as an exclusive 3-course menu offer at 1766 Bar & Kitchen.
- St George’s Bristol – 50% off selected shows including Sean Shibe softLOUD, Dobet Gnahoré Classical Mixtape Live and Richard Goode, plus 25% off tickets to Bristol Jazz & Blues Fest shows Richard Galliano and Huw Warren
- Brunel’s SS Great Britain – £5 tickets to Museums at Night 2019 – a family-friendly after-hours experience
Tobacco Factory Theatres – 25% off selected shows including The Paper Man and preview performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, plus 15% off selected shows including Me and My Bee and The Class Project
- Bristol Festival of Ideas – 50% off talks by astrophysicist Jo Dunkley, journalist Ece Temelkuran, and author Kristen Roupenian
- RWA – 2-4-1 Valentine’s Day offer tickets to the exhibition Albert Irvin and Abstract Expressionism when attending between Thursday 14 February and Sunday 17 February
- Trinity (Bristol) – 20% off tickets to selected gigs and shows including Slum Village (LIVE) X Abstract Orchestra, Benjamin Zephaniah & The Revolutionary Minds and Fat Blokes – Scottee
- Bristol Museum and Art Gallery – a whopping 50% off of advance adult tickets to the exhibition Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing
- Slapstick Festival – 2-4-1 tickets to The Inbetweeners Live – Teenage Kicks with writers Damon Beesley and Iain Morris, star Joe Thomas and comedian Richard Herring, plus 2-4-1 tickets to other screenings and events including Laurel & Hardy: Way Out West (with Bill Oddie and Robin Ince) and Louise Brooks: Icon, Muse, Comedian with Sally Phillips
- Bristol Cathedral – 25% off tickets to King of Kings (1927) silent film with live organ accompaniment
- Martin Parr Foundation – 50% off tickets to talk and book signing by photographer Paul Reas, plus reductions in the shop
- Lakota (Bristol) – 50% off doors price to 3 great parties – Wide Eyes: Culture Shock/Grafix/Frankee, Wide Eyes: Phaeleh/Breakage/Compa/Ishan Sound and Viva La Disco: David Morales
- The Bristol Improv Theatre – 25% off tickets to shows including The Bish Bosh Bash, Last Day on Earth & Space Cats double bill and This Is Your Musical
- Tribe of Doris present Maloka! Festival – Various sale tickets available on Whole Event, Weekend and Day passes for this 5 day family friendly festival celebrating culture, community and creativity in Leicestershire, organised by Bristol’s Tribe of Doris.
- Asian Arts Agency – 25% off tickets to a concert of Sufi devotional music from Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali
For a full list of organisations taking part and links to all available offers, go to the Visit Bristol website at www.visitbristol.co.uk or search using the hashtag on Twitter #CultureFlashSale.
The Culture Flash Sale takes place for 24 hours only on Thursday 17 January 2019. Offers are limited – once they’re gone, they’re gone – so act fast. This is the 10th edition of the sale which aims to stimulate interest and sales in cultural events across the region.
The Culture Flash Sale is co-ordinated by the Bristol Arts Marketing Network in co-operation with Bristol and Bath Cultural Destinations Project and Visit Bristol.