Thu, 25 Nov|
St Stephens Church, Bristol
Frequency 528 (Bristol Drugs Project Benefit Concert)
An eclectic concert bringing together 4 unique musicians performing live in a magical and atmospheric 15th Century Bristol church.
Time & Location
25 Nov 2021, 19:00 – 21:05
St Stephens Church, Bristol, 21 St Stephen's St, Bristol BS1 1EQ, UK
About the Event
This is a benefit concert supporting the incredible work done by the Bristol Drugs Project.
- Jimmy Galvin - neo-classical solo piano
- Rounik Sethi - gong, singing bowls & sound bath
- Mark Ely - acoustic guitar, singer songwriter
- Reverb - duo harp and voice
The atmospheric harbourside church of Saint Stephen is deeply rooted in the heart of Bristol's historic city centre. It was founded within the ancient sacred city on the banks of the rivers Frome and Avon.
About Bristol Drugs Project
BDP Creative Communities provide a space for people who use alcohol or other drugs, or are in recovery from them, to learn about music and creativity, and to perform in a safe and supportive environment with people with shared experiences.
All profits go towards supporting the BDP Creative Communities Recovery Orchestra and Recovery Choir.