Three Cane Whale and Sculptor Carol Peace

Paintworks Event Space, Bath Road, Bristol, BS4 3EH

studio@carolpeace.com
https://threecanewhale.eventbrite.co.uk/

Tuesday 14 November 2017
7pm to 11pm
Admission Fee: £12
Booking recommended
https://threecanewhale.eventbrite.co.uk/

In collaboration with Bristol 24/7 and other artists and performers, Carol Peace celebrates 25 years of being an artist in Bristol with an 11-day celebration of sculpture, drawing, painting, words, food and music.

As a highlight of this celebration we are excited to have Bristol based acoustic trio, Three Cane Whale, playing a special gig in the exhibition space on Tuesday 14th November.

Described as ‘Exquisite, elegant, atmospheric and charmingly quirky’ by The Guardian, their music shares similar influences as Carol Peace’s work and this event promises to be a fascinating journey through the landscape of the west country and beyond.

"for me their music is steeped in location, you can feel the bones of the landscape, it’s rich. Whether it’s a mountain pass, a chapel or under a Bristol flyover, you can feel it in the music as it sails you away."

Doors open 7pm, performance time about 8pm, bar available.

Booking: https://threecanewhale.eventbrite.co.uk/

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