North Bristol Arts Trail

Paul Bullivant, Caroline Casswell, Mary Collett,
Shelley Davies, Chuck Elliott, Pete Moorhouse
and Fran Wardell
North Bristol Artists Trail, Fri 27 to Sun 29 November 2015

You are cordially invited to the opening night at St Bart’s Church
on Friday 27th November, from 7 to 9pm (Venue No 53)

Images, clockwise from top left: Paul Bullivant / Fran Wardell / Mary Collett / Chuck Elliott
Shameena Dance Troup / Shelley Davies / Pete Moorhouse / Caroline Casswell

It’s just over a week until the North Bristol Artist’s Trail. We’ll be exhibiting at St Bart’s church, one of the most lively venues on the trail, at the top of of St Andrew’s Park. Our preview opens from 7 to 9pm on Friday 27th November, drinks will be served, and John Collett will be playing jazz piano.

The weekend continues from 10am to 6pm on Saturday 28th; and 10am to 6pm on Sunday 29th November. As ever, Steve Perry has master minded an eclectic mix of musical performances, which should make for a fantastic combination of art, live music and of course tea and cakes, laid on by the church community. The full music programme is at the base of this email.

If you have time to drop in, it would be lovely to see you. Please do bring friends too!

Best regards – Paul, Caroline, Mary, Chuck, Shelley, Pete and Fran.

Paul Bullivant
T 0117 924 5200 / M 07849 952648

Caroline Casswell
M 07833 174 681

Mary Collett

Shelley Davies

Chuck Elliott
T 0117 946 6959 / M 07753 603 469

Pete Moorhouse
T 0117 908 4181 / M 07971 438 863

Fran Wardell
T 0117 942 4566 / M 07733 137 771

Live music on Saturday 28th November
2.00    Richard Hughes: accordion magic;
3.00    Ambling Banda rich fusion of Brass and Pink; vibrant and energetic music and mayhem;
4.00    Shameena dance troup: Middle eastern influenced fusion dance;
5.00    Sean Burrows: Mr Squeezy himself, guaranteed to get your feet tapping;

Live music on Sunday 29th November
1.00  8 Million Storiesfeaturing Tim Casswell, Michael Loader and Gail Mason;
2.00  Ukonseccentric ukelele band;
3.00  Bishopston Bayou Brothers; high octane cajun music;
4.00  Stepford Singers: Bishopston’s infamous all women community choir;
5.00  Gasworks Singershappy, high energy acapella, on a grand scale.

For more information about the musicians, please contact Steve Perry at