24 HOUR CULTURE FLASH SALE: Thursday 27th January, 10am – Friday 28th January, 10am

 

This January we’re collaborating with arts and culture organisations from across Bristol and Bath for a 24 hour Flash Sale. As part of the Flash Sale there will be available amazing discounts on music, talks, theatre, film, exhibitions and more. For a full list of organisations taking part and links to all available offers, go to the Visit Bristol website at visitbristol.co.uk/flashsale.

This year, as part of the 24 Hour Flash Sale, John Wesley’s New Room is providing discounts and offers on Folk at the New Room events, WES Talks and Museum Tours.

 

FOLK AT THE NEW ROOM — Save 20% on selected tickets — Use code: FLASH22

A candlelit concert series taking place in the historic part of John Wesley’s New Room, a beautiful 18th Century chapel.

Sam Sweeney (17 February, 7:30pm) — an intimate acoustic performance from Bellowhead veteran and BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winner.

Salt House (17 March, 7:30pm) — new songs, ancient ballads and poems about place, politics, landscape and birds from Scottish folk trio Salt House.

Ben Walker and Kirsty Merryn: Life and the Land Tour (28 April, 7:30pm) — BBC Folk Award winner Ben Walker  joins forces with highly acclaimed singer and pianist Kirsty Merryn to rediscover songs from rural England on their Life and the Land Tour.

 

WES TALKS — Save 20% on online talk tickets — Use code: FLASH22

WES Talks is a series of online talks exploring contemporary issues and their relationship to faith. John Wesley’s New Room organises them in partnership with the Methodist Church’s Learning Network South West.

The Future of Fairtrade (21 February, 7:30pm) — join us at the beginning of Fairtrade Fortnight to hear how Fairtrade farmers and producers are looking to the future and responding to the challenges of climate change and other issues.

Earn, Save, Give (21 March, 7:30pm) — John Wesley was well known for trying to live simply. His mantra was “earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can.” How do we understand this advice today and does it still work?

 

MUSEUM TOURS — 2-for-1 Tickets on February & March 2022 Tours

In 1739, John Wesley built the “New Room”—the oldest Methodist building in the world—here in the heart of Bristol. These tours provide a wonderful introduction to the history of Methodism and 18th century Bristol through the fascinating objects which make up our award-winning museum. Be inspired by the social justice stories of abolition of slavery, as well as workers’ and women’s rights that were initiated by John Wesley and the community around him. Tours last approximately 60 minutes.

Museum Tour (3, 12, 15, 17 February; 1, 12, 15, 29 March, 11:30am) — step into the preachers’ rooms above the chapel to see John Wesley’s bedroom and study, discover the earliest membership books, and try on costumes from our dressing up cupboard.

 

FLASH SALE PARTNERS:

Wiltshire Museum Centre — a 300-seat concert hall in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England which has been described as having “the finest acoustic outside London”.

Assembly Nights at The Old Market Assembly — over the last three years, The Old Market Assembly has established itself as a great music venue, showcasing some of Bristol and beyond’s best acts. The musical offerings have been eclectic mixes of music styles.

 

All the deals are also listed on visitbath.co.uk and gobathbristol.com. This is the 13th 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, Visit Bristol and Visit Bath.

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