THURSDAY 15th DECEMBER
+ Zines + Casual Nausea + The Headless Way
Yep, it’s been five whole years since we burst onto the stage as fresh-faced forty-somethings. Since then, we’ve managed to survive a global plague, Brexit, industry apathy, the cultural vandalism perpetrated by our piss-poor government, and our own irresponsibility. We think that calls for a CELEBRATION! And we’d like to celebrate with YOU! Specifically, at a GIG! At the BRICKMAKERS! On the 15th DECEMBER! So, IT’S GOING TO BE CHRISTMAS AS FUCKING WELL!
£5 advance / £6 on the door
PHYSICAL TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM THE BANDS. DM US AND WE’LL GET THE TICKETS TO YOU WITH NO POSTAGE FEE.
Otherwise get your tickets HERE!
FRIDAY 16th DECEMBER
The Squirrels Official GLITTERLAND CHRISTMAS PARTY
Lets get Jolly!
The Squirrels RETURN in their final Christmas outing! Join them for a host of festive fun and frolics! It’s a night not to be missed!
Tickets £10 - HERE
SUNDAY 18th DECEMBER
Come and join us for our final Christmas Concert!
This is a BSL interpreted event!
The Brickmakers and Sprowston Parish Churches join together to celebrate Christmas with festive fun, mince pies, mulled wine and a whole load of carol singing!
With Revd Simon Stokes (& Mayne), Revd Dean Akrill and performances from Domino, Norfolk Singing Hands it will going to be a lovely event. It's all free and everyone is welcome, Come and sing loudly with us!
Special thanks to the wonderful Brenda Binns for musical accompaniment and also to Leslie McCabe for BSL Interpretation.
As always, we are supporting The People's Picnic. These guys work tirelessly all year to provide the city's homeless with a hot meal, warm clothes, sleeping bags and more. It's going to be a cold winter, and we want to help so we will be accepting donations today. If you can, please bring along:
Blankets, Hats, Gloves and scarves, Unwanted Coats/Jackets, Unwanted sleeping bags, Non Perishable food, Dog food.
We will deliver all donations to the PP and they will ensure they will be passed on to those in need on our streets this winter. Thank you so much!
Merry Christmas to you all xxx
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