GRACE PETRIE at The Exchange Wed 17 October 2018 from 7.30pm

Protest singer Grace Petrie bring material from her first studio album – released Sept ’18 – to Bristol’s Exchange. Expect her unique takes on life, love and politics, delivered with the warmth and wit which have won over an army of loyal fans across the alternative, folk, political and comedy scenes.

‘[Grace] invites the students to join in the refrain: "It's late in the day but we might save tomorrow if we try." By the end of the song the whole bar is roaring, "Save tomorrow!"’ - The Guardian

Notes: 14+ (under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)
Tickets: £13.50  

From the team behind The Croft comes Bristol’s newest Live Music / Club Venue, Exchange. Set over two floors and with one of the best live rooms in Bristol, Exchange plays host to both gigs most nights of the week with Club Nights most weekends. Having opened in September 2012, Exchange has already hosted performances from a varied array of internally revered artists including The 1975, Four Tet, (the) Melvins, Jungle, Diplo, Haim and Sick Of It All to name but a few.

Based in Old Market, Exchange is situated next to the Stag & Hounds / Evening Post Building, only a stones throw from Cabot Circus and Castle Park.

Address: The Exchange, 72 - 73 Old Market, Bristol, Avon, BS2 0EJ * Click on the address to launch google maps.