The Pill Owls – Wednesday 5th December 2018

The Owls Of Pill, a group of all-male singers garbed in Dickensian costume of top hats, fancy weskits and flowing cloaks, will be carolling their way through an evening of revelry and fun in the main bar.

The Owls, who were formed after the Great War in 1919, have raised more than £280,000 for charity in their 99 years. The fun starts at 7:30pm, so come along, join in the carols and help them raise even more money to benefit of a variety of Bristol charities.

Glam Harry – Sunday August 19th 2018

Local 70s tribute band Glam Harry will be performing in the Garden Bar on Sunday 19th August. The fun kicks-off at around 1pm, with the band taking to the stage at 3pm.

Come and hear all your favourites from Sweet, ABBA, Blondie, David Bowie, T Rex, Wizzard, The Osmonds, Roxy Music and more.

6 Nations Rugby.

Another great weekend of Rugby ahead starting with Ireland / Scotland at 2.15 followed by Le Crunch at 4.45. Not to forget obviously Wales taking on Italy on Sunday afternoon.

We have our usual array of beers and ciders plus a Bristol Beer factory favourite on guest so get here early and grab a suitable viewing spot, just not mine.

Alez Les  Rosbif !


Live Music updates

Apologies for all who turned up expecting to see The Randy Swindlers last weekend. We left the decision late in the hope the band members would be able to fight the way through the snow but had to make a call on Saturday as the roads were still impassable at that stage. We are hoping to book them again for later in the year.

Better news is that we have a few garden gigs booked up with the Summer hopefully not too far away.  The ever popular Lost Eleven are playing on Sunday 27th May, The Cringe are back by popular demand on Ist July and after their brilliant performance last August First Raitt will be playing on 29th July.

Keep a look out for any updates.

The Cringe

This Sunday sees the much anticipated return of the supergroup The Cringe playing live in the garden from 3pm. If you have not managed to catch their unique sound or even if you are a regular Cringer be sure to make your way up to Clapton and enjoy a glass or two of your favourite tipple whilst listening to their varied selection of rock classics. Fronted by charismatic Black Horse local Neil Carter and accompanied by Annie Lilley on vocals, the outrageously talented Terry Richardson on lead and rhythm guitar, Mike Richardson on bass and Darren Hill on drums the band were the undoubted hit of The Kicker Garden gigs last Summer.

See you Sunday!