The Valley Arts, a local initiative to build a dedicated arts and performance space and theatre in the Chew Valley are holding their next fundraiser this Friday.
Enjoy a rollicking night of comedy sketches, songs, games and general silliness, all based on audience suggestions and masterminded by Bristol’s super-comedian team Instant Wit.
Do they know what they’re doing in advance on TV comedy shows like "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Come along to test the improvisation skills of Bristol’s bravest master-comedians, and you’ll also be helping to raise funds to get the building of a performing arts centre for Chew Valley underway.
Valley Arts patron Sarah Mead has kindly offered the popular Yeo Valley Canteen as venue for the night, so drinks and a bit of delicious nosh will be available to help fuel as much audience participation as you can give.
Join the merry bunch of people who enjoy live performance and supporting the arts centre. And if you can’t make it to this fundraiser you’ll find other ways to support the project, including joining the 200 Club Lottery at valleyartscentre.co.uk.
Valley Arts hosts Instant Wit on Friday 10th March, 7-10pm at Yeo Valley Canteen. Tickets £12. Bookings online via Eventbrite.co.uk - just search for ‘Valley Arts Instant Wit’.