Cellar Door - International Women's Day

The Louisiana, Bristol, GB
Friday, 8 March 2024
From £5 / £7.50 otd
16+ (under 18s to be accompanied by a responsible adult)
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The Louisiana presents: Cellar Door - International Women's Day @ The Louisiana Bristol

Cellar Door - International Women's Day at The Louisiana, Bristol. Friday, 8th March 2024

Femme-fronted art collective Cellar Door hosts a 3-floor multimedia extravaganza. Louisiana's cellar promises soundscapes, paintings, poetry, sculptures, installation, and a 5-bill women/non-binary led line-up in the live room/ bar stage.

All allies welcome! <3

Enabling Behaviour is a 4-piece rock band based in the UK’s South West with a catalogue inspired by post-punk, shoegaze and indie. Borrowing elements from noise rock and industrial music, their set spans from brooding basslines to frantic drums and everything in between – turbulent structures providing a backdrop to bleak existentialist themes.

Wednesday’s Child are a London-based band melting together psychedelic rock, poetry and punk. They write songs about dreams and desires, serpents and sisters, monsters and mermaids. Their motto: more bassoon, less bullshit.

Paper Crowns returns - now with six band members and a raging attitude. Bringing a dynamic sound and lyrics that sway between angst and romantic poeticism, Paper Crowns take performance to a new level; and display their genre influences clearly, from Jazz to Post-Punk.

Wyr (wy-uh) are a 4 piece female fronted shoegaze band based in Bristol and South Wales. Formed in 2023, Wyr is a collective of shimmering guitars, ethereal swirling vocals, and plenty of reverb. Their main influences are My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, The Cure, and DIIV. They are currently playing shows in and around Bristol all while writing and recording songs for their upcoming EP.


To be announced. :)

Show starts at 5:30pm.

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