Quick-fingered culture fans can save money with thousands of discounted tickets and offers in the Bristol and Bath 24-hour culture flash sale from 10am on Wednesday 15 January.
From music gigs, art and museum exhibitions and author events to theatre classes, jewellery workshops and film screenings, there are deals galore. Take a punt on something new, grab a bargain and kick off your year with a barrow-load of amazing culture.
We’re offering 25% off tickets to our event with Ziya Tong.
She discusses some of the biggest misconceptions we hold about the world around us and how we can address them. What percentage of your DNA came from a factory? Why does so much of our oil come from the Middle East? How did Cold War nuclear bombs help solve a detective mystery? Where does our food really come from – and where does our waste go? What are we not seeing? She’ll be in conversation with Madhu Krishnan on Thursday 6 February.
Between 10:00 on Wednesday 15 January and 10:00 on Thursday 16 January, enter the discount code FLASH20 into the discount code box when you’re checking out and the discount will be applied to the tickets you’ve selected.
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Our friends at The Edge are offering discounts on tickets to their curator-led roundtable discussion and their dance courses, and St George’s Bristol are offering 20% off a huge selection of concerts across the 2020 season.
Thousands of tickets to cultural events and venues across Bristol and Bath will be discounted for 24 hours only.
The Culture Flash Sale returns to the region from 10:00 on Wednesday 15 January until 10:00 on Thursday 16 January, with tickets slashed for shows, events, exhibitions, workshops, gigs, talks and plays from a huge range of arts organisations and venues. View all offers and get involved at #CultureFlashSale.
The 12th edition of the sale sees 35 organisations across the two cities taking part, co-ordinated by the Bristol Arts Marketing Network in co-operation with Arts Marketing Bath, Bristol and Bath Cultural Destinations Project, Visit Bristol and Visit Bath.