The Bristow-lympics Opening Ceremony
It’s been a time coming, but Dirty Bristow Issue Two is ready for your prying eyes and the best and first way to get one is to wave your nation’s flag at the Bristow-lympics Opening Ceremony. And getting a ticket isn’t a lottery.
At The Edge, Cheapside, Digbeth — Sat 13th August.
Tickets Only £6
Which Includes A Copy Of Dirty Bristow Magazine Issue Two (go find out all about it, including free stuff).
Every penny raised goes towards printing and other costs of this most individual, independent and inspiring of magazines—it’s the only way we can keep it up.
Buy a ticket (and pick up a mag on the day)
*Tickets appear in the shopping cart in the sidebar. You’ll get a PayPal receipt email, please bring that on the night as your ticket.
If you can’t make it, you can buy a copy to be despatched for launch day here.
The High Commissioners
Caroline Beavon (Kerrang! / Q Radio) * 8-Bit Pete
An Inspiring Olympic Anthem from MoxyPark
Tom Lennon, Harry Vale and Matt Ritchie
Sports: Rhythmic Gymnastics *Football * Dressage * Raffle * Welly Wanging
Healthy Eating at:
Sponsored Concession stands
Here’s a PDF of the poster to download, print out on your work’s time and stick up somewhere: that there PDF.
You know how we said that Dirty Bristow would have no ads, and no rules? The way we can do that is that each issue comes with it’s own special events to launch and offset the costs. The first, the biggest, and the only way to get your hands on Issue One on day one is to come to our Summer Fête.
The mayor and vicar of the small fictional hamlet of Dirty Bristow have collected a huge variety of traditional musics, comedy, stalls and games — and have arranged for them to happen:
- on Saturday 28th August
- at The Edge in Digbeth
- for the tiny tiny fee of £5 — which includes a copy of Dirty Bristow issue one (magazine usually £3.50)
the grand opening is at 6pm and the fun is expected to last all night.
So far confirmed is live music from 8-Bit Ninjas and Glatze and comedy from Tom Lennon and Harry Vale. There’ll be Punch & Judy,Splat The Rat, a Tug O’ War — artists versus writers , a Teddy Bear Bungee, Guess The Weight Of The Cake all the stuff you would expect at a traditional British summer fête.
And there’ll be a beer tent.
Tickets are available now — go buy yours, or find more details.
Watch this space for more announcements including how to enter the Vegetable Competition.