Estrellas is an alternative rock band, with a modern take on the genre; they’re inspired by artists such as Jeff Buckley and Wolf Alice, with densely textured arrangements and lyrics shrouded in metaphor. Fronted by Charlotte McPherson’s powerful vocals, and buoyed by Jake Wild’s idiosyncratic songwriting and guitar playing style, the band is filled out by the rock-solid rhythm section of Stuart Clark and Rob Lennox, who keep the groove going with a jazzy, improvisational flair.
Hannigan is a traveling singer-songwriter. Drawing from his English and Irish heritages, he has created a sound that can only be defined as his own. Settling into an acoustic soulful folk rock genre he writes honestly, inspired by the ever changing world around him.
Outsider is a Northern Soul/Indie artist, combining the pathos of Radiohead with the heart and gritty vocal stylings of Paolo Nutini.
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Navigating Scale: The challenges and opportunities of growing a business
Engine Shed, Station Approach, Bristol
Join for an engaging discussion, where the expert panel shares insights into the challenges and opportunities that entrepreneurs face in today’s dynamic marketplace. Whether delving into the impact of AI on scale-up organisations or examining the growing imperative to balance purpose and profit, they’ll explore the key topics influencing founders today.
Purpose in Practice || How Can Investment Work For New Founders?
Pervasive Media Studios, BS1 5TX
If you’re a startup or someone who wants to see new ideas in the City get the money they need, this event is an opportunity to come together and learn what’s possible.
In this event, hear first-hand experience of founders and professionals who’ve sought, secured or passed up investment as they’ve created businesses they believe in. Talks/ discussion 6.00pm – 8.00pm. Networking from 8.00pm.
How to have a tough conversation – navigating conflict in your business: a talk with Meg Lovell
Online via Zoom
From uncomfortable conversations around raising fees, to responding to the client with the ever-expanding brief, we all regularly face conflict situations in business that can be the difference between making or losing money, or a functional or frustrating working relationship.
In this online talk, Meg Lovell will work through communication methods to address these situations both proactively and reactively, giving you a blueprint for action the next time a tricky situation arises.