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Charlie Cunningham

Plus Cerys Hafana

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A person sits in the dark playing an acoustic guitar in front of an industrial looking background. They are barely visible under the minimal lighting but they have short, dark grey hair and are wearing a navy blue button-up shirt.

Though often described as a minimalist, Charlie Cunningham’s music is anything but bare bones. Rich with dreamy instrumentals, yearning nylon guitar and cascading, melancholic piano with soothing vocals leading the charge to produce a sound that is equal parts nostalgic as it is unfamiliar and enticing.

A true “under the radar” success story, Charlie Cunningham’s delicate and focused compositions have already earned him over half a billion streams as he fast approaches his 500th performance, a headline slot at the iconic Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and an ever-expanding international fanbase, which has seen him become a regular fixture in prestigious venues across Europe.

With a new album, ‘Frame’ poised for release in March 2023, the singer-songwriter has alluded to a newfound desire for sonic exploration with the latest single ‘So It Seems.’ This new venture sees Charlie embracing sophisticated homage to golden era jazz, neo-classical composition and even art rock – all the while maintaining his masterful pared-back and clear-eyed musicality.

Presented by Bristol Beacon

Seated show

Age: 14+ (Under 16s to be accompanied by an Adult)

Doors: 19.00
Start time: 19.30
Finish: 22.30

“A blanket of soft, soothing sounds to turn to when life gets a little tough – a perfect escape for daydreamers and night-thinkers.”

When The Horn Blows

Support from

Cerys Hafana

Cerys Hafana is a composer and multi-instrumentalist who mangles, mutates, and transforms traditional music. She explores the creative possibilities and unique qualities of the triple harp, and is also interested in found sounds, archival materials and electronic processing.

Hailing from Machynlleth, Wales, where rivers and roads meet on the way to the sea – her second album, Edyf was selected as one of The Guardian’s top ten folks albums of 2022.

The venue

St George’s Bristol

Getting to the venue

Location: St George’s is located near Bristol City Centre and just off Park Street. It has entrances on Great George Street and Charlotte Street (accessible).

Address: St George’s Bristol, Great George St, Bristol BS1 5RR


Bicycle racks can be found outside the venue on Great George Street. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.

Car parking

There are limited parking facilities on-site and these are prioritised for those with Blue Badges. For those who don’t have a Blue Badge, parking in the streets around the building is on meters, which are operational 7 days a week. The nearest car parks are located on Trenchard Street, Millennium Square, West End, Brandon Street, College Street, and Frog Lane.

Bristol Clean Air Zone

Many streets around St George’s Bristol will be part of Bristol’s newly introduced Clean Air Zone the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.


The nearest bus services stop at College Green, a 2-minute walk from the venue.

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St George’s Bristol has step-free access to the venue from Charlotte Street. There is a lift to all floors of the building with access to the Café Bar, glass studio and hall. The gardens are not fully accessible to wheelchairs.


We have accessible toilets located on each level of the new building and on the ground floor beside the Box Office.

Assistance Dogs

Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are welcome inside the venue.

Hearing Facility

St George’s Bristol has an Assisted Listening System which can be accessed via WiFi.


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