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The Tonic Sessions: Emily Breeze

A Celebration Of Women In Music

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The artist Emily Breeze wearing a shirt with large collars folded upwards.

Emily Breeze delivers her alluring pop-noir with effortless glamour, dark humour and a twinkle in her eye. The Bristolian musician released her debut album ‘Rituals’ to resounding acclaim, encapsulating “the seedy kitchen sink romance of Pulp, the glamorous artful tragedy of Nick Cave” (God Is In the TV).

With her husky vocals and evocative storytelling Breeze “is a bona fide star, her intense musical vision is a jaw dropping experience” (Louder Than War) and her irresistible charisma makes for a spellbinding live show.

Presented by the Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival and Bristol Beacon

Unreserved seated event

Student tickets available £5.00

All ages

“Emily Breeze is a bona fide star, her intense musical vision is a jaw dropping experience”

Louder Than War

A musician under stage lights playing a trumpet

The Tonic Sessions

A Celebration Of Women In Music

A new venture between Jazz Festival producer Katya Gorrie and Bristol Beacon, the Tonic Sessions are a monthly music gathering celebrating Women in Music.

Taking place once a month on a Thursday at Bristol Beacon, we have created an inviting and relaxed space where you can come and have a glass of wine by candlelight, and enjoy some the of outstanding female artists in Bristol and beyond.

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Bristol Beacon

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Please follow these safety measures when visiting Bristol Beacon.

Please do not attend this event if you have Coronavirus symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate.

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