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with Yama Warashi + Oliver Wilde + Wenonoah

Fri 16 September 2016 // 20:00

Tickets: £8 adv / £10 otd

It’s been 7 hours and 15 days but THORNY IS BACK for More Microplex Misery! Transcend the mundanity of reality at our September special where Roxy and Jo host a ridiculous evening of sadness and silliness.

This time we're joined by some of Bristol’s most exciting underground music acts, and an unmissable disruption from Dazed columnist and anti-gender Messiah SHON FAYE, of #ShonThisWay fame. After the show of course, the party doesn’t end as the Thamily DJs host a delinquents’ disco in the bar till late.

All our love.


Yama Warashi is Bristol-based Japanese artist Yoshino Shigihara’s solo project. Her music has a dreamy evocative sound with a shadow of moon cake, inspired by Japanese folk dance music, Bon Odori, free jazz and African music with a slice of electric psychedelia.

A video directed by Paul Samuel White will be projected during this performance.


An intimate acoustic set from one of Bristol’s most promising songwriters.

"Be it from bedroom or hospital ward, Oliver Wilde is crafting some of the most intriguing songs to emerge from Bristol in years" - Crack Magazine


I am Wenonoah. I write songs from the inside out. Sometimes they are dark, sometimes peaceful, sometimes funny. I try to keep things simple.

Produced by Jo Bligh and Kieron Gurner, with thanks to The Cube Microplex and Jo Kimber.