24-hour Flash Sale



From 10am on Friday 15 January, the Royal West of England Academy will take part in a 24-hour flash sale alongside Bristol’s top cultural destinations.

Bargain-hunters can pick from music performances, art and museum exhibitions, cinema screenings and theatre tickets.

RWA will be offering huge discounts on a range of beautiful art books, including The Art of Richard Long – Complete works (William Mapas), Chagall: Modern Master (Tate) and Another London: International Photographers Capture City Life 1930 – 1980 (Tate)

Top picks from the flash sale include:

  • St George’s offering 25% off all tickets for 14 performances including classical, world music, folk legends, a reworking of the Bristol trip-hop sound for Filmic, and family fun;
  • Colston Hall promoting discounts on a range of musical treats including the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and legendary Baaba Maal;
  • Arnolfini celebrating the launch of ‘John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea’ with 50% off a limited number of tickets for panel discussions, live music and performances;
  • Watershed offering 25% off films in January, including The Danish Girl with Oscar® award-winning Eddie Redmayne;
  • M Shed offering 40% off tickets to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition;
  • Tobacco Factory Theatres is offering a limited number of discounted tickets for several shows across its current programme including the much-anticipated Shakespeare season;
  • Bristol Old Vic enticing people with discounted tickets to 11 shows including the acclaimed Pink Mist and Long Day’s Journey into Night.

Look out for #flashtag on Twitter for more updates and great offers.


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