25 May // Raise Your Voice For Refugees

Music with a message at Mr Wolf's

Feelgood Experiment

This Thursday Mr Wolf’s are raising their voice for refugees, with a special fundraiser in aid of the Dunkirk Grande Synthe refugee camp, where a fire has left hundreds at crisis point. The devastation burnt down kitchens and shelters leaving hundreds of refugees hungry and homeless.

Every penny on the door will go to Help Refugees who are providing aid to Dunkirk Grande Synthe refugee camp, with some top local musicians providing ‘music with with a message’ for the evening.

There is also a huge raffle taking place on the night, with prizes donated from lovely local designers and businesses. Buy raffle tickets in advance from St Werburgs Community Café or grab one on the night.


Taking to the stage will be two-piece rock bank Little Thief. Armed with only a guitar and drum kit these mischief-makers are here to provide some passionate and raw, adulterated beats.

Also joining the bill will be six-piece soul-hop collective Feelgood Experiment. The gang represent the very best of Bristol’s blossoming young music scene and combine a beautiful fusion of soul, jazz, Afrobeat, hip hop and R&B that results in a irresistibly bewitching sound.

Folk Rapper Clayton Blizzard will also be making an appearance, reuniting with his band The Boys From Marketing for the first time in a year.

Let’s get together and raise money for an importance cause, while having a jolly good time and listening to some top local talent.

25 May // 8pm – 12am // £3 OTD // Mr Wolf’s
LINKS: Facebook event

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