3 July, 2022
Grand Atlantic Hotel Ballroom
32 Beach Road
Featured – Brothers Across the Decades
Performed by Tom Marshman and presented in association with Proud Bar.
Tom Marshman comes back to Weston-super-Mare after almost 30 years. He remembers the town with part nostalgia and part longing for a different time, his youth, the characters that surrounded him then and the devastating effect of AIDS.
Interlaced with stories collected from Weston’s Queer community, ‘Brothers Across the Decades’ is a reminder of the importance of intergenerational dialogue between LGBTQ+ people, a poignant celebration and mingling of voices past and present.
Followed by Tea with Tom from 5pm – dunk some biscuits, chat about the show, share your stories!
This is a Pay-what-you-want performance – please see HERE for more details on this scheme.
Free car parking is available at the Grand Atlantic Hotel for audience members; please register your car at reception on arrival.
In line with our environmental policy, we encourage you to come by train, bike or on foot if that’s possible. Regular train services run from Bristol Temple Meads to Weston-super-Mare, and the station is a 10 minute flat walk from the hotel.
There is an accessible entry to the Ballroom with adjacent parking; please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Thanks to Historic England’s Heritage Action Zone Cultural Programme for funding these events as part of 21st Century super Shrines, a 3 year programme that animates the high street with experiences and artworks co-created with local communities.