The Bare Bants Big Get Together

Bare Bants Yo!

In light of the jokes we have in the Bare Bants and the community it has created we thought why not use this as a platform to bring everyone together for a little party, have a laugh and raise some money for charity whilst we’re at it!

Bare Bants Presents the Big Get Together on Saturday 26th October 2019

Bringing you a night of comedy, music, beats and treats at The Rebel Chicken in the Jewellery Quarter headlined by the wonderful Gabby Killick (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

Not only do we have some of the Midlands finest comedy acts we also have music and meme related games with prizes to be won!

We are privileged to have the event sponsored by ‘Old J Rum’ so expect rum cocktails on arrival, discounted drinks & food offers and of course Old J Rum to be won by the biggest meme heads!

Artists on the night:
Gabby Killick (Edinburgh Fring Festival) –

Celya AB –

Luke McDonald

Tom from West Brom –

Owen Taylor

And Special guest (TBA)

Food will be available on the night from our venue hosts – Rebel Chicken – trust us when we say this is some of the best chicken in town!

All proceeds for this event are going to the FANTASTIC charity Crisis who help homeless people get back up on their feet which is a cause we can all get behind

We will be holding a Meme competition on the night where we will be featuring a number of images dotted around the venue, it’s your job to come up with the best meme for the image. Best meme on each image wins a prize!

Finally we thought fuck having a DJ, who knows music better than all of us? So headling the music slot for the night will be………!

Spotify DJ means you can pick your best 5 songs and provided they’re not shite your tunes will be added to the playlist which will keep us rocking on till the early hours!

Event starts at 5pm for pre drinks and runs until 12am. Get there early and get involved!

Tickets are priced at just £10 plus booking fee and are available here >

Please note we have VERY limited capacity for this event so tickets are available first come first served. It’s for charity so tell ya mates ya coleagues and ya uncle harry.