Thrings rocks Bristol at the Legal Battle of the Bands

Thrings rocks battle of the bands

Thrings brought the house down in Bristol last night as the firm’s very own rock quintet took to the stage for the Legal Battle of the Bands.

‘Stranger Thrings’ had the daunting task of opening the event, held at The Fleece by the Bristol Law Society, but delivered an excellent set packed with diverse covers, ranging from ‘I Fought the Law’ by The Clash and Huey Lewis’ ‘Power of Love’ to Tiffany’s ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ and a powerful finish with ‘Say You’ll Be There’ by The Spice Girls.

Having formed to perform at the gig, the band represented a range of talent from across the firm’s Bristol office, including in the Agriculture, Private Client and both Commercial and Residential Property teams.

Leading from the front were enigmatic singer/guitarist Senior Associate Stephen Horton and voice of radiant positivity Trainee Ella Richardson, with the band’s founder and the consistent persistent beat Paralegal Claire Boulton on the drums, and effortless multitasker Solicitor Josh Gladwin juggling responsibilities on the guitar and keyboards. Also in the line-up was ringer Jaimi Tubb on the bass.

Despite setting a strong first impression to the 200-strong audience, Stranger Thrings sadly did not walk away with the trophy but an unbiased ear would definitely say they won the people’s vote with the loudest cheer from the crowd at the end of the night.

With plenty of colleagues from across the Bristol and Bath offices in attendance, it was great to see everyone getting behind the bands and supporting the event in aid of charity SARSAS.

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