Dareshack is a Bristol-based creative studio producing hospitality & entertainment experiences.

We design moments exploring hospitality and entertainment to bring people together. And we tell daring stories to inspire and to encourage escapism.

As one of the many start-ups hit hard by the Coronavirus outbreak, at this moment in time we would have been refurbishing our long-waited premises in Bristol, what we call a concept shop. A physical space with a restaurant, café and bar, along with a multi-purpose studio space hosting a provocative programme of experiences. But more importantly, a safe place where ideas can be conceived and nurtured – A platform for a community of unsettled minds. Our concept shop’s future is now uncertain.

Since May 2019 we’ve been working round-the-clock, going through the painful process of planning and licensing (which is now successfully completed), leasing and getting people on board. We’ve been developing this idea that was simply born out of the belief that hospitality and entertainment have the ability to connect people, evoke feelings, thinking and spark change. Dareshack is about curiosity, going towards the unknown, and going together.

These are indeed dark times. The world is no longer the same, and it won’t ever be. We all changed somehow, but what remained intact, and grew even bigger, was our dream to make this happen. We have ‘dare’ in our name and we will not stop. We will be digitally switching on piece by piece of what we do, until we can combine them all, and be physically together.

And we start with our artisan bakery as we fire up the ovens and safely deliver to your door, high quality and handmade baked goods. Sourdough, fresh & proper bread, and all the flavoursome stuff that you miss the most or didn’t know you were missing.

Have a look at our past and future projects here.

Concept
Shop

Concept Shop

At the very heart of the concept shop is our studio. A special place for devising new work, testing ideas and hosting a programme of talks, workshops, and live experiences.

It’s also part of the plan to put on art exhibitions in one of the shop windows, that is visible from the street 24/7. All created in collaboration with the local creative community.
It’s also part of the plan to put on art exhibitions in one of the shop windows, that is visible from the street 24/7. All created in collaboration with the local creative community.
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