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26MAY

What's on in Bristol this Bank Holiday weekend

Another three-dayer! This weekend incorporates the third of three Bank Holidays to fall in quick succession - but it is the last one for a while. Use the handy guide below to make the most of it, with activities taking place both inside...
26MAY

Try different sports for free this summer in Bristol

The new Are You Game? campaign, introduced as part of Bristol’s tenure as the European City of Sport for 2017, will see over 100 free taster sessions take place between May and September, offering the chance for Bristolians to try new activities. At...
26MAY

Exclusive membership deals at Bristol’s Harbour Hotel Spa

The subterranean luxury spa, nestled beneath the streets of central Bristol, is offering exclusive deals with which you can become a member. Hidden beneath the grey hubbub of Corn Street is the Harbour Hotel Spa, an underground oasis offering...
26MAY

Guide to the May half term in Bristol

Is it really that time again already? Half term begins again next week, with the youngsters given a well-deserved break from the books for seven days of Bristol-based rest and enrichment. To the unprepared parent, this can represent something of a challenge...   Fear...
25MAY

Lucy Rose to host special evening at Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery

The exquisitely-voiced songwriter is to host an event called ‘Something’s Changing’, which combines a screening of her new film and performances of new material, on the 21st July at the Arnolfini. It’s all coming up Roses!   Lucy...
25MAY

Gin and Cheese pairing evening at Bristol's Cox & Baloney

Cox and Baloney is not only the South West's best Tea Room/Cafe but it also houses some of the region's best gin to boot. Thursday 8th June 2017 will see a special gin and cheese pairing evening held at this beautiful Bristol venue. The...
25MAY

Shiver me Timbers! Captain Barnacle pantomime aboard The Matthew of Bristol this Half Term

Sail on The Matthew with Captain Barnacle at 11am or 12:30pm on Thursday 1st June 2017 for a trip inspired by the dastardly deeds of pirates! It features lots of pirate props, puppets, comedy and audience participation is positively encouraged! Join...
24MAY

Chris Wood to auction fully signed Ryder Cup golf bag in aid of Children's Hospice South West

As one of the world's leading golfers, Chris Wood never forgets his Bristol roots. He has donated his signed 2016 Ryder Cup bag for Children's Hospice South West to auction. A wonderful gesture and one that will help continue the amazing work...
24MAY

Witness a miniature Bristol in this new short film

Tiny Bristol, a short film made by Bristol resident Jamie Brightmore, depicts the city as if it were much, much smaller. Check it out below.     The phrase ‘little England’ can be taken in many different and complex...
24MAY

Feel the burn Down Under courtesy of Aussie Hot Sauces

Chilli-heads of Bristol, unite...Aussie Hot Sauces is here to deliver world famous sauces to the West Country. Flavour-packed and taste bud bothering, they are a welcome addition to our shores.      Matt Tangent...
24MAY

An interview with the producer of Only In Bristol

We chat to D-Jukes, rapper and producer of the controversial new programme Only In Bristol, about the forthcoming release of the city’s own reality TV show. D-Jukes, an enterprising rapper born in New York, made the hop across the Pond a...
24MAY

Rhubarb Jumble - Born out of a passion for all things vintage

Do you have a trip or special occasion planned and want to make sure you’ve got the perfect outfit? If you’re looking for the one-to-one attention of a personal shopper without the hard sell, visit Rhubarb Jumble for a fun, relaxing...
24MAY

Bristol ready for Love Saves The Day

The jewel in the crown of the Bristol summer festival calendar is back this weekend and bigger than ever. Make sure you’re in Eastville Park this weekend or endure months of chronic FOMO. Though it might be slightly short-sighted to say...
23MAY

Hospitality Bristol BBQ XL Preview

Motion in Bristol will be all about beats, bass and beer on Saturday the 10th of June when Hospitality BBQ XL returns after last year's fantastic sold out event. This year it will be even bigger and better though because the event is taking...
23MAY

Bristol's Prince Street Bridge reopens

The bridge, connecting Spike Island to central Bristol, had been closed for repairs since August 2015 – but reopened to pedestrians and cyclists yesterday. The closure of Prince Street Bridge has been a source of sore feeling for many Bristolians...
23MAY

My Bristol Food - Danielle Ellis from Severn Bites

In our My Bristol Food series, we talk with some of the most prominent Bristol foodies around to get their take on what makes the city's culinary scene tick and also get their recommendations. This week it's Danielle Ellis from Severn Bites...    Who...
23MAY

Fundraising carnival at Bristol's Flipside Cocktail Club

The Flipside Cocktail Carnival will take place across this bank holiday weekend at the bar on Whiteladies Road, with profits going towards a university research project. Flippin’ marvellous! The good folk at Flipside Cocktail Club are renowned...
22MAY

New Wallace and Gromit mural appears in Bristol

The mural, painted by renowned Bristol street artist Cheo, is situated on Newfoundland Street in St Pauls and features the darling Aardman duo rocking tracksuits and bling. Plasticine is a medium which generally confines its characters to a diminutive...