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24JUL

The Wurzels to play homecoming show near Bristol

The West Country’s favourite band of bumpkins will play a show just 30 minutes outside Bristol at Bath Racecourse on Friday 4th August. Never Mind The Bullocks, forget the top of the crops… the nation’s favourite gaggle of straw-chomping,...
24JUL

Oktoberfest comes to Bristol on 6th and 7th of October

Oktoberfest will be gracing Bristol with its presence once again on Friday 6th until Saturday 7th October. This is a festival that brings a humorous vibe to the city and one that has become loved by so many. Get dressed up in your best lederhosen,...
24JUL

Bristol City host FC Twente in pre-season friendly

The Dutch giants will this week make the trip from Enschede to Ashton Gate, where they take on Bristol City on Friday night. Tickets are still available. Ashton Gate will host European football this week, when Bristol City take on Dutch giants...
24JUL

Eat Walk Talk Bristol Food Tours this Week

Eat Walk Talk Bristol Food Tour have become an incredible way of seeing both the historical and foodie side of Bristol, and it is about time you joined in on this amazing experience. They will be hosting the tour from Tuesday 25th until Saturday 29th...
24JUL

The Duck and Willow – family-friendly independent pub on the outskirts of Bristol

The Duck and Willow is a family-run pub for families, serving food and drink out of Downend Road with a focus on local, independent produce. Anyone who has visited The Gloucester Old Spot will recognise the same unpretentious formula for a top...
24JUL

See Grease live at The Redgrave Theatre in Bristol

The much-loved musical is to be performed in two showings at The Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 19th August, where ‘Grease’ is still very much the word… Calling all T-Birds, Pink Ladies and beauty school dropouts: take a trip...
21JUL

What's on at The Alma Tavern Theatre this August

The Alma Tavern, in Bristol, has a variety of wonderful shows, attracting crowds to their quaint theatre and tavern located in Clifton. The Alma Tavern has since become a favourite for many Bristolians to spend an evening enjoying perfectly executed...
21JUL

Around the World Flag Trail in Broadmead from July until September

Bristol's Shopping Quarter will be hosting their Around the World Flag Trail from 22nd July to 2nd September in the Broadmead area of Bristol. Collect a passport from Specsavers in Merchant Street, Bakers Dolphin in The Arcade, Julian Charles in...
21JUL

Where to eat and drink at the Bristol Harbour Festival

A nigh-on exhaustive summary of where to eat and drink on the fringes of this year’s Bristol Harbour Festival, which takes over the city centre and harbourside this weekend. Back for a staggering 46th consecutive year, the multi-faceted,...
21JUL

Bristol’s 6 O’Clock Gin release special Brunel Edition

The limited edition blend from the Thornbury-based gin distillers celebrates one of Bristol’s favourite sons, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Bristol has become increasingly renowned for its gins in recent years, with growing numbers of both big...
21JUL

Good news for Bristol motorists as Severn tolls scrapped

The toll on the Severn crossings, which provide the links between Bristol and South East Wales, are to be scrapped as of next year, Welsh secretary Alun Cairns confirmed today. Good news for a number of Bristol’s drivers came today, as it...
20JUL

Bristol dogs wanted for Legally Blonde audition

Bristol’s woofers are being sought for the role of Rufus in the stage adaptation of the classic Reese Witherspoon flick, which will play at the Hippodrome between the 2nd-7th October. Auditions are this Saturday. Oh my dog, you guys!   Does...
20JUL

Virtual reality comes to AirHop in Bristol

An extensive range of virtual reality games and experiences will be available to play and try at AirHop, when cutting edge company The VR Concept sets up for a nine-day residency from the 22nd July. “See, it’s a crazy world we’re...
20JUL

Unseen Brass Eye material to premiere at Bristol’s Cube Cinema

New footage from the anarchic newsroom satire, which ran for a series in 1997, has been unearthed by its director Michael Cumming and will be shown at a special screening at the Cube Cinema in Bristol on the 26th September. A staircase which leads...
20JUL

It’s Always Sunny in Bristol! Pub quiz at The Fleece

A themed pub quiz featuring questions entirely concerned with It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will take place at The Fleece on the 28th August. Who is the proprietor of Paddy’s Pub?    What was the previous profession...
19JUL

Maisie Williams seven most badass Game of Thrones moments

To celebrate the outset of Game of Thrones' seventh season, we take a look at the coolest moments delivered by one of our own, the Bristol-born Maisie Williams who plays the youngest lady of Winterfell, Arya Stark.   ***SPOILER...
19JUL

The Gloucester Old Spot Pub Celebrates its 3rd Birthday

The Gloucester Old Spot Pub has become a staple of family-friendly fun, great food and a range of drinks that are hard to beat and on Saturday 16th September. There will be a range of activities for the whole family to enjoy right throughout the...
19JUL

Romeo and Juliet at Arnos Vale Cemetery from 19 - 23 July

Butterfly Theatre Company are delighted to return to Bristol Shakespeare Festival with their latest production of ‘Romeo & Juliet’, being held at Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, on 19th until 23rd of July. This timeless classic...