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17NOV

St Nick's Christmas Market from Sunday 19th November - Sunday 24th December 2017

What with it being the most wonderful time of the year and all that malarkey, it can only mean the arrival of one thing - St Nick's Christmas Market, which sets up its stalls and runs from the very merry period of Sunday 19th November to Sunday 24th...
16NOV

Call of The Wild Family Drop-In at Watershed on Saturday 18th November 2017

Watershed in Bristol will be holding a special free family drop-in event which will explore the exciting possibilities of arts, crafts and creative technologies on Saturday 18th November 2017. Held in collaboration with UWE and inspired by the...
16NOV

Die Hard at Bristol Spirit on Wednesday 6th December 2017

Bristol Spirit will be holding a special screening of that perennial Christmas classic, the Bruce Willis-starring Die Hard, on Wednesday 6th December 2017.   Now hailed as a modern action movie classic, the springboard for Willis' film...
16NOV

Plan B announces Colston Hall show as part of 2018 UK tour

Fans of Ben Drew, better known as Plan B, have had to wait almost six years since the last time the acclaimed artist released an album and five since he last went on tour. Good news, then, as he announces a 2018 tour with a stop-off at Bristol's...
16NOV

Slava Polunin discusses his inspirations and more ahead of Snow Show performances at Bristol's Hippodrome

Slava Polunin's multi-award winning internationally acclaimed piece of theatre, Slava’s Snow Show, is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome from the 28th of November until the 2nd of December. We sat down with Slava to discuss his inspirations,...
16NOV

EXCLUSIVE Aardman reveal characters in the 2018 Bristol arts trail

Our fellow neighbours, Aardman Animations are the pride and joy of Bristol. Revered worldwide for their famous animated characters. Most know the studio as the creators of Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep, Morph, Chicken Run...
16NOV

Gloucestershire Cricket to host Women's World Cup winners during 2018 Summer Internationals

Bristol's Brightside Ground has been chosen as one of the venues for the 2018 Women's Summer Internationals cricket series, welcoming South Africa and New Zealand as well as England on home turf for two matches on Thursday 28th June.   As...
16NOV

Ricky Gervais to perform at Bristol's Colston Hall on Wednesday 10th January 2018

Writer and star of hit shows The Office, Extras and Derek, Ricky Gervais has carved a reputation over the years as a jack-of-all-trades, conquering TV, film, stand-up comedy and even releasing music under his David Brent persona. His latest...
15NOV

Imperial Leisure at The Fleece Bristol 10th December

London ska-punks, Imperial Leisure will be taking over The Fleece in Bristol alongside Jaya The Cat and many more as part of ‘Xmas Skankfest’ on the 10th of December 2017. ‘Animal’, one of the stand out tracks from...
15NOV

Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert at Colston Hall on Thursday 5th April 2018

It's time to don the fedora, leather jacket and whip, folks. Everyone's favourite screen hero archaeologist, Indiana Jones, will be brought to life like never before when Bristol's Colston Hall presents Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert...
15NOV

B-Bee's Christmas Night Market at The Old Library on Friday 17th November 2017

B-Bee's Craft and Farmers Market will be proliferating its wares when it takes over The Old Library on Fishponds Road on Friday 17th November 2017. From 7.30pm to 9.30pm, you'll be able to peruse to you heart's content at the impressive...
15NOV

Hit the Road, Jac at Stanfords on Thursday 16th November 2017

Local author will give an illustrated talk about her incredible journeys around the globe at Stanfords in Bristol on Thursday 16th November 2017.    Accompanied by her trusty and beloved Enfield motorcycle, Furneaux will regale her inspiring...
15NOV

Andy Ford at Redgrave Theatre on Thursday 16th November 2017

Bristol's very own mirth-meister Andy Ford will be treading the boards of the Redgrave Theatre with a chortle-busting stand-up show on Thursday 16th November 2017. ***GET TICKETS HERE*** Ford has long been a firm favourite on the Bristol...
15NOV

Bananarama at Colston Hall on Wednesday 22nd November 2017

80s girl group Bananarama will be hitting the stage of the Colston Hall on Wednesday 22nd November 2017. Sailing the stratospheric glories of fame and fortune during the 80s  - a time, lest we forget, which saw pixie boots, mullets,...
15NOV

Bristol Independent Business Neck on the Line Jewellery

What started in one young woman’s bedroom has become one of the most sought-after jewellery lines in Bristol and nationwide. Neck on the Line is a small, independent business which was started by Bristol local Joanna Tuchband back in 2014. “I...
15NOV

The Slow Readers Club coming to Bristol Thekla

The Slow Readers Club are a four piece indie-electro band that have a massive following in Manchester and are getting a lot of airplay - now they’re bringing their tour to Bristol this Friday (17th of November.) **GET TICKETS HERE** They...
14NOV

Winter Mountain at The Canteen Bristol 23rd November

Winter Mountain is coming to The Canteen for his Bristol show on Thursday 23rd November. The show comes after the much-anticipated release of his album I Swear I Flew, which came out in 2016. The artist is excited to share with Bristol, his...
14NOV

Interview with English National Ballet dancer Alison McWhinney in Romeo and Juliet at the Bristol Hippodrome 21st to 25th November

We spoke to First Soloist Alison McWhinney of the English National Ballet. She dances the role of Juliet in the up and coming Rudolf Nureyev production of Romeo and Juliet, which is on at the Bristol Hippodrome from the 21- 25 November.   Alison...