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21NOV

Dates announced for Festive Dining in Bristol aboard Tall Ship Kaskelot

As the leaves are falling, and the clocks are about to change, it’s inevitable that our thoughts start to turn to Christmas, and with Christmas comes Christmas parties. Bristol has a huge range of venues to hold your ‘work do’ or friends...
21NOV

My Bristol Food with Andy Dodd

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 we spoke with Bristol legend, Andy Dodd.  Who...
21NOV

Eat Proper Meat with Bristol's newest butchers, Meat Box

Meat Box opened earlier this month, filling the final two containers of Cargo 2. The name of the butcher behind Meat Box, Luke Hasell, will be familiar to many Bristolians as being part of Eat Drink Bristol and Valley Fest. What many may not know is...
21NOV

Tickets on sale Friday for Kevin Bridges at Bristol Hippodrome 24-25th Aug 2018

Join the Scottish funny man, Kevin Bridges as he embarks on his hotly anticipated live stand-up tour Friday 24 – Saturday 25 August 2018 8pm at the Bristol Hippodrome.   The Brand New Tour will see the Glasweigen head all over the...
20NOV

What’s on this week at Smoke and Mirrors Bristol

Smoke and Mirrors is located right in the city centre on Denmark Street beside The Bristol Hippodrome and there's always something going on for everyone from live music to comedy, magic to masterclasses. It's consistently ranked as one of the...
20NOV

Ellen Kent brings two stunning operas to Bristol's Hippodrome this January

Following her recent critically acclaimed tours of Nabucco, Aida and La Bohème, award-winning producer Ellen Kent returns to Bristol with two stunning, traditional productions: Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, one of the world's most popular...
20NOV

Live Music Highlights in Bristol this week 20th - 26th November 2017

There is, as always, loads going on this week in terms of live music in Bristol, and it can occasionally be hard to choose where to invest that ticket money. We have done the hard work for you and narrowed it down to a few key gigs you cant afford to...
20NOV

Illuminated Boat Parade in Bristol 9th December 2017

Come December 9th, Bristol’s boats will follow the lead of the city’s Christmas trees as their owners deck them out with suitably festive lights for a parade around the docks. It’s going to be lit. It is a shame often remarked...
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...
16NOV

Interview with Femi Koleoso, The Ezra Collective

The Ezra Collective are one of the most exciting jazz exports from the London music scene. Fusing one of the oldest musical genres with their own contemporary influences, their inspired musicianship and groovy beats will keep any listener dancing. The...
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...