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26MAR

Easter weekend at Volunteer Tavern in Bristol

We are sure that everyone is ready for the well-deserved four-day Easter weekend. Whether you choose to celebrate for religious reasons or not, you’re bound to be marking the occasion somehow. For many of us, this means more than one evening down...
24MAR

The Galleries in Bristol launch huge LEGO Brick Exhibition this Easter

The Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol is excited to announce that they will be hosting a spectacular LEGO® Brick Exhibition, created by Brick Galleria, throughout the Easter holidays.   The exhibition, which comprises of a series of...
23MAR

The 365 Bristol Guide to Southville and North Street

Southville feels almost like a stand-alone town within Bristol. When I first moved to Bristol in 2008, North Street was just starting to make its mark as a great place to come for a wander around the shops and to check out the market and independent...
23MAR

Enjoy fantastic Jurassic fun at Bristol's Galleries shopping centre this Easter!

The Galleries Shopping Centre is proud to welcome families through the doors this Easter break, with three days of FREE prehistoric fun from Tuesday 27th-Thursday 29th March 2018! Activities and attractions include a huge animatronic T-Rex and a fun...
23MAR

Day trip to Cardiff

Cheers, it’s Lena and Paula. We’re from Germany and currently doing an internship for 3 weeks at 365bristol.com On Wednesday the 21st of March we had the opportunity to visit Cardiff for a day. In the following article, we present...
23MAR

Tickets now on sale for Matilda The Musical at The Bristol Hippodrome

The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced that the UK and Ireland Tour of Matilda The Musical will extend into 2019, touring to six more cities and accompanied by a specially devised education programme, Change My Story, for schools.   Winner...
22MAR

30% off at Puzzlair Escape Rooms this Easter

Puzzlair are offering a massive 30% off for customers who visit between the 29th March and the 1st April as part of a mission to get people to leave the egg hunt cliché behind and try an exciting Easter “eggscape” instead.   The...
22MAR

Get involved and back Bristol Rugby's promotion push this Friday at Ashton Gate Stadium

Following their disappointing relegation from the Aviva Premiership in the 2016/17 season, Bristol Rugby have reacted in precisely the right way in their 2017/18 campaign, losing just one of their eighteen league fixtures this season as they strive to...
22MAR

See the Bristol premiere of Here To Be Heard: The Story of The Slits at Everyman Cinema in May 2018

Film fans in Bristol have been given an exclusive opportunity to catch the brand-new documentary film, Here To Be Heard, looking at the story of seminal all-girl punk group The Slits. The film is being promoted with a series of regional series up and...
22MAR

Bristol Street Artists announced for NASS Festival 2018

NASS Festival has once again joined forces with Upfest, Europe’s largest street art festival which takes place in Bristol, to bring some of the best artistic talents to the biggest live-action sports and music festival...
22MAR

FREE function room hire at The Golden Guinea in Bristol

Looking for a venue for a private party? Need a meeting place for an upcoming corporate event or a meeting? The Golden Guinea in the Redcliffe area (BS1) might be exactly what you're looking for. The pub has over ten years' experience delivering...
22MAR

Tapstone Brewing Company's weekend takeover kicks off tomorrow at The Bag of Nails in Bristol

The Bag of Nails in Bristol is best known for its' 15 four-legged lodgers that chose the pub as a permanent residency after it was reopened in 2011. However, much to the delight of the locals - but perhaps to the dismay of the cats - The Bag of Nails...
22MAR

APE Project CIC in Bristol: recreational play and activity providers for children

The APE Project CIC is a community interest company that promotes the provision of Play and Learning for children and young people in Bristol City and beyond. The organisation was established in Bristol in 2007. Initially, the project was founded and...
21MAR

Space play The Fleece on the 23rd March 2018.

With a sound reminiscent of Echo & the Bunnymen and the Boo Radleys, Liverpool’s Space were formed in 1993 by Tommy Scott (vocals/bass), Jamie Murphy (guitar), and Andy Parle (drums). They are playing at The Fleece on Friday 23rd March 2018.    ***...
21MAR

The Cotch Bar: how a group of friends transformed a caravan into a mobile cocktail bar

The Cotch Bar is a caravan turned cocktail bar, created by a group of friends; Gabe, JJ and Zebb who combined their collective talents, in a tiny start-up that has since, catapulted into something much larger.   The idea came about...
20MAR

Easter in Bristol Shopping Quarter

If you’re looking for something a little different to keep you and your family busy in Bristol this Easter, then look no further! Bristol Shopping Quarter have teamed up with The New Room (John Wesley’s chapel) and The Methodist Church’s...
20MAR

A gift for all to enjoy: Bristol Balloon Flights this Easter

Tired of getting the same old Easter Egg every year? Fancy getting your family or friends an experience they will never forget? Then we have to recommend a spectacular hot air balloon ride with Bristol Balloons!   The guys at Bristol Balloons...
20MAR

The 365 Bristol Guide to Fishponds

For some bizarre reason, when it comes to places to visit in Bristol, Fishponds is very rarely at the top of the list. Why it often gets short shrift or overlooked in favour of some of the more well known or popular city spots is something...