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20MAR

BorrowMyDoggy - Making Dog Lovers Dreams Come True Since 2012

I think we can all agree that dogs are too pure for this world. Whether they’re grinning for no reason, getting excited over a stick, or pricking up their ears when they hear the word ‘sausage’, they have a way of making even the hardest...
19MAR

BMW X2 weekend at Bloc Climbing centre in Bristol from 23-25 March 2018

From the 23rd to 25th March 2018, the Bloc Climbing centre in St Werburghs, Bristol, will be hosting the BMW X2 events which are going on all weekend. Not only can you bag yourself some amazing prizes but also take the X2 on a test drive!   To...
19MAR

Wesport take over the Ping Pong Parlour at The Galleries Bristol in aid of Sport Relief

The Galleries is pleased to announce that on Tuesday 20th March, The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) will be taking over the Ping Pong Parlour at the centre to raise money for Sport Relief.   Wesport will be running a fun-filled day...
19MAR

Flying from Bristol to Berlin for a short holiday by Tom Wickens

Continuing our new travel series looking at destinations with direct flights from Bristol, we've sent Tom Wickens over to Berlin for a 5 day holiday. Here's what he got up to!   On our first night we were greeted by a close friend...
16MAR

Exultate Singers at St George's Bristol on Sunday 18th March 2018

St George's estimable program of classic concerts continues this Sunday 18th March when the sublime Exultate Singers join forces with the Exultate Chamber Orchestra to perform two epic compositions for choir and string orchestra.     James...
16MAR

Saturday Baking Club at Cooking It! on Saturday 17th March 2018

Mini Mary Berrys and junior Jamie Olivers in the city can pop on their aprons and flour those worktops as part of a special child-oriented baking course at Cooking It! in Bristol on Saturday 17th March 2018.       The...
16MAR

Fickle Friends announce Bristol show at SWX as part of their biggest-ever UK tour in Autumn

English indie-pop outfit Fickle Friends have announced their biggest-ever UK tour set to take place later this year, with shows in Bristol, London, Manchester and more scheduled throughout October 2018. Tickets for the Bristol show at SWX on Thursday...
16MAR

Beloved Austin Powers film 'International Man of Mystery' set to receive the live-orchestra treatment at Colston Hall on Monday 21st May 2018

The original film that spawned the wildly successful Austin Powers franchise, International Man Of Mystery was a box office hit on its release back in 1997. The story follows a quintessentially British secret agent from the 1960's who is cryogenically...
16MAR

Easter Holiday Fun at AirHop Bristol!

Looking for something to do this Easter holidays? If you want an engaging, affordable activity that will sufficiently tire out energetic Easter-egg fuelled kids – look no further than AirHop! All ages and all physical abilities are catered for...
15MAR

Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Bristol this year

Your favourite Irish holiday is back, and not a minute too soon. Whether you're of Irish descent or not, everybody loves a party on St. Patrick's Day, and there's no shortage of things to do in Bristol this year. From established Irish pubs...
15MAR

Window Wanderland in Montpelier on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th March 2018

Window Wanderland returns to Bristol on the weekend of Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th March 2018 - this time giving the local folk of Montpelier the chance to let their creativity shine and inspire. Having already been to Southville, Ashton, Windmill...
15MAR

Wesley's Wellbeing Workshop at The New Room on Saturday 17th March 2018

John Wesley himself is unconventional in his attempts to cure many an affliction and disease, and in this immersive hands-on workshop you can carry out your own experiments on herbal remedies and discover cures. You'll be able to take home any...
15MAR

Our guide to the best Japanese cuisine in the city of Bristol

It's true that to get the best of a particular country's culture and cuisine, you have to visit the country itself. The same can certainly be said of Japanese food, where Sushi, Katsu Curry and Miso Soup are among the favourite dishes in a vast...
15MAR

A full rundown of fixtures in a busy year ahead for Gloucestershire Cricket

Having had a notably average year in 2017 that saw them finish mid-table in Division Two of the County Championships, Gloucestershire Cricket will be looking to make a big improvement this year. Skippered this time around by batsman Chris Dent, they'll...
15MAR

Cannes Film Festival Winner The Square showing at Everyman Cinema in Bristol

Everyman Cinema Bristol will be showing 2017 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or winner The Square from Friday 16th March. This multi award winning film by Force Majeure duo producer Kalle Boman and acclaimed director Ruben Östlund is not to...
15MAR

St Patrick's Day Chili Cook-off Extravaganza at The Jam Jar on Saturday 17th March 2018

It might be St Patrick's Day on Saturday 17th March 2018, but you did not expect any of the celebrations to focus on donning gigantic green hats, attempting dubious Irish accents and quitting your own body weight in Guinness, did you? For now,...
15MAR

Funderworld is back at Durdham Downs in March and April 2018!

Funfair fiends, hold on to your hats - that most phantasmagorically fun-filled, adrenaline-pumping rollercoaster ride (quite literally) known as Funderworld returns to Bristol's Durdham Downs from Friday 16th March to Sunday 8th April 2018.  As...
14MAR

British Dal Festival comes to Bristol from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th March 2018

Keep your finger on the pulse - quite literally - when the British Dal Festival hits the city from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th March 2018.   Celebrating the wonders of those dried, split pulses (namely lentils, peas and beans) from around the...