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16JUN

Grab a Father's Day roast at The Green Man in Bristol

The pub just off the Kingsdown Parade is one of the best places in Bristol to take the old man this Sunday, with top food, widely-sourced drink and an effervescent atmosphere. With Father’s Day rapidly approaching, experience would suggest...
15JUN

Bristol set to play huge role in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup this summer

At the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup, Bristol will host 7 group-stage games - 3 of which feature England - and also host one of the two semi-final games. The tournament itself kicks off at our own Brightside Ground on Saturday 24th June...
15JUN

Observe Men’s Health Week in Bristol, the European City of Sport

Bristol, being the European City of Sport for 2017, is the perfect place in which to make a positive change during Men’s Health Week, which coincides with a number of pulse-quickening activities. Men’s Health Week has been in full...
15JUN

Bristol band September Song announce July gig

The group, built around a pair of Bristol musical stalwarts John Douglass and Steve Hogg, will play a debut gig at The Cube Cinema on the 6th July. Though autumnal in name, September Song are launching their latest project at the height of summer....
15JUN

Half-price Beers for Dad this Father’s Day with the Golden Guinea

The Golden Guinea is renowned in Bristol for treating people to wonderful beer, seasonal, fresh food and live music for all tastes. Now they are offering your dad a special treat this Sunday. All your dad need to do is come in with the rest of the family...
15JUN

Bristol’s most breath-taking live magic at Smoke & Mirrors tomorrow

The show of Bristol’s own Mark Bennett incorporates magic and comedy in a spectacle which will leave you laughing and gasping in equal measure at Smoke & Mirrors tomorrow night (16th June). Dubious Internet psychiatrists have termed...
14JUN

Meet a giant Morph on the streets of Bristol this month!

A three-metre ‘Mega Morph’ will be touring his hometown of Bristol this month to promote an exhibition to coincide with the 40th birthday of the beloved Aardman character. Plasticine is a medium which generally reduces its characters...
14JUN

Aloha Exclusive Beer Launch at The Golden Guinea on 17 June

Bring a little bit of that Hawaiian feeling to your day by heading over to the Golden Guinea this Saturday at 3 pm to get a taste of their new Hanalei IPA and bring those summer vibes to your taste buds! This Bristol based pub has been serving...
14JUN

Indian dining in Bristol's city centre simply doesn't get better than Urban Tandoor

Choosing an Indian restaurant is always a tough task as there are some great options all over Bristol. However, when it comes to the city centre then there can be no doubt that Urban Tandoor sits atop the pile. The award-winning venue serves...
14JUN

Bristol venue to transform into adult-only ball pit

For three days between the 16th - 18th June, part of Bristol's own Colston Hall will operate under slightly unusual auspices as the largest adult-only ball pit in the country. It's time to go ballistic! In a bid to see Bristol’s...
14JUN

Free glass of fizz for Bristol’s dads at Aquila this Father’s Day

The Italian restaurant in central Bristol is offering special deals to coax in the discerning dads of the South West this Sunday, making their quality food (and drink) appear all the more mouth-watering. They do a lot for us, our dads - so much,...
14JUN

Incredible brunch that impresses time and again at The Rummer Hotel in Bristol

Lunch doesn't have to be a supermarket sandwich! Breakfast, brunch and lunch are served all week at The Rummer Hotel in the heart of Bristol's Old City. Exceptional food available at outstanding value in a beautiful setting...what's not to...
14JUN

Ping-Pong Wednesdays at The Volunteer Tavern in Bristol

The pub, nestled behind the back of Bristol’s Cabot Circus, has unveiled its timetable for the forthcoming summer evenings, with the ping-pong-centric Wednesday evenings the pick of the bunch. In a fallow year for international football...
13JUN

My Bristol Food - Rachel Hawkins of Our Rach Blogs

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 it's the turn of blogger-extraordinaire,...
13JUN

The Mint Room, Clifton, Launch the Iftar Initiative TODAY.

A selection of special guests and local dignitaries have been invited to enjoy an evening of food and conversation at The Mint Room, Clifton. During Iftar, the moment of breaking fast during Ramadan, the initiative hosts members of the local community...
13JUN

Women's Climbing Symposium 2017 at Bristol's Bloc Climbing

The 7th annual Women’s Climbing Symposium will take place on Saturday 4th November 2017 at Bloc Climbing in Bristol. Headline speakers, focus talks and coaching workshops are all on the day's schedule.  This...
12JUN

Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast - Hello Sunshine!

It's been a crazy few weeks but we can now look forward to 7 days of fun in the sun. 23 degrees is expected after the Monday morning drizzle clears and sunshine returns. It's finally starting to look like June and there's a huge amount going...
12JUN

Fish & Chips aboard The Matthew of Bristol - Iconic British meal aboard iconic British ship

Enjoy a relaxing cruise on The Matthew as she sails around Bristol’s historic harbour on Wednesday 21st June 2017. Fresh fish and chips are delivered to you on deck as the iconic ship moors up after enjoying the sights of the beautiful setting.   These...