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23MAY

Bristol's Prince Street Bridge reopens

The bridge, connecting Spike Island to central Bristol, had been closed for repairs since August 2015 – but reopened to pedestrians and cyclists yesterday. The closure of Prince Street Bridge has been a source of sore feeling for many Bristolians...
23MAY

My Bristol Food - Danielle Ellis from Severn Bites

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 Danielle Ellis from Severn Bites...    Who...
23MAY

Fundraising carnival at Bristol's Flipside Cocktail Club

The Flipside Cocktail Carnival will take place across this bank holiday weekend at the bar on Whiteladies Road, with profits going towards a university research project. Flippin’ marvellous! The good folk at Flipside Cocktail Club are renowned...
22MAY

New Wallace and Gromit mural appears in Bristol

The mural, painted by renowned Bristol street artist Cheo, is situated on Newfoundland Street in St Pauls and features the darling Aardman duo rocking tracksuits and bling. Plasticine is a medium which generally confines its characters to a diminutive...
22MAY

Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast - 26 Degrees and Sunny!!

It's here! Summer is here! After all the rain we now welcome clear skies, sunshine and temperatures of up to 26 degrees. Bristol in the sun is just about as perfect as a city can get so get out there and enjoy it. There's so much to do... Below...
22MAY

Shindig Weekender taking place in Somerset this weekend

The festival, which will be headlined by The Heavy and The Sugarhill Gang, takes place on the upcoming bank holiday weekend (26th-28th May) on Gilcombe Farm in Bruton. Proving that Glastonbury isn’t the only festival to take place in Somerset...
22MAY

10 must-see acts at Dot to Dot Festival 2017 in Bristol

Dot To Dot 2017 rolls into Bristol on Saturday 27th May, bringing some of the best new bands to perform at venues across the city centre. Martin Allen picks out a few highlights...   Topping the bill this year is Reading band Sundara Karma...
22MAY

Family Fun at Bristol Rainbow Run 2017 in support of Children's Hospice South West

The 5th annual kaleidoscope of colour comes to the Clifton Downs on Saturday 17th June 2017 and it's all in aid of Children's Hospice South West. Open to everyone of all ages, it's a brilliant event and great fun for young and old...
22MAY

Bush announce Bristol show at Colston Hall

The group, fronted by Gavin Rossdale, are plotting their next European tour and, on its course, have planned a stopover at Bristol’s Colston Hall on Monday 25th September. Bush are the unkempt rockers who were the first post-Nirvana Brits...
20MAY

Beyond The Horizon present a post-apocalyptic reimagining of Shakespeare's Richard III at The Tobacco Factory

This adaptation by new theatre group Beyond The Horizon stays true to the original story, but the scene is very different. It's Mad Max meets Shakespeare in a fast-paced, stripped-back version of one of The Bard's most iconic works. Catch...
19MAY

Tyranny - Goth and Industrial night at The Trap in central Bristol | Saturday 27th May 2017

Haunting Goth and thunderous Industrial in the heart of Bristol, Tyranny is the monthly night that packs The Trap time and again. Expect a few others to be thrown into the mix as you sup on easily the best drinks available at any alternative night...anywhere....
18MAY

Risotto Cookery Demo and Dinner at Spike Island Café on Friday 26 May

Spike Island Café welcomes you to join their risotto cookery demo and dinner on Friday 26th May between 19:00 – 22:30. Spike Island Café is renowned in Bristol for producing amazing food and this is your chance to head on down and...
18MAY

Free beer for new voters in Bristol!

A Bristol landlord has launched a campaign offering a free pint of beer to every individual who registers to vote in the upcoming general election on June 8th before the deadline of May 22nd.   ***REGISTER TO VOTE HERE***   Photo:...
18MAY

Father’s Day sorted at Urban Identity

When it comes to buying for your dad, it can sometimes be tricky. If your dad is anything like mine then you’ll know that they don’t give much away when it comes to what they want. However, if you are looking for a gift with a difference,...
18MAY

Bristol-born Banksy ranked as one of the 50 greatest storytellers of all-time

The graffiti artist, one of Bristol’s most notorious sons, is included alongside Roald Dahl and William Shakespeare in the list compiled by Canon. The famously-anonymous street artist Banksy has been included in the 50 greatest storytellers...
18MAY

Silk Road pop-up kitchen is in residence at The Volunteer Tavern

Silk Road pop-up kitchen is in residence at The Volunteer Tavern for the next few weeks...and it's just about one one of Bristol's best pubs. The food is exceptional and the beers are beyond beautiful. Next to Cabot Circus, it's a...
18MAY

Outdoor cinema to open in Bristol this summer

Dinema, the new Bristol experience combining top-quality dining with an alfresco silver screen, will air three films on consecutive nights between 14th-16th July at the Memorial Stadium. ***Get your tickets at www.tikk.com/dinema*** Anyone...
17MAY

Soul Strutters to perform at The Swan Hotel following its now legendary Bristol Steak Night - Friday 19th May

The Soul Strutters are a collective of professional musicians from Bristol who love nothing more than performing specially handpicked songs from the golden era of funk, soul and disco. Join them at The Swan from 9:30pm for a post-steak...