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23JUL

Russell Kane set to host a string of shows at Smoke and Mirrors Bristol in early 2019

Popular comedian and TV host Russell Kane has announced a string of Bristol shows for January 2019, taking place at Smoke and Mirrors in the city centre. Kane will be joined on the programme by a selection of local comedians, with the shows taking place...
23JUL

See the critically acclaimed stage adaptation of The Tiger Who Came To Tea at Bristol's Redgrave Theatre this December

Coming off the back of a wildly successful West End season, The Tiger Who Came To Tea is making its return to the stage, celebrating fifty years of the beloved original children's book! As part of a UK-wide tour from September-December 2018, the...
23JUL

Southville Primary School head teacher Sandie Smith retires after nearly 50 years with Bristol schools

Sandie Smith has been Head Teacher of Southville Primary School since 2004 and retires from teaching this week after 48 years service with Bristol schools. The school will be celebrating her retirement today with a family picnic on the last day...
23JUL

Celebrate National Tequila Day 24th July at Flipside and Faraway Cocktail Clubs in Bristol

With an abundance of National Days to blame our questionable drinking habits on, this one is well worthy of a Tuesday trip to your favourite cocktail bar. National Tequila Day is on Tuesday 24th July. You can celebrate this famous Mexican spirit...
21JUL

See out the Summer in style with Lakota's End of Summer Day Party this September

We've (thankfully) got a while to go yet, but once September rolls around we really will be approaching the end of Summer 2018, and what a Summer it's been. Almost non-stop sunshine, England's inspiring World Cup run and even more sunshine...
20JUL

Ethical and Fair-trade Businesses in Bristol

Ethical and Fair-trade Businesses in Bristol, should you be thinking more about where your clothes come from?   After watching several documentaries and hearing constantly about the effects of fast fashion on the environment, people and animals...
20JUL

Free Kids Club at The Galleries Bristol every Thursday during summer

Introducing the Brizzle Kidz! The Galleries very own, free kids club, set to bring you a whole summer of fun at the Brizzle Kidz Clubhouse (on the ground floor near 71 Queens and Eurochange).  Join them every Thursday from 11am-4pm throughout...
20JUL

St Peter’s Hospice announced as official charity partner of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

Bristol institution St Peter’s Hospice has been announced as the official charity partner of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, in the year that both organisations celebrate their 40th anniversary. ***BOOK YOUR BRISTOL BALLOONS FLIGHT...
20JUL

Best new releases at Everyman Cinema Bristol this week starting Fri 20th July

When was the last time you went to the pictures? There's never been a better time to treat yourself to a great film and a bucket of popcorn this week at Everyman, Bristol's favourite luxury cinema.    The cinema is a beautifully...
19JUL

Up-and-coming events at The Arts House Café in Bristol

Nestled in the heart of bohemian Stokes Croft, The Arts House Café is a welcoming multipurpose venue which provides a platform for local artists, musicians and comedians.    During the daytime, the space is a light and...
19JUL

Limited number of tickets still available for this year's Cock and Bull Festival!

Organised by and in support of children's charity Jamie's Farm, Cock and Bull festival is one of the South West's favourite festival events, taking place this year from Friday 10th-Sunday 12th August. Full adult weekend tickets, now on their...
19JUL

This Summer for the kids at Airhop Bristol

All ages and all physical abilities are catered for in the incredible venue - the largest trampoline park in the world – so not just a way to get the kids to stop bouncing on the sofa at home, but also a great bit of exercise for the whole family. 135...
19JUL

Bloc Climbing Summer Social in Bristol Sunday 22nd July

Bloc Climbing Centre's Summer Social is back for 2018! From 10am on Sunday 22nd July, you can enjoy a wide variety of activities, a DJ, a competition, dyno's, parkour, silks, ropes, yoga, free inductions and more throughout the day! Great food...
19JUL

Agony Auncles of Science at The Crofters Rights in Bristol Tuesday July 31st

On Tuesday, July 31 from 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM, Agony Auncles of Science will be at The Crofters Rights in Bristol for a panel evening like no other.   They look like regular advice columnists, but they have a secret weapon:...
18JUL

Tyranny at The Trap in central Bristol on Saturday 28th July!

Tyranny returns to The Trap this Saturday (28th July), bringing with it a spookily austere blend of atmosphere and noise. Read on if you dare… Music to remember at a night you’ll never forget. Leave your inhibitions upstairs and join...
18JUL

Yard Fest 2018 at Pickle Bristol from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July 2018

Pickle - those first-rate purveyors of delicious sarnies and speciality coffee - will be celebrating the Harbour Festival weekend with their very own party - Yard Fest - from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July 2018.   While the crowds gather,...
18JUL

Code of the Streets at Basement 45 on Saturday 21st July 2018

Popular club night Code of the Streets hits Bristol's Basement 45 for a very special summer edition on Saturday 21st July 2018. From 10pm to 4am, expect the usual mix of tunes by some of the very best in the music industry for an all-night...
18JUL

Brand-new ART exhibition to be held at City Hall from Saturday 21st-Friday 27th July 2018

An exhibition of work by eight talented, Bristol-based artists will be on show at City Hall from Saturday 21st to Friday 27th July 2018, covering a range of mediums and topics in what is sure to be an unmissable event for local art lovers. Covering...