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17MAR

Bristol to host first inspiring monthly event for its thriving startup community on March 21st 2017

We’ve long-known that Bristol is one of the very best places in the country to start a business. These events will support and nurture the city’s start-up community and the first is scheduled for 5:30pm on Tuesday 21st March 2017 at...
17MAR

The Darkness to headline Grillstock 2017

The flamboyant noughties favourites will close out the Sunday night of this year’s Grillstock, the music/barbecue festival which is to take over Lloyds Amphitheatre on the 1st and 2nd of July. The Darkness singlehandedly sprang an unprecedented...
17MAR

Luxury underground spa opens in central Bristol

The Harbour Spa, located in the vaults beneath Corn Street, offers the opportunity to unlock the senses in pursuit of complete relaxation, only a stone’s throw from the bustle of the city centre. Hidden beneath the grey hubbub of central...
16MAR

Streetmate is coming back to our screens and looking for contestants in Bristol

Back when all we had to worry about was the Millennium Bug and who would be on Top of the Pops that week, Streetmate was the king of dating shows. It’s now back and looking for contestants in Bristol!    That’s right, the...
16MAR

Bristol to hit the big screen in new Ronan Keating film

Another Mother’s Son, which filmed on Bristol’s Princes Quay, is set for release in cinemas across the UK on Friday 24th March to aptly coincide with Mother’s Day weekend. A new, star-studded World War II drama, Another...
16MAR

Bristol Sausage and Cider Festival 2017

Sometimes Bristol just gets things right. Nothing says 'West Country' quite like a festival dedicated to cider and sausages. Friday 4th & Saturday 5th August will see just that being held at The Passenger Shed next to Temple Meads...
15MAR

La La Land to be screened at Colston Hall with a live orchestra

The six-time Academy Award-winning film will be played at Colston Hall on the 22nd September with its soundtrack performed live by a 60-piece orchestra. Coming to Colston Hall this Autumn is, drumroll please… La La Land! And no, we (unlike...
15MAR

My Bristol Food - Sam Rowswell

In this series of interviews we chat with some of Bristol's leading foodies to get their take on what the food scene has to offer. From fine dining to fried chicken, Bristol does it better than most...   In this edition we spoke with Sam...
15MAR

Ross Noble and Nina Conti to headline Bristol Comedy Garden 2017

The Geordie funny man and the ventriloquist extraordinaire head up the horde of celebrated comics appearing in Queen Square between 14th-18th June as part of this year’s Bristol Comedy Garden.   The Bristol Comedy Garden, a laugh-packed...
15MAR

Gin and Cheese club? Oh, Cox and Baloney, you're spoiling us

Gin? Yeah. Cheese? Sure! What about gin AND cheese?...Few combinations excite quite like that and, courtesy of Bristol's Cox & Baloney Tea Room, you can join the gin and cheese club every Friday evening.   Considering they were...
14MAR

Idris Elba to play DJ set in Bristol

The actor-turned-disc jockey will play a set at Motion on Saturday 8th April, stepping up to the decks to deliver his crowd-pleasing amalgam of genre-straddling classics. Idris Elba is a jack of all trades - but a master of a lot of them...
14MAR

Win Tickets to Dillie Keane of Fascinating Aïda at Bristol's Redgrave Theatre

Dillie Keane is going it alone for this Bristol show, and a UK tour. She's best known as one third of comedy-cabaret group Fascinating Aïda. We have 2 tickets to give away to her show at The Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 25th March 2017...
14MAR

Gatsby's is Bristol's late-night tearoom of choice

Open on Park Street until the wee small hours begin to grow much larger, Gatsby’s is the tearoom that allows night owls to relax with the class of its namesake millionaire. Where else in Bristol can you channel the spirit of F Scott Fitzgerald...
14MAR

Bristol Varsity series to kick off this week

The rivalry between UWE and the University of Bristol is set to reach its annual fever pitch as this year’s Varsity series gets underway, bringing with it dozens of clashes between the universities’ sporting teams.   The drawing...
14MAR

Grab yourself a mean feast at The Green Man in Bristol

The acclaimed Kingsdown pub is as equally renowned for its top-quality grub as it is for the extensively-stocked bar, which is packed full with a stellar range of ales, gins and other alcohols. If you haven't visited yet, you really should.   Though...
13MAR

Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast - Things are looking warm and dry

After the weather we've had recently, Bristol is certainly due a break. We get one this week in the form of double-digit temperatures and very little chance of rain. So...put the winter coat in the wardrobe and enjoy Bristol in the sunshine.  Below...
13MAR

Dinosaur Update: Jurassic Kingdom relocates to Bristol's Ashton Court

The 30-strong collection of animatronic dinosaurs is to move from its planned home of Castle Park to the larger expanse of Ashton Court following a decision from organisers Jurassic Kingdom. Grab your tickets below.   Herbivores beware!...
13MAR

Hope and Anchor in Bristol - Sunday Lunch by day, Bubble and Squeak by night

Hope and Anchor is now serving up some of Bristol's best roasts in traditional surroundings. Not only that, Bubble and Squeak is served from 5-9pm once the roasts have all been devoured. It's the perfect spot to add to your list of...