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13MAR

Bristol's Live Music Highlights: 13th - 19th March

Guitars are back in this week, as Bristol plays host to a slew of bands peddling their indie wares at several of its various venues. Things turn blue in the second half as the Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival swings back into town for another year....
10MAR

Getting to know Bristol - Eat.Walk.Talk. Bristol Food Tours

Chart the rich history of Bristol’s Old City through its modern day food products as this walking tour with a difference allows you to discover its past with your taste buds. Eat.Walk.Talk. Bristol Food Tours is the brainchild of Brian Iles...
10MAR

Dinosaurs to roam Bristol's Castle Park this summer

Things are taking a turn for the prehistoric in Jurassic, sorry, Castle Park this summer as a horde of life-sized dinosaur models are to be released into Bristol between the 17th and 25th June. ***Update: Ashton Court will now host the exhibition...
10MAR

Classic TV show Blind Date is looking for Bristol singles

Applications are now being taken to appear on the new series of the returning TV institution, which had viewers glued to their screens every Saturday night in the ‘90s. Find out how to take part below.   Blind Date, the entertaining...
10MAR

Guide to St Patrick's Day in Bristol

St Patrick’s Day 2017, the day when once again people across the world will take to the pubs and bars of their town and Bristol will be no different. Here's your guide to the best options our city has to offer on the 17th March...   Seamus...
9MAR

Win tickets to see The Jerseys at The Redgrave Theatre in Bristol

We have two pairs of tickets to give away to see The Jerseys perform at The Redgrave Theatre on the 21st March. Read on to find out how to enter the competition!   The Jerseys are the Blackpool-based quartet, whose fearsome repertoire spans...
9MAR

Getting To Know Bristol - Weird Bristol

As you might have guessed, we love Bristol in all its forms here at 365. Culture, sports, food & drink...and there's plenty of curiosities too. That's where Weird Bristol steps in and helps explain some of the more weird and wonderful aspects...
9MAR

Where to watch this weekend's Six Nations in Bristol

This weekend represents crunch time for the chasing pack in the 6 Nations, as Wales host Ireland under the lights at The Principality on Friday night, before Scotland aim to upset Eddie Jones' apple-cart at Twickenham Saturday teatime. Here...
9MAR

Bath Ales new investment means good news for Bristol beer drinkers

Beer drinkers of Bristol rejoice as Bath Ales have been granted an amazing multi million investment, which will double the capacity of their brewery and therefore enhance their ale making abilities. All this and an advance in their technological...
9MAR

What's on this weekend in Bristol

Our guide to your weekend entertainment in Bristol includes a free Cousin Kula gig at the Hy-Brasil Music Club, the return to the Memorial Stadium of Southend United and a performance of Whitney Houston's classic songs on Sunday evening.   Friday   Six...
8MAR

Spike Island announces spring exhibitions in Bristol

The gallery will house solo exhibitions by Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Giles Round as part of their new season which opens on the 8th April and runs until the 18th June. Spike Island has announced details of the shows they will exhibit this spring,...
8MAR

Unlimited prosecco at Aquila in Bristol

The Italian restaurant on Baldwin Street are trialling a bottomless prosecco brunch, where the fun bubbles over and just keeps on flowing. Read on for more details.   What’s the only problem with prosecco? It always runs out! Well, it...
8MAR

Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 launches in Bristol

Earlier today at Cabot Circus, Marvin Rees was joined by England internationals Alex Hartley and Tammy Beaumont, along with Gloucestershire Cricket chief executive Will Brown and Fi Hance, Cabinet Member for City Health and Wellbeing, to launch the ICC...
7MAR

See La La Land with a live orchestra at Colston Hall

The six-time Academy Award-winning film will be screened 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...
7MAR

Bristol Blue Glass - The Bristol icon that's perfect for any occasion

Bristol Blue Glass is as synonymous with our city as The Clifton Suspension Bridge and Cary Grant, though many might be unaware that you can watch the glass being made in person free of charge and without so much as even calling ahead!    Small...
7MAR

Treehouse to be built on Bristol's M Shed crane

The world's first crane-based treehouse is being built in front of the M Shed. ‘Canopy and Stars at Crane 29’, a one bedroom space is to open in May, when the room will be available to the public. Submit your application to...
7MAR

Just Jack unveil line-up for Bristol summer party

Motor City Drum Ensemble, Objekt and Beautiful Swimmers head up the list of DJs set to play at the day party taking place outside Motion on the 3rd June. Just when you thought their line-ups couldn’t get any better (following the resounding...
6MAR

Bristol Film Festival from Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th March 2017

Movie buffs in the city are in for a full-on four-day celluloid feast this week when the Bristol Film Festival hits a raft of venues from Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th March 2017. Returning this year with a tantalizing panoply of cinematic treats,...