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1MAR

Get your quiz on at The Lansdown in Bristol

The weekly meeting of minds occupies the beer garden of the revered Clifton boozer at 8pm every Wednesday, resulting in the award of prizes both monetary and alcoholic. *Read in the style of the Masterchef voice-over*   Quizzing does not...
1MAR

T20 Cricket returns to Bristol in 2017

Gloucestershire take to the 2017 T20 cricket season in storming fashion. Don't miss a minute of the action under the lights at The Brightside Ground in Bristol this year. July and August is when the fireworks will take flight as the...
28FEB

Eight Flippin' Marvellous Pancake Restaurants in Bristol

Happy Pancake Day! Whether you prefer nutella or maple syrup, or even the time-tried classic of lemon and sugar, Bristol has an abundance of cake-in-a-pan specialists to suitably satisfy your tastes on this Shrove Tuesday.    Crêpeaffaire...
28FEB

A free documentary on the growing epidemic of wheat and gluten intolerance is coming to Bristol on 7th March

Chances are you know someone who has a wheat and gluten intolerance. It’s so common these days that it’s almost more unusual not to have an issue with it. But why is this the case? What has changed to make it even more of a widespread issue? Many...
28FEB

Do some spring greening at The Green Man in Bristol

The renown for the food at the Kingsdown boozer has grown to legendary levels, with superb Sunday roasts and the Bear Grillz boys on hand to ensure that they offer much more than their titular greens. Now that Spring is on the turn and the green...
28FEB

Men of Bristol: get yourself to ‘Manlates’ at Bubalu

The fitness centre on the Gloucester Road offer a male-only Pilates class, whose MANtra is getting blokes off their sofas by making them feel more comfortable in their exercise. Gyms can often feel like slightly intimidating places for...
28FEB

Oyster Boy to be staged at Bristol’s Redgrave Theatre

Haste, the all-female theatre troupe, will be bringing their award-winning show to Bristol for a performance at the Redgrave Theatre on the 23rd March as part of an extensive UK tour. Get your tickets below. Oyster Boy is a narrative about Sam,...
27FEB

Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast: Rain Predicted Amid Sunny Spells

Following the battering of Storm Doris, temperatures in Bristol are set to remain at a constant slightly below double digits though will be less affected by the blustery wind chill of last week. Its rainy legacy persists though, meaning that the threat...
27FEB

Bristol's Live Music Highlights: 27th February - 5th March

Pop and garage royalty returns to Bristol this week alongside more youthful upstarts in the fields of indie rock, funk and soul, alt-country and post-dubstep, spread evenyl across several of the city's venues. Feast your ears. Sophie Ellis-Bextor...
27FEB

Dates Added for Wicked at the Bristol Hippodrome

Due to overwhelming interest, an extra week of dates has been added to the run of Wicked at The Bristol Hippodrome, which will now begin on January 31st and conclude on March 3rd of next year. Tickets are moving quickly, grab yours below. **CLICK...
27FEB

A Celebration of African Culture at Spike Island

The multimedia collaboration between Ujima Radio, Spike Island and UWE will take place on Thursday 23rd March as part of the university’s Africa Week. Book your place here.   The art gallery Spike Island is hosting an event in celebration...
24FEB

Celebrate Mother's Day at The Memorial Stadium

Mum's the word at The Memorial Stadium in Horfield, Bristol, where they are offering a slap-up, four course meal on Sunday March 26th, allowing fans to celebrate Mother’s Day in style with the ones who matter.    They’re...
24FEB

Plants and Animals along with The Dears at The Fleece in Bristol - Saturday 25th February 2017

Two Montreal bands, Plants and Animals along with The Dears, will roll into The Fleece in Bristol this Saturday 25th February. Producing indie music of such quality, it's rare to have two bands of this calibre on the same bill. Definitely a...
24FEB

Hugely impressive Sunday Lunch at the Jetty Restaurant in Bristol

The Jetty restaurant is homed within Bristol Harbour Hotel and offers fine dining in a relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere at their beautiful premises. The Sunday lunch menu continues the theme of excellence but at the astonishingly low price of just...
24FEB

Where to Watch the Six Nations in Bristol

This weekend sees the 6 Nations reach its third round and half-way stage, with a big weekend of fixtures for the home nations. On Saturday Scotland host Wales while France travel to Ireland, before England play Italy at Twickenham...
23FEB

Communal Pianos to Return to the Streets of Bristol this Summer

Luke Jerram, the man behind the Park Street waterslide, is aiming to bring back a trail of pianos to Bristol’s streets this summer as part of the Play Me, I’m Yours project - but is need of financial support. There will be dancing...
23FEB

Arcadia Afterburner Added to Love Saves The Day Line-up

Appearing across the weekend of 27th-28th May will be some of the biggest names in international dance music, including Ricardo Villalobos, Craig Richards and DJ Hype. Love Saves The Day has announced the line-up for the Arcadia Afterburner stage...
23FEB

All the celebration supplies you could wish for are available at Fun Warehouse in the heart of Bristol

It's rare you'll find everything you need for every type of celebration under one roof. From 1st birthday party to stag do, balloons to fancy dress and just about anything else you can think of. Step forward Fun Warehouse in The Galleries....