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Celebrate Chinese New Year in style this year with some fantastic events in Bristol!

The Chinese New Year is almost upon us, with 2018 marked as The Year of the Dog - the eleventh in the twelve-year cycle of the Chinese Zodiac signs. Celebrations this year will commence on Friday 16th February, traditionally continuing for 23 days. The...
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365Bristol's guide to the best pubs and bars in Bristol to watch this year's Six Nations tournament

The Six Nations, one of the most exciting and hard-fought tournaments in rugby, has started. Those lucky enough to get tickets for one or more of this year's matches need not pay much attention to this article, but for the masses of fans that will...
31JAN

Beowulf at The Redgrave Theatre from Saturday 3rd to Saturday 10th February 2018

A fantastic new re-telling of Beowulf - the greatest and most heroic Anglo-Saxon poem ever written - hits the stage of The Redgrave Theatre in Bristol from Saturday 3rd to Saturday 10th February 2018.   The thrilling tale of Beowulf is one...
31JAN

Natalie Imbruglia at Anson Rooms in Bristol on Saturday 3rd February 2018

Aussie superstar Natalie Imbruglia will be stopping off at Bristol's Anson Rooms to perform a gig as part of her latest UK tour on Saturday 3rd February 2018.    Her Acoustic Tour in 2017 was a massive success, and her latest string...
31JAN

Trying Veganuary, with a lot of help from Bristol food delivery service, Miller Green

Last February, I decided to give being vegan a try. I’d missed the boat for Veganuary, but liked the idea of having a time-limited period in which to give it a try. I had a few pre-planned events where I was going to have a meal ‘off’...
31JAN

365 meets Bristol DAWG Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue

Recently, 365 went to meet the fantastic people at Bristol DAWG charity. For those who don’t know, the charity has been operating around the Bristol area since 2010, during which they have saved the lives of many Greyhounds, Lurchers and Whippets...
30JAN

The Damned to play live at Bristol's O2 Academy on Saturday 10th February 2018

Beloved British rockers The Damned are set to perform at Bristol's O2 Academy in February as part of a 17-date UK tour kicking off in Newcastle at the end of the month. Tickets for the Bristol show on Saturday 10th February start at £26 and...
30JAN

'Rooftops & Archways' Art Exhibition at Christmas Steps Gallery from Tuesday 30th January to Sunday 11th February 2018

Christmas Steps Gallery in Bristol will be hosting a very special exhibition of the work of local fine artist Susie Ramsay from Tuesday 30th January to Sunday 11th February 2018.   The solo exhibition, titled Rooftops and Archways, will continue...
30JAN

Fun and quirky Valentine’s ideas to do in Bristol

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and Bristol is never short of unique events. For anybody who is interested in partaking in some romantic activities that don’t involve the usual meal out, shop bought chocolates and flowers, keep reading....
29JAN

365 visits Arthur David: ingredients and fine foods supplier in Bristol

365Bristol along with our friends over at BARBIE were invited to visit Arthur David, a family run food wholesale business, that has been operating for 51 years in Bristol. Their journey began in the early 1960s, when the farm would serve the needs...
29JAN

Band of Burns at The Lantern in Bristol on Monday 29th January 2018

Burns Night may have come and gone but the memory of Scottish poet Robert Burns lives on this Monday 29th January 2018 at The Lantern in the form of folk ensemble Band of Burns. True, there might not be the slightest glimpse of haggis, tatties...
29JAN

What’s on this week at Smoke and Mirrors Bristol

Smoke and Mirrors is located right in the city centre on Denmark Street beside The Bristol Hippodrome and there's always something going on for everyone from live music to comedy, magic to masterclasses. It's consistently ranked as one of the...
29JAN

Blood and Butchery in Bedminster on Tuesday 30th January 2018

Plunge your macabre sensibilities into the dark and grisly past of Bedminster in Bristol with the perfectly titled Blood and Butchery in Bedminster on Tuesday 30th January 2018.   Created by those ingenious folk at theatre company Show of...
29JAN

Bristol Film Festival: Rush at Porsche Bristol on Thursday 15th February 2018

A screening of the biographical, high-octane Formula One flick, Rush, will take place at Porsche Bristol on Thursday 15th February 2018.   Running in conjunction with Bristol Film Festival, the screening follows last year's hugely...
29JAN

Fireside Tales with Granddad at The Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol from Saturday 10th to Saturday 17th February 2018

A delightful mix of enchanting puppetry and mesmerizing storytelling combine for a very special production called Fireside Tales with Granddad at The Wardrobe Theatre from Saturday 10th to Saturday 17th February 2018. Presented by live puppetry...
29JAN

Frankenstein the immersive show at Bristol Central Library 5,6,8th Feb 2018

A brand -new show that revisits the classic story of Frankenstein is coming to Bristol Central Library on the 5,6 and 8th of February 2018.   The show, produced by Pure Expressions is an immersive take on Mary Shelly’s iconic novel,...
26JAN

The Matthew Ship of Bristol have exciting new trips coming up this year for adults and children

Owned by The Matthew of Bristol trust, the historical ship docks outside Bristol’s M Shed museum where you can visit for free.   The Matthew is a staple part of Bristol's naval history. Hop on board to explore the...
26JAN

Giant Whale made from recycled plastic visits Colston's School in Bristol

Pupils from Colston’s School in Bristol were delighted when Plasticus the giant whale made from recycled plastic paid them a visit this week.   The visit came after a 7-year-old pupil Yuvraj wrote a letter to Sky Group CEO expressing...