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29MAY

Interview: Bristol City Centre BID discuss their response to coronavirus

Paula Ratcliffe, Business Liaison Manager of the Bristol City Centre BID, discusses the organisation's recent work in response to COVID-19.    The Bristol City Centre Business Improvement District (BID) is a non-profit organisation...
29MAY

Russell Howard at the Bristol Hippodrome: tickets on sale now for rescheduled shows

Tickets are moving fast for the Bristol-born comedian's six-show hometown run.   Funnyman and TV personality Russell Howard will be returning to Bristol in 2021 for an eagerly-anticipated run of six live performances at the Hippodrome...
29MAY

Applications for the 2020 SmallBiz100 open Monday 1 June

Boost your business with some top-notch promotion during the buildup to this year's Small Business Saturday.   Applications for the 2020 SmallBiz100 are opening on Monday 1 June, giving small business owners the chance to be featured in...
28MAY

Bristol family to run and cycle more than 100km for Great Western Air Ambulance

Marie King and her family are taking part in two sponsored challenges to raise money for the Great Western Air Ambulance service.   Bristol local Marie King has launched a fundraiser for a huge sponsored challenge that will see her and her...
28MAY

A celebration of our favourite Bristol dancefloors

We pay homage to some of the city's top events spaces as doors remain closed during the coronavirus crisis.   We miss Bristol parties. The city is a proud home to a huge range of venues, talented artists, dedicated promoters and keen crowds,...
28MAY

Boston Tea Party’s Gloucester Road cafe reopens

The no single-use coffee cup café chain says it's possible to stay safe and save the planet with their new Contactless Coffee service.    Today's the day: Boston Tea Party's Gloucester Road joint is back open...
27MAY

Bristol gospel choir Sønder go virtual with montage music videos

The choir’s latest music video aims to express unity.   Bristol-based vocal collective Sønder have just released a new music video – a remotely-recorded cover of the gospel classic ‘For Every Mountain.’   Each...
27MAY

Bristol’s boutique comedy and magic theatre announces interactive virtual show

Bring the fun and mystique of Bristol's leading comedy and magic theatre, Smoke and Mirrors, into your home.    It's been a while since we've been able to enjoy the city's buzzing events and entertainment scene.   And...
26MAY

Caring in Bristol deliver more than 50,000 meals to vulnerable people as part of 'Cheers Drive' initiative

The charity's free food delivery service has received huge support from the Bristol public so far.   After launching their biggest-ever Emergency Appeal campaign at the beginning of April, Caring in Bristol have spent the last few...
26MAY

Colston Hall announces second instalment of digital music festival, Bristol Takeover Online

Colston Hall’s digital music festival in aid of Music Venue Trust’s national #SaveOurVenues campaign is getting a second run.    On Saturday (23 May), Colston Hall’s digital music festival Bristol Takeover Online smashed...
26MAY

A drive-in cinema is coming to Bristol: what we know so far

A feel-good cinema experience with a healthy dose of social distancing.   No cinema? No problem! This summer, a drive-in cinema is coming to Bristol.   With the help of outdoor cinema specialist Skylight Cinema, Ashton Gate’s...
26MAY

Bristol City players return to training in small groups

Manager Lee Johnson had his players back in training yesterday as the EFL looks to resume the Championship season.   Bristol City players returned to training yesterday under strict EFL safety protocols, taking part in light exercises and...
22MAY

Don’t forget: Colston Hall’s digital music festival is happening tomorrow

Don't forget - Bristol Takeover Online is happening tomorrow, Saturday 23 May.    Colston Hall, in partnership with an array of Bristol music venues, is hosting a digital music festival tomorrow (Saturday 23 May), titled Bristol...
22MAY

6 Easy Ways To Support Bristol Music During Coronavirus

Six small, super easy ways to do your bit for the local music scene during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.    Coronavirus has meant gigs, festivals and mass gatherings are a no-go, and crucially, no one really knows when it’ll...
22MAY

What Bristol's music venues are listening to under lockdown: Trinity Centre

The Trinity team are working hard to celebrate Bristol artists with their online output.   As the COVID-19 crisis wears on we're all missing Bristol's vibrant live music schedule, with the doors of our favourite venues set to remain...
22MAY

Tonight: Bristol City Robins Foundation to host online charity quiz

Pit yourself against fans and players to support the foundation's food delivery drive.   The Bristol City Robins Foundation are set to host an exclusive online quiz at 20:00 tonight (Friday 22 May) to raise money for their efforts to provide...
21MAY

Three Brothers Burgers to reopen for takeaway

Get your Three Brothers burger fix from tomorrow, Friday 22 May.    One of Bristol’s top burger destinations, Three Brothers Burgers, is back.     They’re set to reopen for takeaway orders tomorrow,...
21MAY

In pictures: Lakota’s top raves of 2019

Eats Everything’s homecoming, a 20-hour rave and a disco festival: Eoin Fenton of Lakota reflects on the venue's best raves of 2019.    Situated off Stokes Croft, Lakota is an internationally renowned hub...