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25JAN

Dub Pistols will return to Bristol this Spring

Following a sold-out European tour, electronic dub fathers Dub Pistols are returning to Bristol.    Loaded with new material, the pair are headed out on a brand-new U.K. tour this Spring and will be stopping off at The Fleece on...
24JAN

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Bristol | 24 - 26 January 2020

January is a bit rubbish, isn't it?   Cold and gloomy, it's probably one of the worst times of year. But it doesn't have to be - especially if you live here in Bristol.   It's time to put a stop to those...
24JAN

The Faulty Towers Dining Experience is coming to Bristol

Is this the ultimate perfect Mother’s Day treat? Quite possibly.    Improvised mayhem, three courses and two hours of non-stop laughter: the legendary Faulty Towers Dining Experience is coming to Bristol.    Aired...
24JAN

9 Cheap Things To Do in Bristol

We're all feeling the pinch in January, but being skint certainly doesn't mean you can't have a good time.   We know the score; Christmas was expensive, you've had to stretch your paycheck over six weeks and the bills are coming...
23JAN

Award-winning Bristol filmmakers to host screening and Q&A

Earlier this week, Bristol filmmaker of Shunk Films, Paul Holbrook, received the top prize at The Pitch film awards.    The award will provide the local filmmaker with £30,000 of funding, and a trip to Hollywood to gain feedback...
23JAN

This weekend at Motion: Goldie, Roni Size, HAAi and more

Bristol's biggest club venue isn't messing around this weekend.   After they recently announced a blockbuster programme for their first run of parties in 2020, Motion are kicking things off with a bang by inviting some of the...
23JAN

Stand-up veteran Janey Godley is coming to Bristol

Following recent appearances on the BBC’s ‘Have I Got News for You’, Janey Godley is heading out on tour, and she’s coming to Bristol.    Set to perform at the Redgrave Theatre in Clifton on 23 February 2020, Janey...
22JAN

Where To Celebrate Burns Night 2020 in Bristol

Haggis, poetry and lots of whisky: Burns Night is on 25 January 2020. Have you made plans yet?    An annual celebration of the life and works of Scottish poet Robert Burns, Burns Night combines food, drink and music. From...
22JAN

Aussie rockers The Chats will return to Bristol as part of 2020 UK tour

Pub-rock three-piece, The Chats, played one of the best O2 Academy gigs of 2019 during their Bristol debut back in December.   Formed in 2016 in Queensland, The Chats are one of the most exciting bands to come out of Australia...
22JAN

Last tickets remaining for Krept and Konan live at O2 Academy Bristol this weekend

The South London duo will finally be playing their latest Bristol show after it was rescheduled from November 2019.   The last handful of tickets are still available for rap duo Krept and Konan at the O2 Academy this Sunday 26 January. The...
21JAN

Acclaimed production of The Political History of Smack & Crack set for the Bristol Old Vic

Following a well-received debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, the production is running in Bristol this week for five nights at the Bristol Old Vic. Catch it between Wednesday 22 January and Saturday 25 January.   At 2am on Wednesday 8 July...
21JAN

Ritual Union announce second wave of acts

First-time Bristol music festival, Ritual Union, has added Dream Wife, Warmduscher and Lazarus Kane to its lineup.    For the first time ever, Oxford’s beloved multi-venue music festival, Ritual Union, is coming to Bristol.   Arriving...
21JAN

WIN a pair of tickets to see Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes at the Bristol Hippodrome

It's competition time! Win a pair of tickets for you and a partner to watch Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes at the Hippodrome on Tuesday 3 March.   Returning to the Bristol Hippodrome following a hugely successful run in 2017, The Red...
21JAN

Bristol filmmaker Paul Holbrook receives top prize at The Pitch film awards

The local filmmaker, writer and director got the National Film & Television School nod for his short film, Hollow, released in 2019.   Entering the competition for the first time, Holbrook took The Pitch Award, making a big impression...
20JAN

Coffee in Bristol: 15 Cafés & Coffee Shops You Need To Visit

If you’re yearning for a good flat white (if you know, you know), then you’re in luck: Bristol is brimming with quality coffee shops.    Forget Starbucks, and leave those often-disappointing pumpkin-spiced lattes behind. Here’s...
20JAN

12 Alternative Festivals Happening In Bristol During 2020

It’s no secret that Bristol is the place to be when it comes to music festivals.    Simple Things, Dot to Dot, Love Saves the Day, Rave on Avon – the list goes on. But what about other types of festivals?   This...
20JAN

WokyFest 2020 at Wapping Wharf: what to expect

Chinese New Year kicks off this Saturday! This year marks the Year of the Rat, and Woky Ko (on Wapping Wharf) is getting ready to celebrate.   Every year, Woky Ko's festival, WokyFest, brings vibrant Chinese New Year celebrations...
17JAN

The Redgrave Theatre announce extra Eric & Ern show due to popular demand

Due to popular demand, the Redgrave Theatre has added a matinee performance for the Olivier Award-nominated duo Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens, otherwise known as Eric & Little Ern.    One for all the family, Eric & Ern...