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15JUL

Dhamaka Indian Restaurant reopens

The popular street food restaurant is open for bookings, collection and delivery.   Renowned Indian restaurant Dhamaka is officially back open for business, and is taking bookings for the first time in more than three months following an extended...
15JUL

Discover Clevedon's virtual literary and arts event: Festival in the Clouds

The festival will be available online until the end of November this year.    Earlier this year, Clevedon was gearing up to deliver first-ever literary and arts celebration, More Than Words.   It was due to take place last...
15JUL

Member of Massive Attack to perform live in Sky Orchestra

The audio-visual spectacle will take off from a secret location one morning in July.   Massive Attack writer and producer, Stew Jackson, will play electric guitar live from a hot air balloon over Bristol this month.    Stew's...
15JUL

Bristol Burger Bus unveils three new locations

Burgers on the move: catch the Burger Bus Bristol in three new locations this week.    Burger Bus Bristol serves up some of the best patties in town inside a converted New York school bus.    Every week, it travels...
14JUL

Elvana and Marc Almond among new acts added to Live from the Drive-In lineup

More acts join the Live from the Drive-In lineup at Filton Airfield.    Elvana, Those Damn Crows, Illuminate with LZ7 and Marc Almond are the new names on the lineup for Live from the Drive-In concert series, set to be...
14JUL

Pizzarova gives back to local mental health charity with July special

The sourdough pizza restaurant chain is supporting Changes Bristol this month, a charity providing peer support meetings for those in mental distress.   Love Mediterranean-inspired pizza? Want to support a good cause? You’re in...
14JUL

Bristol Hippodrome suspends all performances until late September

The theatre said it has successfully rescheduled several shows including Mamma Mia! And 9 to 5: The Musical.    The Bristol Hippodrome has announced it will extend the suspension of all performances until Saturday 20 September, due to...
14JUL

New city-wide arts campaign platforms work of Bristol's young creatives

Rising Arts' #WhoseFuture campaign aims to amplify a diverse range of creative voices across Bristol.   A brand-new arts campaign was launched in Bristol yesterday (Monday 13 July), showcasing works from 37 young creatives and...
14JUL

Russell Howard set for surprise show at Lakota Gardens this week

Tickets are moving quickly for a one-off show from the Bristol-born comedian.   Renowned standup and TV personality Russell Howard has announced a surprise show at Lakota this week, set to perform on Thursday 16 July as part of the club's...
13JUL

Brunel’s SS Great Britain to reopen

Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the ship's homecoming.   All aboard! One of Bristol's biggest tourist attractions will reopen this weekend, following an extended closure due to COVID-19.   Brunel's SS Great...
13JUL

Beauty services inside The Arcade reopen

Following a further easing of lockdown measures, several beauty businesses inside The Arcade shopping quarter have reopened.    Located in Bristol’s shopping district, you’ll find The Arcade - a Grade II listed shopping...
13JUL

The Lanes reopen bar and in-house pizzeria

The city centre bar have fired up their pizza oven and are taking bookings and walk-ins.   The Lanes is officially back open for business following an extended closure due to the coronavirus outbreak, with the bar and kitchen serving up craft...
13JUL

Tonight: The Hobgoblin to reopen with new and improved beer garden

The much-loved Gloucester Road bar is opening its doors tonight for the first time since 20 March.   The Hobgoblin is officially back open for business, taking bookings now ahead of what's sure to be a busy few days. Purveyors of some...
10JUL

New short film documents life on the road with Bristol band Elder Island

Get an intimate insight into the inner workings of Elder Island.    Off the back of their 2019 debut album, Bristol trio Elder Island have announced new tour dates for 2021. They'll play SWX on Thursday 11 March 2021.    To...
10JUL

Local coffee festival moves online for 2020

The annual coffee festival has announced it'll go digital this year.    The 2020 edition of The Coffee House Project has been cancelled, organisers have confirmed.    Usually the two-day coffee festival celebrates local artisan...
10JUL

Wiley announced to perform at Live from the Drive-In at Filton Airfield

British grime MC Wiley is performing in Bristol this summer – with a healthy dose of social distancing.    A drive-in concert series will be staged at the former Airfield in Filton this summer, as part of a huge UK tour.   Live...
10JUL

More independent retailers inside The Arcade to reopen

Several retailers inside The Arcade will reopen on Monday 13 July, following a further easing of lockdown measures.   Located in Bristol’s shopping district, you’ll find The Arcade - a Grade II listed shopping quarter. It’s...
9JUL

Hot air balloons with speakers, aka Sky Orchestra, to fly over Bristol in July

The flight will feature a premiere of a new composition featuring musicians from around the city.    Seven hot air balloons with speakers attached to their baskets will float over Bristol later this month.   The audio-visual...