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23APR

Basement 45 to reopen in May with a series of seated events

Some light at the end of the tunnel for Bristol's longest-running club venue.   Much-loved central Bristol club Basement 45 have announced plans to reopen in May, set to run a series of socially distanced, seated events hosted by...
23APR

Beauty Between the Buns: The best Bristol burgers available on the BARBI App

Treat yourself this weekend courtesy of one of Bristol's best-loved independent burger spots.   There are many, many things that Bristol just gets right. Forward-thinking arts and culture, a fiercely independent political spirit and a...
22APR

Russell Howard to return to Lakota Gardens for three dates in May & June

Don't miss three hometown shows from the celebrated Bristol-born comedian.   Renowned standup and TV personality Russell Howard has announced a three-show run at Lakota, set to perform on the iconic venue's outdoor stage...
22APR

The Libertines to return to Bristol's O2 Academy as part of 2021 winter tour

Catch Pete Doherty and co. back on a Bristol stage in December.   Iconic indie outfit The Libertines have confirmed a Bristol date as part of their eagerly-anticipated 2021 UK tour, set to perform live at the O2 Academy on Monday 13 December.   Back...
21APR

Bristol Pride unveil plans for two-week 2021 celebration

The festival will be making it's eagerly-anticipated return in July with a programme of in-person events.   The Bristol Pride team have today (Wednesday 21 April) announced plans for the return of their renowned annual festival this summer,...
21APR

Plant-based Perfection: The very best vegan food on the BARBI App

Get your hands on some delicious guilt-free grub courtesy of one of Bristol's best-loved vegan spots.   Veganism and cruelty-free diets are more popular than ever in 2021, with a growing number people adopting a plant-based lifestyle across...
20APR

Trinity Centre's Garden Sessions to return in May

Tickets are on sale now for an opening weekend featuring Ishmael Ensemble, Batu and more.   The Trinity Centre are ready to relaunch their Garden Sessions series, set to welcome another selection of renowned local artists to a pop-up...
20APR

Nicola's Story: How Baggator are supporting Bristolians facing fuel poverty

Anya Agulova explores the Easton-based charity's efforts to support people in need during the COVID-19 crisis.   Back in January, a collective of community organisations in Bristol launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money in support...
19APR

Bristol Craft Beer Festival unveil 2021 food lineup

Organisers have announced a diverse culinary offering ahead of the return of their much-loved annual festival.   Bristol Braft Beer Festival have unveiled a full foodie lineup for their 2021 edition, inviting four renowned restaurants and...
19APR

Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Belle & Sebastian Bristol gigs moved to summer 2022

Tickets purchased for previous dates remain valid for the rescheduled performances.   Eagerly-anticipated live performances from Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Belle & Sebastian have been successfully rescheduled to summer 2022, organisers...
15APR

One Sporting City launches in Bristol

The team have persuaded stars of cricket, football, rugby, hockey, cycling and rowing amongst many other sports to launch the Bristol version of One Sporting City.   One Sporting City involves VIP hosted tournaments and competitions...
9APR

Bristol-based artist James Humphrys releases upbeat new single 'Let It Out, Keep It In'

The acclaimed vocalist is back with his first release of 2021.   Bristol-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist James Humphrys has today (Friday 9 April) released his latest new single, 'Let It Out, Keep It In'.   The...
9APR

The Cloak & Dagger to reopen for outdoor dining on Thursday 15 April

The boutique bar and arts venue are launching a new small-plate menu next week.   Popular Cheltenham Road venue The Cloak & Dagger have confirmed details of their April reopening, set to welcome locals back through their doors for socially...
8APR

FareShare South West set a huge new distribution record in March

The team distributed more than 431 tonnes of food during the last weeks of their FoodStock project.   Bristol-based organisation FareShare South West registered a record-breaking month in March, distributing an incredible 431 tonnes...
8APR

Futureboogie, Alfresco Disco and more locked in for Motion reopening parties

Bristol's biggest club venue is returning with a series of socially distanced outdoor events.   Motion have confirmed a lineup for their seated Open Air parties in May and June, enlisting some of Bristol's best-loved promoters and...
7APR

Show of Strength to resume Bristol walking tours this month

The renowned theatre company are finally returning to the streets of Bristol.   Bristol's Show of Strength Theatre Company have announced plans to resume their programme of award-winning walking tours this month, inviting locals and visitors...
7APR

Independent businesses reopening across Wapping Wharf in April

There's never been a better time to shop locally as Bristol's retail and hospitality sectors emerge from lockdown.   Shops, bars, restaurants and cafes are set to reopen from Monday 12 April onwards at Wapping Wharf, in line with the...
6APR

South West's first-ever Heavy Metal record store to open in central Bristol

Black City Records will be opening its doors for the first time this month.   Bristol is about to become the home of the only Heavy Metal record shop in the entire South West Region, with Black City Records set to open on Trenchard Street...