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24JAN

Artist registration opens for Upfest 2022

The world-renowned festival is set to return in May.   Registration is officially open for artists to take part in the 2022 edition of Upfest, taking place in Bedminster on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May.   Understood to be...
24JAN

A Clevedon Town striker could be in the running for a FIFA Puskas Award

The Seasiders' Oli Babington scored the "non-league goal of the season" over the weekend.   Worldwide football governing body FIFA have caught wind of a goal scored by Clevedon Town striker Oli Babington, tweeting that it "could...
24JAN

Tickets still available for Bristol Sounds series 2022

The annual festival, that hasn’t been running since 2019, will be taking place at Canon’s Marsh Amphitheatre (previously Lloyd’s Amphitheatre) between 22 and 26 June.   A stellar first wave line-up has already been announced;...
21JAN

Bristol DJs Kahn & October to accompany film screening at The Cube

The respected selectors will be going back-to-back to mark the release of new Boy Harsher audiovisual project, The Runner.   Stokes Croft cinema and arts space The Cube have revealed the latest addition to an expansive film screening...
21JAN

Jess Glynne's 2022 Forest Live concerts have been cancelled

The renowned singer-songwriter was set to perform live at Westonbirt Arboretum in June.   A live performance from Jess Glynne has been removed from this year's Forest Live concert lineup due to unforeseen circumstances, organisers have...
21JAN

US Office star Creed Bratton to perform live at The Fleece

Mysterious, eccentric and supremely talented: don't miss a one-of-a-kind night of live music and comedy.   Creed Bratton, known best for his unforgettable role in the hit US version of The Office, is set to perform in Bristol next month...
20JAN

Avon Wildlife Trust offering half price memberships throughout January

Show your support for local wildlife and donate to the nature-friendly organisation.   Avon Wildlife Trust is shaving 50 percent off all available memberships this January, with prices starting at just £1.50 per month. New...
20JAN

Exchange launches new accessible gig series, 'Go Gentle'

The shows, organised by the Old Market venue team, will take place in a calm, relaxed environment.   Exchange is just days away from the launch of 'Go Gentle', a brand-new gig series consisting of cosy shows by touring bands...
20JAN

Catch a Titanic Museum Exhibition at The Island next month

Coming to the Bristol gallery space and venue for a limited amount of time, the Titanic exhibition will feature never before seen stories and artifacts relating to the tragic story of the world’s most famous passenger liner.   Running...
20JAN

Aardman to return with new Wallace & Gromit film in 2024

The beloved stop-motion duo's latest adventure will debut on the BBC before moving onto Netflix.   Aardman Animations have today (Thursday 20 January) announced that cult characters Wallace & Gromit will return for a new film...
19JAN

Thali delivery in Bristol

Enjoy a delicious, authentic Indian feast delivered direct to your door.   Beloved BS5 restaurant Thali is one of a growing list of local independents available for delivery or collection on the BARBI App, a delivery platform developed...
19JAN

TOMORROW: Deaf Conversations About Cinema screening Licorice Pizza at Watershed

Watch and discuss Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film tomorrow night at Watershed.   Beginning at 17:40 this Thursday 20 January, the harbourside cinema will be hosting its latest installment of Deaf Conversations About Cinema, this...
19JAN

Bristol's Mayfest to return this year, organisers confirm

The biennial festival sees performers from all over the world descend upon the southwest.   Bristol's renowned international festival of contemporary theatre, Mayfest, returns this Spring running from Friday 13 to Saturday 29...
19JAN

Catch ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ at the Tobacco Factory next week

The two-man show; presented by Opposable Thumb Theatre, Nordland Visual Theatre and the London International Mime Festival; is showing at the Bristol theatre for four days only next week.   ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ will be at...
19JAN

‘Woodland Tales with Granddad’ at The Wardrobe Theatre next month

Following on form the success of ‘Fireside Tales’ and ‘Christmas Tales’, Pickled Image present ‘Woodland Tales’ – a spellbinding puppet show with an environmental theme for children aged 3-8.   Brought...
18JAN

Bristol's last working traditional farm features on Countryfile

Take a look inside one of Bristol's last surviving farm's battle against urbanisation.   Catch the latest installation of the BBC's Countryfile featuring Yew Tree Farm, the last traditional working farm with a Bristol...
18JAN

Watch a new documentary celebrating walking routes in Bristol

Discover some of the city's lesser trodden paths and hear the stories of people they have impacted.   A new documentary celebrating walking routes in Bristol, made by local filmmaker David Mathias, has been released. The 13-minute...
18JAN

Tickets remaining for Derren Brown’s first Bristol shows in years

The acclaimed master of mind control is about to embark on his first live tour in six years.   World-renowned stage performer and illusionist Derren Brown is set to touch down in Bristol this year, bringing his new performance 'Showman'...