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18JAN

School of Rock: The Musical is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome

Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit stage show will arrive in the Westcountry in May.   A critically-acclaimed stage adaptation of School of Rock is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome, with a seven-date run scheduled between Tuesday 10 and Saturday...
18JAN

Catch one of the M Shed’s Historical Walks this year

The M Shed have constructed four unique guided walks running between January and May exploring some of Bristol’s most historic areas: the Floating Harbour, Windmill Hill, the Old City and Redcliffe.   The Historical Walks are led by...
17JAN

Om Burger vegan delivery in Bristol

The renowned Stokes Croft burger spot is now available for home delivery or collection.   Om Burger has become the latest in a long line of popular independent restaurants added to the BARBI App, a delivery platform developed by Bristol, for...
17JAN

What’s On: January 2022 at The Redgrave Theatre

The historic Bristol Theatre, built in 1966 as the Clifton College Theatre, is starting 2022 as it means to go on with plenty of theatre, magic shows, dance and talks throughout January.   The theatre’s January 2022 events include ‘Suggs:...
17JAN

Bristol-based musician and poet Dizraeli is hosting a one-off party this weekend

The one-night-only showcase will feature a sit-down meal, spoken word and acoustic performances and a DJ set from the man himself.   While the event is for Dizraeli patrons only, it is only one pound a month to sign up, all you need...
17JAN

Bristol City launch weekly mental wellbeing sessions for supporters

Robins Talk sessions invite fans to get active and talk openly in a safe and supportive setting.   Bristol City Football Club have launched a series of mental wellbeing sessions to encourage locals to make small changes that can improve...
14JAN

Bristol ARC survey suggests owning a pet can improve your mental health

The survey revealed that 70% of people struggling with their mental and physical health feel that owning a pet has helped to alleviate their symptoms.   To find out more about the survey and how it was conducted, head to the Bristol A.R.C...
14JAN

Jake Bugg to return to Bristol as part of Spring 2022 UK tour

The renowned singer-songwriter is going back on the road in support of his fifth studio album.   All-conquering English solo artist Jake Bugg is just weeks away from opening his eagerly-awaited 2022 UK tour, stopping off in Bristol as part...
14JAN

Inspirational ultra-runner and diversity activist to speak in Bristol next month

Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is visiting the South-West to talk about her journey to success and inspirational campaigning mission.   Skilled long-distance runner and anti-racism campaigner, the Stroud-born Sabrina Pace-Humphreys, has taken...
14JAN

Bristol's Basement 45 relaunch in-house DJ practice sessions

Familiarise yourself with a proper setup at one of Bristol's longest-running club venues.   Basement 45 are now taking 2022 bookings for their popular in-house DJ sessions, giving local artists and promoters the chance to hone their...
13JAN

Organisers confirm return of Bristol Light Festival in 2022

The innovative festival will be setting up in central Bristol once more after a well-received 2020 debut.   The Bristol Light Festival will be making a comeback in 2022, with details of its second-ever edition set to be revealed in the...
13JAN

Explore the impact Bristol's cinemas had on Hollywood legend Cary Grant this month

Discover the regional cinematic landscape that inspired one of Hollywood's biggest stars during the golden age of film.   On Thursday 20 January from 18:00 until 19:30, Dr Charlotte Crofts, Associate Professor of Filmmaking...
13JAN

Catch 'Make Space For Rising' at Bristol Beacon next month

Experience and celebrate some of the most exciting young up and coming talents in Bristol this winter.   Next month (Thursday 10 February), Rising Arts Agency will be taking over Bristol Beacon, bringing a diverse programme of events...
13JAN

Learn about the incredible people interwoven into the history of Bristol Old Vic

‘The People’s Tour’ is a building-wide tour of Britain’s longest continuously working theatre, teaching visitors about the hard-working and remarkable people behind its rich history.   ‘The People’s Tour’...
12JAN

Artspace Lifespace open 2022 Artist Residency scheme

Artists across Bristol can access free studio space and support to develop new projects and works-in-progress.   Bristol-based creative collective Artspace Lifespace have launched their 2022 Artist Residency scheme, offering local artists...
12JAN

The World Reimagined has issued an open call to UK based artists

Artists from across the UK are being asked to bring their perspective, talent and creativity to a design that will be the centrepiece of an exhibition in a major city.   The World Reimagined has issued a call out for UK-based artists working...
12JAN

Spike Island's Peggy Ahwesh exhibition to close this Sunday

A series of works stretching over two decades of the acclaimed American artist's career has been on display since September 2021.   This weekend, Peggy Ahwesh's first UK survey exhibition, Vision Machines, comes to a close,...
12JAN

One of the UK's best-loved comics is coming to Bristol in September

Alan Carr will be bringing his 'Regional Trinket' show to the Hippodrome for two live dates in September.   Celebrated comedian, broadcaster and writer Alan Carr is set to perform live at the Bristol Hippodrome later this year, stopping...