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26JAN

A 365Bristol guide to Bristol gyms

If you're looking to shake off the January blues and get fit this year in one of Bristol's abundance of excellent gyms, then we've got the perfect list for you.     We've compiled a list of the best gyms from all over...
26JAN

Campaign launched to save 134-year-old baths amid private development fears

A 134-year-old former public paths in Hotwells faces an uncertain future – but a community association are trying to change that.   Jacob Wells Baths is a Grade II listed former public baths located – as you might imagine –...
25JAN

BAFTA nominated series want Bristolians who can offer a home to a rescue dog

Channel 4’s The Dog House is back, casting for a brand new series with applications now open for those looking to provide a loving home for a rescue dog.   Could you provide a loving home for a rescue dog? Channel 4 series, The Dog House,...
25JAN

The South West Baby & Toddler show is back at Bath & West Showground

Attention all parents! The South West Baby & Toddler Show is back and better than ever, and it's happening at its new home at the Bath & West Showground on 18-19 February. This is the perfect opportunity to stock up on all the essentials...
25JAN

Fatboy Slim spearheads stellar Love Saves The Day 2023 lineup

Bristol’s largest independent music festival has today revealed its roster of artists for 2023 and it’s shaping up to be one of the best editions yet.   Love Saves The Day will take place at Ashton Court Estate on Saturday 27 and...
25JAN

Review : Drive your Plow over the Bones of the Dead at Bristol Old Vic

"A force to be reckoned with, asking hard questions and forcing us to think about our answers, whether we're proud of what they'd be or not" Naomi Weeks gives her take on the Bristol Old Vic production of Drive Your Plow Over the...
24JAN

What's On: February at O2 Academy

As one of the prime destinations for the biggest acts from the UK and abroad, O2 Academy is one of the city's most popular venues for students and Bristolians alike.   Perth prog rockers, top-of-the-bill radio DJs, multi-platinum pop stars,...
24JAN

Wildscreen Festival to host massive natural world film screening in Bristol

Wildscreen, the world’s biggest network of natural world filmmakers, has recently announced a night of film screenings from the 2022 edition of the festival.    The Wildscreen 2022 Official Selection will be screened at Bristol...
24JAN

Isreali-born Bristol vocalist unleashes explosive debut single

Premiering earlier today on Mary Anne Hobbs’ BBC 6 Music show, Tlya x An’s ‘Holy J’ is a formidable first effort with a running time of under two minutes.   Released through innovative Bristol label Spinny Nights (Grove,...
23JAN

A musical theatre favourite is running in Bristol next month

Running for thirteen dates in March, a brand-new production of Sister Act is coming to The Bristol Hippodrome – complete with a star-studded cast.   Sister Act will be at The Bristol Hippodrome from Monday 6 March until Saturday 18 March.   Based...
23JAN

Friendly Records to present night of punk jazz at central Bristol venue

The beloved musical hub is taking over Strange Brew on Valentine’s Day for a candlelit, seated show from progressive jazz outfit Let Spin.   Let Spin and Phenomenal Kissing play Strange Brew on Tuesday 14 February.   Bristol...
23JAN

Bristol neighbourhood guide: The Docks

We’re back with our guide to Bristol’s diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods – with some cherrypicked spots to showcase just how much is going on in each corner of the city.   This week, we’re branching out to the beautiful...
20JAN

A Bob Dylan inspired musical is running in Bristol this month

Conor McPherson’s double Olivier and Tony award-winning West End and Broadway show, Girl from the North Country, is sure to be a success when it comes rolling into Bristol.   Girl from the North Country will run at The Bristol Hippodrome...
20JAN

Last tickets remaining for Sheffield stalwarts’ Bristol date

South Yorkshire indie rock outfit Reverend and the Makers are gearing up to release their seventh studio album, Heatwave in the Cold North.   Reverend and the Makers will play O2 Academy Bristol on Friday 10 February.   The...
20JAN

New season of mouth-watering food announced for North Street dining hall

Opening back in September 2022, Kitchen by KASK have an incredible selection of pop-ups, from ramen to raclette, coming to Bedminster over the coming months.   Kitchen by KASK’s new programme includes takeovers from The Cheese Guys,...
19JAN

Bristol Burns Night 2023

Burns Night 2023 is just around the corner, and Bristol is hosting a variety of events to celebrate the life and poetry of the famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Bristol must love Robert Burns, because it is jam-packed with feasting, ceilidhs,...
19JAN

Slapstick Festival to take a deep dive into the world of comedy next month

With a packed programme of film screenings, theatre performances and ‘in conversation’ events planned, Bristol’s Slapstick Festival looks bigger and better than ever this year.   Slapstick Festival 2023 runs across Bristol...
19JAN

Tickets for Bristol City’s fourth round FA home clash with West Brom are on sale now

It’s not often The Robins make it to the fourth round of England’s most prestigious domestic cup and Ashton Gate is sure to be rocking – particularly with adult tickets as low as £15.   Bristol City take on West Bromwich...