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13SEP

Wildscreen Festival organisers announce full line-up for October event

Catch an array of speakers and films both online and in-person next month.   Wildscreen Festival – a celebration of the best storytelling about the natural world – has announced the line-up for its 2022 edition in full.   The...
13SEP

Beth Orton is set to visit Bristol in support of her long awaited eighth album

The renowned singer-songwriter, known for her distinctive blend of acoustic folk and trip-hop, is dropping by St George’s in October to support the upcoming release of Weather Alive.   Orton’s UK tour will swing by Bristol...
12SEP

The Bristol Brick Show is returning next month

A fantastic array of models and displays created using only LEGO bricks is coming to North Bristol’s Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in November.   Returning for the first time post-pandemic, Bristol Brick Show will run on Saturday...
12SEP

Three exciting acts to unite in a night of special performance at The Fleece this week

Catch a special night of performance this week.   This week, Thursday 15 September, a special night of performance is coming to Bristol courtesy of three high-octane acts.   Grand Theft Audio, Scott Sorry and CJ Wildheart will each...
9SEP

POSTPONED: Explore a grandiose BS1 church like never before this weekend

*** In accordance with the Government's Guidance on National Mourning, this event has been postponed following the death of the Queen. Please check back later for more details about the rearranged event.***   Explore a hidden...
9SEP

There is only one week left to see 'When There Is No More Music To Write' at Spike Island

It’s your last chance to catch an exhibition by two avant-garde creatives.   Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran’s ‘When There Is No More Music Left To Write’, currently being exhibited at Spike Island, will end next week.   Coming...
9SEP

'Blue Earth Summit' coming to Propyard next month

Learn about sustainable business practices and grow your network in BS2.   Returning for its second year, Blue Earth Summit will take place next month at former missile silo turned event space, Propyard, and popular surf spot, The Wave.   Running...
9SEP

Tickets still available for indie rock icons Maximo Park’s trip to Bristol

Having released a slew of singles already this year, Maxïmo Park are taking to the road in October for an eleven-date UK run, dubbed the Sïngular Tour.   Maxïmo Park will play O2 Academy Bristol on Saturday...
9SEP

Budget Bristol: 4 places to get coffee under £2

Caffeine is the backbone of modern society – I know, that might sound like a bit of a unhealthy dependence, but I don’t make the rules. Coffee is one of the most popular choices for a caffeine hit out there, and for good reason – it’s...
8SEP

Bristol Youth Studios by Bristol Beacon launches this month

A new programme of music tuition aimed at young people begins this month.   Bristol Youth Studio – a modern music programme created by Bristol Beacon – has launched, aiming to help 13–17-year-olds unlock their creative potential.   Under...
8SEP

Barton Hill’s Travelling Light Youth Theatre Company celebrates their twentieth birthday

Over 1,000 young people have benefitted from Travelling Light’s affordable and creative weekly sessions in Barton Hill.   The local youth theatre started out in a portacabin on the site of City Academy Bristol, then St George's...
8SEP

The UK’s first Sustainable Fashion Week has revealed its full programme of events

Taking place throughout the centre of Bristol, the weeklong programme of events include a Sustainable Fashion Week Hub, a Catwalk Show and a Sustainable Shopping Day.   Sustainable Fashion Week is set to take place between Friday 16 and Tuesday...
7SEP

Dark Alchemy presents a night of music in a special venue this autumn

Catch a distinctive night of music in a special venue this autumn.   On Friday 4 November, experimental duo hackedpicciotto and Bristolian neo-classical outfit Dead Space Chamber Music (DSCM) will play live in a unique BS2 venue.   The...
7SEP

Explore the science behind Amitai Romm's exhibition, 'Hum', next week

Get a window into the thinking behind an exhibition by an acclaimed artist in BS1 next week.   On Thursday 15 September, Amitai Romm, whose exhibition, ‘Hum’, is currently at Spike Island, will explain the themes of his work...
7SEP

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has extended its Bristol run

The 360-degree, massive digital art experience will extend its residency at Bristol’s newest cultural hub, Propyard, until the autumn due to popular demand.    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience was originally scheduled to run until...
7SEP

New campaign seeks to save Bristol venues’ outside spaces

After a devastating two years, Bristol’s hospitality industry is back on its feet and fighting, only to face a new crisis – but a new campaign is seeking to change that.   During the pandemic, venues across Bristol were...
6SEP

South Bristol Arts Trail runs for two days this weekend

The free, family-friendly celebration of artistic creativity in the South Bristol community will take place on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September.   Happening for the first time in four years, the trail will take place in venues across Southville,...
6SEP

An ever-changing dining hall is set to open in BS3, celebrating the best of the city’s diverse street food

KITCHEN BY KASK, from the team behind the award-winning KASK, will see a revolving selection of chefs appear at the North Street wine bar.   A different chef will take over the menu every few weeks with carefully curated drinks accompanying...