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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...
6APR

151 Years of Hurt? New hope and a new season for Gloucestershire Cricket

David Cotton gauges the mood at Gloucestershire Cricket ahead of an intriguing new season.   Many Bristol establishments need our customer support as Covid restrictions ease, hospitality, nightlife, non-essential shops and professional...
2APR

Pub gardens in Bristol | Where to get booked in this month

Emerge from lockdown in style at one of the city's very best outdoor spaces.   We're just a couple of weeks away from the long-awaited reopening of pubs in April, and although indoor spaces must remain closed for the time being, there...
2APR

Bristol Radio: Explore new music from emerging local artists on Spotify

Discover new(ish) releases in our latest Spotify playlist update.   Home listening has become the norm during the coronavirus crisis, with venues forced to remain closed for over a year and artists restricted to live stream performances until...
1APR

Glastonbury Festival IS going ahead this year (sort of)

The UK's biggest music festival is going virtual for the first time.   After the disappointment of being forced to cancel their world-renowned festival for a second year running in January, the Glastonbury team are back with a brand-new...
1APR

Review: St Pauls residents come together for Window Wonderland exhibition

Anya Agulova documents another eye-catching display in St Pauls.   With events and public gatherings still on hold, a collective of charitable organisations got together before the clocks came forward last weekend to mark the end of wintertime...
31MAR

IDLES to play huge homecoming show on The Downs

The internationally-renowned band are coming back home with a bang this September.   Revered five-piece IDLES have announced plans for a huge headline show on The Downs later this year, set to perform in front of a capacity crowd...
31MAR

Bristol City move in to new state-of-the-art training centre

Players and staff made the switch to the brand-new site on Monday.   Bristol City have officially moved into their brand-new state-of-the-art training facility, almost three years after construction got underway on the site in Failand.   Featuring...
30MAR

RuPaul's Drag Race UK is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2022

The UK's biggest-ever Drag Race tour will be stopping off in Bristol next March.   The eagerly-anticipated RuPaul's Drag Race live tour will be stopping off in Bristol next year, with some of the hit show's best-loved stars set...
30MAR

Thekla to reopen in June with a week of summer boat parties

The iconic venue will be returning this summer with a full week of their best-loved residencies.   Thekla have released the first wave of tickets for their eagerly-awaited reopening parties, returning with a week of events after more than...
29MAR

Lionel Richie's Bristol show has been rescheduled to 2022

The world-renowned artist was due to play live at the Lloyds Amphitheatre in June.   Lionel Richie's live performance at Bristol's open-air Lloyds Amphitheatre has been officially rescheduled to next year, with the initial date postponed...
29MAR

Pressure Dome release new compilation to raise money for two local charities

All proceeds from PDCOMP003 will go to Caring in Bristol and Community Care Package.   Bristol-based record label Pressure Dome have released their latest charity compilation, PDCOMP003, available as a digital download on a pay-what-you-like...
26MAR

Breaking Bread to reopen on The Downs in April

The celebrated pop-up dining complex is returning for its second stint in Clifton.   Organisers of the popular hospitality pop-up Breaking Bread have confirmed a date for their 2021 reopening, with their Pipe & Lovers outdoor beer...