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31JUL

Love Saves The Day 2020 cancelled

Festival organisers, Team Love, released a heartfelt statement on Friday afternoon.   The 2020 edition of Love Saves The Day has been cancelled. The annual music festival was due to kick off on Saturday 5 September at Eastville Park.   Initially,...
30JUL

WIN a year's supply of beer with Wild Beer Co

Don't miss the chance to win 12 months of free beer from one of the Westcountry's top breweries.   Renowned local brewery Wild Beer Co have officially launched their latest competition, giving participants the opportunity to get...
30JUL

Two leading Bristol art galleries to reopen this weekend

Arnolfini and the Royal West of England Academy (RWA) are back open this weekend.    Two of Bristol's top galleries will reopen this weekend, following months of closure as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.   The...
30JUL

Basement 45 relaunch in-house DJ lessons

The club are taking bookings now for full courses and practice sessions.   Basement 45 have officially relaunched their DJ lessons and practice sessions, allowing DJs of all abilities to learn the ropes, improve their skills or just sharpen...
30JUL

Doves to perform in Bristol during first venue tour in 12 years

Catch the Cheshire three-piece at the Bristol O2 Academy on Monday 29 March 2021.    This is big: indie rock legends Doves are heading out on their first venue tour in 12 years.   The tour is in support of the band’s...
29JUL

Family-friendly attractions in Bristol back open this weekend

Update: Friday 31 July   Please note: due to an update in government guidlines, venues such as bowling alleys, casinos and skating rinks, that had been due to reopen on Saturday 1 August, will not be able to do so until at least...
29JUL

How to find out which Bristol restaurants are offering 50% off in August

Make the most of the government's 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme at your favourite Bristol restaurants in August.   A new website shows you exactly which restaurants in Bristol are taking part in 'Eat Out to Help Out', a...
29JUL

The Psychedelic Furs to perform in Bristol as part of 2021 tour

The band's latest album, Made of Rain, is out on Friday 31 July.   Veteran rockers The Psychedelic Furs have announced a short UK tour for 2021, set to take them to some of the nation's favourite stages in support of their eighth...
29JUL

Bristol Craft Beer Festival will go ahead in September

The festival will be one of Bristol's first large-scale events post-lockdown.   Organisers behind the Bristol Craft Beer Festival have confirmed that this year's event will be going ahead, confirmed for Friday 11 and Saturday...
28JUL

AirHop to reopen

The 60,000 sq ft trampoline park is reopening next week.    Bounce into summer: AirHop is reopening on Monday 3 August.   Situated by The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, the venue boasts more than 140 interconnected trampolines,...
28JUL

Flour & Ash is closing for good: support the pizzeria during its final week

"All things must eventually end and this is our time."   An award-winning pizza restaurant in Bristol is closing.    Flour & Ash has been operating a takeaway service for the past eight weeks but...
28JUL

Alexandra Burke to star in 2022 Bristol Hippodrome show My Best Friend’s Wedding

Burke will star as Julianne Potter in the brand-new romantic musical comedy.    Did you know? The 90s hit rom-com My Best Friend’s Wedding has been turned into a musical, and it’s heading out on tour.   Even better,...
28JUL

Slapstick Festival unveils virtual event series packed with famous faces

The series includes an online quiz with questions put by celebrity guests, including Rob Brydon, Pippa Evans and Matt Lucas.   Earlier this year, Slapstick Festival came up with a clever way to lift spirits in lockdown.   In April,...
27JUL

Bristol Open Doors unveil programme of audio walking tours for 2020

Uncover the city’s secrets, guided by the people who know Bristol best, with Bristol Open Doors 2020.    Ever wondered who brought street art to Bristol? Want to discover a ruin of a sacred Temple in the heart of the city?...
27JUL

Rescheduled dates announced for Waitress at the Bristol Hippodrome

Waitress is going on its first-ever U.K. theatre tour in 2021, and it’s stopping off in Bristol.   Grab yourself a slice of pie, Bristol: smash-hit romantic musical comedy, Waitress, is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2021.   Due...
27JUL

The Wave to reopen

The pioneering inland surfing lake is taking bookings now for August and September.   The team behind innovative inland surf centre The Wave have announced plans to reopen on Saturday 1 August, following months of closure as a result...
27JUL

Pay What You Can community cafe opens in Stokes Croft

The new community hub will help provide continued support for homeless and vulnerable people in central Bristol.   The Stokes Croft Food Project have today (Monday 27 July) opened their Pay What You Can Community Cafe, a new community...