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14SEP

The Exchange and The Louisiana create joint Patreon club

Two legendary Bristol venues have joined forces as they navigate their way out of the Covid-19 void.   The Exchange and The Louisiana launched their new Patreon club in early September.   Designed to help both spaces recover from...
14SEP

FareShare South West back national campaign to tackle food waste

The #FoodOnPlates initiative aims to prevent millions of tonnes of fresh, unsold food from being wasted.   The Bristol-based South West arm of nationwide charity FareShare have officially given their backing to the #FoodOnPlates...
13SEP

Code of the Streets is returning to Basement 45 for a huge anniversary party

Celebrate 16 years of an iconic Bristol events series this month.   Ever-popular party Code of the Streets is making its long-awaited post-lockdown comeback next month, with special guests and resident DJs ready to take over Basement...
10SEP

Bristol band Langkamer release debut album, West Country

The refreshing 12-track record is available on all platforms via Breakfast Records.   Bristol four-piece Langkamer have today (Friday 10 September) released their eagerly-anticipated debut full-length album, West Country, to positive...
10SEP

Mental health support services in Bristol | Suicide Prevention Day 2021

Find out where to go and how to reach out if you're struggling.   Today (Friday 10 September) marks World Suicide Prevention Day, a date dedicated to raising awareness of suicide and bringing people together to create a world where it...
9SEP

Ishmael Ensemble to perform live at Thekla during November UK tour

The collective released their critically-acclaimed second album, Visions of Light, in August.   Bristol-based group Ishmael Ensemble will be performing a homecoming show as part of their latest live tour, scheduled to take the stage at...
9SEP

NASS Festival 2021 cancelled, organisers confirm

The team cited ongoing uncertainty and mounting costs relating to the pandemic.   Organisers of the popular NASS Festival have confirmed they won't be going ahead with their 2021 edition, opting to cancel due to ongoing uncertainty and...
8SEP

Breakfast Records' Breakfest is returning to Thekla this weekend

Catch an array of celebrated local acts on board Bristol's best-loved floating venue.   Independent Bristol-based record label Breakfast Records are gearing up for the second instalment of their one-day festival Breakfest, inviting...
6SEP

It's Second Hand September - explore Sobey's Vintage Clothing at The Arcade

Shop vintage designer pieces, reworked clothes, jewellery and much more.   Second Hand September 2021 is now in full swing, and what better way to mark the occasion than with a visit to one of Bristol's leading vintage clothing retailers?   Located...
6SEP

Miles Kane to perform in Bristol as part of 2022 UK tour

The celebrated singer-songwriter will be performing brand-new material from his upcoming fourth studio album, Change the Show.   Miles Kane has revealed a full list of dates for his upcoming UK tour, including a show at Bristol's O2 Academy...
3SEP

Stephen K Amos is (finally) taking the stage at The Redgrave Theatre this month

The renowned comedian and TV personality was originally due to take his Before and Laughter show on the road in January 2020.   Stephen K Amos is gearing up for the first dates of his long-awaited Before and Laughter live tour, ready to embark...
3SEP

Team of five cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats in aid of Caring in Bristol

Caring in Bristol volunteer Steve Guest and friends will be riding more than 800 miles to raise money for homeless people and rough sleepers.   A five-person team are preparing to set off on a mammoth cycling challenge this weekend, aiming...
2SEP

Livity Sound to host 10th birthday party with Peverelist, Hodge + more

Celebrate ten years of forward-thinking electronic music with sets from Hodge, Peverelist, Ghost Phone and more.   Revered Bristol-based label Livity Sound are celebrating their milestone tenth anniversary in 2021, marking the occasion with...
2SEP

Bristol BID launch water safety campaign with Harbourside warning signs

Eye-catching notices have been installed to warn of the dangers the water can pose.   Bristol City Centre BID have officially launched a new Harbourside safety campaign tasked with highlighting the different risks that the neighbouring waters...
1SEP

Bristol Bears unveil colourful 2021/22 European third kit

The striking new strip will be debuted in this season's Heineken Champions Cup.   Bristol Bears have officially unveiled their brand-new European kit for the 2021/22 season, inspired by rows of colourful houses along Bristol's...
1SEP

Arnolfini to host film festivals celebrating street art and skate culture

Three days of exclusive film screenings will be accompanied by Q&As with revered artists, photographers and skaters.   Bristol's Arnolfini is gearing up to host an eagerly-anticipated series of films exploring the history and DIY spirit...
31AUG

The Psychedelic Furs will perform in Bristol as part of their rescheduled 2021 tour

The band's latest album - their first full-length project in almost thirty years - was released in July 2020.   Veteran rockers The Psychedelic Furs are preparing to go out on the road for a rescheduled UK tour, taking them across...
31AUG

Trinity Centre to host six-week photography & activism workshop

Photographers of all abilities are invited to get involved as part of Trinity's Art of Resistance project.   The Trinity Centre have announced a full schedule for Activism Through The Lens, a six-week workshop exploring the power of photography...