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15NOV

Learn to forage on Brandon Hill this weekend

A local forager and organic vegetable grower is hosting foraging sessions in a major Bristol park.   Interested in getting more involved in nature? Frustrated by the urban environment? Not all is lost.   This Saturday (the 19th),...
15NOV

35 years of Bristol's The Louisiana

Over the weekend, the team at The Louisiana celebrated 35 years of bringing the best names in music to the city.   Since opening its doors back in 1987, the 140-capacity venue has proved one of Bristol’s key musical hotspots with almost...
15NOV

Take That Musical tickets go on sale tomorrow

Take, That fans rejoice – Greatest Days is finally coming to Bristol.   After many delays plaguing the much-awaited musical’s Bristolian debut, including a certain pandemic, Greatest Days: The Official Take That Musical, is coming...
14NOV

Dynamic techno two-piece Giant Swan are back in Bristol this weekend

Tickets are on final release for the massive homecoming show of the Bristol alternative dance music mainstays, with a host of the UK’s most vital electronic artists also involved.   Giant Swan will be at Bristol’s Trinity...
14NOV

A guide to New Years Eve 2022 events in Bristol

2022 is drawing to a close and, as always, venues all over Bristol have planned an amazing selection of New Year's Eve knees ups.   Congratulations, we've all survived another round trip of the sun. If you’re still at a loose...
14NOV

This Christmas Bristol BID are illuminating the city once again

Bristol is set to be more Christmas-ey than ever this year with the unveiling of a selection of sparkling new Christmas lights.   The Bristol City Centre, Redcliffe & Temple and Broadmead BIDs have come together this year to bring...
11NOV

The Bristol Brick Show is back once again next weekend

A plethora of remarkable models and displays made of nothing but LEGO bricks will be showcased at North Bristol’s Gloucestershire County Cricket Club next weekend.   Back in the city for the first time since the pandemic, The Bristol...
11NOV

Tobacco Factory’s The Snow Queen is just around the corner

With winter just around the corner and a chill growing in the air, it feels like the perfect time for the whole family to step into the icy world of The Snow Queen.    The Snow Queen will be running at Tobacco Factory Theatre from Thursday...
11NOV

Critically acclaimed hip-hop trio clipping. are coming to Bristol for the first time

Known for their experimental approach to hip-hop, clipping. will be playing in the surprisingly intimate setting of The Lanes in December.   clipping. will be at Bristol’s The Lanes on Monday 5 December.   Presented by DM...
10NOV

First wave of Dot to Dot Festival artists announced for 2023

The annual multi-venue festival, which takes place in both Bristol and Nottingham, will be returning to the South West in May, with an array of exciting artists on the bill.   Dot to Dot Festival will be at venues throughout Bristol on...
10NOV

Legendary dub-punk outfit Ruts DC are in Bristol later this month

The renowned reggae-influenced punk rock outfit, previously known as The Ruts, are set to visit Bristol’s famous on-the-water venue, Thekla, at the end of the month.   Ruts DC will play Bristol’s Thekla on Tuesday 29 November.   With...
10NOV

Indie icons Razorlight set to visit Bristol on their first tour in a decade

The 2000s indie rock mainstays are heading out on the road next spring with O2 Academy Bristol as one of their scheduled stop offs.   Razorlight will play O2 Academy Bristol on Wednesday 26 April 2023.   The 2023 tour is in support...
9NOV

Rock supergroup The Aristocrats are coming to Bristol

Instrumental trio The Aristocrats have announced they will be performing at The Fleece in Bristol on Thursday 15 June 2023, as part of their return to the UK and Ireland for a 7-date run of shows.   Not only will...
9NOV

Catch a range of silent and noir films all over Bristol this month

Celebrating the rich history of cinema, South West Silents and sister project Film Noir UK are screening a selection of classic films at some of Bristol’s best venues throughout November and December.   The run of films begins this...
9NOV

Just two weeks until Bristol Old Vic’s The Nutcracker takes to the stage

It’s not long until the festive season descends on Bristol once again and that can only mean one thing, Bristol Old Vic will soon be opening its annual Christmas show.   The Nutcracker opens in Bristol on Thursday 24 November and closes...
8NOV

Where to watch World Cup 2022 in Bristol

The World Cup is, weirdly, just around the corner and it's time to start making plans for where to watch it, so we've taken a look at some of the best Bristol pubs and bars showing all the action live from Qatar.   Let's be...
8NOV

England are set to play at Ashton Gate in February

Still riding high off the back of their EURO 2022 success in the summer, the Lionesses will be heading to Bristol early next year to face Belgium in the Arnold Clark Cup.   England will take on Belgium at Ashton Gate on Wednesday 22 February.   Having...
7NOV

Getting to know The Room Above - with Harry Allmark & Alex Stevens

On the day of the their grand re-opening last October, we met up with The Room Above to chat about what they're all about, what's new - and what's happening in the future.   Who are you guys – and what is the Room Above?   HARRY:   I’m...