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15MAR

Trinity Centre launch new arts project exploring visions of a post-pandemic future

Members of the public are encouraged to share their ideas as we start to emerge from the coronavirus crisis.   The team behind leading music venue and community hub Trinity Centre have launched 'What I Want to Be, What I Want to See', a...
12MAR

Order locally-brewed beer and cider direct to your door through the BARBI App

No need to pop to the shops this weekend - BARBI have got you covered.   It's the penultimate weekend of the 2021 Six Nations, but with pubs and bars across Bristol still closed for the time being, fans have no choice but to watch...
12MAR

Enter Shikari confirm Bristol date on rescheduled UK & European tour

The hard-hitting four-piece will be embarking on a huge run of shows in late 2021/early 2022.   Enter Shikari have announced a Bristol performance as part of a swathe of new additions to their upcoming 'Nothing is True & Everything...
11MAR

Order plant-based snacks, fresh juices and more from Only Green via the BARBI App

Shop Local and support a brilliant Bristol independent this weekend.   Bristol-based CBD supplier, hemp wellness advocates and pop-up kitchen Only Green have become the latest independent business added to the BARBI App, offering up a fully-plant-based...
11MAR

Factory Studios are offering free rehearsal sessions for Bristol bands

The BS5 studio are offering free sessions to up-and-coming artists ahead of the UK's gradual reopening this summer.   The Factory Studios team have announced plans to offer free rehearsal sessions to Bristol-based bands and artists...
10MAR

Seasick Steve to play intimate live show at the Bristol Hippodrome in November

The unlikely blues icon will be arriving in Bristol later this year as part of an extensive UK tour.   Renowned American blues artist Seasick Steve will be performing live at the Bristol Hippodrome this year, set to take the stage on Wednesday...
10MAR

Performing arts group Corvus Angelicus return with walk through St Pauls

Anya Agulova documents the renowned circus group's long-awaited return to the streets of Bristol.   Living circus ensemble Corvus Angelicus made a comeback on Saturday night, touring the streets of St Pauls in fully-lit angel costumes...
9MAR

The Killers' Bristol gig has been postponed again

The band's Ashton Gate Stadium performance will now take place in May 2022.   The long-awaited Bristol leg of The Killers' UK tour has been postponed for a second time due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.   Initially set...
9MAR

#ShopLocal this Mother's Day with Card Shack

Don't panic - we forgot it was this weekend too.   Mother's Day is almost upon us, and with it comes another last-minute rush to sort your presents out when you come to the sudden realisation you've forgotten about it again.   But...
8MAR

Upfest and Bedminster BID mark IWD2021 with update on landmark art project

The 'Six Sisters' mural is set to become the UK's largest designed and painted solely by female street artists.   Upfest and Bedminster BID have today (Monday 8 March, International Women's Day) provided an update...
8MAR

Bristol City share photos of full Ashton Gate to mark a year behind closed doors

Robins fans have been unable to attend matches in-person for over 12 months.   Bristol City have released a gallery of images from the last time supporters were allowed inside Ashton Gate Stadium, a home fixture against Fulham on...
5MAR

Lakota to take over secret location for huge comeback party this summer

The venue team are yet to unveil the secret location for their first full-scale event in over a year.   Lakota have officially confirmed a date for Summer of Love, a huge comeback party set to take place in a special secret location on...
4MAR

PRSC to launch School of Activism workshop programme in April

Explore everything from self-defence to subvertising, squatters' rights and much more.   Community action group People's Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC) have unveiled a full programme for School of Activism 2.0, an affordable, accessible...
3MAR

Easton food drive back up and running with new catering oven

The team recently had a brand-new catering oven installed following a successful community fundraising drive.   Easton-based charity Baggator and the team behind food drive project Super Supper Club have been back in the kitchen this...
2MAR

Delve into the psyche of a serial killer this June with author Jennifer Rees

Discover the inner workings of a killer during this exclusive talk at Filton's BAWA Ballroom.   Ever wondered how the authorities go about tracking down a killer? Contemplated the lives of some of the world's most notorious...
1MAR

Love Saves The Day will be returning in 2021, organisers confirm

One of Bristol's biggest annual festivals will be taking over a brand-new location in September.   Renowned two-day festival Love Saves The Day is set to make a comeback this year, with organisers confirming details for its return across...
26FEB

Save Bristol Nightlife document venues' lockdown experiences in new video series

The organisation have been exploring the impact of the pandemic on some of Bristol's top venues.   Save Bristol Nightlife have launched a YouTube channel to premiere a series of short videos documenting the way in which venues and...
26FEB

Tokyo World confirm plans to go ahead with 2021 festival

The renowned two-day event will be back at Eastville Park in September.   Organisers behind Tokyo World festival have confirmed they plan to return later this year, having been forced to postponed their 2020 event due to the coronavirus crisis.   Tokyo...