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20APR

Clifton Cathedral and St George's among host venues for Bristol Folk Festival 2022

The three-day festival, which brings a diverse range of folk acts to some of the city’s most iconic venues, is back after a triumphant 2019 edition.   Next week, well-loved folk artists from all over the UK and beyond will descend onto...
20APR

Interview: Improv's Greatest Hits | LOUD Bristol Issue Four

This article was first published in the fourth issue of LOUD Bristol, 365Bristol's dedicated music magazine. Read LOUD Bristol Issue Four and browse our first three editions here. Improv's Greatest Hits   Harrys Furniss...
19APR

Interview: Bingo Fury | LOUD Bristol Issue Four

This article was first published in the fourth issue of LOUD Bristol, 365Bristol's dedicated music magazine. Read LOUD Bristol Issue Four and browse our first three editions here.   Interview: Bingo Fury   Bingo Fury’s...
19APR

Bristol BID campaign urges caution around the Harbourside this summer

Eye-catching posters and signs have been installed across the popular city centre area.   Bristol City Centre BID are revisiting their water safety campaign, organised to highlight the different risks that the Harbourside waters can pose,...
19APR

Bristol's Llandoger Trow to host debut craft beer festival on King Street

One of the city's oldest pub venues will be serving up more than fifty beers on tap between April and May.   Historic King Street pub The Llandoger Trow is hosting its first-ever craft beer festival at the end of the month, inviting...
15APR

EP/64 project to bow out with bumper Grand Final event

The improvised music project will invite all previous collaborators for its 64th, and final, instalment.   The time has finally come: after garnering a serious reputation with a mammoth 63-show run spanning a broad spectrum of artists...
15APR

Maya Youssef to perform live at St George's Bristol this month

Hailed as ‘queen of the qanun’ (a 78-stringed Middle Eastern plucked zither), the speaker and composer will be performing new material from her most recent album, Finding Home.   Born in Syria but now based in the...
15APR

The rapid rise of Invicta Audio | LOUD Bristol Issue Four

This article was first published in the fourth issue of LOUD Bristol, 365Bristol's dedicated music magazine. Read LOUD Bristol Issue Four and browse our first three editions here. Invicta Audio   Bristol’s Invicta Audio...
14APR

Shall Not Fade: From Bristol to the world and back again | LOUD Bristol Issue Four

This article was first published in the fourth issue of LOUD Bristol, 365Bristol's dedicated music magazine. Read LOUD Bristol Issue Four and browse our first three editions here. Shall Not Fade   From Bristol to the world and...
14APR

Bristol Pride Parade to return this summer after two-year hiatus

The much-loved Pride Parade will once again become a focal point of Bristol's annual Pride celebrations.   Bristol Pride organisers have confirmed the long-awaited return of the Pride Parade, set to be included in this year's programme...
14APR

Groove Armada & Bristol label Hospitality confirmed for new summer series, Siren

A special performance from the iconic dance music duo will be followed by an all-star drum & bass takeover in July.   An ambitious two-day lineup has been confirmed for the first-ever edition of Siren, a new events series arriving at Bristol's...
13APR

Tickets are running low for Bristol New Music 2022

The festival will be taking place across a selection of established and lesser-known Bristol venues.   Only a handful of tickets remain for the imminent return of Bristol New Music, with the festival set to showcase another diverse lineup...
13APR

Derren Brown is bringing his latest live show to Bristol in May

The multi-award-winning illusionist will be performing four shows at The Bristol Hippodrome next month.   Derren Brown is just weeks away from the Bristol leg of his critically-acclaimed Showman tour, set to arrive in the city for...
13APR

Interview: stanlæy | LOUD Bristol Issue Four

This article was first published in the fourth issue of LOUD Bristol, 365Bristol's dedicated music magazine. Read LOUD Bristol Issue Four and browse our first three editions here. Interview: stanlæy   Multi-faceted...
12APR

Motion reveal HUGE Spring 2022 club programme

Bristol's biggest club is continuing a rich vein of form with another series of top-notch bookings.   Motion have unveiled a full lineup for their Spring 2022 season, bringing an array of heavy-hitting DJs, labels and promoters to BS2...
12APR

Augmented reality brings vibrant Bedminster murals to life

A Bristol-based team has added a new, interactive dimension to the Six Sisters murals, originally completed by a team of female artists in 2021.   Upfest have joined forces with local virtual reality company Zubr to bring Bedminster's...
12APR

New Zealand international cricketer Glenn Phillips returns to Gloucestershire for T20 Vitality Blast

Gloucestershire are "thrilled" to welcome Phillips back to Bristol for the second consecutive summer following the 25-year-old’s impressive spell with the club last season.   Big-hitter and New Zealand international cricketer...
11APR

Loyle Carner announced as third and final NASS 2022 headliner

The rapper joins Headie One and AJ Tracey at the top of an ambitious programme of music, skating, street art and more.   Acclaimed London-based rapper Loyle Carner has been announced as the final headliner for the returning NASS Festival,...