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7JUL

Trinity Centre offer £3k commission for new work from D/deaf or disabled artists

The Trinity team are working with Cambridge Junction to commission a new piece of work for an online audience.   The Trinity Centre have issued an open call for D/deaf or disabled artists to create a brand-new online performance or exhibition...
6JUL

Bristol artists and venues get behind national #LetTheMusicPlay campaign

The Bristol music scene is speaking up as the Music Venue Trust campaigns to secure the future of hundreds of grassroots venues.   Some of Bristol's top artists and best-loved venues have put their weight behind the #LetTheMusicPlay...
6JUL

The Redgrave Theatre extend closure until September

The theatre team will be contacting ticket holders for 2020 shows in the coming days.   The Redgrave Theatre have confirmed that they will remain closed until Monday 28 September at the earliest, as the coronavirus crisis wears on...
6JUL

July Update: Follow new releases from Bristol artists with our dedicated Spotify playlist

Discover new music from IDLES, Harvey Causon, Fenne Lily and more on Bristol Radio.   Despite lockdown rules easing, pubs reopening and a general consensus that things are pretty much back to normal sweeping the nation, it's...
3JUL

8 Huge Musicals coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2021

2021 is shaping up to be a brilliant year at the Bristol Hippodrome.   Mamma Mia!, Hairspray and School of Rock are among the world-renowned productions that will make their way to Bristol next year.   And what better place to...
3JUL

Bristol School of Art launches digital art show

View the work of rising creatives at home with the Bristol School of Art 2020 Digital Art Show.    Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Bristol School of Art postponed its annual art show.   A chance to celebrate...
3JUL

First wave of acts revealed for this weekend's digital St Pauls Carnival

Organisers have confirmed the first wave of acts set to perform as part of the first-ever digital Carnival.   Following two busy weeks of fringe events, the St Pauls Carnival team are gearing up for the main event of their first-ever...
3JUL

Get the kids active with Sports Week on BBC Bitesize, launching Monday 6 July

The kids won’t miss out on Sports Day 2020 thanks to BBC Bitesize.    On Monday 6 July, BBC Bitesize is launching a ‘Sports Week’, a jam-packed week of interactive sporting activities which can be enjoyed at home.   The...
2JUL

Bristol Half Marathon cancelled, 2021 date announced

The annual sporting event has been cancelled due to outbreak of COVID-19.   The cancellation of this year's Great Bristol Half Marathon has been announced, as organisers say safety is their top priority.   The 13-mile run was...
2JUL

Final tickets remaining for the drive-in cinema at Bath Racecourse

Trip to Bath, anyone? There's a few tickets left for this month's Drive & Dine Theatre at Bath Racecourse.    Enjoy the magic of the cinema with a healthy dose of social distancing: a drive-in cinema, the Drive &...
2JUL

Music Venue Trust urge industry to show love for venues with new campaign

The organisation are stepping up efforts to safeguard grassroots music venues across the UK.   The Music Venue Trust, in partnership with the Concert Promoters Association and a coalition of live music businesses, has launched...
2JUL

Update on Bristol International Balloon Fiesta: flypast and virtual nightglow planned

Balloons will fly over Bristol this summer, but we’ll have to stay at home to watch them.   Due to government guidelines around social distancing, organisers of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta have said the 2020 event...
1JUL

Help St Pauls Carnival reach its fundraising target

The Carnival is raising money to support its year-round education and community programmes, and its 2021 celebration.    Earlier this year, St Pauls Carnival 2020 was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. But...
1JUL

Six the Musical announced for Live from the Drive-In at Filton Airfield

Missing theatre? Catch West End hit Six the Musical at Live Nation’s drive-in event series this summer.    A drive-in concert series will be staged at the former Airfield in Filton this summer, as part of a huge UK tour.   Live...
1JUL

Bristol pubs are reopening this weekend - here's what to expect

Your local might finally be opening its doors this weekend, but expect to see some changes.   Finally. It's the moment we've all been waiting for since lockdown kicked in: pubs across the UK are being permitted to reopen this...
1JUL

The Burger Joint reopens

Bristol's original gourmet burger restaurant reopens to the public.    Craving a custom burger? You're in luck: The Burger Joint has reopened its Whiteladies branch for takeaway orders.   From 17:00 today (Wednesday...
30JUN

A new photo festival is coming to Bristol

The first Bristol Photo Festival will be led by Bristol documentary photographer Martin Parr.    The city’s art venues, big and small, will come together to present a new biennial photo festival next year.    Bristol...
30JUN

A list of cinemas in Bristol and when they are reopening

Find out when your local cinema is reopening with this handy guide.   Following the government’s recent announcement, businesses including hairdressers, pubs, restaurants and cinemas can start to reopen from Saturday 4 July.   It’s...