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30OCT

Bonfire Night 2019 in Bristol: Firework Displays and Bonfires Happening Across The City

The smell of the bonfire, the crackle of a firework, the taste of a toffee apple - we can’t wait for Bonfire Night 2019.    Lucky for us Bristol lot, there’s a variety of firework displays and bonfires taking place across...
30OCT

Bristol International Jazz & Blues Festival to unveil 2020 programme next week

The team behind Bristol's favourite jazz & blues festival have confirmed their return in 2020, and they'll be unveiling next year's programme with a launch event at Bambalan.    After some uncertainty and a crowdfunding...
30OCT

Bristol cancer charity to bring local choirs together for special Christmas performance

Local cancer charity Penny Brohn UK will be bringing choirs from across the city and North Somerset together for a one-off fundraiser this Christmas.   Set to take place on Friday 6 December at Clifton College Chapel, the festive fundraiser...
29OCT

Enjoy 2-for-1 on cocktails this Halloween at Aqua

The family-owned Aqua Restaurants are offering up some spooky twists on classic cocktails this Halloween, celebrating the occasion with a fantastic 2-for-1 offer running at each of their four locations.   Running throughout Halloween night...
29OCT

Mix up your midweek: 4 essential workshops at The Cloak & Dagger

The Cloak & Dagger is the latest addition to Cheltenham Road, and they're giving you the chance to shake up your midweek with a brand new range of in-house workshops.    Located at 182-184 Cheltenham Road (a few doors up from...
28OCT

Coffee in Bristol: 16 Cafés & Coffee Shops You Need To Visit

If you’re yearning for a good flat white (if you know, you know), then you’re in luck: Bristol is brimming with quality coffee shops.    Forget Starbucks, and leave those often-disappointing pumpkin-spiced lattes behind. Here’s...
25OCT

'I don't think Clifton knows there's a theatre here'

Things have changed since the 1970s. Take the Redgrave Theatre in Clifton, for instance.   Once a place of school plays and the odd am-dram production alone, it's now a popular venue choice with well-known comics, producers and...
25OCT

Love International Festival unveil huge 2020 lineup

Team Love will be returning to the Croatian coastline next July for the fifth edition of Love International Festival. The Bristol-based team behind Love International Festival have unveiled a huge lineup for their milestone fifth party, inviting...
25OCT

Celebrate Day of the Dead at The Lanes: Motor City party

The Lanes' much-loved Motor City is getting a monstrous makeover on the first day of November to celebrate Day of the Dead 2020. Motor City's celebration of all things Motown, funk & soul, disco and rock & roll is back on Friday...
21OCT

The Lion King Bristol tickets and availability in October and November 2019

The Lion King The Musical is now into it's last 4 weeks at The Bristol Hippodrome and has been receiving rave reviews since its launch on 7th September 2019. Performances continue until 23rd November 2019 and it can be tiresome to go through...
18OCT

Lewis Capaldi’s 2019 support act Grace Carter announces headline Bristol show

America’s next sweetheart, 7 weeks at Number 1 in the U.K album charts – there’s nothing stopping Lewis Capaldi.    Unsurprisingly, tickets for the Scottish singer-songwriter’s U.K. dates are long gone.    Due...
18OCT

Brunch in Bristol: 8 Places You Need To Try

Autumn is here; the evenings are getting darker, it’s a little bit chillier. So, it’s time to make the most of those bright, crisp mornings. Brunch, anyone?   Bristol is full of foodie fiends who will fight for the best seats in...
17OCT

My Baby to play one of three U.K. tour dates at Bristol’s SWX

It's difficult to define with certainty the genre of My Baby's sound.    From blues-inspired vocals to ancient folk; from roots-driven dance sound to 70's funk, MY BABY effortlessly fuse different genres in their ever-growing...
17OCT

Bristol psych-pop outfit Cousin Kula announce November tour

The renowned Bristol-based 6-piece will be touring the UK next month in support of their latest EP, Stroodles, which is available now.  Having initially come together as active members of Bristol's burgeoning jazz scene, Cousin Kula...
17OCT

Hundreds of people take part in charity walk to support people living with cancer

Last weekend, over 400 people took part in a charity walk in aid of leading cancer charity, Penny Brohn.    The ‘Stomp’ walk saw 420 adults, children and dogs brave a rainy, six-mile route on Saturday 12 October, to raise...
16OCT

JAWS to kick off November UK & Ireland tour in Bristol

Indie-rock four-piece JAWS have announced plans for a month-long UK and Ireland tour in November, kicking things off at The Fleece on Friday 15 November. Hailing from Birmingham and formed in 2012, JAWS have enjoyed a rapid ascendency to...
16OCT

You can watch horror films in Redcliffe Caves this Halloween

Courtesy of Bristol Film Festival, horror-film enthusiasts have the chance to watch some terrifying flicks in Redcliffe Caves this Halloween.    One of the city’s spookiest locations, Redcliffe Caves are a series of manmade underground...
16OCT

Kisstory FM announce huge names in pop, hip-hop and RnB for 2020 arena tour

This is big: Kisstory FM have announced details of its U.K. 2020 tour – and they’re bringing hip-hop and RnB’s biggest names to Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena.    Kisstory FM is the home of the old skool.   Playing...