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22JAN

Meet the Bristol Brewers: Lost and Grounded

Get to know the popular BS4 brewery and explore their full collection.   Bristol is home to a growing crop of dedicated, creative and fiercely independent breweries in 2021, each offering their own selections of tried-and-tested...
21JAN

Taste of Napoli are back open for takeaway and delivery

Treat yourself to an authentic Taste of Napoli, courtesy of one of our favourite city centre cafes.   Taste of Napoli have reopened for the new year, relaunching their takeaway and delivery services as they remain unable to operate as normal...
21JAN

Mid-Season Review: Can Bristol City finally secure a playoff place in 2020/21?

There have been positive signs in 2020/21 so far, but Bristol City fans have been here before.   Some say there are three certainties in life: death, taxes and Bristol City falling agonisingly short of the Championship playoff places despite...
21JAN

Glastonbury 2021 postponed due to coronavirus, organisers confirm

The festival has been called off for a second consecutive year amid the ongoing pandemic.   Glastonbury Festival organisers have confirmed today (Thursday 21 January) that this year's event will not be going ahead, postponed once again...
20JAN

Vintage clothing specialists Sobey's are still operating online during lockdown

Get great deals on vintage designer gear, reworked clothing, custom jewellery and much more.   We may well be stuck indoors once again, but that doesn't mean we can't treat ourselves to a bit of retail therapy. Despite their...
20JAN

The Louisiana have added fresh paninis to their lockdown delivery menu

See also: discount on freshly-made sourdough pizza.   The Louisiana have relaunched their lockdown delivery offering for the new year, adding a range of fresh paninis to a mouth-watering selection of pizzas, desserts and drinks while the venue...
19JAN

Churches across Bristol set up as temporary tech donation points

Donate any used or unwanted tech to help children in need during lockdown.   Churches and places of worship across Bristol have been set up as temporary donation points for second-hand tech, in an effort to ensure as many children as possible...
19JAN

Creative Youth Network issue callout for emerging Bristol-based artists

Apply for the chance to collaborate on an exciting new project exploring performance as social action.   Local charity Creative Youth Network are on the lookout for three young emerging artists for their latest commission, an opportunity...
19JAN

There's a new Bristol-based beer box subscription service launching soon

Sample some of the city's top craft beers with West Country Beer Boxes.   It's no secret that Bristol loves its beer. The city is home to a wide range of top-notch breweries, pubs and, of course, the hugely popular annual Craft Beer...
18JAN

New Cary Grant biography to launch with virtual Q&A

Get to know one of Bristol's biggest stars.   Bristol Festival of Ideas and the team behind the Cary Grant Comes Home Festival will be hosting an online talk and Q&A to celebrate the launch of Cary Grant: The Making of a...
18JAN

Unlock your creativity with RWA virtual oil painting workshops

Explore a range of painting techniques and learn how to capture snowy scenes.   The Royal West of England Academy team have unveiled details for their latest virtual art workshops, inviting Bristolians to try their hand at painting snowy landscapes...
18JAN

Meet the Bristol Brewers: Wiper and True

Get to know the popular BS2 brewery and explore their full collection.   Bristol is home to a growing crop of dedicated, creative and fiercely independent breweries in 2021, each offering their own combinations of innovative creations and...
15JAN

Westonbirt Arboretum to remain open throughout lockdown

Give yourself a much-needed break from life inside the house.   The team behind popular beauty spot Westonbirt Arboretum have confirmed the park will be open to visitors throughout lockdown, with members of the public invited to go along, enjoy...
15JAN

FUZE Bristol: Nurturing creativity during the COVID crisis

We caught up with the celebrated student-run collective to find out how they're adapting to the pandemic.   While virtually every industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis, few have been taken apart as drastically as the creative...
15JAN

Bristol City Robins Foundation launch tech donations appeal for vulnerable students

Locals are being asked to donate any used technology to assist learning during lockdown.   The Bristol City Robins Foundation have begun distributing second-hand technology to vulnerable young people after launching an appeal for donations.   The...
14JAN

Catch an Elvis-fronted Nirvana tribute at Bristol's O2 Academy in 2021

Yep, you read that right. It smells like cheeseburgers and teen spirit, daddy-o!   Come along for an evening of rock & roll meets grunge as Elvis fronts Nirvana and gives the band the front man it’s been missing since ’94.   Elvana...
14JAN

Kids' hair specialists EK Hair launch salon voucher scheme

Support a much-loved independent as they remain closed during lockdown.   Renowned kids' hair specialists EK Hair have unveiled a new voucher scheme, encouraging customers to purchase a prepaid gift card to be redeemed once the salon is...
13JAN

Montpelier restaurant Bianchis to operate as a pop-up shop during lockdown

Pick up freshly-made bread, pasta, sauces and more in support of a much-loved Bristol independent.   The team behind popular Bristol restaurant Bianchis have announced plans to temporarily open as a shop during lockdown, selling a wide range...