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2SEP

Shotgun Barbers offer ongoing 15% discount for NHS staff

Get great prices on any service, any time.   Renowned Bristol barbers Shotgun have unveiled an ongoing discount for NHS staff, with 15% off their full range of services available for anyone with a valid NHS ID.   Businesses...
1SEP

A drive-in cinema is coming to Bristol this month

Expect 80s classics, 2019 blockbusters and family favourites.    A drive-in cinema is coming to the former Airfield in Filton this month, as part of a huge UK tour.   Adventure Drive-In from events company Adventure Cinema...
1SEP

Bristol Pride 2020 begins

A series of online fringe events will culminate with a virtual Pride Day on Saturday 12 September.    Due to the impact of COVID-19, Bristol Pride is moving online for 2020. The celebration begins today (Tuesday 1 September).   Until...
1SEP

9 things to do this week in Bristol

Get ready for a coffee festival, Bristol Pride and a citywide exhibition featuring St Pauls Adventure Playground.    Happy September! Whilst it's been an odd summer, it's certainly not over yet.   This week,...
27AUG

September 2020 in Bristol: 10 Things To Do

Have socially distant fun in Bristol this September.    It’s been an odd summer to say the least, but it’s not over yet.   In September, top Bristol museums will reopen, a citywide photographic exhibition will...
27AUG

The George Müller Museum to reopen

Discover the story of George Müller and 10,000 orphans.   Another Bristol museum is ready to welcome back visitors: The George Müller Museum is reopening on Wednesday 2 September.   The free, interactive museum in BS7...
27AUG

Enjoy socially distant, outdoor concerts in the St George's Gardens

Classical, folk and jazz music will be performed in St George's Gardens next month.    In recent weeks, St George's has hosted socially distant performances in its gardens.   It started with a pay-what-you-can...
26AUG

More live theatre to come at Bristol Old Vic in September

Get ready for an 'unhinged' version of Romeo and Juliet, plus new works-in-progress by South West artists.    Bristol Old Vic has started to host live theatre again, thanks to a further easing in lockdown measures.   In...
26AUG

Citywide photographic exhibition featuring St Pauls Adventure Playground to launch

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Playground and Bristol based artist Esther May Campbell.    For the past year, children who play at local community hub St Pauls Adventure Playground have been taking...
26AUG

This Whiteladies bar now has 20 local beers and ciders available on tap

Discover local breweries like Lost & Grounded, Moor Beer, Wiper & True and Arbor Ales at Flipside.    A popular Whiteladies bar is now home to 20 draught beers and ciders from the local area, with many more available...
25AUG

Spike Island to reopen with major exhibition

The new exhibition showcases the work of Grenadian-British artist Denzil Forrester.    Spike Island is to reopen in October 2020 with a major solo exhibition by Grenada-born, British artist Denzil Forrester.   Itchin &...
25AUG

Popular Bristol restaurants to extend Eat Out to Help Out discount at own cost

The Hyde and Co-owned venues are encouraging people to ‘Keep Coming Out to Help Out’ throughout September.    The end of August is nearing, meaning the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme is also drawing to...
25AUG

Lakota Gardens announces Oktoberfest event

Get ready for an authentic Bavarian dreamland in the heart of Stokes Croft.    On Saturday 4 July, Lakota opened a new outdoor event space, Lakota Gardens.   Over the summer, the venue has welcomed seated raves,...
25AUG

Bristol Zombie Walk 2020 cancelled due to COVID-19

The zombies say they hope to return in 2021.    For the past twelve years, horror enthusiasts have gathered to moan, groan and shuffle their way around the city centre in an annual Zombie Walk.   The October gathering usually...
24AUG

Easton pub The Plough reopens with temporary measures

The Plough beer garden is now home to eight 'booths of fun'.    One of Bristol’s favourite pubs reopens today with new seating booths in its beer garden.   The Plough is known for its live music events...
24AUG

Wapping Wharf’s CARGO welcomes three new indie businesses

Get ready for yoga, pies, and Persian and Middle Eastern inspired grub at Wapping Wharf.    At Wapping Wharf, you’ll find CARGO: a collection of independent eateries, shops and lifestyle businesses inside converted shipping...
24AUG

IDLES to host series of live streamed gigs this weekend

Get ready for IDLES' Lock-In Sessions at Abbey Road Studios this weekend.    IDLES’ highly-anticipated third album, Ultra Mono, is due out next month.   The follow up to 2018’s critically acclaimed Joy as an...
21AUG

10 Big 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 host...