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9JUN

6 Brilliant Tribute Acts Playing at The Fleece in 2021

The Clone Roses, Whole Lotta Led and Antarctic Monkeys: next year, it’s tribute bands galore at The Fleece.    With the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, it can be a bit tough to get excited about gigs that are happening in...
9JUN

Rough Trade Bristol to reopen next week

The city centre record store will be reopening on Tuesday 16 June at 11:00.    Earlier today (Tuesday 9 June), Rough Trade announced that its Bristol store, along with Rough Trade East, West, and Rough Trade Nottingham are set to reopen...
8JUN

Local school creates uplifting vocal montage in lockdown

Bristol Cathedral Primary School has been getting creative in lockdown.   The teachers of Bristol Cathedral Primary School have put together a montage music video to reflect life in lockdown.   They’ve come together (digitally)...
8JUN

Placards from Bristol Black Lives Matter march to be displayed in M Shed

Signs placed around the former site of the toppled Edward Colston statue will be preserved and put on display in Bristol.   Bristol City Council have confirmed that placards and signs from yesterday's (Sunday 7 June) historic...
8JUN

In Pictures: Bristol’s Historic Black Lives Matter March

On Sunday 7 June, thousands took part in Bristol’s Black Lives Matter march, after the death of George Floyd sparked demonstrations across the world.   The march started on College Green with a series of speeches, before demonstrators...
8JUN

Dates confirmed for Bristol City's remaining Championship fixtures

The Robins will be looking to secure a play-off spot in their remaining nine matches.   The EFL released a full list of rescheduled Championship fixtures today (Monday 8 June), with the league set to get back underway this month after it was...
5JUN

St Paul’s Carnival announce digital festival programme

The just-announced online programme, titled ‘Spirit Up! United at Home’, will aim to uplift Bristol in difficult times.    Earlier this year, St Paul’s Carnival 2020 was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus...
5JUN

Last chance to enrol young people in online music lessons with Bristol Plays Music

Today (Friday 5 June) is the last chance to enrol in Bristol Plays Music’s Virtual Academy for young person music lessons.    In April, Colston Hall and Bristol Plays Music teamed up to establish an innovative music education...
5JUN

Our favourite Bristol delivery services, from cocktails to coffee beans

Independent businesses of all shapes and sizes across Bristol have launched home delivery services as a result of the coronavirus crisis.   Life has been turned upside down in a number of ways over the past few months. The coronavirus lockdown,...
5JUN

Support Bristol music today: Bandcamp waive seller fees

The online music retailer has waived its administration today, Friday 5 June.    Want to support Bristol musicians during these uncertain times?   You might want to purchase that new album, track or record on Bandcamp...
4JUN

Raising a glass to the environment: an interview with Anton of Xisto Wines

Eco-friendly wine imported from Portugal: 365Bristol meets with Anton Mann, co-founder of Xisto Wines and Port O’ Bristol.   Port O’ Bristol is a pioneering trade hub, working to import wine from Portugal using traditional...
4JUN

Seamus O'Donnell's launch crowdfunder to secure pub's future

The pub's owners have been unable to secure any rent relief during the COVID-19 crisis.   The owners of the popular Seamus O'Donnell's pub in Bristol's Old City have launched an appeal for donations as they try to secure their...
4JUN

Lakota to celebrate 28th birthday with 28-hour charity live stream

The club have put together an all-star Bristol lineup for their marathon birthday celebrations.   Lakota will be celebrating their 28th birthday in trademark style this weekend, inviting an extensive lineup of Bristol-based DJs and live acts...
4JUN

Bristol Hippodrome suspends all performances until early August

The extended suspension will impact a range of performances, including Jimmy Carr live and Dreamboys.    Back in April, the Bristol Hippodrome announced that all its performances would be suspended until 31 May at the earliest, due to...
3JUN

The University of Bristol Virtual Open Day – what you need to know

The University of Bristol’s virtual undergraduate open day is taking place on Friday 26 June.    Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, undergraduate open days up and down the country have been postponed.   Instead,...
3JUN

Three local, independent businesses with a cocktail delivery service

How to get your hands on a great cocktail while cocktail bars are closed.    You don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone: oh, to be sipping a classic cocktail in a Bristol bar or restaurant.   For...
3JUN

Wing's Diner to reopen for takeaway

Get your buttermilk fried chicken fix from tomorrow, Thursday 4 June.    Rejoice! Wing's Diner, the fried chicken pop-up restaurant inside Small Bar, is reopening.   Following a brief hiatus due to increased lockdown measures,...
3JUN

Westonbirt Arboretum reopens to the public

The popular beauty spot is back open to visitors following a temporary closure due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.   Following a new update on government COVID-19 advice, Westonbirt Arboretum has confirmed it'll reopen...