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August 2017

  • Bristol Cathedral to screen The Terminator as part of new film programme18th August 2017

    This September, a new monthly series of film screenings will begin at Bristol Cathedral featuring film which have a theological aspect. The programme, titled electric shadows at the cathedral includes The Terminator and will be screened in the Cathedral’s medieval Chapter House and each film...

  • The Good Food Guide 2018 praises “Foodie Hotspot” Bristol 17th August 2017

    The Good Food Guide has announced its top restaurants and award winners today. Alongside the finest dining establishments in the country, the guide, owned by Waitrose, celebrates quality eateries and discoveries in local areas. For Bristol this includes the number ten restaurant in the UK, six...

  • ‘Play Me, I'm Yours’ piano lessons pop up at St George's … with Chopin for shoppers and Bach for dog walkers!17th August 2017

    PIANO teacher Amelie Taylor is giving some free pop-up lessons as part of the ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ street piano trail in front of St George’s Bristol.

    The concert hall, on Great George Street, is sponsoring one of 18 individually decorated pianos installed in public...

  • Making a grand entrance with National Lottery at St George's Bristol 17th August 2017

    NATIONAL Lottery funders inspected major works at St George’s Bristol this week (15 August) including the removal and repair of the concert hall’s historic pennant steps.

     

    Representatives from Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) met with members of the team from St George’s...

  • Raucous, Ice Road17th August 2017

    · Ice Road is the second production by acclaimed Bristol based collective Raucous whose first production, The Stick House, sold out in 2015. 

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    Exhibition telling the important story of Bristol’s World War 1 Conscientious Objectors comes to Bristol Cathedral 17th August 2017

    From Saturday September 9th, Bristol'sRemembering The Real World War 1 groupare presenting an exhibition 'Refusing To Kill –Bristol's World War 1 Conscientious Objectors'in Bristol Cathedral on College Green. The exhibition will run until early January

     

    Over 350...

  • The hunt is on for Bristol’s pots of treasure17th August 2017

    In celebration of the Bristol Pounds 5th Birthday, 13 pieces of treasure containing Bristol’s local currency will be hidden around the city in September 2017. The treasure hunt, running from 12 – 18 September, will invite all Bristolians to follow daily clues about Bristol’s...

  • Ring a Royal Phonebox by Timmy Mallett to be unveiled 11.00am Friday, August 18th 201717th August 2017

    Timmy Mallett painted a phone box 5 years ago in aid of ChildLine’s anniversary. It features members of the Royal family celebrating Britain in a phone box.

    Her Majesty the Queen is featured with one of her favourite corgi dogs.

    Prince Harry is striking the classic Usain...

  • Adventure awaits this weekend!17th August 2017

    This weekend (Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th August) Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park in Keynsham is calling adventure-seekers to engage in a whole host of activities testing your fears and strengths. Fancy trying Dragon-boating, Battle Archery, Korfball, Segway, Axe-throwing, and even...

  • The Big Bemmie Banquet16th August 2017

    On August 20th a special kind of event will take place on North Street, as Hebron Road to Cannon Street is closed for the Big Bemmie Banquet. All are invited to come and take part in this special community feast as local traders and pop up restaurants will serve up a delicious array of food and...

  • Ill Behaviour begins on BBC2 on Sunday 20 August16th August 2017

    Ill Behaviour, the new comedy thriller from the creator of Peep Show, begins on BBC Two on Sunday night after shooting at The Bottle Yard Studios and across Bristol last year.

    Written by BAFTA-award winning Sam Bain (Peep Show, Fresh Meat), the three-part series filmed between September and...

  • Beats, dance and outdoor learning at the zoo during colourful festival week15th August 2017

    7 days of festive fun at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm for ‘African Carnival Week’

    Holidaymakers and animal lovers are enjoying a special week of up-beat African themed fun and activity at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol, featuring live African dancers and daily educational...

  • Bringing Bristol's History to Life15th August 2017

    What do an infamous fictional pirate, a globe-trotting voyage of discovery, an internationally famous festival and a world-renowned graffiti artist have in common?

    The answer is Bristol, and its Tourist Information Centre has teamed up with independent publishers Bristol Books and Tangent...

  • Get creative this October with fantastic free family activities during Bristol Family Arts Festival 15th August 2017

    Bristol Family Arts Festival returns this October for a month long citywide celebration of creativity. Taking place at venues across the city, the programme is packed full with creative activities for all ages. Get inspired with music, theatre, storytelling, drawing, making and much more. With over...

  • Ibibio Sound Machine added to the Downs Festival line-up10th August 2017

    Ibibio Sound Machine has been announced as the latest band to be playing the main stage at The Downs Festival 2017 on Saturday 2nd September.

    Having returned to the UK charts with a new album Uyai, which means ‘Beauty,’ earlier this year the band is a Bristol favourite. Fans have...

  • Aerospace Bristol wants your memories of Concorde10th August 2017

    The first 250 people to share their story and give a donation to the museum will be invited to a Red Arrows flypast and get a sneak preview of Concorde

    www.aerospacebristol.org/concorde-stories

    Filton, 10th August 2017: Do you remember exactly where you were on 26th November 2003...

  • Noel Edmonds' Cheap Cheap Cheap begins Monday 14 August – made at The Bottle Yard Studios10th August 2017

    Noel Edmonds returns to day time TV on Monday with the launch of his brand new gameshow for Channel 4, Cheap Cheap Cheap, which was made at The Bottle Yard Studios in Bristol earlier this year.

     

    Presented and created by Noel, Cheap Cheap Cheap is set inside ‘Noel’s...

  • Kids for a £quid Offer Launches for the Summer10th August 2017

    Families can make the most of the holidays with a special discount at Bristol Aquarium, before it swims away

    Bristol Aquarium is aglow with colour this summer, inviting families to enjoy the underwater world. For a limited time only, families can enjoy a special discount: Kids for a...

  • The Ivy Clifton Brasserie celebrates Bristol Balloon Fiesta with spectacular balloon display10th August 2017

    The Ivy Clifton Brasserie will mark the annual Bristol Balloon Fiesta with an eye popping display of balloons installed outside the restaurant from this Thursday, 10 August until Monday, 14 August. The display will be made up of green, blue and orange balloons, chosen to reflect the colour scheme...

  • Bristol Cathedral invites the city to dinner in the Nave9th August 2017

    On Thursday 28 September 2017, Bristol Cathedral and the Cathedral Trust will host a very special evening of dining in the stunning setting of the Victorian Nave to celebrate the Cathedral’s outstanding music. This black-tie gala dinner will include a performance of choral music by members of...

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