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March 25 2019

Redland Green Community Fete

There will be no May Fair this year; however the Redland Green Community Group have teamed up with the tennis and bowls clubs, the allotments, scouts and girl guides, the WI and parents and staff from local schools and preschools to bring you the Redland Green Community Fete... Read More


March 25 2019

Instructor 'so proud ' of Aikido pupils

Over 50 children successfully completed gradings in Bristol North Aikido Dojo on Muller Road at an event held at the beginning of March. .. Read More


March 25 2019

Kee-eeep dancing! It's for good causes

Couples have been stepping out for Bristol Come Dancing, a Strictly-style competition in aid of two Bristol-based humanitarian charities... Read More


March 25 2019

Botanic Gardens sculpture festival is inspired by faraway shores

Greek gods, tagelmust attired Tuareg musicians from the Sahara, a bronze fox skulking across the grass, swirling multimedia figures, stunning stained glass creations and bronze and marble sculptures are all waiting to welcome the visitor to this year’s Sculpture Festival at Bristol’s Botanic Garden... Read More


March 25 2019

A new chapter for the Bristol Bear

Ursa, the Bristol Bear, which stands at the St James Barton roundabout, was created by local artist Jamie Gillman. Bishopston Voice talks to Jamie to find out more about the iconic artwork and other projects he’s working on.. Read More


March 25 2019

Bristol Early Music Festival

There’s an exciting new addition to the lively Bristol music festival scene taking place soon – the very first Bristol Early Music Festival. .. Read More


March 25 2019

Kelvin Players celebrate 90 years

It has been 90 years since the Kelvin Players Theatre Company staged their inaugural show, The Private Secretary by Charles Hawtrey; to celebrate this significant anniversary, the group are delving into their extensive back catalogue, and are pleased to present a play they first produced twenty years ago: Jim Cartwright’s Road. .. Read More


March 25 2019

Cultural events at community hub Alchemy 198

ALCHEMY 198 only opened a few months ago but has quickly become known as a place for an interesting variety of events and as a community hub. Serving delicious cocktails, local beers, gins and teas its a great place for a catch up or celebrations. .. Read More


March 25 2019

April fools!

Holly Stoppit's company of fools, Beyond The Ridiculous, return to The Wardrobe Theatre for a three night celebration of the human condition. .. Read More


March 25 2019

Making its mark - history of British tattooing celebrated at exhibition

A ground-breaking and comprehensive history of British tattooing has opened at M Shed. .. Read More