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Film Dodgy dojos and execrable elves

Bristol Bad Film Club reveals upcoming crap

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Comment TTIP is tipping the balance against people

Conference on trade deal that reaches deep into our lives

Roger James
Restaurants
Restaurants My Mate's Barbecue at the Three Tuns

Even running up Brandon Hill couldn't burn this lot off

Reviews
Comment I've got your back, and all other women's too

Feminism for some, not others, is not worthy of the name

Cheryl Morgan
News
News Singapore president tours Bristol's top spots

Leader visited Aardman studios, M Shed and university

News Wire
Music
Music Review: The Pop Group, Anson Rooms

Pop Group's music was still awesome, strange and familiar

Reviews
Film
Film Dave McKean brings new film to Bristol

Mirrormask director unveils his latest fantasy

News
Film
Film The Book of Life

Great animation, formulaic storytelling

Reviews
News
News Council defends block on ferry firm questions

Whistleblower wanted answers on favours and finances

Politics
News
News Bristol GCSE results on the rise

GCSE results in Bristol are above national average

Education

News and Comment

Comment
TTIP is tipping the balance against people

Conference on trade deal that reaches deep into our lives

Roger James
Comment
I've got your back, and all other women's too

Feminism for some, not others, is not worthy of the name

Cheryl Morgan
News
Singapore president tours Bristol's top spots

Leader visited Aardman studios, M Shed and university

News Wire
News
Huge expansion plans for Cribbs Causeway

Cribbs Causeway put on show plans for ambitious extension

News Wire
News
Lib Dems choose Campion-Smith for election

Councillor will fight Bristol North West next year

Politics
News
Council defends block on ferry firm questions

Whistleblower wanted answers on favours and finances

Politics
News
Bristol GCSE results on the rise

GCSE results in Bristol are above national average

Education
News
Inside the new Whiteladies Picture House

First artist's impressions released by Everyman

Arts
News
Pensioner dies in flat fire in Easton

Blaze on Greenbank Avenue East claims life of elderly man

News Wire
News
Bristol GPs paid £200 to diagnose dementia

Claim that proposal not about giving incentives to doctors

Health
News
St Mary le Port on buildings at risk register

Famous Bristol church on risk list for first time

Environment
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Culture

Music
Review: Schoolboy Death Trio, Left Bank

Aren?t there only supposed to be three in a trio?

Reviews
Music
Review: Damian Cook Quintet, Bepop Club

Almost counts as local now he lives in Bradford-on-Avon

Reviews
Film
Dodgy dojos and execrable elves

Bristol Bad Film Club reveals upcoming crap

News
Art
Featured Local Artist: Steve Broadway

Steve Broadway solo exhibit at The Grain Barge

Exhibitions
Art
Mysterious artwork appears in Temple Gardens

'Grave' covered in grass, leaves and flowers

News
Music
Review: Clean Bandit, O2 Academy

The members of Clean Bandit exuded confidence & charisma

Reviews
Music
Review: The Pop Group, Anson Rooms

Pop Group's music was still awesome, strange and familiar

Reviews
Books
Fundraiser launch for writing group

North Bristol Writing Group launch anthology fundraiser

Events
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Theatre
Riverdance

Hippodrome, from £37.00

The Irish show celebrates its 20th anniversary

Musical
Art
Reflections On The Aftermath.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, from £0.00

Award-winning Palestinian artist Emily Jacir?s film

Exhibitions
Music
The Besnard Lakes

Fleece, from £12.00

Supported by The High Dials and Hi Fiction Science

Indie/Alternative
Music
King Creosote

Thekla, from £15.00

King Creosote supported by Charlie Cunningham

Pop
Music
Free session with the Bristol Rock Choir

St Monica's Main Hall, from £0.00

Let your inner rock legend out

Rock
Art
Nic Pehkonen

Centrespace Gallery, from £0.00

Striking works influenced by architecture

Exhibitions
Art
RWA Open Exhibition

Royal West of England Academy of Arts (RWA), from £5.00

162'nd RWA Open Exhibition

Exhibitions
Music
The Angry Badgers

Mr Wolf's, from £0.00

Sometimes angry but not really badgers

Rock
Comedy
Black Hole Comedy

Little Black Box Theatre, from £5.00

Regular comedy night at Redland's cosy Little Black Box

Stand-up
Theatre
Closer Each Day

Wardrobe Theatre, from £3.00

Wardrobe's home-grown live fortnightly soap opera returns

Comedy
Music
Richard Hughes

Canteen, from £0.00

Theatrically minded multi-instrumentalist

Jazz
Music
Glass Animals

Thekla, from £10.00

Oddly sumptuous think-pop

Pop
Theatre
The Graduate

Redgrave Theatre, from £10.00

Bristol's ProAct stage the play of the hit 60s film

Am-dram
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Food and Drink

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The Blaise Inn

Pub and Restaurant in Bristol

Pubs and Bars
Directory
Blue Ginger

Bengal Indian Restaurant in Whitchurch

Restaurants
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The Blue Lagoon

Cafe, Bar and Entertainment Venue in Bristol

Restaurants
Directory
Bistro Biere

French Restaurant in Clifton

Restaurants
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Lifestyle

Travel
Cottage in the Golden Valley

An idyllic winter break near Hay-on-Wye

Weekend breaks
Health
Beat the cold weather blues

Keep your chin up when the weather gets brisk

Sport
Fashion
Work style

A chic and comfortable city look

Women
Learning
Young wildlife filmmakers celebrated

Young wildlife filmmakers are celebrated at glitzy awards ceremony

School
Family
10 places to visit with kids in Bristol

Free and fantastic places to visit with kids

Activities
Shops
Broadmead back from the ashes

Things are looking up with the area no longer a ghost town

Interviews
Health
NGS Macmillan Wellbeing Centre at Southmead

Coffee, cake, and a chat in a beautiful art filled setting

Wellbeing
Shops
Independent shopping: Ragtrade Boutique

Recycle your wardrobe! Sell, trade or buy with Ragtrade

Interviews
Cycling
Tartan on two wheels

Meet Bristol born Hannah Ricketts, who began cycling at 20

Style
Learning
Let's go outside

Forest school take a train ride to Severn Beach

School
Shops
Perfect bound

An interview with Bloom and Curll's, Jason Beech

Interviews
Homes and Gardens
My home, Lottie Storey

Lottie lives in a Victorian bay fronted house, Southville

House Tours
Love
Blind Date: Justine and Phil

Justine and Phil went for lunch at Poco Cafe Bar on Sunday

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