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News Foosball Academy opens on Trenchard Street

Information and training centre for table football

New Openings
News
News Campaign to save starving penguin chicks

Video: Bristol Zoo leads project to save endangered birds

Environment
News
News Speeding cyclists stopped by police

Speed checks on the Bristol to Bath cycle path

News Wire
News Bronze Age dagger dug up by metal detectorist

3000 year old find discovered in a field near Bristol

News Wire
Film
Film Premiere of festive film with Bristol connections

Local author introduces Home for Christmas screening

News
Cafes
Cafes Sundaes Gelato

A new emporium of sickly sweet treats on Baldwin Street

Reviews
Music
Music Review: Martha Wainwright at St George's

Singer reduced to tears of appreciation for Bristol crowd

Reviews
Comment
Comment Meagre tax cuts could cost us all dear

I'd rather live in society where we look after each other

Paul Smith
News
News Space for 30,000 homes in Bristol, study says

CPRE report says brownfield sites hold huge capacity

Environment
News
News Former chief constable offers arresting story

Colin Port writes crime novel two years from leaving force

Society
Comedy
Comedy Review: Jon Richardson, Colston Hall

Master of obsessive comedy is loved up but still grouching

Reviews
News
News Teaching jobs cut at City of Bristol College

College blames 'financial pressures' for job losses

Education

News and Comment

News
Rape victim demands end to blame culture

Bristol campaign launched to challenge stigma and shame

Society
News
Bronze Age dagger dug up by metal detectorist

3000 year old find discovered in a field near Bristol

News Wire
News
Speeding cyclists stopped by police

Speed checks on the Bristol to Bath cycle path

News Wire
News
Campaign to save starving penguin chicks

Video: Bristol Zoo leads project to save endangered birds

Environment
Comment
Meagre tax cuts could cost us all dear

I'd rather live in society where we look after each other

Paul Smith
News
Space for 30,000 homes in Bristol, study says

CPRE report says brownfield sites hold huge capacity

Environment
News
Former chief constable offers arresting story

Colin Port writes crime novel two years from leaving force

Society
News
Death of man on Downs 'not suspicious'

Police say man died of natural causes

News Wire
News
Fishponds bomb hoaxer jailed

Stewart Jackson jailed for 20 months after false bomb hoax

Crime
News
Teaching jobs cut at City of Bristol College

College blames 'financial pressures' for job losses

Education
Comment
Time to see what Bristol City are made of

Two defeats in a week give startling reminder of mortality

Steve Coombes
Comment
Back to Bristol, where my family belongs

After 15 years away, Bristol seems even more Bristol

James Caig
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Culture

Film
Box Office Chart: Nov 21-23, 2014

Hunger Games storms the chart

News
Film
Premiere of festive film with Bristol connections

Local author introduces Home for Christmas screening

News
Film
Patchway paratrooper's story told on screen

Local soldier attends Bristol premiere of 'Kajaki'

News
Music
Review: Martha Wainwright at St George's

Singer reduced to tears of appreciation for Bristol crowd

Reviews
Comedy
Review: Andrew Bird, Comedy Box

Slick performer, supported by an insightful Anglophile

Reviews
Comedy
Review: Jon Richardson, Colston Hall

Master of obsessive comedy is loved up but still grouching

Reviews
Film
The extraordinary story of Baby Peggy

Slapstick patron is the subject of a new documentary

Interviews
Music
New sound at The Louisiana

Much-loved Bristol venue invests more in local music

Interviews
Music
Thekla runner-up in Best Small Venue award

Interview with Thekla Promotions Manager Pat Somers

Music
Chiverin's Aled Chivers interview

Up and coming Bristol promoter celebrates the local scene

Interviews
Theatre
Divine inspiration for composer Neil Hannon

Swallows and Amazons composer in exclusive live set

Musical
Music
Review: Tanya Lacey, Colston Hall

The Bristolian Star performed an amazingly energetic set

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Theatre
Closer Each Day

Wardrobe Theatre, from £3.00

Wardrobe's home-grown live fortnightly soap opera returns

Comedy
Film
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

The return of Spielberg's sugary space alien flick.

Science Fiction
Film
Bristol Bad Film Club: Uninvited

Killer mutant kitty cat runs amock on a yacht

Horror
Theatre
Arabian Nights

Brewery Theatre, from £7.00

Story Pocket recreate the Nights for ages five and above

Children's
Film
Mr. Turner

Timothy Spall stars in Mike Leigh's biopic of JMW Turner.

Drama
Film
FilmFour Frightfest All-Nighter

Ten hours of gore and giblets.

Horror
Film
Siliva the Zulu

Rare screening of pioneering silent film with live music

Drama
Theatre
Shakespeare Schools Festival

Tobacco Factory Theatre, from £7.00

UK's largest youth drama festival returns

Shakespeare and the Classics
Comedy
Dane Baptiste: Stand Up Bristol

Anson Rooms, from £2.00

Observational comedy

Stand-up
Film
Hear Me Move

Return of this vibrant sbujwa dance movie

Drama
Music
Gabby Young And Other Animals

Thekla, from £10.00

Silky fusion of globally-influenced folk

Folk/country
Theatre
Swallows and Amazons

Bristol Old Vic, from £8.00

BOV reprises 2010 Xmas hit show, with music by Neil Hannon

Family
Film
Paddington

Ursine marmalade junkie hits the big screen.

Family
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News
Foosball Academy opens on Trenchard Street

Information and training centre for table football

New Openings
Cafes
Sundaes Gelato

A new emporium of sickly sweet treats on Baldwin Street

Reviews
Cafes
Mr Tea's Teas Cafe

Ethically sourced teas in a hidden lane near St Nick's

Reviews
Cafes
Grounded

SPONSORED: Quality food in a family friendly environment

Cafes
News
Two Day Coffee Roasters opens on Union Street

Second opening for St Michael's Hill business

New Openings
News
Starbucks set to open on Wine Street

Application by infamous franchise owner Stuart Montgomery

New Openings
Pubs and Bars
Strawberry Thief

Brand new Belgian beer bar on Broad Street

Reviews
Restaurants
Five Guys

The American burger chain arrives into Cabot Circus

Reviews
Directory
StreetfoodatfloatingMarket

Asian Fusion and Thai Restaurant

Directory
Twoday Coffee Roasters

Coffee House in Central Bristol

Cafes
Directory
Tyrells Restaurant at The Thistle Hotel

Restaurant located in Hotel in Central Bristol

Restaurants
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Lifestyle

Shops
Shops: Top 5 new openings of 2014

Our favourite new independent shops in Bristol

New and exciting
Fashion
Coexist Fashion Show

Bristol based designers to show their creations

Catwalk
Homes and Gardens
One man's trash

Furniture treasure ready to be found and up-cycled

Inspiration
Shops
Cass Art

Art shop: Let's Fill This Town With Artists

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Homes and Gardens
Gardening in the city

Plants don't have to be gorge sized - the 'Red Cascade'

Gardening
Family
Advent Calendars

For the Christmas countdown

Festivities
Health
Exercise for the mind

Reduced anxiety, better memory and sweet dreams

Mind
Fashion
The best men's coats AW14

A round up of the best men's coats this winter

Men
Health
Core strength

Find your core and embark on the plank

Sport
Love
Love line

How do I find love... in Bristol?

Dating
Travel
Puzzlewood, Forest of Dean

Less than an hour away lies 14 acres of ancient woodland

Day Trips
Shops
Christmas shopping at St Nicks

St Nicholas Market - the traditional Market Hub of Bristol

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