Things To Do / Bristol

10 things to do this week in Bristol, September 28-October 4 2020

By martin booth, Monday Sep 28, 2020

Wednesday
How can Bristol’s creative industry lead an inclusive future for the city?
The first of the new events series, Bristol24/7 Presents, which will see discussions on Bristol’s future, with practical tips and advice for the city to take action.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-can-bristols-creative-industry-lead-an-inclusive-future-for-the-city-tickets-117984174843

Wednesday
Mini Milk Poetry, Bristol Old Vic foyer
Milk Poetry present a small selection of poets who have performed with them over the years. Hosted by Malaika Kegodeand featuring Bohdan Piasecki, Meg Baxter and Stanley Iyanu.
www.bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/mini-milk-poetry

Wednesday
Bristol Bears vs Leicester Tigers, Ashton Gate
Bristol continue their push for the play-offs. This game should have seen spectators returning but no longer. It remains live on BT Sport.
www.bristolbearsrugby.com

Thursday
Cider vs Cheese, The Cider Box
Join Bristol24/7 in partnership with The Cider Box for a special evening celebrating fine cider and cheeses.
www.facebook.com/events/259961705204240

Thursday
Something For Now, Bristol Old Vic foyer
Impermanence are returning with the first dance performance at Bristol Old Vic since March, which will feature a dance-film adaptation of Wyndham Lewis’ play Enemy of the Stars alongside live work.
www.bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/impermanence-something-for-now

Friday-October 31
Celebrating the Purdown Tower, The Farm
The St Werburgh’s pub hosts a group art show focussing on the famous Lockleaze landmark.
www.spotthebadger.com/tower

Saturday
Comedy at the Gate, Ashton Gate
Rich Hall will perform inside Ashton Gate’s Dolman Hall, where he will be joined by Andrew Ryan and Rosie Jones.
www.ashtongatestadium.co.uk/whats-on/comedy-at-the-gate

Saturday
Comedy Box, The Hen & Chicken
Comedy returns to the Hen & Chicken after a long hiatus, with Ian Stone and Steve Bugeja, with compere Sally-Anne Hayward.
www.thecomedybox.co.uk/site/301.asp?catID=1970

Sunday
Skepsis, Lakota Gardens
Skepsis, who has been at the forefront of new-wave UK bass, performs two bass house and UKG sets.
www.lakota.co.uk/events/wide-eyes-skepsis-lakota-gardens-bristol

Main photo courtesy of Spot the Badger

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