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.
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.
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.
Cider vs Cheese, The Cider Box
Join Bristol24/7 in partnership with The Cider Box for a special evening celebrating fine cider and cheeses.
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.
Celebrating the Purdown Tower, The Farm
The St Werburgh’s pub hosts a group art show focussing on the famous Lockleaze landmark.
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.
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.
Skepsis, Lakota Gardens
Skepsis, who has been at the forefront of new-wave UK bass, performs two bass house and UKG sets.
Main photo courtesy of Spot the Badger
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