Things To Do / Bristol

10 things to do this week in Bristol, October 26-November 1 2020

By bristol247, Monday Oct 26, 2020

Monday
Poisonous Birds, The Lanes
The Bristol band, in their own words, play music that “treads a thin wobbly line between electronic music and rock music”.
www.thelanesbristol.com/live#events/e63038

Tuesday
Psyched, Lakota Gardens
A four-hour UK garage special.
www.lakota.co.uk/events/psyched-ukg-special-4-hour-extended-session

Wednesday
The Piano, Strange Brew
The first collaborative art making session in Strange Brew, with Manu Maunganidze, Sarah James, Yas Clarke and Joe Evans.
www.strangebrewbristol.com

Thursday
Boys State + Q&A, Watershed
An award-winning documentary that follows hundreds of teenage Texan boys spend one week building their own state government from the ground up.
www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/10585/boys-state-live-satellite-qa

Thursday-Saturday
The Spooky Stage, Bristol Old Vic
Bringing the last 254 years vividly to life as professional actors take you and your family on a Halloween adventure.
www.bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/the-spooky-stage

Friday
Orphic, St George’s
A new acoustic jazz quartet will be exploring some of their favourite compositions and debuting new original tracks from their forthcoming EP.
www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk/event/orphic

Saturday
Feast on Halloween, St Paul’s Church
Circomedia and Kate’s Kitchen present a night of devilish culinary delights and ghoulish ghost stories by candlelight.
www.circomedia.com/halloween

Saturday
Echo in the Bones online
Following on from the success of the Windrush Suite, Echo In The Bones forms the second instalment in a trio of compositions written and arranged by Renell Shaw.
www.bristolbeacon.org/shows/echo-in-the-bones

Sunday
All Black Lives Matter march
The latest march once again starts in College Green and heads through the city centre towards Castle Park.
www.instagram.com/allblacklivesbris

Sunday-November 9
Zeg’s Affordable Art pop-up gallery, Ashton Court Mansion
Dozens of handpicked antiques and original artworks will be showcased alongside some of Bristol’s most well-known street artists.
www.eventbrite.com/e/zegs-affordable-art-pop-up-gallery-1st-9th-nov-free-entry-tickets-125119548939

Main photo of Renell Shaw: ACM

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