Things To Do / Bristol

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

By bristol247, Monday Oct 26, 2020

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”.

Psyched, Lakota Gardens
A four-hour UK garage special.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

All Black Lives Matter march
The latest march once again starts in College Green and heads through the city centre towards Castle Park.

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.

Main photo of Renell Shaw: ACM

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