Things To Do / Bristol

10 things to do this week in Bristol, September 14-20 2020

By martin booth, Sunday Sep 13, 2020

Wriggle Burger Week
Wriggle Burger Week returns with exclusive deals, flash sales, competitions and what they promise will be Bristol’s most Instagrammable burger.

Laughing Gas Comedy, Lakota Gardens
This evening’s live stand-up comedy in association with The Comedy Box features headline Jimmy McGhie.

Street art competition, John Street
The contractors developing the old NatWest Court site in the Old City have teamed up with Inkie, Molotow and the Bank Tavern to host a graffiti competition in aid of the Creative Youth Network.

Bergamotte Pop-Up Jungle, Paintworks Events Space
An urban greenhouse will have a selection of more than 3,000 plants for sale, as well as a selection of pots and hand-made baskets.

Shakespeare in the Garden, The Cambridge Arms
Shakespeare hath returned – with added hand sanitiser for this outdoor performance of The Tempest in the garden of the Redland pub.

Tokyo Terrace, Wapping Wharf
Neighbouring restaurants Woky Ko and Seven Lucky Gods join forces for a one-off collaborative Asian feast to mark the launch of their new shared covered roof terrace.

La Haine, Watershed
Simmering hostility and prejudices boil over in Mathieu Kassovitz’s provocative and compelling portrait of a Parisian housing project.

Pandemic poetry, Bristol Old Vic
A night of poetry, storytelling and music with Edson Burton and friends.

Lost & Grounded taproom reopens
The St Anne’s brewery will now be opening their taproom every Friday during autumn, with Little Taquero providing the food today.

Saturday & Sunday
Sherlock in Homes
A spot of murder-mystery sleuthing from the comfort of your home with Sharp Teeth Theatre.

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