Features: 10 things to do in Bristol this week, July 17-23 2017
Tuesday: England vs South Africa, Brightside Ground
The home team have made it to the semi-final of the Women’s World Cup following six straight wins.
Tuesday: Mark Kermode, Watershed
The film critic gives the second Philip French Annual Memorial Lecture.
Wednesday: Let Me Tell You a Story, Jack, The Crofters Rights
Open mic on the theme of obsessions and expertise.
Wednesday-Saturday: Lego Beach, 1532 Performing Arts Centre
INKBLOC ensemble (Made in Bristol’s seventh generation of theatre makers) present their debut show.
Thursday: A Taste of Summer, Kensington Arms
The first of the Redland pub’s seasonal tasting evenings will feature a six-course tasting menu.
Thursday: National Theatre Live: Angels in America Part 1 – Millennium Approaches, various cinemas
First bit of this new staging of Tony Kushner’s epic, multi-award winning, two-part eight hour play.
Thursday-July 28: Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears, Tobacco Factory Theatre
Return of the original alternative comedy, created and devised by The Wardrobe Theatre.
Friday: Saul Williams, The Fleece
The poet and performer comes to Bristol to promote his groundbreaking new LP.
Friday-Sunday: Bristol Harbour Festival
This year’s festival begins with a gig by The Outlook Orchestra in the Lloyds Amphitheatre.
Saturday: Shall Not Fade – Day & Night Party, Motion
Aussie house ace Mall Grab heads a rammed lineup at Motion’s new Yard.
Main photo: Cirque Bijou on the Harbour Festival’s Circus Stage at Castle Park