Features: 10 things to do in Bristol this week, June 19-25 2017
Monday: Tom Clarke, Fleece
The Enemy lead singer will be celebrating ten years of pivotal album We’ll Live & Die in These Towns.
Monday-Saturday: Bristol: A City for All Ages Week, various venues
Activities, talks and events shining a light on inter-generational work happening across the city.
Tuesday: The Avalanches, Motion
The pioneering Australian duo bring their unique brand of sampledelica.
Tuesday: My World Has Exploded a Little Bit, Wardrobe Theatre
A deeply personal story of loss and love, through a darkly comic 17-step guide to bereavement.
Wednesday: Edinburgh Previews: Nish Kumar, Wardrobe Theatre
Pin-sharp observational-cum-political comic unveils the set he’ll be taking North this year.
Wednesday: Bunch of Kunst + director Q&A, Everyman
A documentary about sweary British punk band Sleaford Mods.
Thursday-Sunday: Bristol Sounds, Lloyds Amphitheatre
The Manic Street Preachers, Craig David, Bonobo and Hacienda Classical come to town.
Friday-July 1: 13, Tobacco Factory Theatres
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduates stage Mike Bartlett’s powerful, profound and epic play.
Saturday-June 27: Carnival, Paintworks Event Space
Showcasing the creative talents of people with mental health needs, dementia and learning disabilities.
Sunday: A Summer Feast, Cargo 2
Enjoy a five-course small plates menu while hearing about the journeys of seven Bristol foodie startups.