Features: 10 things to do in Bristol this week – March 20-26 2017
Monday: Postmodern Jukebox, Colston Hall
It started as the bedroom project of jazz pianist Scott Bradley. Now their music videos go viral.
Tuesday-Saturday: Letters to Windsor House, Wardrobe Theatre
Sh!t Theatre’s typically idiosyncratic look at the housing crisis in London and beyond.
Tuesday-Saturday: Funny Girl, Hippodrome
Sheridan Smith stars in the 1963 musical about the Broadway actress Fanny Brice.
Wednesday: Doc Brown, Fleece
Stand-up Doc Brown has moved a long way from underground battle rapper to actor and TV host.
Wednesday & Thursday: Richard Gadd, Cube
2016 Lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Richard Gadd’s acclaimed new show.
Thursday: Booty, Baddies and Beasties; Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Immersive theatre, dressing up, drinks and storytelling – themed around the epic tale of Beowulf.
Friday: A Taste of Syria, Aid Box Community hub
Food prepared by newly arrived Syrian refugees in Bristol to raise money for Aid Box.
Friday: Local News Matters, Watershed
How should local news continue in this age of fake news, falling revenues and the digital revolution?www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/7974/local-news-matters
Sunday: Mother’s Day afternoon tea, Bishopston Supper Club
Treat your mum to sweet and savoury treats, with a glass of bubbly on arrival.
Sunday: The New Man + director Q&A
Josh Appignanesi charts his feelings as he prepares to become a father for the first time.