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10 things to do in Bristol this weekend – Feb 3-5, 2017

By Bristol24/7  Thursday Feb 2, 2017

Friday: Om Unit, Blue Mountain
Now a Bristol resident, the producer Om Unit headlines a night of hip-hop and dub.

Friday: Sympathy for the Devil + Q&A, Cube 
Conspiracy film unveiling ‘one of the most Satanic cults in America’ followed by a discussion with director Neil Edwards and former Church member John Harvey.

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Friday: Liam Bailey, Thekla
Liam Bailey sings vintage styled soul and r&b. Catching the attention of Amy Winehouse, Liam singed to her Lioness Records company, and released his first EP in 2010.

Friday & Saturday: The Old Man and the Sea, Alma Tavern Theatre
Imúlé Theatre presents a storytelling adaptation of Hemingway’s great tale.

Friday & Saturday: Susan Calman, Tobacco Factory Theatre
Stand-up from the comedian known for appearances on The News Quiz and I Guess That’s Why They Call It The News

Saturday: Anti-Trump march 
Stand Up to Racism and Bristol Stop The War Coalition hope that today’s protest is the biggest one in Bristol so far. 

Saturday: Yasiin Bay, 02 Academy 
Following his US tour, one of the greatest MC’s of all time, Mos Def comes to Bristol to perform some of the most classic tracks in hip hop. 

Saturday & Sunday: Window Wanderland, Bishopston 
Neighbourhood windows transform into impressive art and light displays, grab a map and explore this giant outdoor exhibition.

Sunday: Wing’s diner pop-up, Bagel Boy
£20 for three courses of innovative dishes like deep fried chicken with an Asian spicy slaw twist 

Sunday: The Big Red Band & Silk Stockings, Cube
Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse reunited for this 1957 musical remake of Ninotchka with a Cole Porter score. 


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