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11 things to do in Bristol this weekend: September 8-10 2017

By bristol247, Thursday Sep 7, 2017

Friday: Dila V & The Oddbeats, No. 1 Harbourside
A Bosporus-straddling blend of Turkish folk, Balkan dance beats and hints of Greek Rebetiko.

Friday-Sunday: Affordable Art Fair, Passenger Shed
Hugely popular annual art fair returns. Explore works by hundreds of artists from Bristol and beyond, priced from £100 to £6,000.

Friday-Sunday: Phantomoton, It’s All 2 Much
Four intriguing artists explore traditional mediums in response to the transition of our natural origins into a post-industrial modern age.

Friday-Sunday: Bristol Doors Open Day, various venues
A once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city’s hidden treasures.

Friday-Sunday: Bristol in the Sky, Waterfront Square
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, gelato, pie, dinner or cocktails while dangling 100ft in the air.

Saturday: Martin Pilgrim & Becky Brunning, Bristol Improv Theatre
Two of Bristol’s finest stand-ups return from Edinburgh Fringe for one last show.

Saturday: Goram Fair, Blaise Castle Estate
A community event and funfair celebrating the homecoming of Bristol’s giant, Goram.

Saturday: Whisky Underground, Loco Klub
Featuring whiskies to sample, masterclasses, collaborations, music, cigars and street food.

Saturday & Sunday: Mark Watson, Wardrobe Theatre
The Bristol-raised comic, who promises “a mixture of the classic and the never-before-seen”.

Sunday: Open day, Clifton Hill House Garden
The historic Georgian heritage estate is being opened for the public for the first time.

Sunday: The Army of Shadows, Watershed
Jean-Pierre Melville‘s third film about the French Resistance is a tense and complex drama.

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