Features: Things to do in Bristol today – Friday, May 19, 2017
GAS GIRLS: Telling the story of the women in the centre of Britain’s chemical warfare industry, Gas Girls returns on a tour across the south-west. 7pm, Trinity Centre, £4.
JAMES REKA: Australian artist based in Berlin continues his solo show of surrealist and abstract artwork. THAT Art Gallery, free.
CARLEEN ANDERSON: American music royalty honours her family’s history in Texas and Mississippi with ‘Cage Street Memorial’. 8pm, St George’s, tickets from £5.
STARTUP STORIES #3: Bristol Bearpit will host Konichiwa and Indies in Bristol’s third meet up to discuss stories of startups at an interesting time of their journey. 5.30pm, The Bearpit Bristol CIC, £8.50.
SUBSONIC WEEKENDER: The Aquatic Wonderland comes to Bristol for the city’s only three day festival with camping. May, 19 – May, 21, near Bristol, tickets from £62.75.
IMELDA MAY: The blues artist has announced her first UK tour in over three years in support of her new album Life, Love, Flesh, Blood. 7pm, Colston Hall, tickets from £26.88.
PRESENCE: Artists Theresa Fard, Peter Lyons, Vicky Takooree and James Vassalo examine the enigmatic concept of presence. 6-9pm, Centrespace Gallery, free.