THE HANDMAIDEN: A preview of the newest film by director Chan wook-Park, of Oldboy fame, screened as part of Watershed’s South Korean film weekend. 8.30pm, Watershed, rated 18
NICK OLIVERI: The multi-instrumentalist from California headlines this weekend spectacular, supported by Groundhogs and hark. 7pm, Exchange, £10
SUM 41: The legendary pop-punk rockers have been around since 1996 and are still going strong, playing new, heavier music tonight. 6.30pm, O2 Academy, SOLD OUT
CHUCKLE BUSTERS: Headliner Brian Gittins presents his work-in-progress show, Don’t Feed the Monkey Man, with support from local comedy talent. 9.30pm, Wardrobe Theatre, tickets from £5
BORDERLANDS – RISE EXHIBITION: This exhibition of work by refugees and asylum seekers living in Bristol opens today, curated by charity Borderlands. 6pm, Hamilton House, free.
CERTAIN WOMEN: A feminist drama with an excellent cast of talented actresses, this film explores the lives of three women in Montana. 3pm & 8.15pm, Watershed, rated 12A
HUSH: The biggest LGBTQ night outside of London hijacks the Queenshilling for one night only, showcasing the best female DJs in Bristol. 9pm, Queenshilling, £5