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Fresh: Art Fair

26th April - 28th April

Described as “the best contemporary art fair outside London,” Fresh: Art Fair is an easy and exciting way to see 51 leading UK galleries in one place. There will be 5,000 original prints and paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics from emerging new talent to Royal Academicians, with prices from £100 to £20,000 or more. Blake, Hockney, Hirst, Emin, Sutherland and McLean will all be there. There will also be a print-making demonstration by Jim Starr; display and talks on framing…

Viewpoint: Gordano Textile Artists exhibition

27th April at 10:00 am - 18th May at 5:00 pm

In their sparkling new exhibition Gordano Textile Artists (from Bristol and the surrounding area) interpret Viewpoint through contemporary textile art. Each artist has their own distinct style and use techniques such as hand and machine embroidery, print, mixed media, dry needle felt, quilt art and weaving, resulting in a diverse and stimulating exhibition. Highlights include: conversations and portraits observed in a coffee shop and recorded with machine embroidery on tea cups made of cloth; a study of holes and circles…

South West Ship Show

27th April at 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

Exhibitors and traders from across the UK will be showcasing maritime related items at the South West Ship Show in Bristol, including model boats, books, collectables and more. Admission: Adults £3, concessions £2. Tel: 01275 846178.

Bristol City Singers Community Choir

2nd May at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:00pm on Thursday, repeating until 11th July, 2019

The Bristol City Singers is a new community choir that welcomes singers of all abilities. Open to absolutely anyone, regardless of ability or experience, the Bristol City Singers allows you to enjoy singing in a light-hearted, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Rehearsals are weekly on Thursday evenings (starting 2 May), from 7 - 8.30pm at St. Stephen’s Church, just off Colston Street. There is no sign up fee, no subscription fee and no subs to pay up-front for a whole term…

Bristol Early Music Festival

3rd May - 5th May

Bristol’s first festival featuring wonderful music from the Middle Ages to the 17th century, performed by local and international musicians. The programme features evening concerts, weekend morning and afternoon workshops for singers and players with experienced professional tutors, and an exhibition of instruments with talks and demonstrations. Events £5 – £12, or £25 for an advance festival pass to all the events. Visit: bristolearlymusicfestival.uk

Henleaze Concert Society: Classical Gypsies

11th May at 7:30 pm

Music inspired by passionate and romantic Hungarian folk melodies features in this programme alongside Beethoven’s dark and brooding Piano Concerto No.3, in a reduced orchestration arrangement. The Bristol Ensemble welcomes back the pianist Viv McLean for a fifth year as soloist, completing the set of Beethoven piano concertos. He will also perform Liszt’s dramatic Hungarian Rhapsody in an arrangement for piano quintet. Tickets £16.50 for adults, £5 under 25s from Opus 13 music shop. Call: 0117 923 0164 Visit: henleazeconcertsociety.org.uk

Evening retirement planning seminar

13th May at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Confused about your retirement options? Many individuals are unsure about what options are available to them when they retire and even when they will have enough money in their pension to retire comfortably. A qualified financial adviser from Four Wealth Management is hosting a seminar to offer clarity on your pension options at the Glassboat, Bristol. The seminar is aimed at those over 50 who are starting to think about how to make the most of their retirement savings. Tickets…

Bristol Phoenix Choir: JS Bach Mass in B minor

18th May at 7:45 pm

Bristol Phoenix Choir, under conductor Paul Walton, with the Fitzhardinge Consort and the Corelli Orchestra, will perform JS Bach’s B Minor Mass at Clifton Cathedral with soloists Daisy Walford (soprano), Rob Waters (counter-tenor), Chris Lombard (tenor), and Dan Robson (bass). Tickets £15, students £5, under-16s FREE, from Opus 13, St Michael’s Hill, Bristol. Tel: 0117 9230164, or email: tickets@bristolphoenixchoir.org.uk. Ticket office tel: 07931 812625. A limited number of tickets will be available on the door. Visit: bristolphoenixchoir.org.uk

BS9 Arts Trail

8th June at 11:00 am - 9th June at 5:00 pm

One postcode, so much to see! 80 local artists will be exhibiting their work at the sixth annual BS9 Arts Trail. Works include painting, print, textiles, jewellery, ceramics, photography, mosaics and much more. Visitors are welcome at 14 locations, all within easy walking distance in Stoke Bishop and Henleaze and all with free entry. The artists will be available to talk about their work and their creative methods in an open and easy environment. All work is available to buy…

Social Media Week Bristol

10th June - 14th June

Social Media Week returns to Bristol from 10 – 14 June. The news platform and worldwide conference curates and shares the best ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture around the world. Designed to upskill, inform, explore ideas and opportunities and further the conversation on key issues in social media, marketing and technology, Social Media Week Bristol is the only UK city outside London to host and joins 25 cities worldwide…

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