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Wonder Women – The Lady Boys of Bangkok

8th June - 23rd June

Celebrating 20 diamante decorated years, The Lady Boys of Bangkok is set to take its cabaret show to a new level. The Wonder Women tour will re-imagine a few favourites from over the years with added new scenes of spectacle costumes, choreography and comedy. The show will include iconic appearances from characters such as Cher, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Diana Ross, Pink, Shirley Bassey, Mary Poppins and even Wonder Woman herself. From Comic Con to the catwalk this year's show has it…

The Riverstation Supper club returns… It’s Gin O’Clock

21st June at 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Take to the river once again this Summer, and enjoy the popular Supper Club at Riverstation on the harbourside. Enjoy a short cruise along the river with Bristol Ferry Company, dock on the Riverstation pontoon and then relax in the bar with one of their specially created summer-inspired cocktails. Working with  6 O'Clock Gin they will create your perfect arrival cocktail and a unique gin inspired drinks menu will be available for you throughout the evening. It's then upstairs to…

Bristol Gaming Market

24th June at 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Are you a retro video game collector, a board game fanatic or a fan of gaming from past to present? The first ever Bristol Gaming Market will take place at The Passenger Shed on Sunday 24 June, with hundreds of tables of video games, tabletop games and merchandise for sale. Items will range from classic video games, consoles and import games, to board games, game-inspired clothing, magazines, retro toys and custom made artwork. Early entry tickets (giving access from 11am)…

Lorenzo Live

25th June at 6:30 pm

For the first time ever Lorenzo “Jovanotti” Cherubini will take over one of the most Iconic venues in the world - The SSE Arena, Wembley in London. After releasing a new studio album Oh, Vita!, produced by Rick Rubin and released by Universal Music in December 2017, Jovanotti will hit the road soon and bring his Lorenzo Live 2018 tour all over Europe. London show promises to be the highlight event of 2018, with a major production and a spectacular…

The Elephant Man

26th June - 7th July

Joseph Merrick is The Elephant Man, the sordid spectacle of a travelling freak show. Led by the UK’s leading disabled actor Jamie Beddard (Messiah), and inspired by the extraordinary life of a man with a physical disfigurement, this multi-award-winning play from Bernard Pomerance explores changes in perception, resilience and the fragility of the human spirit. All performances are captioned, with signed, audio described and relaxed performances also available. Tickets: £31.50–£7.50. Ages 14+. Visit: bristololdvic.org.uk

The Clifton College Summer Serenade

27th June at 7:30 pm

An evening of exemplary music featuring talented young musicians from Clifton College accompanied by The Bristol Ensemble – it is guaranteed to be an auditory delight. This year’s concert is supporting local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), which provides care for children who have life-limiting conditions and are not expected to live into adulthood. Free admission. To book, contact Helen Vincent at Clifton College on: 01173 157 247 or email: hvincent@cliftoncollege.com

6 O’Clock Gin Club at The Milk Thistle

28th June at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Milk Thistle may be famed for having an impressive selection of gins from around the world, but on Thursday 28 June they’re bringing an altogether more local spirit to their famous Gin Club as they team up with 6 O’Clock Gin . On Thursday 28 June cocktail lovers will be able to enjoy a night of all things gin at The Milk Thistle, courtesy of 6 O’Clock Gin, distilled a stone’s throw away in Thornbury. Guests will be treated to three gin cocktails, light…

Gloucestershire Cricket warm up T20 match

29th June at 5:30 pm

Gloucestershire Cricket will be playing a warm up T20 match on the Clifton College Close against the best players from the Western Premier League prior to their 2018 T20 campaign commencing. The game is free for spectators and gates will be open at 4.30pm. The match will begin at 5.30pm. There will be a bar and catering available, and the cricket will finish at around 8.15pm with the bar closing at 9pm.

Smoked & Uncut 2018 at The Pig-Near Bath

30th June at 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This budding celebration of food and music set against a backdrop of the rolling Mendip Hills and quintessentially English views of this part of Somerset, Smoked & Uncut at THE PIG-near Bath is not your average festival. More glamour than grunge, you can expect a line-up of handpicked classic and contemporary artists, home-made street food, local ales and the odd cocktail. On Saturday 30 June from 12pm – 10pm, enjoy a day of eating, drinking and enjoying music. Paul Carrack…

Duke Ellington: Sacred Concert

30th June at 7:30 pm

Join Bristol Bach Choir on Saturday 30 June, 7.30pm for an evening of jazz at Redmaids' School. Duke Ellington composed some of America’s greatest jazz music. But Ellington himself considered his Sacred Concert to be “the most important thing I’ve ever done”. This pivotal work signified a new musical movement — one that combined jazz and spirituality, exhibiting Ellington’s showmanship and his deep religious faith. Commissioned by San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral in the 60’s, it symbolizes freedom and peace -…

Togetherness Festival Bristol

1st July

Togetherness Festival Bristol, 1st July 9am - 7pm Watershed Bristol, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5TX Price: Earlybird £29.50, Standard £35 On the Door £39 You are warmly invited to our first Togetherness in Bristol! We've put together a program with some of the most experienced and playful facilitators from across the country. TRUE CONNECTION, from the SOCIAL, to the SENSUAL, to the SOULFUL You can try sessions on everything from Mindfulness to Creativity before dancing your almonds off.…

Bristol Chamber Choir – In the Beginning

1st July at 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sunday 1st July 2018 3.00pm St Stephen’s Church St Stephen’s Avenue (off Corn Street) Bristol, BS1 1EQ Music by Aaron Copland and Cyril Rootham with Charlotte Newstead (soprano) and John Marsh (piano). Conducted by Gordon Pullin Programme: Aaron Copland: In the Beginning Three Old American Songs Two songs of Emily Dickinson Cyril Rootham: Four Madrigals/Part songs (written for Bristol Madrigal Society) Four settings of Mary Coleridge Tickets £10.00 (Students and Children Free) can be bought from From: Eventbrite Opus 13, 14 St…

Frome Festival

6th July - 15th July

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Frome Festival has announced a monster line-up. The festival will run from 6 July until 15 July and will feature top acts from every art form - including walks, talks, workshops and exhibitions. With over 200 events taking place throughout the festival many are free or with a minimal entry costs. A few well-known names scheduled to appear include singer-songwriter Badly Drawn Boy, Celtic folk rockers Blazin' Fiddlles, Aston Merrygold, punk poet Dr.…

Librarian Theatre presents Henry V

10th July - 20th July

“Cheerly to sea; the signs of war advance: No king of England, if not king of France...” Bristol-based company Librarian Theatre, who specialise in turning libraries into temporary theatres for their regional tours, launch their fourth project this July at the Bristol Shakespeare Festival, with a brand new 'rapid retelling' of Henry V, Shakespeare's epic take on the Battle of Agincourt. With just two actors and an original score performed by a live musician, watch as Librarian Theatre brings the…

Pop-up Opera

11th July at 7:30 pm

Join Pop-Up Opera at the Assembly Rooms in Bath this summer for a very special event. Sit back and enjoy two delicious one-act comedies in which a pair of actresses battle it out to be the prima donna, and a pair of lovers tease and test their feelings for each other. Showcasing Mozart’s gorgeous music and sense of playfulness, the first written in the last five years of his life and the second when he was just 12 years old. Two lively…

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