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Craft4Crafters Craft, Quilt & Textile Show

18th October at 10:00 am - 20th October at 5:00 pm

This October the quilt and textile extravaganza is taking place at the Bath and West Showground and will be set over two halls as well as a balcony area. From 18 – 20 October, over 100 of the finest craft suppliers will be partaking in over 70 workshops, demonstrations and make and takes each day. The many guilds and artists in attendance including the West Country Embroiders, the Guild of Machine Knitters, Avon Guild of Spinners, Weavers and Dyers, Lace…

Pop up Opera: La Tragedie De Carmen

18th October at 7:30 pm

Pop up Opera will be performing a reworking of Bizet’s masterpiece by Peter Brook – La Tragedie De Carmen – including favourites such as Habanera, Escamillo’s Toreador Song and Don José’s Flower Song Together with powerful new passages. Tickets £22, £19 concessions, doors open at 7pm. Hospitality packages available: bathvenues.co.uk/popupopera For tickets, visit: tickets.bathheritage.co.uk

People’s Tech

20th October at 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

A new family-friendly technology event is taking place on Saturday 20 October at the Engine Shed. Featuring an exciting range of exhibitors, this innovative events gives attendees the chance to take part in an interactive video games, experience Virtual and Augment Reality, attend a series of tech talks and learn more about how data can improve our quality of life. Alongside the range of exhibitors is a dedicated area for children. Here, children of all ages can enjoy hands-on tech…

The Bowie Collective

20th October at 7:30 pm

Get ready to be wowed as The Bowie Collective premieres its new, visually dazzling stage show featuring 22 Bowie classics. An unmissable multimedia rock ’n roll event spanning four decades in the most authentic Bowie show on the planet. The Bowie Collective are musicians, actors, artists, techies, hackers and ardent Bowie fans. The beating heart of this multimedia show is a rock ’n roll band performing arguably the most sonically accurate versions of David Bowie’s greatest records you will ever…

Autumn Serenade: City of Bristol Choir and Bristol Youth Choir

21st October at 6:00 pm

City of Bristol Choir and the 120 young voices of Bristol Youth Choir join forces to perform uplifting music for choir, percussion and piano including works by Britten, McDowall, Dove, and Copland. Tickets: £15 (students/under 18s, £5) online at cityofbristolchoir.org.uk and from Opus 13 music shop, tel: 0117 923 0164. Main image: Adele Williams

Thirsty

24th October at 7:30 pm

Based on our nation’s love affair with alcohol, Thirsty weaves together real confessions and relays tales from the happy hours to the early hours. Independent theatre group The Paper Birds examines the binge drinking culture in the UK and asks why as a nation are we so thirsty? Described by The Independent as ‘An engaging, frequently very funny and poignant show' and as ‘An Energetic Rollercoaster’ by The Telegraph, this is one not to miss. Tickets: £8, age recommendation 14+.…

Abigail McDougall Preview

2nd November at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

November kicks off at Coldharbour Framery and Gallery with with an eagerly awaited solo show of Abigail McDougall’s new originals Reflections of Bristol on 2 November, and ends with the annual Christmas Open Evening on 30 November, offering the chance to meet many of the artists whose work is on show. At this time of year the gallery is full of woodland scenes and fiery autumn colours, and not only is it packed full of paintings and prints by mainly…

Frankenstein: Red Rope Theatre Company

2nd November at 7:00 pm - 11th November at 10:30 pm

Hear a tale that's been told for over 200 years. A story of creation, rejection, love and disaster. Adapted by award-winning writer Matt Grinter from the chilling gothic novel by Mary Shelley, and presented by Red Rope Theatre. In an attempt to defy death, Frankenstein creates a creature, a monster that is both childlike in its innocence but repulsive in its form. The horror stricken Frankenstein drives out the bewildered monster into an unforgiving world where it is met with…

The Night of a Thousand Trees gala dinner

3rd November at 7:00 pm

TREE AID are hosting The Night of a Thousand Trees gala dinner on Saturday 3 November in Bristol to help them in their quest to plant an average of 1 tree every 30 seconds. TREE AID is a Bristol-based charity which helps people in the drylands of Africa to lift themselves out of poverty and protect their environment. Over the last 31 years TREE AID have grown 17 million trees and worked with over 1 million people to help lift…

An evening with Jamie Hull

8th November at 7:00 pm

Redmaids’ High School’s Remembrance Day commemoration this year will be marked by the extraordinary personal story of former UK Special Forces Reserve Jamie Hull. His never-give-up, anything-is-possible philosophy on life is born out of a life-changing plane crash while on a solo training flight from which he sustained third degree burns to more than half his body. After a lengthy recovery, he threw himself into major challenges and rebuilding his life and is now a qualified mountaineer and scuba diving…

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