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Bristol City Singers Community Choir

20th June at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm 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…

Elphick and Elphick: UNLIMITED exhibition

22nd June - 13th July

Deirdre Elphick – painter  Martin Elphick – sculptor Painting and sculpture coincide in a joint show celebrating artistic freedom, comprising common themes and interests: in people, movement, landscape and the natural world. Both artists explore colour and form unfettered by particular materials or artistic movements, and use both older and contemporary ways of working. Martin Elphick is celebrated for his work remembering the First World War in Bath Abbey. For the Guild Gallery exhibition he is showing new figurative and…

Jazz meets Bristol Symphony

22nd June at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Gareth Lockrane Quartet Gareth Lockrane | Flutes Kate Williams | Piano Will Harris | Double Bass Dave Smith | Drums Dakhla Brass Sophie Stockham | Alto Sax Charlotte Ostafew | Baritone Sax Pete Judge | Trumpet Liam Treasure | Trombone Riaan Vosloo | Double Bass Matt Brown | Drums Bristol Symphony Orchestra 70-piece orchestra William Goodchild | Conductor Pamela Bell | Leader For the third in its Jazz Meets Bristol Symphony concerts, conductor William Goodchild and the orchestra are…

5×15 Bristol

25th June at 7:30 pm

Five speakers, 15 minutes each, no scripts! Psychotherapist Philippa Perry on our relationships with our children, Amy Sinclair from Extinction Rebellion on her role in the London demos, Prof Alan Winfield on intelligent robots and their future, One25 and their incredible work in Bristol with sex workers, and historian Hallie Rubenhold on the truth about Jack the Ripper’s victims. £14, tickets via Eventbrite. Main image: Left, psychotherapist Philippa Perry

Simply Social

11th July at 8:30 pm

Simply Social is an active social group that provides an excellent way to meet others in a friendly welcoming atmosphere in a variety of settings. This is a monthly gathering for existing members and potential new members of Simply Social - all are welcome. It’s an opportunity to have a drink, understand how Simply Social works, learn about the various activities we offer and how to get involved. Visit: simplysocial.org.uk

Iford Arts: L’elisir d’amore – Donizetti

31st August at 7:30 pm
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One event on 3rd September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

One event on 6th September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

One event on 7th September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Watch Donizetti’s comic masterpiece, the operatic favourite L’elisir d’amore, against the beautiful backdrop of Belcombe Court in Bradford on Avon. It is impossible not to empathise with the bashful village boy Nemorino (whose aria ‘a furtive tear’ must be one of the most popular tenor arias of all time). He is besotted with the wealthy Adina but she rejects him. His desperation deepens when Adina apparently falls for a handsome man in a uniform. In abject misery he turns to…

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