Whats On Bristol

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Seek South West is particularly earnest about being one of the highest ranking sites for tourism in Bristol. Consequently, we make sure to help you find what’s on in Bristol. With our team of devoted research workers who diligently study reviews and web content, we gather as much quality information as we can. It takes a lot of work, but once we have all this information, we take our time to cull out all the good options we need to create a powerful list. We don’t stop there, we hit the road and do the legwork. We saunter into any event that seems a good fit for our site, and we scrupulously scrutinize their services down to the very last detail.

Bristol

What’s On?

A map of BristolFrom exhibitions to family events, from cocktail dinners to performances and film screenings, from talks to musicals, there’s always something exciting going on in Bristol.

If you have some downtime on Wednesday 27 September 2017, make sure not to miss the most popular art exhibition ever: Grayson Perry. This is a major exhibition hosted by one of the world’s most captivating artists and respected commentator on contemporary society. Entry for the event is free and stretches to Sunday 24 December 201711:00 to 18:00 daily at Arnolfini.

Also holding at Arnofilni on Saturday 07 October 2017, 18:00 to 20:00, is a Back Scratcher/Night Scratch event. It is hosted by Howl Yuan and features performance that is a work-in-progress. Entry is free also.

Several glasses of wine

If you’re a night owl, you’ll love the Beacons, Icons and Dykons present Angora Nights. It’s a ‘Museums at Night’ special, and features a special screening of Ed Wood, a creative production by Tim Burton; plus performances, talk events and an after party. Book early. It’s £5/£3 and holds from 19:00 to 01:00 from Friday 27 October 2017 to Saturday 28 October 2017.

It’s special get-together for wine lovers and connoisseurs at the Bristol Cocktail Week holding from Tuesday September 26 to Saturday September 30. It’s the 7th edition of the annual drinks festival and will feature a celebration of the finest drinks and wines.

There will be endless tequila, tea parties, fabulous cocktail quizzes, absinthe-soaked artists, and plenty of saucy gypsies to spice the fizzy show.

The line-up of activities at the Cocktail Week are Art & Absinthe, Ardbeg: Unleash the Beast, and Bristol Cocktail Pub Quiz on Tuesday September 26; Good Things to Drink, Outside, and Beer & Whisky Showdown at Small Bar on Wednesday September 27; The Secret Hendrinks Gin Experience, and Perfecting the Martini on Thursday September 28; Only One Quality, The Finest, and Gypsies, Gin, Rogues and Thieves on Friday September 29; and Magarita vs Magherita as well as Cocktail & Cheese Pairing on Saturday September 30.

Halloween arrives early in Bristol with the tenth edition of the infamous annual Bristol Zombie Walk on October 28. Come watch the spooky road show and cower in fear as fun-loving residents play grisly brides, zombie pirates and dead politicians resurrecting and fill the city centre in a festival of the dead.

There’s some football excitement at Ashton Gate Stadium for football fanatics as the city’s darling soccer team, Bristol City FC takes in Bolton Wanderers in Championship match on Tuesday September 26. Kickoff is at 7.45pm.

A football fan at a stadium

Don’t miss out on all the endless fun and activities. Make sure to keep up on other upcoming events, any adjustments in dates, offers and promos by checking up on the relevant websites.

At Seek South West, we don’t tolerate sloppiness, so we maintain high standards to help us decide which activities are the very best. We try our best to select distinct alternatives to create a diverse range of activities. We try to be as fair as possible, so you can be certain you’ll find balanced information on our site.