Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Taking place at the nearby M-Shed museum this exhibition of 100 of the best wildlife images taken this year is not to be missed.
Image ©: Laura Albiac Vilas
Lunchtime Recitals at Bristol Cathedral
Add a little music to your day with Bristol Cathedral's Lunchtime Recital series. All recitals being at 13:15 and last 45 minutes. Performers this season include organists, pianists, saxophonists, cellists and singers.
Wicked at Bristol Hippodrome
This multi record-breaking production of the West End and Broadway musical sensation transports you to a stunningly re-imagined world of Oz providing marvels beyond your imagination.
Image ©: Destination Bristol/Bristol Hippodrome
Neil Murison RWA (Hon) at the RWA
In describing the influences upon his work, Neil states: 'My work is strongly based in nature. I keep sketchbooks and take endless photographs on my travels and am never short of source material’.
Image © Neil Murison
Macbeth by William Shakespeare at Tobacco Factory Theatres
In the first of their inaugural Factory Company season, Tobacco Factory Theatre is delighted to present Adele Thomas's production of Macbeth.
The Cherry Orchard at Bristol Old Vic
Directed by Michael Boyd, former Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Chekhov's final masterpiece is full of wild humour and piercing sadness in this vivid new production of The Cherry Orchard.
Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra at St George's Bristol
Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra is delighted to be playing under the baton of it's new conductor , Karin Hendrickson. The orchestra has comissioned Ataraxia from David Ridley, and it will be receiving it's first performance in St George's at this concert.
Bristol International Jazz and Blues Festival
The festival’s returns to Bristol this year with a genre-traversing line-up ; ‘This is Your Life’ of jazz and blues – a journey through the decades from the birth of jazz to the current day.
Mayfest at Bristol Old Vic
Mayfest is Bristol's unique annual festival of contemporary theatre, dedicated to presenting a broad range of unusual, playful and ambitous work from leading theatre makers from Bristol, the UK and beyond.