Posted: February 8, 2019
Things to Do in the City Centre This Week
Stuck for something to do this week? Check out the Bristol City Centre BID round up of all the best events going on in town…
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at The Hippodrome
A city bank has been entrusted with a priceless diamond and an escaped convict is dead set on pocketing the gem with the help of his girlfriend… and the maintenance man. Showing from the 12th to the 16th of February, this West End hit guarantees to leave you in fits of laughter. Tickets start from just £13 and are available here.
Amélie with wine tastings at Avery’s
Bristol Film Festival hosts this evening of whimsical romance set in Avery’s historic wine cellar. Enjoy a sparkling wine on arrival, a brief introduction to the film from the festival director and a tasting of four French wines throughout the film, selected and led by one of Avery’s wine experts.
Submotion Orchestra at SWX
Immersive collective, Submotion Orchestra, bring their entrancing jazz-electronic compositions to Bristol’s SWX following the release of their album ‘KITES’ earlier this year. Tickets are just £14 and are available from the SWX website.
Arnolfini Winter Music Series
Local heroes of internet radio NOODS team up with Arnolfini to present the next instalment in the Winter Music Series. New on the scene Billie George will be opening for Bristol legend Bruce with DJ Ductape wrapping things up. It’s free but ticketed so secure your spot through Headfirsts website, and don’t forget to dust off your dancing shoes.
The Abandoned Room Presents: Dynamo at Bristol Harbour Hotel
An intimate, unique and immersive theatre space curated by world-renowned magician Dynamo, The Abandoned Room is a club with world class performances coupled with artisan cocktails, fine dining and luxury accommodation. Tickets are £80 and entry will be denied to latecomers – you have been warned!
Wise Children at Bristol Old Vic
A big, bawdy tangle of theatrical joy and heartbreak, Wise Children is a celebration of show business, family, forgiveness and hope. Expect show girls and Shakespeare, sex and scandal, music, mischief and mistaken identity. Catch Wise Children in its last week at Bristol Old Vic with tickets from just £11.50.