December

No Money In The Bank At Exchange | Bristol

Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh have formed a tag-team to explain professional wrestling. There is no rock left unturned or rock bottomed in this surreal exploration of sports entertainment. You\'ll love their special guest, but if you don\'t care about wrestling, let them change your mind. There might even be tables, ladders and chairs depending on the budget. \'... [it] highlights the weird and bizarre elements of the glorious sport of professional wrestling, but embraces with warmth and humour, and it is an essential watch to any wrestling fan.\' Newsplex \'An absolute must for comedy and wrestling fans.\' Screen Jabber. Tickets: www.exchangebristol.com/events/2018-12-16-no-money-in-the-bank-exchange www.musicglue.com/invisiblellama/events/2018-12-16-exchange

The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdom

No Money In The Bank At...

The Exchange
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Jack Cookson And Rosie G At The Golden Lion

JACK COOKSON Plymouth based vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Jack Cookson, combines dry and visceral word play with intricate finger-style guitar arrangements, to create emotionally charged yet honest and memorable songs. Stylistically influenced by roots music from both sides of the Atlantic, Jack has shared the stage with the legendary likes of Ralph McTell, Louis Berry, Franz Nicolay & Cory Branan, and in 2016, he was a finalist in the Young Folk category at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2016. ROSIE G "Rosie G weaves intricate guitar with lilting vocals and nostalgic lyrics. A Bristol born folk act whose subtle stage presence captures her delicately melancholy songs." - Wardrobe Theatre Bristol review, 2016.

The Golden Lion, Bristol, United Kingdom

Jack Cookson And Rosie ...

The Golden Lion
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Waistman Weeklies All Day Christmas Special - 12pm -11pm

Our all day Chirstmas special! - expect tournaments pizza and beer :) also our last session of the year... Competitive and Casual fighting game session hosted at The Lanes in Bristol! Check out the full details below: - Street Fighter V (PS4) - Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4) - Tekken 7 (PS4) - Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4) - SoulCalibur VI (PS4) - Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite (PS4) - Blazblue Cross Tag Battle (PS4) - Under Night in Birth Exe Latest (PS4) - Guilty Gear XRD Rev2 - (PS4) - King Of Fighters 14 (PS4) - Ultra Street Fighter IV (PS4) - Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (PS4) - BlazBlue Central Fiction (PS4) - Puyo Puyo Tetris (PS4) The Lanes (head inside the main bar/bowling area and go upstairs) 22 Nelson Street Bristol BS1 2LE There are usually a few spare control pads/people willing to lend arcade sticks, but if you are able to bring your own it is a massive help! Please click \'going\' on the event if you are planning to come, it gives us a good idea of attendance and what games to expect. If it\'s the first time you\'re coming to the event (thank you!) it might help to include feedback and a note about the main games you\'re interested in so we can improve the event for others. Support the venue by buying food and drinks - that will make them and us happy. This really does help a lot, can\'t stress it enough! Also please don\'t bring outside food or drinks into the venue (Y) Check Cabot Circus for cheap parking: http://www.cabotcircus.com/visitor-info/parking If you\'re coming by train the venue is very close to Temple Meads station. About a 15 minute walk in a straight line, pretty much. https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Bristol+Temple+Meads/Bristol+BS1+2LE/@51.4527856,-2.591631,16z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x48718e6368162537:0x5d5f0a763e75fd8c!2m2!1d-2.58132!2d51.44914!1m5!1m1!1s0x48718e770ea5116b:0x9d1b9bbd31ef435b!2m2!1d-2.5923917!2d51.4566128!3e2 The Lanes is about a 2-minute walk from Bristol Bus Station as well. Like and share the event and spread the word if you can, the more people the merrier. If you know anybody with an interest in gaming (even non-FGs) bring them along! That\'s it! If you have any questions please ask below. Hope to see you there, Thanks Please like/join/follow SMBF for more news, events, and random stuff from the SW community: https://www.facebook.com/SuperMinerBattleFarm https://www.facebook.com/groups/SuperMinerBattleFarm https://twitter.com/SodiumShowdown Join our Steam group! http://steamcommunity.com/groups/SMBFsteam

The Lanes, Bristol, United Kingdom

Waistman Weeklies All D...

The Lanes
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Mikoajki 2018 - Fabryka Sw. Mikoaja II

Zapraszamy cae rodziny na jedyne w swoim rodzaju Mikoajki w Bristolu. Oryginalno naszego projektu polega na tym, e nie bdzie to tylko wizyta w. Mikoaja oraz rozdawanie prezentw. Caa przygoda bdzie polegaa na tym aby dzieci te prezenty tworzyy, przystrajay, wygryway w konkursach itp. Dlatego te przygotujemy dla dzieci rnego rodzaju stanowiska do tworzenia, zabawy. Konkursy sportowe, taneczne itp. Oczywicie bdzie "zabawa choinkowa" jak to w polskich szkoach kiedy byo. Bdzie Animator , ktry pomoe nam przeprowadzi cala cz rozrywkow. Bdzie z nami rwnie DJ, ktry bdzie odpowiedzialny za opraw muzyczna. No i oczywicie w. Mikoaj , ktry rozda naszym pociechom przygotowane przez nas prezenty. Opowiemy o tradycji Mikoajek. Chcemy kultywowa t tradycj wrd polskich dzieci ale te pokaza innym narodowociom o takiej tradycji i by moe wszczepi w nich jej kultywowanie. Dzieciom chcemy pokaza rwnie, e prezenty niekoniecznie trzeba kupowa w sklepie. Pomoemy im stworzy je wasnorcznie. Opowiemy o tym, e takie wanie prezenty maj dla rodzicw , dziadkw czy innych czonkw rodziny wiksz warto. Zapraszamy do wsppracy lokalne firmy, ktre bd miay moliwo wykupienia stoisk, bdzie to reklama dla tych biznesw oraz rozrywka dla rodzicw. Wejciwka 6 za dziecko, 3 za osob doros. W TYM ROKU AMBASADA NIE WSPARA PROJEKTU, WIC LICZYMY NA WSPARCIE SPONSORW. Ze wzgldu na ogromne zainteresowanie (w roku ubiegym przygotowaysmy ok 220 paczek) prosimy o nie zwlekanie z decyzj. Rezerwacje i przelewy przyjmujemy tylko do 30 Listopada. Prosimy o przelew na konto: SILACZKI 30-94-83 67243568 Wpisujc swoje nazwisko jako nr referencyjny. Dziekujemy

Trinity, Bristol, United Kingdom

Mikoajki 2018 - Fabryka...

Trinity
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Fanny And Alexander

FANNY AND ALEXANDER dir. Ingmar Bergman, Sweden-France-Germany 1982, 188 mins, Cert 15. Sun 16 December // 14:00 Tickets: 5 (full) / 4 (concession) Fanny and Alexander is Ingmar Bergmans stunning family saga spanning one year in the life of the large and well-to-do theatrical family, Ekdahl. Living in a Swedish provincial town at the turn of the century, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, whose imagination fuels the magical goings-on leading up to and following the death of his father, who dies onstage during a performance of Hamlet. The childrens comfortable lives change dramatically when their mother remarries a puritanical bishop, and we will follow them and the rest of the family through grief and joy, light and dark. Bergman intended Fanny and Alexander as his swan song, and it is the legendary directors warmest and most autobiographical film, a four-time Academy Awardwinning triumph that combines his trademark melancholy and emotional intensity with immense joy and sensuality. The film also triumphs through its cinematography, brought to life with the richness and peerless work in colour, by cinematographer Sven Nyquist.

Cube , Bristol, United Kingdom

Fanny And Alex

Cube
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Orbital

Dance music legends Orbital are back with their first new album in six years, Monsters Exist. Don\'t miss your chance to see the duo live as they return to stage for a must-see headline show later this year. Support: Plaid Age Restriction Seating & Seating: 8+ (u14 must be accompanied by an adult) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 7 Sep 2018 at 09:00 AM O2 Presale : Wed, 5 Sep 2018 at 09:00 AM

O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Orbital

O2 Academy Bristol
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Globo Collective At Tobacco Factory

The Globo Collective is an international musical family formed in Valencia in 2011, which travel all over meeting and collaborating new artists. Lead by Valencian Elio Arauz de Marcos, they offer on the stage a blend of diverse styles and rythms. This includes doses of Afrobeat, Reggae, Soul, Latin, Blues, Jazz, World Music, Gypsy, Folk, Hip Hop, Psychedelia... lots of improvisation, solid groove, a bunch of humor and good vibes with the audience. Playing original compositions and covering other great artists in their own way. (AfroReggaeLatinGypsyTribalMediterraneanJazz) Elio AM: rhythm guitar and vocals Ana Gmez: Keyboard, sinth, backing vocals Paolo Adamo: drums Listen their album here https://theglobocollectivemusic.bandcamp.com/releases Some videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_Y4zvOY5r8&app=desktop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COKle9fFyec&app=desktop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vCwdy0unsA&t=4s&app=desktop Free entree

Tobacco Factory, Bristol, United Kingdom

Globo Collective At Tob...

Tobacco Factory
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

December Adventure Bureau

A brilliantly fun interactive storytelling show for ages 3-8 and their families, presented by Katie Storer and Simon Panrucker 11am | 7 (5 for groups of 20+, under 3s go free Katie and Simon are coming on a special trip from the Adventure Bureau, an ancient organisation whose job it is to create all the adventures EVER! With the help of your biggest (and smallest) ideas, they will weave a totally improvised story complete with an improvised soundtrack and songs. The audience decides what elements go into the bursting story melting pot, but who knows what will come out!? Weve not laughed so much in ages! Audience Reaction We all loved it! It was so refreshing to take the children to something that was so fun and engaging. Audience Reaction Adventure Bureau will go very far! Hull Childrens Literature Festival

The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdom

December Adventure Bure...

The Wardrobe Theatre
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

End Of Year Special 2018!

Its that time of year again, the days are beginning to shorten, sparkling lights are starting to adorn every building and people begin to travel around the country to be with their families and friends. It\'s a time to reflect on the year, dig out your most colourful winter clothes and drink mulled wine at any time of day. Winter has arrived and it\'s time for Story Slams annual End Of Year Special!! Woohoo! And this year it\'s going to be our most extravagant yet! Expect lavish decorations, food, drink, gifts, a mini interval party and our usual beautiful group photo! We\'re also super excited to be teaming up with DVA Films to *film* our event!! Expect a few surprises and more fun things to be announced soon... Come celebrate the end of 2018 with us. Share stories and reflect on the past year, eat food, have a drink and put your feet up. Make sure to bring friends, family, and winter warmth and cheer to help us celebrate changing of the year and the ever shifting colours and seasons of our beautiful planet. ********* Story Slam is where you can hear people\'s amazing true stories told live on stage. All stories are told by volunteers from the audience. Put your name in the hat for a chance to tell a story, or just come along and enjoy everyone else\'s! Story Slam is held on the third Sunday of the month at the Wardrobe Theatre. Box Office opens at 1.15pm and the shows starts at 2.00pm. ********* TICKETS ********* Ticket can be purchased through the Tobacco Factory website: https://www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com/shows/story-slam-december/ 5 Concessionary price (students, OAPs, unemployed, low-wage, etc.) 8 Full price ********* HOW IT WORKS ********* 1.15pm: STAMPING The theatre box office opens from 1.15pm to begin issuing stamps which act as entrance tickets to the show. If you purchased a ticket beforehand online, just quote the name that you used to purchase your tickets and get issued your stamp! If there are any tickets available on the day these can be purchased from the box office. 1.30pm: DOORS OPEN Doors open at 1.30pm and you can show your stamp to be let into the theatre! If you would like to tell a story on stage, or submit an anonymous short story, just fill in the relevant slips that can be found in the theatre. (Make sure to read these carefully) If not, just grab a drink, take a seat and wait for the show to begin. 2.00pm 4.30pm: SHOW TIME We pull names from the hat and whoevers name is pulled tells us a true story from their life! We laugh, we cry, we drink, we have another one! (20 minute interval at around 3pm) 4.30pm: AFTER SHOW The Wardrobe Theatre is attached to the lovely Old Market Assembly which is the perfect place for a pint or Sunday lunch, and after the slam people tend to hang around at the bar, have a drink, chat with storytellers and hear stories people didn\'t get a chance to tell on stage. ********* STORY RULES ********* Stories must follow a few simple rules. The rules are not meant to be restricting, but are there to ensure we get to hear as many awesome stories as possible. If youre unsure about anything just drop us a message or ask a volunteer on the day. They have to be true They must be told in 5 minutes. They must be *stories*. No rants, stand-up routines or monologues. We want a beginning, middle and end, and some change and conflict to occur. They need to be genuinely 1st person. You should be a major player in the story and we want to hear your perspective. Told with no notes or props. This is about the good ol fashioned storytelling. Tell it to us like we\'re round a campfire, or at a sleepover. ********* CONTENT WARNINGS ********* In the interest of making the story slam a safer and more comfortable place, we give people the option of putting content warnings before their stories. Details of how to do this can be found on the name slips. We read them out before each story and give people a chance to leave the room. If you do want to leave the theatre at any time please feel free! The Old Market Assembly is a comfy place to hang out and sells a variety of wonderful cakes and lovely roast dinners. ********* SAFER SPACES ********* We work hard at Story Slam to try and create a place where people feel safe and comfortable to share stories. We\'re continually trying to make our events better places to be and our aim is to hear stories that we dont get to hear anywhere else. We want to make Story Slam better than the world around it. So to help us achieve this, we have our own safer spaces policy. Feel free to have a read at the link below! :) http://www.storyslam.co.uk/safer-spaces/ ********* ACCESSIBILITY ********* We want our events to be as accessible as possible. The venue has full step free access to the theatre and the stage. However, if you need to use it please let us know (via Facebook message) beforehand as we need a member of staff to open side doors etc. You can also check out our photo album for details on the step free access, feel free to message us with any further questions: http://bit.ly/2eY8oR4 If theres anything else we can do to make the event more accessible to you, let us know and well try our best! ********* AGE LIMIT ********* Story Slam has no age limit, however the spontaneous nature of the show means that profanity and adult themes are to be expected. It is left to the guardian to choose if a child is mature enough to attend.

The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdom

End Of Year Special 201...

The Wardrobe Theatre
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Laid Blak Present's Festive Family Fun Pt2

We are back for more family festive fun with our annual kids christmas party, raising money for Childrens Hospice South West. Line Up...... Laid Blak & Small Star\'s Alfie Haile, Alanah Walker, John aka Watkins, Asher & Ollie, Millie Bunker and Tilly Grace. 3 Culture DJ Bunjy kid\'s set Kids Karaoke & much more Santa\'s Grotto Santa Gifts Raffle with some great prizes! Noodle & Pizza Bar Sweet & Tuck Shop Come along for some festive family fun with Laid Blak and some very special little guest star\'s. Get your Christmas sweater out, Christmas hats & tinsel on! Tickets will be 5.00 each whether Adult or Child (Adults must be accompanied by a Child and Vice Versa!) available from Bristol Ticket Shop. Remember all proceeds go direct to Childrens Hospice South West

Attic Bar, Bristol, United Kingdom

Laid Blak Present's Fes...

Attic Bar
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Sunday Social- Don Letts

The master of the culture clash, Don Letts DJ, filmmaker, musician and writer is heading to Spiegeltent. Dons a man you cant put into a box. Eight years on BBC 6 Music and hes still tearing up the rules and refusing to play music he doesnt like. While hes turning down requests, hes turning up the inspiration, mixing up sounds. At Arcade Fires sold out London shows he played alternative dance. Dengue Fevers fans heard Dons bass-heavy world set. He delivered 70s punk and hip-hop at the launch of the hit novel City on Fire. Dons entertained music fans just about everywhere in clubs, at Glastonbury, Bestival, Lovebox, The Big Chill, Stussy 25th Anniversary, Adidas, Doctor Martins, Latitude, The Rough Trade 25th Anniversary, Lee Perrys Meltdown, Rizzla, One Love Fest, Island Records 50th Anniversary, Massive Attacks Meltdown, Vintage at Goodwood, Womad, Festival No.6 and thats only part of the list. Dons not telling us what youre gonna hear, but we know youll hear magic. We know youll feel the rhythms. We know youll dance. We know youll love it.

Christmas At The Spiegeltent, Bristol, United Kingdom

Sunday Social- Don Lett...

Christmas At The Spiegeltent
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Peter Knight At Folk House (December 16, 2018)

http://www.songkick.com/concerts/33825499-peter-knight-at-folk-house

Bristol Folk House, Bristol, United Kingdom

Peter Knight At Folk Ho...

Bristol Folk House
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Orbital - Album Signing

Orbital will be in-store at Rough Trade Bristol to sign copies of their new album \'Monsters Exist\', out now on ACP Recordings. Pre-order an Album/ wristband (CD or LP) to guarantee your place in the signing queue, and we will have your copy of the album and wristband waiting for you to collect on the day before the signing. Over the span of their 29-year career at the forefront of electronic music, Orbital have toured extensively and released 9 studio albums. They have played and headlined major festivals across the globe, including Glastonbury, Homelands, Tribal Gathering, Fuji Rock, Lollapalooza, V Festival, Benicassim, Big Chill, Electric Picnic, Global Gathering, Creamfields, Woodstock and Coachella. Their 1994 show was in Q Magazines Top 10 of their Top 50 Gigs of All Time and 2nd out of The Telegraphs 100 Best Ever Glastonbury Performances. Q Magazine also cited Orbital as one of 50 Bands to See Before You Die. They also performed at the 2012 London Paralympics Opening Ceremony with Professor Stephen Hawking. Most recently, Orbital released their first new album in five years - Monsters Exist, out September 14th 2018. Monsters Exist is a more classically structured Orbital album than their previous release Wonky, drawing inspiration from the international political landscape all the way back from Paul and Phils pre-rave squat-punk roots right up to the volatile tensions and erratic rhetoric of today. Among the tracks is a cosmic piece featuring an address for the possible end of the world by Prof. Brian Cox (Its Brian being emo, says Paul. Brian Emo). The master plan for this one, says Paul, is to make a bloody good album. And then see what happens. Orbital brought their groundbreaking live show to BBC Musics Biggest Weekend in Belfast on May 25, and throughout 2018 will play a string of high-profile festival dates and headline shows across Europe, featuring new material alongside classics like Chime, Belfast and Impact.

Rough Trade , Bristol, United Kingdom

Orbital - Album Signing...

Rough Trade
Bristol

Sunday

16 Dec

Ashestoangels / WTAN In Full / Bristol - December 17th

Ashestoangels will be performing "With Tape and Needles" in full and will be joined by friends Sunset Sunday and Kill The Silence as support. "We are playing The Exchange on December 17th and breaking out the entirety of With Tape And Needles plus a set thats going to take us from the very retro To Ruining all the way up to the totally bitchin (and mostly ignored!) A Trauma Shared! We have Kill The Silence and Sunset Sunday coming along to fill out the night and you can get tickets from: https://ashestoangels.bigcartel.com/product/december-2018" LINE UP. ASHESTOANGELS // Alternative facebook.com/ashestoangels KILL THE SILENCE // Post-Hardcore facebook.com/KTSilenceOfficial SUNSET SUNDAY // Alternative Punk Rock facebook.com/sunsetsundayofficial Tickets: 8.50 (message Sunset Sunday for guestlist) Ticket link: ashestoangels.bigcartel.com/product/december-2018

The Exchange, Bristol, United Kingdom

Ashestoangels / Wtan In...

The Exchange
Bristol

Monday

17 Dec

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