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Bristol: BUMP Rollerdisco at the Trinity Centre Bristol

March 04, 2016 at Trinity Centre in Bristol.

BUMP Rollerdisco at the Trinity Centre, Bristol on Friday the 4th March 2016.

If you can’t skate or don’t have your own skates then don’t worry, we have got loads of skates available and our lovely Roller Boys & Girls will help you round if your a bit wobbly on your wheels… And if it gets too much, then you can just chill out and get a large drink to get over the experience.

Expect a mixture of DJ’s bringing you lots of energy and good sounds.

Tickets are £10 in advance inc skate hire & £8 if you have your own skates. On the door £12 including skater hire & £9 if you have your own skates.

Tickets are available at the www.bristolticketshop.co.uk you can pay on the door, but to avoid disappointment if this event sells out, get a ticket!

To keep up-to-date with what’s happening at BUMP Rollerdisco then follow us on Twitter @BumpRollerDisco , join our Facebook group www.facebook.com/bumprollerdisco or visit our website www.bumpclub.co.uk

Please note this event is Strictly over 18’s and Roller skating is at your own risk!!!

Big Love


Address: Trinity Road, Bristol
BUMP Rollerdisco at the Trinity Centre Bristol

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Bristol: Moogmemory with Matthew Bourne & Michael England (IN THE LANTERN)

March 04, 2016 at Colston Hall in Bristol.

Genre-bending pianist Matthew Bourne explores the sounds of the legendary Moog Memorymoog synthesizer (specifically, a Lintronics Advanced Memorymoog) through a series of atmospheric tracks written specifically for the show. Video artist Michael England has produced moving images to complement the cosmic sound world created by Bourne.

This is a standing show.

The Lantern
Fri 4 Mar 2016
£13.50 incl. booking fee

Address: Colston Street, Bristol
Moogmemory with Matthew Bourne & Michael England (IN THE LANTERN)

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Bristol: Theatre Jam

March 04, 2016 at The Bristol Improv Theatre in Bristol.

Theatre Jam is the BIT’s performance and social night. Meet your fellow local performers, grab a drink and put your names in the hat to get up on stage for improvised theatre games and scenes!


The first half is improv games so expect plenty of old favourites. If you’ve never seen an improv game before, think New-Year charades meets ‘Whose-Line’. There’s lots of silly nonsense and plenty of chances to join in.


We turn up the drama in the second half as the more-experienced improvisers are invited to try their hands at scenes. A good mix of experience means there’s always something to learn and you’ll be side coached through by our resident & visiting directors.

We welcome everyone, from those who improvise regularly to those who just want to watch. Just grab a drink, pull up a chair and enjoy the show! Best of all it’s FREE!

Address: 50 St Paul’s Road, Bristol
Theatre Jam

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Bristol: The Mandala Art Project launch & workshops by Alyson Hurst

January 30, 2016 at The Kingfisher Bristol in Bristol.

We’re delighted to be a part of Alyson Hurst’s ‘Mandala Art Project’, through dispaying & selling her unique artwork from the walls of the cafe!

“The Mandala Art Project (India 2017) came about whilst I was on a retreat in October 2015 where I met Deb Charlton. She has been involved with a group of women from the Brighton Buddhist Centre who have been fundraising to support a women’s centre in Lonavala in India. I offered my support to visit the centre and set up an art project in 2017.

A launch event for the project is being held at the kingfisher cafe in fishponds on 29th January. This will be the start of an exhibition of my work, where all the money raised from the sale of my work will go towards buying equipment for the art project.

I will also be running Mandala drawing workshops at the kingfisher cafe on the first Tuesday of each month starting in February 2016. Anyone is welcome to come along; the café is charging £1 per person for use of the space, and I will be accepting donations towards the project rather than a fee.

Whilst in India I will share my skills, knowledge and sense of fun with local women who use the Dharmadinna women’s centre. They will then be able to continue supporting each other with their own projects.

For further details of the Dharmadinna centre visit the Facebook page: Triratna women4women

For details about my artwork pop along to ‘Mandala art project India 2017′

The launch night will be free to attend, however please sign up for FREE tickets on the eventbrite link above as we have limited space for people to attend.

Contact Alyson directly for enquiries about her workshops-hivesandherbals@gmail.com. The first session in Febuary will work on a drop in basis.

Address: 17-18 Straits Parade, Bristol
The Mandala Art Project launch & workshops by Alyson Hurst

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Bristol: New year Bootcamp

January 16, 2016 at Pink Kitten Dance School in Bristol.

Sign up to our January Bootcamp workshops now, ready to bust those mince pies, chocolate matchsticks and endless amounts of port, cider and vino.
Designed to strengthen, tone and work your core, our hour long sessions in January will get you back on
the pole, hoop or hammock in no time!
£10 per session, or £25 for all three if you book together!
Free with an unlimited pass x
Book your space now onto the following dates:
03/01/16 4:00pm
16/01/16 6:00pm
23/01/15 9:00am

Address: The Old Malt House, Little Ann Street, Old Market, Bristol
New year Bootcamp

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Bristol: Ushti Baba + The Rin Tins + Imprints @ Exchange, Bristol

March 04, 2016 at Exchange in Bristol.

Fri 4th Mar | £8 Early Bird | £10 adv | 8:00pm | 18+

Ushti Baba

Ushti Baba are a Bristol-based band who blend a mixture of Eastern and Western European folk music with Jungle, Drum n Bass and Dubstep rhythms. Combining an array of acoustic instruments and beatbox they are originators and pioneers of Gypsy Jungle Turbo Folkstep, the title of their first EP.
The set covers Sea-Shanty Gabba, songs about agricultural revolution, Romany Gypsy numbers, Sicilian exorcism tunes and traditional Klezmer wedding tunes

The Rin Tins
Keep them dancing.
That’s the ethos that The Rin Tins have kept since their inception in early 2011 and since then the sextet have dedicated themselves to bringing folk fuelled jazz jive boogie to the Bristol scene.
They’ve been called the ‘definable Bristolian party band’ by South West music legend Cozzie O’Cozfunkel, were ‘the people’s choice’ at Shambala 2014 and described as ‘splendid gypsy rockabilly’ by The Zen Hussies own Jules Landau.
With music that combines dark folk tales with swing jazz rhythms and pounding oompa beats, for the past year The Rin Tins have been filling dance floors across Bristol.
Their debut album ‘Tales of Pride & Shame is available on Itunes, Amazon and Spotify and the follow-up, ‘One More Roll of the Dice’ was released in October, 2014.

Imprints are a folk, shanty, rock band that were founded in 2011 in Falmouth, UK. Now based in Bristol, the band are made up of founding members Andy Truckle (lead vocals & guitar) and Vince Martin (violin & vocals). Currently gigging as a duo and as a five piece with, Annie Wright (Vocals), Tom Cornwall (drums & vocals) and Tom Bangham (bass). Imprints provide a high-octane, frantic yet focused spin on the current folk-rock genre.





Address: 72 – 73 Old Market, Bristol
Ushti Baba + The Rin Tins + Imprints @ Exchange, Bristol

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Bristol: Reckless Love – Thekla – 04.03.16

March 04, 2016 at Thekla Bristol in Bristol.


Reckless Love is a glam metal band from Finland. The band was founded in 2001 and started to gradually gain underground reputation as an energetic live act. Eight years of small scale touring, two line-up changes and four demos later the band finally took it’s current form and found it’s own recognizable sound. In the spring of 2009 Reckless Love started recording it’s debut album and signed a world wide record deal with Universal Music.

After two singles (One More Time, Beautiful Bomb) the band is ready to release it’s much anticipated debut album early 2010.
Kuopio, Finland isn’t exactly Hicksville, Indiana and Helsinki sure ain’t no West Hollywood but with Reckless Love the analogies are obvious. This bunch of rockers dropped out of school, moved to Helsinki and chose to scrape by whatever menial jobs available to chase their rock n’ roll dreams. Having scored a recording deal with a major label, Universal Music, as the 2nd glam rock band during the last decade or so, Reckless Love show that, if nothing else, the guys master whatever lessons they’ve ever taken in the subject of hard rock.

Reckless Love’s debut album features a plethora of influences audible to the listener, and as knowledgeable as the band seems to be of its musical roots, it’s their own take on hard rock that makes the album so extremely exciting. Sure, hard life can teach you stuff, but in Reckless Love’s case it has taught them to teach people stuff. The lesson here is: there’s not a whole lot crap that cant’ be healed with a good song and a smile. And because the songs are so good, smile you will – after you get a load of this. Reckless Love extends sonic hails to the greats of hard rock ranging from Kiss to Van Halen to W.A.S.P. to Warrant to Poison to Guns N’ Roses and everything in between, with a heartwarming, sunny disposition able to melt the gloomiest of cynics.

The party starts with Beautiful Bomb, One More Time, Love Machine, So Yeah!!, Feel My Heat and Born To Rock. With subject matter dealing dominantly with the over-enhanced sexuality of a young straight male (i.e. women, or the lack thereof), the songs have a boisterous, energetic, fun, freewheeling party attitude, combined with swaggering, outrageous and sometimes, downright silly lyrics. It’s all packed in a top-notch modern, yet adequately retro sound that strongly reflects classic 80’s hair metal heroes. Not reducing to a one trick pony, the album also has it’s darker, rawer, heavy metal side. Aggressive and theatrical Wild Touch, Badass and Romance have a rowdy, rebellious bite to them. Iced with slick choirs, these cuts include heavy guitar rifforama and some of vocalist Olli Herman’s nastiest Vince Neil snarls. This is where the band’s Judas Priest, Ozzy, WASP and Ratt influences shine. The album also contains the super slick ballad Sex, which gives away the fact that under the disguise of hell-raising party animal machismo lie sensitive guys wearing their hearts on their sleeves. Predominantly guitar driven, melodic and beautiful the album also portrays the band’s classy touch to keyboard arrangements. Featuring the whole arsenal: big choirs, clean high vocals and fragile single voice melodies, almost whispering at times, vocally the album is a wonder to behold, and in what might come as a surprise, the band can also display a striking lyrical depth, almost coming down to philosophical level in Back To Paradise.

While maybe dropouts in regular school, there’s not a page in the book of hard rock these guys haven’t taken to heart. In the hair metal school tables turn and Reckless Love are the teachers. And the class will only be dismissed once thoroughly entertained.

Suppot from:


The Grove, Bristol BS1 4RB
Doors 6:30pm
Ages 14+

Advance tickets available from:

Address: The Grove, Bristol
Reckless Love - Thekla - 04.03.16

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Bristol: ★ U.K. Bachata Stars Sol & Laura! + Bachata Show! ★ Salsa Souls Bristol ★

January 22, 2016 at Salsa Souls at Riproar above Steam Cafe Bar in Bristol.

This party night is a Bachata special with Brilliant Bachata classes, a Bachata Show, Chocolate cake & cocktails! Learn Smooth & Sexy Bachata moves then, Party till 2am!!!!


U.K. Bachata stars Sol & Laura will be our guest teachers coming to show you how easy it is to lead some very Cool, Sexy & Sensual Bachata moves!

Sol & Laura are well known for bringing fun to their classes getting everyone into that Latin party spirit! With great energy and smiles a plenty everyone gets into the Bachata flow!

Classes start,

8:00 pm Bachata class with Stellan, Beginners/Imp (For absolute beginners attend this class)

8:00 pm Bachata class with Sol & Laura Improver/Int

9:00 pm Bachata class with Stellan, Beginners/Imp

9:00 pm Bachata class with Sol & Laura Int/Advanced

10:15 pm Salsa Party till 2 am with DJ Stellan & DJ Mo on the decks …The best of Salsa with plenty of Bachata and a touch of Cha Cha, Zouk/Kizomba and Merengue!!!

★ 11 pm Bachata Show with Sol & Laura! ★

£10 /£9 (NUS) for classes & dancing. After midnight £7 for dancing only.

Check out our new venue club Riproar, a huge dance floor, new lighting and fantastic sound system!

★(Entry via back entrance on Silver street)★

* Please support the bar by buying drinks and not asking for tap water. This helps keep Salsa in a city centre club *

* Parking *
1. Some parking on Silver street and nearby streets.
2. NCP car park across the road to the left, (Rupert street), £3 from 6 pm till midnight 24hr.
3. Parking in the Galleries car parking 3 mins walk (£2, 5 pm till 11 pm, normally closes 11 pm)
4. Cabot Circus Parking (shopping mall) £2, from 5 pm till 7am. 7 minute walk to the venue.
5. Free parking on Redcliff street (10 mins walk).

Address: Silver Street, Bristol
★ U.K. Bachata Stars Sol & Laura! + Bachata Show! ★ Salsa Souls Bristol ★

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Bristol: Shirley Bassey & Whitney Houston – Double Bill Tribute

March 04, 2016 at Centurys Club in Bristol.

This promises to be another great night of entertainment as Centurys Club proudly presents the fabulous Liza Starlight with her tribute to both Shirley Bassey and Whitney Houston

Playing all the well know classics, you will be able to party the night away with one of the best tribute acts around.

Liza Starlight`s tribute show to Dame Shirley Bassey & Whitney Houston is a spectacle of her music, lighting and atmosphere.

Liza includes all Dame Shirley`s and Whitney’s hits and more with her amazing vocal ability.

Her attention to detail regarding costumes and copying Dame Shirley`s & Whitney’s performance is uncanny.

Liza includes songs in her Shirley Bassey Tribute show such as `I who have nothing`, the track from the James Bond films of the same name `Diamonds are forever` & `Goldfinger` and the classic `This is my life`.

Liza includes songs in her Whitney Houston Tribute show such as `I Wanna Dance With Somebody`, `Didn’t We Almost Have It All`, `Where Do Broken Hearts Go` and the classic track and everybody`s favourite from the film The Bodyguard `I Will Always Love You`.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic double bill Book your tickets now!!

Address: 322 Two Mile Hill Road, Kingswood, Bristol
Shirley Bassey & Whitney Houston - Double Bill Tribute

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Bristol: Moogmemory – Matthew Bourne + Michael England

March 04, 2016 at Colston Hall in Bristol.

Genre-bending pianist Matthew Bourne joins forces with graphic genius Michael England (Autechre, Demdike Stare) to combine analogue electronics, minimalism and video synthesis. Together they explore the resonant, spacey qualities of iconic audio and video synthesisers. The result is a beautifully atmospheric landscape of sound and image, taking audiences on a journey from Montauk, New York to the Yorkshire Moors.

More info here: http://www.sounduk.net/events/moogmemorymatthewbournemichaelengland/

Sneak preview track here: http://bit.ly/moogmemory

Funded by Arts Council England and PRS For Music Foundation. Produced by Sound UK.

Address: Colston Street, Bristol
Moogmemory - Matthew Bourne + Michael England

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