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Best festivals in Bristol 2019

From music to beer to balloons – make sure yours is a year of celebration!

Best UK Opera Houses

There’s nothing quite like the power of opera singing – so we’ve chosen you some belters!

This Week 14 – 20 January

Stuck for something to do this week? We've got you covered...

Burns Night 2019

Feel the Burns! Your January is about to perk up, with this welcome excuse to read poetry, eat haggis and drink whisky (or whichever your New Year's resolutions allow)

This week 07 – 13 January

From fright nights to folk singing, check out our top picks for the week ahead

The Best of New Year in Brighton!

Tonight we’re gonna party like it’s ’19…

This week: 10 – 16 December

It’s the final countdown, and we’re looking beyond the shopping frenzy for some wholesome fun

This week: 26 - 02 December

Our top picks this week include Christmas craft, witch craft, fairy tales and Love Actually with a live orchestra.

This week: 19 - 25 November

It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas… (but not too much - we promise)

Harry & Chris Save the World: an interview with Harry Baker

“Poetry and maths are both about trying to figure stuff out, and using what you know to make sense of what you don’t”

Where Are We Now? Camille O’Sullivan interview

We caught up with the Irish-French performer ahead of her tour.

5 shows to catch at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

The internationally renowned Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is gearing up to present its 41st edition of ground-breaking new and experimental music featuring 50+ concerts, installations, exhibitions and talks.

This week: 12 - 18 November

Here comes your weekly round-up, and it's packing a punch!

Armistice Day 100 years

Find events to commemorate and learn about the end of World War One.

Smooth operator: Mario Biondi

We caught up with the "very white Barry White" at the start of his UK run

Top 5 Spooky Events in Bristol

Halloween is just around the creepy corner, so we’ve rounded up some ghoulish events in Bristol that will lift your spirits!

Top Feminist Podcasts

Ranging from comedy to hard hitting political debate, there are plenty of feminist podcasts out there that discuss the issues effecting women in today’s society. So, for International Podcast Day tomorrow, check out our selection of some of the best!

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Record Shops

Beat the online giants and pick up something at one of Bristol’s bustling record shops!

“A homecoming gig”: An Interview with Jimmy Aldridge

We chatted to musician Jimmy Aldridge from “Jimmy and Sid” about the folk duo’s latest album, and their upcoming gig in Leeds – where Jimmy bought his first banjo!

Sometimes you’ve got to be a little bit naughty…

After spending 6 years in the West End, multi-award winning Matilda the Musical is returning to its regional roots by doing a UK and Ireland Tour through 2018 and 2019.

“You want to come up with a universal Trunch for everybody"

Today is Roald Dahl Day, and as we speak, Miss. Trunchbull, the headmistress we’re glad we never had, is making her way across the country for the UK Tour of Matilda! We chatted to Craige Els who plays Trunch about what it’s like to be the iconic villain!

“I didn’t just want to tell a DJ’s story”

We chatted to Manchester music legend and former Haçienda DJ “DJ Paulette” about her upcoming installation “Homebird” at the Lowry Galleries.

An Interview with Cabaret Star Melinda Hughes

We caught up with Melinda Hughes before she heads to Edinburgh with MARGO, her one woman show that explores the life of one of Weimar Berlin’s famous cabaret stars, and aims to show cabaret isn’t just about being lewd and nude.

An Interview Lover's Guide to Podcasts

Fancy a change from your trusty music playlist? Check out these top 10 interview podcasts to spice up your commute!

The Great Yorkshire Fringe: An Interview with Jane Veysey

We chat to Producer Jane Veysey about the upcoming Yorkshire Fringe Festival from 19-29 July!

Britten’s War Requiem at York Minster

York Minster’s final concert of the season simultaneously marks the centenary of the conclusion of World War I with Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem.

What to See at Oxford’s Offbeat Festival

Try something out of your comfort zone at Oxford’s festival for brand new theatre, comedy and dance!

The Cowboy Philosopher: An Interview with Wilson Dixon

We chat to “Cowboy Philosopher” Wilson Dixon ahead of his UK tour this summer!

The Best Summer Festivals in Bristol

The festival season is just on the horizon and this year there’s a host of great events in Bristol to look forward to over the coming months.

Tracing Sheffield's Top Musicians

Revisit some of your favourite “northern rascals” with our round up of Sheffield’s musical talent.

A Weekend Away in Deal

The best things to do in this quiet little seaside town, that has much more to it than at first glance...

Top May Day Activities Around the UK

Whether it's maypole dancing or swing bands you're after this May Day, we've rounded up the best places to spend your bank holiday!

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