The travelling Hot Tub Cinema will be coming to Bristol. The event will be hosting hundreds of people at the Paintworks in Bristol for four dates in October.
The concept evolved from a private party in 2006. The first public event was held in London in 2012, and has since also travelled to New York.
Bristol-based studio Aardman Animations have released a new trailer for the upcoming Shaun the Sheep feature film, due out next spring.
Brad Pitt has made a visit to Dorset to promote his latest film 'Fury'.
The actor's appearance at the Tank Museum in Bovington is thought to be his first since marrying fellow movie star Angelina Jolie on Saturday. The new film is set at the end of the Second World War, and Brad Pitt's character commands a tank on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines.
A hospice in Somerset has raised a record £150,000 from its sell-out Rod Stewart concert in June. 18,000 people came to the event at Taunton's County Cricket Ground in aid of St Margaret's Hospice.
Photographers have finished taking pictures capturing 24 hours of life in the Bristol. Even the city's Mayor George Ferguson got involved.
No matter how good you are at photography do @24hoursbristol next year. Terrific experience & you learn so much! I've had a brilliant time!
George Ferguson is one photographer who has taken part in today's 24 hours in Bristol competition. The city's mayor was given 8am-9am tomorrow morning to capture shots of life in Bristol.
A photographic competition to capture 24 hours in Bristol is kicking off today.
Last year the event saw around 10,000 pictures taken from all over the city.
The best 72 photos will win prizes with a new Waterways prize this year. Around 100 photos will then be put in an exhibition on 11th October at the Harbourside Arts Centre, off Millennium Square.
Hundreds of people have already entered and you have until midday to enter. ITV viewers will be able to enter for free. Click here to enter.
Most people wander around and don't even look at their surroundings.
So it's a great opportunity to get creative, to wander around the city and often explore places no one has ever been before.
It's a good way of discovering hidden corners of the city.
Bristol's animated favourite Morph has joined in the latest craze by taking the "ice bucket challenge" to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Celebrities are nominated to have a bucket of ice cold water poured over their heads. And thanks to his creators at Aardman Animations, Morph took up the challenge.
It's not often that we get the chance to interview an ogre on ITV News West Country, so when they got the chance Ian & Kylie jumped at the opportunity.
For the next couple of weeks the Bristol Hippodrome is being transformed into Far, Far Away Land - the home of Shrek, so the big green ogre came into the studio to talk about the musical production of his film.