The first acts for Bristol's biggest music festival Love Save the Day have been announced.Read the full story ›
The comedian is back in Bristol for a Slapstick festival. He says the thing he loves most about home is the accent!Read the full story ›
Bath's Olympic skeleton gold medallist Lizzy Yarnold has been selected as one of the coaches for skiing talent show, The Jump.Read the full story ›
Hit musical The Bodyguard has arrived at The Bristol Hippodrome.
Three-time Brit nominee and X-Factor winner, Alexandra Burke, stars in the leading role of ‘Rachel Marron’ in the UK production. The tour follows the musical's sell-out run at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End.
The musical is based on 1992 Oscar nominated film 'The Bodyguard' which starred Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner.
The musical will run until 30 January at the Bristol Hippodrome.
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An ancient contraption called a "thunder run" has been brought back to life to mark the 250th anniversary at the Bristol Old Vic.Read the full story ›
Some of the famous alumni who honed their acting skills at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, that celebrates its 250th birthday this year.Read the full story ›
Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran and Eminem are among the names being lined up to officially open Bristol City's rebuilt Ashton Gate stadium.
Bristol Sport say they're in discussion with agents to bring 'the biggest names in the music industry' to the stadium.
We've been in discussions with recording artist D-Jukes and Sophia May from USUK Promotions and other major music agents, to bring the biggest names in the music industry to the stadium and further promote the city of Bristol.
It's expected to be finished for the start of the football season in August, with the idea that some huge concerts will take place in 2017.
The St George's Bristol art centre is one step closer to a major redevelopment after Arts Council England approved funding for the project.Read the full story ›
A commemorative blue plaque in honour of Cirencester rock legend Cozy Powell is to be unveiled in the town.
Queen guitarist Brian May will perform the ceremony at the Corn Hall today (7 January).
Cozy drummed for many bands including Rainbow, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath.
He died in a car crash on the M4 near Bristol in 1998 when he was 50 years old.
Gloucestershire designer Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen has some expert tips on his festive favourites - and faux-pas.Read the full story ›