This week in Bristol, March 12-18

Sinead O’Connor   Monday, St George’s
Nothing will compare to Sinead, as she tours for the first time in years to promote critically-acclaimed new album How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?
www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk/events/sinead-oconnor/

Gabrielle Aplin (below)   Monday, Thekla
The one thing that may well compare to O’Connor on a Monday night in Bristol could be 19-year-old Bath singer-songwriter and YouTube sensation Gabrielle Aplin.
www.gabrielleaplin.co.uk

The Maccabees   Tuesday, Academy
With their new album and one stonking song, Pelican, The Maccabees have gone from indie also-rans to one of the bands of the moment and sure to be festival favourites.
www.o2academybristol.co.uk/the-maccabees

Macbeth   Wednesday-Sunday, Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery
As Told By present the first theatrical performance in the City Museum, staging Macbeth set in England during World War Two in a piece of immersive theatre led by the witches.
astoldbymacbeth.eventbrite.co.uk

Bristol Beer Festival   Thursday-Saturday, Brunel’s Old Station
Camra’s 15th annual festival promises to be their biggest yet, with an extra session added on Thursday evening and more than 140 real ales alongside ciders and perries.
www.camrabristol.org.uk/festival.html

Nero   Thursday, Academy
Dubstep pioneers Nero have trailblazed a peculiarly English genre of music, one which a few years ago would only be heard in certain clubs but which now is everywhere.
www.o2academybristol.co.uk/nero

The Tony Benn Debate   Friday, Arnolfini
This Bristol NUJ event looks at restoring faith in journalism and features among its panel Chris Jefferies, the retired Clifton College teacher implicated in the murder of Jo Yeates.
www.bristolnuj.org.uk/the-future-of-media

More Than Words   Friday-Sunday, various venues
Radio 4′s More Than Words festival is “an event with sound, stories and the art of listening at its heart”, featuring some unique live recordings and very special guests.
www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/features/more-than-words/

Voyage of the Nutjellynana   Sunday, Tobacco Factory
Children will love this puppet show which sees three forgotten toys long since loved, left behind, languishing in an attic, blast off into space where they get lost in a black hole.
www.tobaccofactorytheatre.com/voyage_of_the_nutjellynana

One Response so far.

  1. smhayward says:

    I am volunteering at the ‘More than Words’ festival, and looking forward to it! :)

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