Monday-Friday: Tobacco Factory Theatre summer school
Children between 13-18 can work with some of Bristol’s top theatre pros to explore physical and visual performance over an inspiring week.
www.tobaccofactorytheatre.com/plus/events/summer_school-1/

Tuesday: Kyla La Grange, Rise
A free instore gig from the Watford-born songstress who has been compared to Florence Welch. She will back in Bristol at the Thekla on October 1 for the first date of a UK tour.
www.rise-music.co.uk/events.php?event=135

Wednesday-Sunday: Redfest, St George’s Park
Plenty of activities from live music to circus acts at this annual festival. Check back on Bristol Culture later this week for a full preview of the five-day festival.
www.redfestbristol.co.uk

Thursday: The Life After, Bristol Old Vic Studio
A Bristol Old Vic Young Company production, The Life After explores loss and change ”with curiosity, fearlessness and, just occasionally, outright silliness”.
www.bristololdvic.org.uk/thelifeafter.html

Friday & Saturday: Bristol Cider Festival, Brunel’s Old Station
More than 100 ciders and perries on offer including award-winning ciders as well as hog roast rolls and cheese platters, and Wurzels tribute band The Mangledwurzels.
www.somersetmade.co.uk/ciderfestivals/festival.php

Saturday: Bristol City vs Bristol Rovers, Ashton Gate
Arch rivals City and Rovers will play for the first time in five-and-a-half years when they meet in a friendly as part of Robins club captain Louis Carey’s testimonial season.
www.bcfc.co.uk

Sunday: Spellbound, Watershed
A Hitchcock classic screened as part of Watershed’s Sunday brunch season, Spellbound stars Ingrid Bergman and features dream sequences designed by Salvador Dali.
www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/3647/sunday-brunch-with-hitchcock-spellbound/

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