This week we have witnessed the carnivorous actions of Suarez and the grand beginning of the quintessentially English tournament, Wimbers; what a bizarre combination that was. So, when we’re not over at Cabot Circus watching the matches in the sun while sippin’ on a bubble tea, we will most likely be found stuffing our chops with strawberry fro-yo (or just being outrageously jealous of everybody at Glasto).
Anyway, less babble. Bristol, what’s up weekend?
Supernature exhibition at The Glasswalk in Cabot Circus. It’s a combo of artists from Bristol, Cambridge, Cornwall and London, all working within the theme of the magnificence of nature. Check it here.
If you haven’t made Glasto either, why not pop over to Stagstonbury at the Stag & Hounds. They’ve gone all out and you should check it out. Plus, it’s free!
Cider, anyone? Bristol Harlequins RFC’s annual and fourth Cider Festival will be kicking off this Saturday. There’s plenty to keep everyone entertained, even the kids, with bouncy castles, games, water slides and plenty of ther treats. Also, there’s a selection of live music throughout.
Chloe Foy and Little Dusty play an intimate performance in The Louisiana basement! Foy’s light distinct vocals and poetic lyrics create a very pure, melodious and enchanting sound, which can captivate any listener. She has a varied musical style with her influences consisting of artists such as Joni Mitchell, Turin Brakes and more recently Johnny Flynn and Bon Iver. More info here.
Have a good one, guys xxx