What’s On This Weekend Starting 20th Sep 13

What’s on in Bristol


Watershed - Bristol HotelWatershed
23th September  To 30th September 2013
Watershed is a cross-artform venue set on Bristol’s harbourside, offering a lively programme of independent film and events, plus occasional live music and Festivals.

Watershed produces work that cuts across film, music, theatre, design, and visual art, encouraging culture and diversity to flourish in Bristol.

Watershed’s friendly, buzzy cafe/bar is warm and inviting, with local organic food, plus free wi-fi for customers.

Watershed is more than just an arts cinema. It is at once a cultural centre, a social networker, a café/bar, and a cultural tourist attraction.

The box office opens at 9am on Monday to Friday, and at 10am on the weekends. Note that the box office closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film and there is no fee for advance or credit card bookings.

Bristol Cabot Circus - Bristol Bristol Circus Festival: Twisted Fairground ‘The Electric Fairground Organism´

An explosive fusion of art, interactive installation, puppetry, moving sculpture and contemporary theatre.

Time: 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. Doors open 15 minutes before start of show.
Date – 24/09/2013 to 26/09/2013

Tickets: £5 conc, £7 full price

This is a promenade show, no seating

The River Grill - Bristol HotelThe River Grille  -  Ideal for Pre-show dining

The River Grille reflects Bristol’s talent for selecting the best from its locality.

This light and airy restaurant takes the finest of West Country ingredients, simply prepared and with a modern twist.

The restaurant overlooks Bristol’s stunning and vibrant Harbourside, so diners can relax in the comfortable surroundings and watch the world drift by.

Complimentary parking is provided for all River Grille diners.

Breakfast: Monday to Friday: 6.30am to 10am; Weekend: 7am to 11am
Lunch: Monday to Friday: 12noon to 2.30pm; Weekend: 12.30pm to 2.30pm
Dinner: Sunday to Thursday: 6.30pm to 10pm; Friday and Saturday: 6.30pm to 10.30pm

What’s on in Cardiff


Seven Brides For Seven Sisters - Cardiff HotelSeven Brides for Seven Brothers

Tuesday 24 Sep 2013 to Saturday 28 Sep 2013

New Theatre Park Place, Cardiff Cardiff

Starring Sam Attwater Helena Blackman A sensational,exciting production comes to Cardiff with colourful costumes, fabulous sets and sassy high energy performances.

Set in Oregon in 1850 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is the story of Adam, the eldest of seven brothers, who goes to town to get a wife.

This breathtaking production is toe tapping good!

Tuesday 7.45pm Wednesday – Saturday Evenings 7.30pm Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday Matinees 2.30pm Tickets: £10.00 – £34.00 02920 878889

 

 

Cardiff Country Fair - Cardiff HotelCardiff Country Fair at Cardiff Castle 

Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September 2013

Cardiff Council brings the countryside to the city centre with this event that will showcase the essence of rural Wales and celebrate the best of farming, food and the countryside from across the UK.There will also be fun and games for all the family to take part in amongst many other things like cheese skittles, tug of war and the Daffodil Rebuild team who can teach you how to put an entire tractor together in record time!

Ticket Type In advance On the Day
Adult £7.00 £8.00
Children (2-16yrs) £4.00 £5.00
Concessions £6.00 £7.00

Group bookings available.

Kris Kristofferson - Cardiff HotelKris Kristofferson

St David’s Hall, The Hayes, Cardiff. Vale of Glamorgan

Tickets avaiable.

Start time:20:30.

Tue 24 Sep 2013 20:30     Price    £39.77

What’s on in Plymouth


Adventures In Music - Plymouth HotelAdventures in Music: Hooray for the Hang! with Manu DelagoBring your young ones along to the Museum as Manu Delago Handmade present an exciting interactive session inspired by elements of jazz, pop and classical music.

The Austrian trio will introduce you to the Hang – one of the newest and most fascinating instruments in the world, invented just over a decade ago in Switzerland. They will also play from the family of bowed string instruments ranging from the violin to the double bass.

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Drake Circus
Friday 27 September, 11am to 11.45am

Nancy Astor - Plymouth HotelArt Bites: Nancy Astor’s Men

Find out more about the men in Nancy Astor’s life and how they influenced her using portraits on display in the ‘Nancy: The Life and Times of Lady Astor’ exhibition. Marketing and Program Development Officer and exhibition coordinator, Jo Clarke will focus on Waldorf Astor, Bernard Shaw and Lawrence of Arabia.

Fancy spending half an hour taking a bite-sized look at our decorative art collections and art exhibitions? If so, why not join us for a 30-minute tour?

Admission is free but places are limited.

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Drake Circus
Wednesday 25 September, 1pm to 1.30pm

Doors Alive - Plymouth Hotel‘The Doors Alive’ Concert
White Rabbit, Plymouth – 26 Sep Thu

The Uk’s leading tribute band. The Doors Alive have been acclaimed by both critics and audiences alike for their accurate portrayal of the Doors.

Doors open 7.30 pm

First band 8.00 pm

Tickets £10  -  available from seetickets.com or plymouthtickets.bigcartel.com