What's on in Bristol April 2017
Wondering what to do in Bristol this month? Well, there is plenty to see & do. Bristol is an energetic city with a full to the brim events calendar, so we are sure you will find something that takes your fancy.
We have compiled a short list of the things going on in the City this April:
The Bristol Swing Festival is a unique Lindy Hop and Circus collaboration which sells out every year. The weekend of fantastic swing is spread over 4 nights, with some blues & party tunes until late at night.
Registration for the event is open now:
Full pass (all tracks): £159 until 15th Jan, £169 after
3 full teaching days
4 nights dancing
world class teachers in dance and circus
a spectacular Swing Circus cabaret & a very ‘Bristol’ JnJ
Social pass: £68
3 nights dancing Fri/Sat/Sun
includes Swing Circus cabaret, live music, JnJ competition
For more info: http://bsf.co.uk/2017/
This is one your taste buds definitely won't want to miss out on. This Easter weekend, chocolate producers from across the UK are bringing their delicious chocolate to Bristol's biggest celebration of chocolate. The festival will be located in the Sansovino Hall in Bristol's new Harbour Hotel on the 15th and 16th April. It promises to be a multi-sensory experience that will allow you to encounter chocolate like never before.
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Festival entry - £4, children under 13 go free accompanied by an adult
One for you Theatre enthusiasts. At Last - The Etta James Story UK Debut will be held at St Georges Bristol. The show has had resounding success throughout Australia and New Zealand and will likely be a sell out in the UK too. The performance tells the moving story of Etta James' turbulent life and includes some of her most beloved songs including Tell Mama, Something's Got a Hold on Me, Sugar on The Floor, the heart rending I'd Rather Go Blind, her iconic signature song At Last and more.
Monday 3rd April 2017 | 7.30pm
For more info: http://www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk
This performance is an improvised narrative which takes place every other Monday throughout April. It is the world's longest improvised narrative and is 100% unplanned, unscripted & unconventional cult comedy.
The show promises a spontaneous and unique theatrical experience performed by an array of local actors. Visit Bristol says 'Think Twin Peaks meets League of Gentlemen via Sunset Beach; a soap opera full of romance, fights, sci-fi and enough plot twists to melt your face'
Every other Monday starting on the 3rd April 2017
More info: http://thewardrobetheatre.com/whats-on/
If you're planning on visiting Bristol for any of the above events, we would love to host you in our central location Hotel. Please check availability here: www.futureinns.co.uk/bristol