The sequel to a cult 1990s adventure is being screened at the Curzon this week and we have two tickets up for grabs to see it.
A production of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory is being staged this week.
Speakeasy Jazz Club will celebrate its third birthday this month and Baby Jools And The Jazzaholics will be performing live.
A British wartime drama depicting the toughest moment during the reign of one of the country’s most iconic figures is at the Curzon this week.
The biggest names in British comedy will appear in Bristol for the 14th slapstick festival.
The family-friendly pantomime Mother Goose will be performed in Backwell this January.
If you are struggling to keep the children entertained now Christmas is over for another year, remember there is still time to watch a magical pantomime – oh yes there is!
The Theatre Shop in Clevedon is gearing up for a smoking evening of jazz.
A musical celebrating the life of one of history’s great entertainers will kick off a new year of cinema at the Curzon.
February will see one of the UK’s best-loved indie bands take to the stage in Bristol.
A heartwarming animated tale based on a 1930s book will be screened at the Curzon cinema in the new year.
Portishead Film will screen 20th Century Women in early January.
One of Britain’s most famous comedians is coming to Bristol next year.
One of the biggest bands to come out of Ireland will headline a West Country festival next summer.
One of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most famous works will be performed in Bristol next month.
A festive family classic will be shown at the Curzon this weekend, and the Times has tickets to hand out to one lucky reader.
Alien Ant Farm are heading to Bristol next year as part of their huge 11-date UK and Europe tour.
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