Bored? The best things to do in Bristol next week

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Happy Friday! Read on to see the best things happening in the city next week…

Rock and Pop: Holy Holy, Saturday 15th April, 7:30pm, Colston Hall, £29.50 - £35.50 incl. bf

Legendary Bowie producer Tony Visconti is joined by Woody Woodmansey, Glenn Gregory, James Stevenson, Bernice Scott and Jessica Morgan for this live spectacular, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. The group first formed in 2014 for a live rendition of Bowie’s ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ and the project has since blossomed into a touring act that simply has to be seen.

 Classical: Monteverdi 450: Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria, Wednesday 12th April, 7:30pm, Colston Hall, £1.00 - £65.00 incl. bf

The first installation of Colston Hall’s spectacular Monteverdi 450 programme and the UK premiere of this international tour, Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists and Monteverdi Choir bring to life an opera that was first performed in 1639 at the Venice Carnival.  Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in patria or the return of Ulysses to his Homeland, is a tale of adventure, peril and reward brought to life my Sir John Eliot Gardiner, one of the most sought after conductors of our time. 

Classical: Under the Skin: Mica Levi & London Sinfonietta, Friday 14th April, 7:30pm, Colston Hall, £19.50 incl. bf

The combination of Jonathan Glazer’s 2014 film Under The Skin and an intoxicating soundtrack conceived by DJ Mica Levi promises to be an event not to miss. Levi composed the original soundtrack to Under The Skin and now conducts the London Sinfonietta in this live screening of Glazer’s adaptation of Michel Faber’s novel of the same name.

Suitable for persons aged 15 or older. Contains nudity and infrequent explicit sex.

15th – 16th April, Taste Chocolate Festival, Harbour Hotel, Bristol

Taste Chocolate Festival returns with a new location housed inside the Bristol Harbour Hotel, featuring artisan chocolatiers, specialist food producers and cooking demonstrations.

The chocolate festival is the perfect way to spend Easter weekend. Visitors can expect 40 exhibitors showcasing indulgent, beautifully crafted chocolates, cakes, patisserie, fudge, churros, wine, donuts, beer, liqueurs, hot chocolate and of course, chocolate Easter eggs! www.tastechocolate.co.uk

 

 

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