This week in Bristol, July 23-29

23 07 2012

Monday: Atomic Burger opens, 189 Gloucester Road
Burgers are big business in Bristol, with The Burger Joint soon to move to bigger premises and Atomic Burger opening in what used to be Delight cafe.
www.atomicburger.co.uk

Tuesday & Wednesday: Frankie Boyle, Colston Hall
Colston Hall warn that this show is not suitable for under-16s. But if you’re a man, a woman, black, white, gay or straight, there will be much here that offends.
www.colstonhall.org/whatson/Event2901

Thursday: Dan Moore Trio, Canteen
Phantom Limb’s keyboard player teams up with the band’s former drummer Matt Jones and Valere Speranza’s bass in a jazz trio playing a repertoire from Beck to AC/DC.
www.canteenbristol.co.uk/music-listings/

Friday – August 1: Thom Bleasdale exhibition, Centrespace
Photo-artist and sculptor Thom Bleasdale (“a keen eye for moments that pass most of us by”) shows his first ever exhibition, ‘A Rare Photograph of the Soul Leaving the Body’.
www.thombleasdale.com

Saturday & Sunday: Bristol Thai Festival, Queen Square
A celebration of Thai art, culture and sport, with everything from food to boxing to be enjoyed. There will also be a parade, stalls, music and even a traditional wedding.
www.desyentertainment.com


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