Must See Monday – Events of the Week: Pride Week, #Actlocal & Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

29th June 2015


imageresizer-1What: Bristol Pride Week // Where: Various // When: Sat 4th – Sun 12th July  // Cost: £Various

A week of celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in Bristol.

The week-long festival will see a diverse range of events including a comedy night, sports fun day, dog show, Stonewall conference and theatre night featuring specially curated performances from Bierkeller Theatre and the award winning Confessions Of A Rabbi’s Daughter.

Pride week is also host to the Bristol Pride film festival at the Watershed and will feature specially selected, and award winning, films.

To find out more click here.


Film Screenings of #Actlocal // Sat 4th July (showings @ 11am/2pm/4pm) // Cost: Free

imageresizer-2Konichiwa PR asked 15 businesses around the city why people should support them.

The #ACTLOCAL documentary will be shown for the first time at Co-LAB on ‘National Independents Day’.

Featuring 15 of Bristol’s best-loved and undiscovered independents, including Bearpit Social, East Bristol Bakery, Co-LAB, Extract Coffee Roasters, The Kitchen, Bristol Eats Collective and more..

Please join to see what some of Bristol’s best-loved and undiscovered independents are up to; giving an insight into the people behind these businesses, and the drive and passion which makes them unique.

To find out more then click here.

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience @ Radisson Blu Hotel // Fri 3rd July (7pm) // Cost: £55

This globetrotting show is truly quite legendary, selling out at venues like the Royal Albert Hall and Sydney Opera House. It continues to tour the world in 2015 – and for one night only the ! show lands on Bristol!

Waited upon by Basil, Sybil and Manuel, this is fully immersive, highly improvised and site-specific comedy theatre at its best. Only a third of the show scripted, so anything can happen as you take a seat in the ‘Fawlty Towers’ restaurant…

Expect all the best gags, shambolic service and a ‘70s style 3-course meal in top end entertainment that’s not to be missed. Just don’t mention the war! Internationally acclaimed by audiences and critics alike.

To find out more click here.

Kevin McGough