Live listings, October 28
PUBLISHED: 10:55 28 October 2010 | UPDATED: 11:52 28 October 2010
LIVE MUSIC, THEATRE and CINEMA listings
Catherine’s Inn, Purn Way - call 01934 812275.
Oct 30, 9pm: THE JD EXPERIENCE.
Locking Village Hall, Grenville Avenue - call 01934 822452.
Oct 30: THE NEW RIGGED SHIP CEILIDH BAND.
Back Bar, High Street - call 01934 621370.
Oct 29: THE LIPINSKI BAND. Oct 30: A BOX OF FROGS.
Scally’s, Carlton Street - call 01934 412541.
Oct 29: ODDLOT. Oct 30: HUSH.
The Raglan Arms, Upper Church Road - call 01934 624189.
Oct 30: HALLOWEEN PARTY. Oct 31: ITCH.
The London Oak, High Street - call 01934 614545.
Oct 29: CLASSIC GOLD. Nov 2: ACOUSTIC NIGHT.
Cheers Cider House, High Street - call 01934 621370.
Oct 28: ACOUSTIC NIGHT.
The Royal Hotel, South Parade - call 01934 423100.
Oct 30: SARAH EVANS.
The London Inn, High Street - call 01934 620387.
Oct 28: ALEX LIPINSKI. Oct 30: HALLOWEEN PARTY. Oct 31: HALLOWEEN JAM NIGHT. Nov 3: ACOUSTIC NIGHT.
Hollywoods, Boulevard - call 01934 424600.
Oct 29: STEVE MITCHELL.
Decades, Carlton Street - call 01934 645533.
Oct 29: GOLDBLADE, THE FANZINES.
The Bottle Bar, West Street - call 07795 424159.
Oct 29: RYAN INGLIS. Oct 30: ADAM LIPINSKI.
Colston Hall, Colston Street - call 0117 922 3686 (advance ticket prices shown).
Oct 29, £25: MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER. Oct 29, £18: FRANCIS DUNNERY. Oct 30, £37.50: THE DOOBIE BROTHERS. Oct 30, £13.50: LAU. Oct 31, £29.50: OMD. Nov 1, £29.50-32.50: THE ANDERSON WAKEMAN PROJECT. Nov 3, £11: JOHN KIRKPATRICK. Nov 6, £10: FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE. Nov 7, £15: MARTIN SIMPSON. Nov 11, £13.50: THE FRANK VIGNOLA TRIO. Nov 12, £8-23: BSO - MICHAEL NYMAN: AN ANTHOLOGY. Nov 13, £12.50: CLAIRE MARTIN.
02 Academy, Frogmore Street - call 0117 927 9227 (advance ticket prices shown).
Oct 28, £7: IT JUST GOT BIGGA TOUR - PRINCESS NYAH, GRIMINAL, MARVELL BOYZ, WRETCH32. Oct 29, £12: TINIE TEMPAH, CHIDDY BANG, BLUEY ROBINSON. Oct 30, £10: MR SCRUFF. Oct 31, £15: YANN TIERSEN, LONSKI AND CLASSEN. Nov 1, £5: JODY HAS A HITLIST, SAVE YOUR BREATH. Nov 2, £12.50: THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, ROB TOMASSI, THE OCEAN. Nov 3, £18: THE EASTPAK ANTIDOTE TOUR: SUM 41, BLACK PACIFIC, RIVERBOAT GAMBLERS, VEARA. Nov 4, £14: FOALS. Nov 5, £10: THE COMPLETE STONE ROSES, KINGS OF LYON. Nov 6, £12.50: CHROMEO, MIDNIGHT
JUGGERNAUTS. Nov 7, £17.50: NOUVELLE VAGUE. Nov 9, £22.50: GOLDFRAPP. Nov 10, £15: LESS THAN JAKE, ZEBRAHEAD. Nov 12, £17: DEVILDRIVER, 36 CRAZYFISTS, ELUVEITIE, IDIOM. Nov 14, £tbc: JIMMY EAT WORLD.
Anson Rooms, University Students’ Union, Queens Road, Clifton - call 0117 954 5830 (advance ticket prices shown).
Nov 3, £11: STORNAWAY. Nov 6, £17.50: THE DIVINE COMEDY. Nov 9, £12.50: MYSTERY JETS.
The Thekla, The Grove, East Mud Dock - call 0117 929 3301 (advance ticket prices shown).
Oct 28, £3: DUTCH UNCLES. Oct 30, £10: ONE NIGHT ONLY, THE CHEEK. Nov 2, £13: !!!, THE HUNDRED IN THE HANDS. Nov 3, £7: JAMES YUILL, SILVER COLUMNS. Nov 6, £12.50: MICAH P HENSON, SERAFINA STEER. Nov 7, £7.50: CLOUD NOTHINGS, VERONICA FALLS. Nov 9, £6: HAFDIS HULD. Nov 11, £8: MEN. Nov 11, £3: MAY68. Nov 13, £10: 3 DAFT MONKEYS. Nov 14, £10: OCEANSIZE, TUBELORDS, MOJO FURY.
The Fleece, St Thomas Street - call 0117 945 0996 (advance ticket prices shown).
Oct 28, £15: SICK OF IT ALL, MADBALL, NO WARNING SHOT. Oct 29, £12.50: THE DUKE & THE KING. Oct 30, £5: Gimme Shelter! presents CALL THE DOCTOR. Oct 31, £7: RANDOM HAND, THE JB CONSPIRACY, NEW RIOT. Nov 1, £7: THE CHAP, DINOSAUR OUTFIT, IDRCHITECTURE. Nov 2, £5: Distorted Breed, Big Num, THE
HOOKERS. Nov 3, £5: 12 Dirty Bullets, KNOW BUSSES, BRAVO SIERRA. Nov 5, £10: 999, The Pigs, The Lone Sharks. Nov 6, £8: Left Side Brain, CARS ON FIRE, DUTCH SCULTZ, OXYGEN THIEF, FREEZE THE ATLANTIC, GU MEDICINE.
The Playhouse, High Street - call 01934 645544.
Until Oct 30: My Fair Lady. Weston Operatic Society present Lerner and Loewe’s spectacular, one of the best known and best loved of all the stage musicals. Come and enjoy all the wonderful songs that are so familiar, as a talented cast of seasoned regulars and exciting newcomers bring the musical version of Shaw’s play Pygmalion to life on the stage.
Oct 31: Charlie Landsborough. Sometimes folk, sometimes country, sometimes rock ‘n’ roll, sometimes gospel; Charlie is hard to categorise. Having won just about every award in the UK country scene however, he is undoubtedly an immensely talented performer who is not to be missed.
Nov 3: Maximum Rhythm ‘n’ Blues. An all-star line up featuring The Manfreds with original members Paul Jones, Mike D’Abo, Tom McGuinness and Mike Hugg and their special guests Alan Price and Cliff Bennett.
Nov 4: Robin Hood (film). Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and William Hurt star in Ridley Scott’s stunning movie about the untold story of the man behind the legend.
Nov 5: Marty Wilde. Original ‘dreamboats’, Marty Wilde, Eden Kane, and Jet Harris, along with Roxy Wilde and the Wildcats, join forces in a spectacular show that will prove they were simply born to rock ‘n’ roll.
Nov 6: The Vagina Monologues. Based on author Eve Ensler’s ‘Vagina Interviews’ conducted with women from all around the world, this hilariously witty and moving collection of tales gives voice to a chorus of lusty, outrageous, poignant, brave and thoroughly human stories.
Nov 7: Joe Longthorne. The internationally known singer and vocal impressionist, whose big break came in 1981 when he was a finalist on London Weekend Television’s Search for a Star, returns in his latest stage spectacular.
Nov 9: Rich Hall. Edinburgh fringe favourite and Perrier Award winner Rich Hall has most recently been seen wowing audiences at both Channel 4’s ‘Comedy Gala’ at the O2 and at the Comedy Benefit at the Royal Albert Hall. Rich will be performing in his usual style as the grouchy, deadpan comic genius.
The Hippodrome, St Augustine’s Parade - call 0844 847 2325.
Until Oct 30: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Bristol Light Opera Club presents Disney’s classic fairytale, packed with a cast of magical characters and memorable music.
Nov 2-Dec 4: THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Connie Fisher returns as Maria in the world’s best-loved musical. Starring alongside her are two of the UK’s favourite stage performers; Michael Praed as Captain von Trapp and Marilyn Hill Smith as Mother Abbess. This lavish, critically acclaimed production tells the uplifting true story of the Von Trapp family’s flight across the mountains and will delight young and old alike.
Colston Hall, Colston Street: Box office - 0117 922 3686.
Nov 4: ROSS NOBLE. Back from his travels, and his own TV show, one of the world’s finest comics is ready to spin forth more hilarious nonsense for your enjoyment.
Nov 7: JIMMY CARR - LAUGHTER THERAPY. The host of Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats returns with his ninth solo show.
Theatre Royal, Sawclose: Box office - 01225 448844.
Until Oct 31: Ben Hur. Imagine legions of Roman soldiers on the march, a journey across deserts, a battle fought on the high seas and all the danger and thrilling atmosphere of a chariot race. In an event which will surpass belief, a huge cast, including a prodigious choir, will create one of the most visually exciting and theatrically impressive productions your family is ever likely to see.
Nov 3-13: Blithe Spirit. When Blithe Spirit opened in 1941 it played for over 2,000 performances and it has been one of the world’s favourite comedies ever since. Its razor-sharp wit and wonderful characters have continued to raise spirits both in the audience and on stage. Coward’s supernatual classic now plays Bath prior to a West End opening. Alison Steadman stars.
The Odeon, The Centre: Telephone
0871 22 44 007.
Alpha and Omega (U): Fri-Sun 11am & 12.45pm. Despicable Me 2D (U): Fri-Sun 12pm. Despicable Me 3D (U): Fri-Sun 2pm & 4pm. Mon 12.40pm & 2.40pm. Tue-Thur 2.40pm. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ha’Hoole 3D (PG): Fri-Sun 11.45am. Paranormal Activity 2 (15): Fri-Sun 1.30pm, 3.40pm, 5.50pm, 8pm &10.20pm. Mon 12.15pm, 2.20pm, 4.30pm, 6.40pm & 8.50pm. Tue-Thur 2.20pm, 4.30pm, 6.40pm & 8.50pm. Red (12A): Fri-Sun 2.30pm, 5pm, 7.30pm & 10pm. Mon 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm & 8.30pm.
Tue-Thur 3.30pm, 6pm & 8.30pm. Saw VII 3D (18): Fri-Sun 6.10pm, 8.20pm & 10.30pm.
Mon-Thur 4.40pm, 6.50pm & 9pm. The Social Network (12A): Fri-Sun 1.50pm, 4.30pm, 7.10pm & 9.50pm. Mon 12.30pm, 3.05pm, 5.45pm & 8.20pm. Tue-Thur 3.05pm, 5.45pm & 8.20pm. Shrek: The Final Chapter (U): Fri-Sun 10.50am.
Ritz Cinema, Victoria Street: For details, ring 01278 794123.
Saw VII 3D (18): Daily 8.25pm. Fri, Sat & Sun 6.25pm & 8.25pm. Wed 2.15pm & 8.25pm. Vampires Suck (12A): Daily 8pm. Fri, Sat & Sun 3.55pm & 8pm. Wed 2.45pm & 8pm. Despicable Me 3D (U): Fri, Sat & Sun 4.20pm. Alpha and Omega 3D (U): Fri, Sat & Sun 2.20pm, Tues-Thur 6.25pm. Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (PG). Daily 5.50pm. Fri, Sat & Sun 1.45pm & 5.50pm. Reel Issues Presents – Changing Lanes (15): Mon 7pm. Eat Pray Love (PG): Thur 10.30am. Made in Dagenham (15): Thur 10.45am.
Cineworld, Hengrove Leisure Park: For details, ring the 24-hour information line on 0871 200 8000.
Paranormal Activity 2 (15). Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole 3D (PG). Despicable Me, 2D and 3D (U). Easy A (15). The Social Network (12A). Alpha and Omega 3D (U). Red (12A). Vampires Suck (12A). Let Me In (15). Burke and Hare (15). Saw VII 3D (18). The Kids Are All Right (TBC). Africa United (12A). Ramona and Beezus (U). Life As We Know It (12A). Mr Nice (18). Made in Dagenham (15). The Other Guys (12A). Marmaduke (U). Tooth Fairy (PG). The Princess and the Frog (U). Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs (U).
The Odeon, off junction 25 of the M5: For details, ring 0871 22 44 007.
Alpha and Omega 3D (U). Burke and Hare (15). Despicable Me 2D and 3D (U). Easy A (15). Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole 3D (PG). Let Me In (15). Made in Dagenham (15). Paranormal Activity 2 (15). Red (12A).