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Celebrate Chinese New Year in BristolCelebrate Chinese New Year
This year it is the turn of the Year of The Dog 2018 in Bristol and Bristol is celebrating the Chinese New Year this weekend with lion dance and kung fu performances at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Little China Town Bristol, Genting Casino and Wai Yee Hong Eastgate Oriental City. Click here to read the details.
 
 
The Bristol Ladies EventHave you got your ticket to The Bristol Ladies Event?
Join us on 8th February 2018 in aid of the Cheltenham & Gloucester Hospitals Charity. Enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival, a wonderful supper and an evening of some serious fun. Hosted by comedienne Becky Walsh. She will be talking to some inspirational women including International Showjumper Anna Power. The evening will include wine tasting, a live fashion show, nutritional, interiors and decor advice. There will be beautiful pieces available to try and buy from jewellery company Stella & Dot and Interior specialist AbFab. This event has unfortunately been postponed.
 
Bristol AquariumPirates and Mermaids
Take on ’argh’ pirate treasure trail, get involved with your hands (and peg legs!) with our daily activities and learn more about the creatures that live in the seven seas! Plus meet a real life Mermaid on Saturdays and Sundays during February Half Term, come and listen to her ’tails’ of life beneath the waves! 10th - 25th February. 10:00 am – 5:00pm Bristol Aquarium, Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5TT. Details
 
Redgrave TheatreBeowulf
Nine year old Sophie knows the story of Beowulf well. She has enjoyed sharing it many times with her mother, a professor of Old English. Together they have even learned to read a language that no one has spoken in this country for over nine hundred years. But Sophie is fighting monsters of her own, monsters every bit as terrifying as those that Beowulf must face. Her mother is dying, and Sophie’s life is changing beyond her control. 3rd - 10th February. Redgrave Theatre, Percival Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3LE. Details.
 
Brunel’s SS Great BritainVictorian Half Term
Hop aboard Brunel’s SS Great Britain this February half term and become a part of its amazing story. Step into the shoes of the passengers and crew who lived and worked on the ship with our brand new Boarding Cards. Meet people from the era as the Ragged Victorians and costumed characters bring the ship and dockyard to life throughout the holiday. 10th - 18th February. Brunel’s SS Great Britain, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, BS1 6TY
 
Stand Up For The WeekendDiesel Locomotives Half Term
This half term Avon Valley Railway will be running their collection of historic diesel locomotives on Saturday 10th to Sunday 11th, Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th, Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th. Avon Valley Steam Railway Bitton Railway Station Bath Road Bitton BS30 6HD Details
 
Yate Shopping CentrePaw Patrol
Meet and Greet and Story Time Sessions on the 15th February 2018. Yate Shopping Centre, Yate, South Gloucestershire, BS37 4AP. Details
 
 
80’s Valentine School Disco80’s Valentine School Disco
You are about to go on a nostalgic journey...A journey back to a time when Michael Jackson and Rick Astley were the Kings of Pop...A journey back to a time when bubble skirts, blue eye shadow and shoulder pads were cool...A journey back to a time when the Atari and Spectrum were cutting edge technology...That’s right kids...you are about to go on a journey... Back to the 80’s school disco, and as it is a Valentine Special make sure you’ve got your partner for the last dance because there will romance in the air 17th February Doors Open 7.30pm. The Tunnels, Arches 31 & 32, Bristol & Exeter Mews, Lower Station Approach Road, Temple Meads, Bristol. BS1 6QF Details
 
Seal at Colston HallSeal
The soul legend behind Killer and Kiss From A Rose returns to the Colston Hall stage for a night of old Hollywood glamour and “timeless classics” (Daily Telegraph). Multi-award winning Seal, whose career has spanned three decades and notched up 30 million record sales worldwide, will lend his “rich, luxurious voice” (London Evening Standard) to hits by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone and more. 18th February, 7.00pm. Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
 
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