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What’s on 6 APR – 6 MAY cfxxFAMILY FUN


ONGOING CINEBABIES Fancy watching a grown-up movie, but stuck with a baby under 12 months? Don’t mind the sound of other people’s kids babbling away? Watershed have special screenings of their current releases especially for you (watershed.co.uk)


6-19 APRIL CINEKIDS: A CA


T IN P ARIS


Animated Oscar®-nominated film, followed by a stop-animation workshop (watershed.co.uk)


7-8 APRIL WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLA F


ACTORY TE


The Gene Wilder one, not the Depp. Which was best? We couldn’t possibly say (but the Candyman might) watershed.co.uk


CONCERTS


7 APRIL TINARIWEN The former guerilla fighters from the Sahara traded in their guns for guitars when they discovered Jimi Hendrix. As you do. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


11 APRIL NEW YORK STANDARDS QUINTET Jazz standards, but with a contemporary edge. Colston Hall; (colstonhall.org)


14 APRIL WRECK OF THE TITANIC Special performance of the classic piece by David Bedford. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


BRISTOL CLASSICAL PLAYERS The Russian series concludes; St George’s (stgeorgesbristol.com)


15 APRIL SIMON FOWLER The Ocean Colour Scene man tours to support his new album. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


DAVID CHRISTOPHERSEN


The Danish pianist plays Prokofiev and more. St George’s (stgeorgesbristol.com)


19 APRIL BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . present Carmina Burana. Drink, love, sex and the overbearing burden of fate. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


20 APRIL JOHN RENBOURN & ROBIN WILLIAMSON Unmissable for all folk and blues fans. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


JULIAN LLOYD WEBBER The virtuoso cellist, backed by the European Union Chamber Orchestra. St George’s (stgeorgesbristol.com)


23 APRIL SIR WILLARD WHITE The bass baritone in a special St George’s Day concert. St George’s (stgeorgesbristol.com)


24 APRIL SOLID SILVER 60S SHOW


n Martin Harley Band, The Fleece, 27 April www.mediaclash.co.uk Clifton Life 27


Bask in the nostalgic glow induced by Peter Noone, Brian Hyland et al. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


27 APRIL MARTIN HARLEY BAND This acoustic trio are achieving cult status with live music fans worldwide; thefleece.co.uk


JETHRO TULL’S IAN ANDERSON Tull frontman revives his Thick as a Brick concept album. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


3 MAY BRISTOL ENSEMBLE Beethoven and Cello concerto


with Matthew Barley. Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


4 MAY ORCHESTRA OF THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT ‘Britain’s best period-instrument ensemble’ take on Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. St George’s (stgeorgesbristol.com)


5-7 MAY BRISTOL FOLK FESTIVAL Some of the biggest names in folk music including Show of Hands, Cara Dillion and the legendary Afro Celt Sound System. (colstonhall.org)


UNTIL 22 APRIL BRISTOL ZOO Join in the Zoo’s free golden egg hunt; there will be 10 golden eggs hidden altogether. Over the Easter weekend kids can also meet mascot, Larry the Lemur, who will be wandering around the Zoo. And check out the cute new baby meerkats. . . (bristolzoo.org.uk)


10 APRIL & 1 MAY SEA HEAR Join professional storyteller Sarah Mooney for adventures of the high seas (3 to 4 year olds); SS Great Britain (ssgreatbritain.org)


21 APRIL CINÉKIDS SHORTS: JIRI TRNKA RESTROSPECTIVE Five of Trnka’s best shorts for kids, followed by a free paper puppet workshop. Watershed (watershed.co.uk)


COMEDY


13 APRIL HAVE YOU HAD IT LONG, MADAM? An irreverent but affectionate glimpse behind the scenes of The Antiques Roadshow. St George’s Bristol (stgeorgesbristol.co.uk)


27 APRIL STEWART FRANCIS The star of Mock The W Michael McIntyre’


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and Live At The Apollo, brings his new tour to Colston Hall; colstonhall.org


Coming soon: 10 MAY


RHOD GILBERT Not just the funniest man in Wales but the whole of UK and quite possibly the universe. Which is why the show is already sold out – beg for return tickets, Colston Hall (colstonhall.org)


n Rhod Gilbert, the funniest man in the universe, brings his new tour to the Colston Hall (10 May)


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