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Clifton Life 07 Spotlight


ISSUE 140 APRIL 2012


46 Bread file


Head-turning fashion, mini-Jaws at Bristol Aquarium and an opportunity to sample Matthew Fort and Tom Parker Bowles’s scratchings. Yes, you read that right


12 Invitation only This issue, we’re mostly covering Bristol Fashion Week


58 19 Time out


These days, many hen and stag dos are in the best possible taste, reports Sam Meek Welsh


25 Objects of desire Hope in Hell, by Dan Baldwin at Innocent Fine Art


26 What’s on


Stacks to keep you entertained during Easter holiday season


32 The arts


Bristol Old Vic’s Simon Godwin on why he decided to take on a Beckett/Pinter double bill; and Paul Gough analyses the Banksy effect


38 Restaurant We abandon our urban comfort zone and set the sat nav for the Somerset countryside


41 Recipes for success Healthy and hot is the order of the day from Zen Harbourside


42 Happy hour We’ve got a spring-like spin on gin


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45 Food festival Get the lowdown on Eat Drink Bristol Fashion


Find out why the fabulous Baker Brothers are the best thing since sliced bread


50 Ed’s choice Dig for victory; it’s garden season


54 Window shopping Take a look inside Bristol’s newest ethical shop: 71 Queen’s Road


56 Try 5


Think all hairdressers are much the same? Think again says Reema Bhatt


58 Fashion Prints are hot for spring


65 School days Teaching outside the classroom is key when it comes to learning foreign languages


66 Great escapes Mal Rogers heads for one of Europe’s most stylish haunts


69 Business news The latest from Bristol’s business community


83 Clifton property Wendy Lyne explains why Mandarin Stone’s range has become a fixture of kitchens and bathrooms across the city, and explores a house in Backwell that’s crammed with period features


106 Clifton lives Meet one of the UK’s most promising young racing drivers, Dino Zamparelli


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