What's On This November
Wildlife Photographer of the year at M Shed:
The acclaimed wildlife photography exhibition from the Natural History Museum is back for 2018 at M Shed.
From breathtaking animal portraits and dramatic landscapes, to bizarre species and endangered habitats, this exhibition showcases the most arresting and spectacular images of our natural world.
Launching in 1965 and attracting 361 entries, today the competition receives thousands of entries every year from 96 countries.
Once again M Shed is proud to premier the 2018 exhibition in collaboration with the Natural History Museum.
Bristol Keyboard Festival at St George's:
Pianos - and keyboards of all shapes and sizes - have been at the heart of St George's from the very start, joining the dots in a programme that roams across endless styles and ages of music.
Remarkably, these most extraordinary of instruments have never had their own frestival - until now!
What better way to celebrate the recent transformation of St George's than with the launch of this new Bristol Keyboard Festival.
Join for this non-stop, week-long festival as St George looks back over their shoulder to where the keyboard first started and fast forward to the realm of future possibilities...
Banksy Street Art Tours:
Bristol’s renowned for a history steeped in street art. It's one of most famous attractions and hunting it out is a fun way to discover the city’s unique creative culture. Whilst Banksy's work has popped up all over the world, Bristol is still the most iconic for his work.
There are plenty of tours and guides that help you easily navigate Banksy's artworks in his hometown, Bristol. There are a number of Banksy original pieces located throughout the city, although another could pop up at any time! Plus you can download a Banksy app if you fancy going solo!
166 Annual Open Exhibition at RWA:
The RWA's renowned Annual Open Exhibition returns for its 166th year with a stunning variety of work from emerging and established artists.
This dynamic and varied exhibition invites painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation and mixed media submissions and is a showcase of some of the most exciting artists from across the country and beyond.
All work is for sale, making the Annual Open a perfect opportunity to discover new artists or invest in well-known names.
With four hotels in the heart of Clifton, we can find the perfect accomodation for you to explore all Bristol has to offer this autumn.
Posted on 29th October 2018 by Nathalie Crease