Competition – Win a £250 Merc Clothing Voucher!!!

January 31st, 2009

Red Stripe Music Awards Showcase 2009
Friday 6th February 2009 @ The Croft
Featuring Performances From: Fortune Drive, First Degree Burns, Yes Sir Boss, Roxy’s Wardrobe


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Finding Christmas Love

December 15th, 2008

With Christmas approaching, the thorny issue of festive love always arises. Anyone can roughly divide their friends into the ‘I watch Love Actually and feel pathetically envious’ ones and the ‘fuck fucking Christmas, I’ll be broody’ types. From my experience, people will go through recurring cycles of transition between these two admittedly wonderful attitudes in the months leading up to the, now 2009th, birth of the most troublesome baby in history.

Getting Christmas Love Strategies:

Try standing awkwardly under mistletoe at the office party until someone takes pity or until you see someone on the other side of the room doing the same and you realise what a desperate lemon they/you look.

There’s no time to waste so catch prospective partners’ eyes by wearing the wedding-cake-like extravaganza dress – remember there is no limit to red taffeta/cleavage/bows/glitter wearing during Christmas.
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Art Preview - PRSC’s 1st Art Auction

December 12th, 2008

Exhibiting from Saturday 13th until Thursday 18th December 2008 @ PRSC HQ

All locally produced work – all starting ay just 99p – NO RESERVE!
At the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft HQ: 35 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Opening Party: 7pm - 10pm Friday 12th December 2008
Closing Party: 7pm Friday 19th December 2008
Final bids and announcement of winners 9pm
Some free drinks…

www.prsc.org.uk

Festive Fashion

December 9th, 2008

By Heidi Gough

Katie Williams, 20
Military Coat - Aflex Palace, Manchester, £25
Describe your style: Individualist
Christmas Wish List: Vivienne Westwood couture coat
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Art Preview - 12 Days of Xmas

December 9th, 2008

Friday 12th until Tuesday 23rd December 2008 @ 15 -19 Stokes Croft

www.12daysofxmas.co.uk

All I want for Christmas is…

December 5th, 2008

The SY family reveal what they want in their stockings!

Anna L
Ok, for Christmas I either want a shisha with banana-flavoured tobacco or a 1950s telephone where you have to turn the keys around to dial a number.

Freya
A wooden chess set, an antique ring and The Lord of the Rings book - special hard back edition, with maps and cool extras.

Matt
A big, new dressing gown, with my initials on the back.


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Art Preview – Big and Small: Photography

November 28th, 2008

Saturday 29th November to Saturday 6th December 2008 @ Photographique Gallery, Baldwin Street

Photographique’s latest Fine Art Photography Exhibition ‘Big and Small’ combines local talents in the battle of the sizes!


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The Green Room – The Organic Hair Salon

November 21st, 2008

I hadn’t had my hair cut in over a year, as you can imagine the end result of this was that all my ends were split and a different colour to the roots, purely from extended exposure to sunlight. I wanted to get a proper haircut to alleviate the stress that having really crap hair induces and conveniently The Green Room opened (or should I say re-opened) recently on Gloucester Road.

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Highrise – Everyone Loves a Good T-shirt

November 18th, 2008

If you are into music and are after a top quality t-shirt then you need to look no further than Highrise Clothing. This new Bristol based brand was born out of an incredible passion for music and a complete disregard for the latest fashions and trends.

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Art Review - Inkygoodness 2: Hopes and Fears

November 18th, 2008

Saturday 15th till Thursday 27th November 2008 @ Centrespace Gallery

Featuring Work From: James Bourne, Dave Bain, Seb Burnett, Andy Council, Lisa Hassell, Anna Higgie, Couscous Kid, Ainsley Knott, Simon David Mills, Ben Newman, Vicky Newman, Paul Roberts, Mike O’Shea, Michelle Turton Louise Tyers, DocVek

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