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WHATS ON / BRISTOL / Sunday 8th March 2020

What's On Sunday 8th March — in Bristol

A complete list of live music and nightlife for Sunday 8th March.

From today's events

“Join us on Sunday 8th March for French violinist Claire Northey, who brings an air of the North African coast to the UK. Between trip hop and world music, with looped beats & vocals, Claire’s music is inspired by her time writing for theatre productions in France, Egypt and Morocco. She performs solo or with guest horn player Nick Oakley who features on her debut album Mavromati. 6pm start, free entry.”

For all 20 events on Sunday 8th — See the left hand column.

Rough Trade Bristol
Team Love X LSTD // Supporting the Next Generation
Team Love & Love Saves The Day have teamed up in Supporting The Next Generation this International Womxn's Day.
Oldfield Park Bookshop
Music + Poetry for International Women's Day
Music + Poetry for International Women's Day in the cosy, intimate setting of the Oldfield Park Bookshop
Bristol Folk House
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman
World class duo celebrate 25 years of making folk music together
Rough Trade Bristol
Porridge Radio
Live + Signing (On Stage 7.30pm)
The Canteen
Hands of the Heron
Hands of the Heron celebrate IWD at The Canteen
The Hare on the Hill
Claire Northey at the Hare on the Hill
Claire Northey brings an air of the North African coast to the UK - somewhere between trip hop and world music - with looped beats & vocals
The Gallimaufry
Simiah (Live)
Deep, soulful instrumental Hip Hop
The Stag And Hounds
Felix Barnes Plays Songs from Swinging Italy
Top trumpeter guests at the stags weekly Jazz Jam
Jam Jar
That Int Woman's Day Thing with Lucy Stoner + more
San Francisco's aggressive booty merchant makes her Bristol debut, heading an all female line up to mark International Women's Day
Bristols longest running reggae night!
Zed Alley
Punka presents: International Women's Day Show
Fierce and fabulous performances and music from some of Bristol's most creative womxn!
The Loco Klub
The Pied Piper of Hamelin reimagined through live music and shadow puppetry
The Tobacco Factory
Matt Winnin: It's the End of the World as We Know
A comedy lecture about coping with climate change and what we can do about it, from environmental researcher and comedian Dr Matt Winning
Malcolm X Centre
Bristol Transformed x National Food Service Meal
This is the add-on ticket for the BT x NFS meal during the festival
The Boardroom
Learn to Dance Blues in a Day
Learn to Blues Dance in a Day