The Bristol Fringe

Bar in Clifton with regular live music.


The Bristol Fringe is a small bar and live music venue in Clifton. Live music can be found regularly in the front bar while the Bristol Fringe's back room is host to intimate gigs a couple of times a month. The front room / bar is always free while entry to gigs in the back room ranges from £3 to £6. Live music usually starts around 9pm and The Bristol Fringe is open until midnight except on Fridays and Saturdays when the venue remains open until 1am.

The music policy at the Bristol fringe is diverse with previous bands including Vamos, Andy Sheppard, Muff Said and Jake Mclurchie.

What's On At The Bristol Fringe

Max to the Max Pub Quiz at The Bristol Fringe
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comedy pub quiz
Gloria’s Seven Deadly Sins at The Bristol Fringe
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theatre comedy cabaret circus
Bill Smarme Rock N Roll Trio at The Bristol Fringe
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glam rock pub rock soft rock classic rock alternative rock
The Randy Swindlers at The Bristol Fringe
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classic rock country blues swing comedy
The Shed at Bristol Fringe at The Bristol Fringe
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bebop contemporary jazz contemporary classical jazz
Tammy Payne Quintet at The Bristol Fringe
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latin jazz jazz
James Morton & Tony Rémy at The Bristol Fringe
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contemporary jazz blues jazz soul funk
Huw V Williams' Di-Cysgodion at The Bristol Fringe
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contemporary jazz
Chris Webb - Album release party at The Bristol Fringe
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folk singer-songwriter
Phil Dawson Quintet at The Bristol Fringe
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contemporary jazz latin jazz afrobeat
Sarah Larkham at The Bristol Fringe
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folk singer-songwriter

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