10 things to do this week in Bristol, April 8-14

Bristol Culture

Monday: Laydeez Do Comics, Foyles
Featuring guests Joff Winterhart, author of Days of the Bagnold Summer; illustrator Hannah Berry; and Rosie Faragher, creator of LOAf magazine.

Tuesday: North Bristol Foodbank trolley push
The Foodbank Trolley Push sees a trolley travelling more than 3,000 miles around the UK, starting in Bristol at 1pm near Horfield Baptist Church.

Wednesday-Saturday: Conviction, Bristol Old Vic
Guilty Party’s debut production coming out of the Made in Bristol project from the Bristol Old Vic Young Company is inspired by an escape from a maximum security prison.

Wednesday: An Evening With Roger Cook, St George’s
Born in Fishponds, Roger Cook has written and produced hundreds of hit songs, and is the only British songwriter ever to enter The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Thursday & Friday: Back to Skool, ArtSpace College
ArtSpace Lifespace have occupied the City of Bristol College site on Marksbury Road…

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