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WHAT’S ON 30 October30 November



INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION The Royal Photographic Society’s gallery is currently closed, but you can still view the 162nd outing for the world’s longest running photography exhibition virtually, and admire the work of 43 international photographers. SUGAR PAPER THEORIES: Meanwhile, also at the RPS, the icecool Sugar Paper Theories is a true-life Nordic noir as Bristol photographer Jack Latham chronicles the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history.

Until I November

HASSAN HAJJAJ: THE PATH Hassan’s colour-bomb of an exhibition explodes into the cool space of rnolfini CENTRE OF GRAVITY Soapworks hosts work by over 60 Bristol artists, in a monthlong programme of visual arts, performance, talks and events.

Until 22 November

CHANTAL JOFFE: FOR ESMÉ – WITH LOVE AND SQUALOR Inspired by the Salinger short story, the exhibition captures the changing faces of Chantal and Esmé as they move between mother and daughter, love and squalor, and the act of care and being cared for.

Until 20 December

CHRIS KILLIP: THE STATION The recently deceased Killip’s vivid photographic document of the style, theatricality and raw energy of the anarcho-punk movement w ic ouris ed under atc er

Until 17 January 2021

DENZIL FORRESTER: ITCHIN & SCRATCHIN Denzil’s paintings capture the vibrant energy of the dimly lit dance halls of 1980s London and today’s open-air clu s of a aica

Until 28 February 2021

DO YOU BELIEVE IN MAGIC? Bristol Museum takes a look at the way that magic has been used to eal urt and ar down t e ages


Until 5 April 2021

BEING HUMAN Can art capture what it is to be human? Many notable sculptors a e ad a go see t e results at ristol useu

Until 3 May 2021

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR This year’s batch of jaw-dropping, thought-provoking, wild-in-toothand-claw winning shots from the world of nature at ed as per

5-21 November

ELAINE JONES: CLOSER TO HOME Embracing natural forms, Elaine’s ethereal, restless paintings conjure the colour, space and feel of places that are closer to home, yet still speak of boundless depth and far distance. t lifton onte porary rt

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e irtual trail o ers a c ance to interact with artists, learn about their making techniques, and buy their artwork direct any artists also ope to open their homes and studios IRL over the weekend, rules permitting..


Until 2 November

PRESS PLAY Six new digital audio plays, short fil s and a co unity audio and taste project from Bristol-based, fe ale-led duo opelei free to stream at

Until 30 November

PERICLES Shakespeare’s wildest tale – adventure, shipwreck, corruption and romance on the high seas. From Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, directed by Andrew Hilton: online

30/31 Oct, 6/7 November SHERLOCK IN HOMES Don your virtual deerstalker, grab a note ook and stick t e kettle on it’s time to Zoom in on a murder mystery via

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