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Category Archives: Ashton Court
Watershed supremo and Old Vic boss elect, Dick Penny’s brave new dawn to bring our fine old theatre into the 21st century, due to commence at 6.00pm this evening collapsed into chaos at, er … approximately 5.59pm this evening when … Continue reading
New community festival for 2008! A brand new festival is being organised for 2008 by volunteers who feel it’s what the community needs, especially in light of the unfortunate demise of the Bristol Community Festival (at Ashton Court). Built from … Continue reading
Is that an audible cheer we hear coming from the Council House? The Blogger’s received this email from so many sources that it seems like half the council’s staff are just sitting about waiting for senior officers to finally do … Continue reading
Dunno who this lot are yet or how legit they might be… They sound dancier than the old crowd though and want to organise a music festival at Ashton Court next year and are raising money to do it.
Evelyn Post is The Bristol Blogger’s resident cartoonist. He has a woman’s name. The Bristol Blogger is away until Friday.
Here’s their website at 2.00pm today. They haven’t even got around to announcing it’s cancelled yet! Should guarantee a good few more disappointed punters at the site than necessary though.
It had to end like this. The signs were all screaming at them – the debt, the flawed business model, the lack of public support, the insulting PR, the cheerleading local press more concerned with helping out mates than objective … Continue reading
At last. It’s here. The weekend of the inaugural New Ashton Court Festival of Dadrock is at last upon us. And here at The Blogger we’re ready to party. So if anyone knows where we can find a party this … Continue reading
I reckon that Madonna might have a bright future in the music business. She put all those whiny public school pratts – Razorlight, Kasabian, Blunt etc. – who are supposed to be the cream of British music industry to shame. … Continue reading