Bristol, United Kingdom Travel Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. M5 horror crash: Police update on mother and two children involved in crash which left four deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2017 | Western Gazette

    Police have issued an update on the condition of a mother and two children following a fatal crash on the M5 South Gloucestershire. According to the Bristol Post , the three of them were taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries following the collision at M5 Junction 14 Falfield on Saturday, September 16. The incident happened after a lorry travelling southbound ploughed through the central reservation and collided with at least two other cars in the opposite carriageway.

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  2. One, Two Three Swing & #ILikeEverything; Installations...Read the original story

    Oct 3, 2017 | Archinect School Blog

    The first Tate Turbine Hall installation seventeen years ago featured the work of the surrealist Louise Bourgeois, since then, there have been many popular, bodily engaged installations such as Olafur Eliasson 's, Weather Project, and Carsten Holler's polished stainless steel slides . With this year's installation commissioned from the Danish art collective, Superflex , entitled 'One, Two Three Swing', the fun is back with an experiential attraction, a stimulation for body and mind.

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  3. UWE Bristol to host Cary Grant walking tour for national humanities festivalRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2017 | UWE News

    The University of the West of England will host a walking tour of Cary Grant's Bristol as part of the UK's only national festival of the humanities. Named Looking for Archie , the tour will take place in November as one of hundreds of events being organised across the UK for the Being Human 2017 festival.

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  4. Photo Flash: WICKED Flies into its 12th Year with Brand New Portrait PhotosRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2017 | BroadwayWorld.com

    WICKED, the smash hit musical that tells the incredible untold story of the Witches of Oz, flies into its 12th year at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre today . Recently acclaimed as "the must-see wonder of the West End" , the renowned musical will become the15th longest running show in London theatre history on 19 October 2017, when it surpasses the run of We Will Rock You.

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  5. 400,000 hit by new Ryanair cancellations to solve pilot crisisRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2017 | Manx Radio

    Ryanair has announced that it is cancelling thousands more flights, with up to around 400,000 passengers likely to be affected. The airline is also offering 315,000 customers who have already been affected a travel voucher worth up to a 80 for each trip cancelled because of its pilot shortage crisis.

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  6. Bristol student guide: 21 tips for making the most of the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2014 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    The ultimate student's guide to Bristol: where to go out, best cheap eats, coffee shops, arts and entertainment destinations and places to unwind As the home of Wallace & Gromit, Bristol is a deeply creative and cultural city, with its universities churning out some impressive alumni. Alongside the city's creativity is its heritage, including Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge and his 1843 S.S Great Britain liner docked in the city.

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  7. University professor, 62, mauled to death by WOLVESRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Celia Hollingworth made a frantic final phonecall to her family moments after she had been fatally wounded in a savage attack by a pack of stray dogs in Greece This is the retired Oxford University professor who made a frantic final phonecall to her family moments after she had been mauled in a savage attack by a pack of wolves in Greece . Celia Hollingworth, who had been staying at a guest house in the nearby town of Maroneia, phoned her family in Britain on Thursday to say she was injured although her remains were not found until 10.45am on Saturday.

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  8. Police expect M5 northbound to remain closed 'for most of today'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2017 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    THE M5 northbound is expected to remain closed for most of today following a multi-vehicle collision between Almondsbury and Thornbury yesterday that left four dead and a woman and two children in a life-threatening condition. The incident, which occurred around 2.30pm yesterday, saw a lorry cross through the central reservation from the southbound carriageway between junctions 15 and 14, hitting at least two cars before going off the edge on the other side.

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  9. Great Bristol Half Marathon: Why you will find some of Bristol's major roads closed todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2017 | Western Gazette

    For the second weekend in a row, there will be major road closures in the centre of Bristol. Last week, protest marches led to routes through the city being shut to traffic and today will see even more roads being affected.

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  10. 'Custom-made to foster hipness': Is Norwich going to be the new Notting Hill?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2017 | Evening News

    That is the question posed by a London nightclub owner and gallerist, who has been eyeing-up the Fine City to see if it is cool enough to be "the new somewhere else". Alex Proud, writing for The Sunday Times , headed to Norwich by train because he had been "hearing rumours that Norwich is having a moment, muscling in on hip and happening forerunners such as Notting Hill, Brighton, Shoreditch, Dalston, Peckham, Walthamstow, Deptford and Margate".

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  11. At least four dead and woman and two children left in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2017 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    AT LEAST four people have died and a woman and two children have been left in a life-threatening condition after a multi-vehicle collision on the M5 motorway between Almondsbury and Thornbury. At 2.30pm a lorry crossed through the central reservation from the southbound carriageway between junctions 15 and 14, hitting at least two cars before going off the edge on the other side.

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  12. The M5 is expected to remain closed late into the eveningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2017 | Western Gazette

    A number of other people have been taken to hospitals in the Bristol area following a horror crash on the M5 this afternoon . At least four people are believed to have died in the crash and the road is not expected to re-open for some time.

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  13. Travelling Bristol Rovers fans warned of M5 closures at BristolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2017 | This Is Bristol

    The horror smash on the M5 in South Gloucestershire happened at around 2.30pm today causing the closure of both carriageways Hundreds of Bristol Rovers fans who drove north today to support their side in the League One match against Wigan Athletic are being warned to make alternative travel plans following the closure of the M5.

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  14. Backpacker left with burns across entire body by tumour she called NormanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | Metro

    Harriet, in intensive care in February 2017, wearing cold gauzes used to give her a bed wash A woman who was burned alive by a rare skin condition triggered by a tumour has revealed that she gave it the nickname of Norman. Harriet Stuckey, 24, from Bridgewater, Somerset, was in Australia on a round-the world trip when she started feeling unwell.

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  15. Armchair Theatre's Who's Afraid of Virginia WoolfRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2017 | Warrington Guardian

    A WARRINGTON theatre group that specialises in intimate productions with small casts is offering a rare chance to see Edward Albee's iconic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The Tony Award-winning play first launched in 1962 and it recently returned to the West End after the death of Albee last year. But due to a stroke of luck, Armchair Theatre have got the rights to present the play at The Brindley in Runcorn on September 28 and 29. She said: "We were lucky with this play because it's recently been on at the West End but because of how far ahead you've got to book The Brindley we secured these dates two years ago and got the rights for the two nights."

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  16. Meet the 23-year-old cancer survivor who joined in a sailing relay around BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2017 | Daily Echo

    A 23-year-old from Southampton , who is in recovery from cancer, reflected on a week of unforgettable memories and sailing firsts as she completed the latest leg of the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust's epic four-month Round Britain 2017 challenge. Abbie Morton, who first sailed with the Trust in 2013 after treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma and is now a therapeutic radiographer at Southampton General Hospital, was one of six young people in recovery who recently took part in the 230-nautical mile Leg 13 sail from Falmouth to Cardiff on the Trust's voyage yacht Moonspray.

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  17. Dona Bradley at the Central Library for Swindon Open Studios. Picture: Clare GreenRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2017 | This is Wiltshire

    Organisers have hailed the first weekend of Swindon Open Studios a success, with scores of art fans visiting 50 sites across town. At Artsite, a collection of artists' studios near Regent Circus, half-a-dozen were exhibiting their work -with everything from paintings and illustrations made from tape, to an installation that came alive when drenched in UV light.

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  18. News / 10 hours agoWire announce 14-date UK tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2017 | Metal Hammer

    Wire will play 14 dates across the UK in October and November to celebrate their 40th anniversary and support latest album Silver/Lead They'll play 14 dates across the country throughout October and November in celebration of their 40th anniversary and in support of their 15th studio album Silver/Lead which was released earlier this year via Pinkflag. They'll kick off the run at Norwich's Waterfront on October 24 and wrap up with a set at Portsmouth's Wedgwood Rooms on November 10. A statement reads: "Wire are one of the world's most ground-breaking bands, their influence acknowledged by bands as diverse as Blur, Sonic Youth, R.E.M. and Savages.

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  19. Do you have a hi-tech business idea? Launch Space offers free desk for one yearRead the original story

    Sep 6, 2017 | UWE News

    Recent graduates from across the UK who have a bright idea for a high-tech business are invited to apply for a free residency at 'Launch Space' at the University of the West of England . 'Launch Space', a graduate high-tech business incubator, provides start-ups with one year of free desk space and business support from the end of October 2017.

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  20. Stars of Wicked: The West End needs more empowering roles for womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2017 | Gay Times

    The new leading ladies of smash-hit show Wicked have expressed their hope that the West End could find more empowering roles for women. Alice Fearn and Sophie Evans, who play green-skinned Elphaba and bubbly Glinda in the musical, spoke to Gay Times following their media night performance in the West End.

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