Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Bristol


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Estimated cost £5 Estimated duration 2-3 hours Distance away Less than a mile away
The crypt of St Mary Radcliffe in Bristol has a jazz night every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 10pm - hosted by The Blue Notes, who have been performing in the South West for six decades. Take a pew (as it were) and chill out.
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