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THE OUTLAWS|WALKEN OVERPAINTS BANKSY
Christopher Walken destroys original Banksy in The Outlaws closing scene (don't worry – it was a part of the script!)
As millions recently tuned in to the sixth and final episode of Bristol-legend Stephen Merchant's new BBC comedy-drama, The Outlaws, many would have spotted the moment Hollywood actor Christopher Walken painted over what appeared to be a piece by Banksy.
Walken features as one of seven lawbreakers serving community payback sentences renovating a building in Bristol. In the final scene of the episode, which aired on BBC iPlayer on Wednesday evening – the group is seen completing their service by painting over graffiti.
But, when Walken's character, Frank, discovers a rat with two cans of spray paint with the word 'BANKSY' written above it, he asks probation officer Diane, played by Jessica Gunning, what to do.
"Diane, look at this rat I found," he says.
"Any vermin under 10 kilos are yours, bag it and bin it," says his supervisor, without turning away from her book.
"No, it's a graffiti rat," he responds.
"Council said paint over any graffiti, so crack on," says Diane.
"It's awfully good," adds Walken. But when Diane ends with "less debating, more painting," Walken shrugs his shoulders and paints over the image, bringing the series to an end.
The street artist's latest offering, titled The Rat, appears to have been the real deal. According to the BBC, a spokesperson said: "We can confirm that the artwork at the end of The Outlaws was an original Banksy, and that Christopher Walken painted over that artwork during the filming of this scene, ultimately destroying it."
While we wait for a second series of The Outlaws to hopefully hit our screens in the not too distant future, head over to BBC iPlayer and binge all six episodes here: bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Or, if you want to delve further into all things The Outlaws, enjoy our interview with award-winning costume designer Charlotte Mitchell, who we spoke to just weeks before her costume truck plunged into Bristol harbour, sadly submerging over 20 years of kit. Here, she shared the sartorial processes behind the dressing of the diverse, star-studded cast: thebristolmag.co.uk
Photography courtesy of Big Talk/BBC/Four Eyes/James Pardon
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Arctic Ice: an interview with ice musician Terje Isungset
With instruments carved from solid blocks of ice, musician and inventor Terje Isungset is coming to St George’s Bristol this month to mark 20 years of ice music. His international project is bringing together artists with a long tradition of living in arctic conditions. Jeremy Blackmore caught up with Terje in our latest issue.
1 tbsp olive oil 1 brown onion, finely chopped 1 red pepper, seeds removed and roughly chopped 2 large garlic cloves, peeled and crushed 1 thumb-sized knob of fresh ginger, peeled and grated 1 small red chilli, deseeded and finely sliced (optional) 1 tbsp ground coriander ½ tbsp ground cumin 4 heaped tbsp smooth peanut butter (or any nut butter of choice) 500ml vegetable stock 2 medium-sized sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into bite-size pieces 1 x 400g tin chickpeas, drained 150g fresh spinach
To serve: brown rice, quinoa or cous cous; fresh coriander; lime juice
This luxurious, treatsome vegan dish packs a hearty flavour punch laden with all manner of vitamins, fibre and minerals.
1. Heat the olive oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat and sauté the onion and pepper for around 5 minutes, or until soft. Add the garlic, ginger, chilli (if using), coriander and cumin to the pan and continue to sauté, stirring continuously, for a further minute.
2. Add the stock, sweet potatoes, chickpeas and peanut butter to the pan, stir well and bring to the boil before simmering for around 25-30 minutes or until the sweet potatoes have cooked through.
3. Season to taste, add the spinach to the pan and allow the leaves to wilt into the stew for around 2-3 minutes. Serve hot on beds of brown rice, quinoa or cous cous, spritzed with fresh lime juice and a handful of freshly-chopped coriander.
FOUR OF A KIND | PORRIDGE
Words by Melissa Blease
Coconut, Blueberry and Maple Syrup Porridge (serves 4)
In a suitably-sized pan, combine 150g porridge oats with 1 x 400g light coconut milk and a pinch of salt. Fill the empty coconut milk tin with water and add to the pan, stir well and simmer over a low heat for 4-6 minutes, stirring continuously, until you get a thick, creamy porridge. Add 1 tbsp maple syrup and 100g fresh blueberries to the pan and continue to simmer and stir for 2-3 minutes, by which time the porridge will be rippled with purple juice from the blueberries. Add the juice of 1 fresh lime and serve hot, topped with more blueberries, another drizzle of maple syrup and a smattering of freshly-chopped mint if you happen to have any to hand.
Chocolate and Date Porridge (serves 4)
Blitz 65g porridge oats and 4-6 stoned, chopped dates in a food processor until you have created a thick paste, adding a splash of milk to help the blades go round if necessary. Scrape the mixture into a saucepan and add another 65g porridge oats, 500ml milk (or dairy-free alternative), 1 tbsp good quality, sugar-free cocoa powder and a pinch of salt. Stir well and cook over a medium heat for around 10 minutes until thick and creamy, adding more milk if you prefer a thinner consistency. Serve topped with cold, thick yoghurt.
Tahini Banana Porridge (serves 4)
Mix 2 tbsp tahini with 2 tbsp milk (or dairy-free alternative) and 2 tbsp water; set to one side. In a suitably-sized pan, combine 200g porridge oats with 200ml milk (or dairy-free alternative), 400ml water, 2 peeled, sliced bananas, 4 lightly-bruised cardamom pods and a pinch of salt. Cook over a medium heat for 5-8 minutes, stirring regularly, until creamy. Remove the cardamom pods, divide the porridge between four bowls and serve topped with the tahini mixture.
Savoury Porridge Brunch Bowl (serves 4)
Go on, try it! In a suitably-sized pan, combine 160g porridge oats with 500ml hot vegetable stock and cook over a medium heat for 5-8 minutes, stirring regularly, until creamy. Meanwhile, peel, stone and slice 2 ripe avocados and poach 4 large eggs until the yolks are just starting to set. Divide the cooked porridge between 4 bowls and serve each one topped with sliced avocado, a poached egg and dashes of Tabasco.
WEEKEND WINE | FESTIVE TASTE TEST
Four fine Champagnes by Gobillard
Made in the heart of the French Champagne region near Hautvillers, the winery of J.M. Gobillard & Fils is not one of the most well-known makers but according to the cognoscenti produces some of the finest bottles of Champers - and in blind tastings will often come out on top of Champagnes that are twice or even three times the price.
So with Christmas in mind we thought it made be a good time to test some ourselves… and with the help of the lovely folk at The Great Wine company they gave us four bottles from Gobillard and they are absolute beauties.
Champagne Brut Tradition – Gobillard
A gentle and elegant style with soft acidity and notes of ripe apple. Well balanced and harmonious through to the long finish. £32.
Champagne Brut, Baron de Marck – Gobillard
A pure, soft champagne with stylish character. Its fruit is fresh and appealing, bursting with apples and lemons. An uplifting note of freshly baked brioche adds complexity and class to an elegantly balanced palate. Chardonnay grape £26.50.
Champagne Brut Grande Réserve Premier Cru - Gobillard
Scrumptious nose of baked Bramley apples, spiced with a hint of star anise. Nuances of cream and baking bread. Greengage fruit and honey on the palate; a touch of fresh herbs, and more than a suggestion of minerality. Excellent balance between brisk acidity and creamy texture. This is a really terrific Champagne from a small producer that is more than a match for more expensive, famous, brands. £35
This fine, vintage Champagne from a terrific small producer is aged for at least four years before it is ready for release – the extended time on the lees creates complex tertiary aromas of dried fruits and hazelnuts that lead to an elegant palate of citrus blossom, greengage and honey. It is a connoisseur's wine, made with hand selected premier cru grapes, delivering the ultimate expression of premium Champagne – a style that will work perfectly as a distinguished food match or sophisticated aperitif. £39.50
Explore Gobillard Champagnes at The Great Wine Co and look out for the multi buy discount!
Get Christmas wrapped up early and support local this year with Boxlocal’s award-winning Christmas hampers. Boxlocal, a family-run hamper company, exclusively source premium products that are independent, sustainable and most importantly local to Bristol and the surrounding areas. Choose from 22 set Christmas hampers or create your own bespoke Christmas hamper with over 150 locally-sourced treats made by the finest small-scale artisans. From luxury iced biscuits from Anna Cake Couture, to foraged fruit jams from Heavenly Hedgerows – you will be spoilt for choice.
Use exclusive 10% discount code Bristol10 for Christmas orders placed before 14th November. Select your delivery date in advance and include a personalised handwritten note free of charge!
Advent candles from Georg Jensen are printed with shiny metallic circle designs and has numbers 1-24 to help you count down to Christmas. This is a lovely festive custom for many Scandinavians and will help create some Christmas excitement while cosying down during the darker mornings and late nights. Grab a bargain as the price is just £11 each.
Explore these and more of the Georg Jensen designs and gift ideas at Mallory
Last year Rolex introduced a new colourful range of Oyster perpetual watches with a mid-sized 36mm case. A great size that will look good an any wrist.
Many of the colours [in addition to the standard black and silver dials] are now also available in 28mm, 34mm, 36mm and 41mm case sizes so you can find a new colour as well as a size that suits.
Rolex has always had a playful side since the late Sixties when it started adding joyful colours and tones on its enamel Stella dials and fifty years on they continue to delight with an uplifting and eye-catching range that will please a discerning yet vivacious customer.
The hues are: coral red, yellow, green, turquoise blue and candy pink. All have Chromalight displays, which means that these dials are super bright in the daytime but also have a beautiful lume and are perfectly legible in the dark too. The classic stainless steel Oyster bracelet, domed bezel, super self-winding movement and waterproof quality – up to 100 meters – are all what you'd expect in this thoroughly modern classic.
For availability and more details contact Mallory; official Rolex retailer.
Give the gift of scent this Christmas with the latest Bleu de Chanel fragrance and toiletries, perfect for the olfactory admirer in your life.
Bleu de Chanel Parfum (above) opens with powerful freshness, then lingers with a precious accord of New Caledonian sandalwood that unfurls its generous, powerful notes in a dense and sophisticated trail. 50ml | £81.00
Bleu de Chanel all-over body spray (right) offers a portable alternative to traditional fragrance. Misted onto the body or clothing, this fragrance body spray reveals the ultra-fresh side of Bleu. Apply generously in the morning or following a workout, touch up your scent throughout the day, or give yourself a boost of energy before a night out. 150ml | £61
Power your everday journey with the Ribble Hybrid AL e
What if we told you that there’s a way that you can travel in to work, get fit, stay healthy and arrive feeling fresh, invigorated, and ready to face the challenge of the new day ahead?
The answer is the Ribble Hybrid AL e, a bike that is designed to meet the needs of today’s urban commuter and offers the perfect blend of comfort and efficiency with classic British style.
At only 3.5kgs for the entire system the MAHLE X35 is the lightest pedal assist system in the world. This compact and powerful system provides an extra 250W of power boost up to a maximum speed of 25kmh. With 3 power settings available at the press of an easy to use button situated on the top tube its simple to choose the right power level for you.
With builds starting from just 13kgs the Hybrid AL e is one the lightest e-bikes available worldwide and can just as easily be ridden with the power assistance turned off, like any bike. Whether you are looking to get fit, commute in to work, or simply something for the weekend rides out with family, this incredibly versatile machine can do it all. From £2,199
Perfect for those who want serious sparkle, Lillicoco, a fine vintage and antique jewellery company based in Bristol, are offering you up to 30% off their entire range of jewels. Could your eyes be tempted by a Victorian solid Gold chain or your heart be swayed by an Art Deco Diamond ring?
Get your FREE tickets worth £24* to the South West Homebuilding & Renovating Show, 20-21 November 2021.
Find ideas and inspiration to create your dream home and design the spaces you want to live in.
Whether you’re building or renovating, extending up into the loft, or creating that all-important home office, having the right knowledge, skills and equipment is essential - and we’ve got it all under one roof at Bath & West Showground, Somerset.
Visit the show and get access to:
Over 100 exhibitors showcasing 1000s of products and services for you to see, touch and compare.
Inspiring seminars & masterclasses providing a wealth of knowledge from planning advice to interior design ideas and much more.
The Advice Centre offering a free 15 minute session with an expert to help get your project started.
A mythic and emotionally charged hero's journey, Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet's exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence, a commodity capable of unlocking humanity's greatest potential, only those who can conquer their fear will survive.
Watch Dune at The Curzon in Cleveland this weekend: curzon.org.uk
Socially distanced seating will remain in place for these screenings.
THE MAGAZINE KIOSK |PRINT IS READ
Curated by Daniel McCabe
It’s always a boost to have a new travel magazine. Travel is one of our most popular categories but the idea of ‘travel’ is suddenly at once more desirable and more troubling. So here we have Wrong Journal which describes itself blandly but correctly as being ‘about people and places’. The journal’s mission is to channel information, insights and perceptions from the ‘people’ who live in the ‘places’ as opposed to observations about them from outsiders who jet in. Which feels about right for now. There are some generic travel notes here and there but WJ sounds out a well-marshalled and compelling cast of characters in offbeat locations whose testimonies prove genuinely transporting. £19
Magalleria is a Bath-based shop and online retailer, selling fine and interesting magazines from independent and selected publishers from all over the globe. Visit the website to find out more: magalleria.co.uk
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ART EXHIBITION |FUNDRAISING FOR BRISTOL CHARITY
Maybe Southwest Charity Fundraiser, Room 212, throughout November
Gloucester Road gallery Room 212 is hosting an art exhibition and prize draw to raise funds for Maybe Southwest, a mental health charity based in Bristol, working with children, young people and adults. Artists have submitted artworks to be displayed throughout November, leading up to the North Bristol Art Trail on the weekend of 26 to 28 November. This popular art trail will be celebrating its 20th year so it’s apt to use the occasion to highlight the enormous benefit of art therapy, especially for younger people. All the artwork will be offered as prizes in a draw, with tickets available at Room 212 and online throughout the month. The draw will take place at the end of the North Bristol Art Trail.
Christmas has come early with Harvey Nichols annual shopping event, hosted 11–14 of November.
Rewards members can enjoy 20% off selected Fashion and 15% off Beauty, instore* Embrace the seasonal spirit on Saturday 13th with personalisation by Flourish Bristol, haircuts courtesy of Cuts and Creps and live music throughout the afternoon.
For more information about the event, visit the Harvey Nichols website: harveynicols.com.
CHRISTMAS FAIR |NEW FESTIVE EVENT
New Christmas markets on the horizon
Redcliffe and Temple BID will launch it’s first Christmas market this month, bringing local producers, handcrafted gifts, and entertainment to Finzels Reach and Temple Quay.
Taking place on 25th, 26th and 27th November 2021, and curated by Sophie Bowden Events, the market will move between Finzels Reach and Temple Quay.
Each will feature over 20 local craft and gift stalls, street food vendors and a festive bar serving mulled wine.
Finzels Reach will feature a host of local producers including Espensen Spirit, Two Belly and Left Handed Giant on Thursday 25th and Saturday 27th November, from 11am to 6pm. Pick up handmade gifts from local crafters such as natural gemstone jewellery from Birdsmith Jewellery, linocut prints from Harriet Rose Art, unique accessories from W;EAR by Woo, or a macrame plant pot from Wild Wood Designs. Live music will provide a festive soundtrack from local talent.
Cast announced for 'OZ': a Tobacco Factory Theatres and Pins and Needles Productions co-production
Tobacco Factory Theatres and Pins and Needles Productions have announced the cast of their Christmas show OZ - and an extension to the run of the production - meaning Christmas is well and truly back on this year!
The magic of the festive season returns as Bristol’s renowned Tobacco Factory Theatres invite audiences on a journey down the yellow brick road to the emerald city. Co-produced by Tobacco Factory Theatres and award-winning Pins and Needles Productions, OZ is a timeless tale, transporting audiences to lands both wicked and wonderful. This bold new adaptation is written by Sarah Henley, Emma Earle and Zoe Squire.
A brilliant Bristol based cast has been assembled.
Dorothywill be played by Sky Arts Award winner AdizaShardow, a Scottish/Ghanaian Actress and emerging writer, whose credits include Close Quarters (Out of Joint, Crucible Theatre). TV credits include Waterloo Road and Casualty (BBC).
Lionwill be played by AlisonFitzjohn, known for her performances in Typical Girls (Sheffield Crucible), Dr Faustess: A Musical with Demons (The Cockpit), and Horrible Histories (West End, UK and International Tour).
Scarecrowwill be played by GeorginaStrawson. Her TV/Film credits include: The Crown (Netflix), Hetty Feather (CBBC), and Aliens (E4/Clerkenwell Films).
Well known to audiences of Tobacco Factory Theatres, JosephTweedaleplays the role of Tinman. Theatre credits include The Ruff Tuff Cream Puff Estate Agency (Cardboard Citizens/Coventry Belgrade) as part of the Coventry City of Culture 2021, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Our Country’s Good, Macbeth, and A View From the Bridge (Tobacco Factory Theatres).
Wicked Witch of the West and The Wizard of Oz will be played by Martin Bonger, known for performances in Ratlab (Green Ginger), Around the World in 80 Days, Beauty and the Beast, and Tales from the Edge of Town & The Snow Queen with NIE.
Recommended for families and grown-ups aged 6+, the stellar cast bring to life this re-imagined classic of potent poppy fields, ferocious flying gargoyles and rogue rulers.
Due to popular demand the production has now been extended to run from Friday 10 December to Sunday 16 January.
Oz will run from Friday 10 December 2021 to Sunday 16 January 2022, at the Tobacco Factory Theatre.
Bristol city centre this weekend welcomes military personnel and civic guests safely taking part in the annual Act of Remembrance.
Members of the public are welcome to observe and attend the annual parade, which will be led by 39 Signal Regiment based at the Army Reserve Centre in Horfield. Following a short parade from College Green to the Cenotaph, the service begins at 11:00am, signalled by a gun. A two minute silence is observed from 11:00am to 11:02am, followed by the laying of wreathes, a short service and the National Anthem.
Safety measures will be in place to protect both participants and observers. This includes additional barriers to the parade route and around the College Green area.
A number of major city centre roads will be closed for the event, between 5:00am and 1:00pm, but people should expect disruption until at least 5:00pm.
You can find out more details about the road closures and the order of service parade by visiting the Bristol City Council website: bristol.gov.uk
FILM |NEW BRISTOL BASED FILM SEEKS FUNDING
Crowdfund launched to support new film set in Bristol
Motorbikes, cars, punch-ups and 80s music! Set on the streets of Bristol, upcoming film The Fence follows a council estate kid out to settle the score with local thieves...
The Fence is a 1980s comedy drama set on the Hartcliffe estate in Bristol, and is a full length feature adaptation of an award-winning short film that was released in 2018 with over 4.3 million views online. Having successfully raised enough funds to shoot the film in Bristol over five weeks across August and September, the team behind the film wish to release it across UK cinemas in spring 2022.
The Fence team – a small group of filmmakers who met during their time studying on the Bournemouth University Film Production and Cinematography course – have now launched a crowdfund initiative to help fund the film’s post-production. This counts towards editing, sound mixing, colour grading, visual effects and the all important soundtrack. The team are aiming to raise upwards of £40,000. The crowdfund will run until 3 December.
To donate, click here. Or, to discover more about The Fence, visit the team's website here, their Facebook page here, or their Instagram .
National Friendly & Bristol Hippodrome join forces to fund research
Working together with Southmead Hospital’s official charity, Southmead Hospital Charity, National Friendly and The Bristol Hippodrome are embarking on a fundraising appeal which aims to raise £30,000 to support the Long-Covid research now taking place at the hospital.
The research, known as DISCOVER study, has recruited over 300 patients hospitalised with Covid-19 since March 2020. It was the first UK cohort published, meaning this is the group that has been studied for the longest time.
Kurtis Reece, National Friendly’s PR & Strategic Partnerships Executive explained why they are backing the efforts to understand more about the virus. “We have been helping people to prepare for life’s contingencies for over 150-years, by insuring people’s health and providing them with protection. So, looking after those around us, especially within the Bristol community, our hometown, is the very essence of who we are. Our aim is to make a real difference to people’s lives and this partnership with The Bristol Hippodrome to raise funds for Southmead Hospital Charity will help to do exactly that.”
For audiences, the fundraising will start with Heather’s The Musical followed by a number of performances including Riverdance, The New 25th Anniversary Show, and the West End & Broadway Hit Musical Hairspray, and will continue with several shows throughout the season.
Theatre goers will be able to donate to the Southmead Hospital research through contactless devices within the theatre.
National Friendly is also running an exclusive online competition with The Bristol Hippodrome, which will see five family tickets go up for grabs for the pantomime performance, which will be used as part of a social media campaign.
Authorities in Bristol have been awarded £282,000 to improve women’s safety following a successful bid for Home Office funding to tackle crimes against women at night. The money will come from the Home Office’s Safety of Women at Night Fund, and mostly used to focus efforts on tackling sexual harassment against women.
This work will include over £150,000 to develop and deliver training and an awareness campaign aimed at supporting night-time venues to tackle this crime. Funding has also been allocated to deliver drink spiking test kits to police stations across the city to support the city’s efforts in fighting back against perpetrators of this crime. Just under £20,000 will be used to supply testing kits for police to use on call-outs or when people present with a suspected spiked drink and support police efforts to deliver the education and training needed to help officers to respond to drink spiking incidents.
Carly Heath, Bristol Night-Time Economy Advisor, said: “This funding is a very welcome endorsement of our commitment to improving the safety of women at night. It is also a reminder that women’s safety can only be improved by taking action to improve the conditions in which women experience the night-time economy."
Deago Bailey is set for his competitive debut when Bears face Exeter Chiefs in the opening round of the Premiership Cup on Saturday (3pm KO).
The England U20s winger is included in a strong side that includes four internationals, skippered by Dave Attwood.
Theo Strang is also set for his first start in the Sandy Park clash, while Nathan Hughes returns to the side in the back row.
Bristol list a number of debutants on the bench, with Senior Academy back rower Macenzzie Duncan named alongside tighthead Ashley Challenger, while Jono-Benz Salomon and Oscar Lennon (Hartpury College) also feature.
Keep up to date with Bristol Bears on their Twitter and their website!
Homestead South West specialises in the professional supply and installation of Easigrass – a top of the range artificial grass solution for residential and commercial needs throughout Somerset.
If you’re looking to rejuvenate a lawned area in your home or are considering artificial grass as part of a larger garden design project, or development – this company will find the perfect synthetic grass solution and guide you through every step of process.
With over 30-years’ specialist experience using Easigrass natural-look grass range is designed using some of the most advanced technology in the market and enjoys an outstanding reputation with expert guidance and advice, all backed by a 10-year warranty on your quality artificial lawn.
More households are opting for artificial grass as an exceptionally low-maintenance and durable alternative to natural grass. Here are some of the reasons that installing artificial turf with Garden Solutions may be the right choice for you:
• You want to remove the hassle of weeding, mowing and watering existing turf – all year round!
• Dry or muddy patches of lawn are ruining your garden’s aesthetic appeal.
• You’ve considered artificial turf in the past but thought it may look cheap or noticeably fake.
• You want muddy paw prints throughout your home to be a thing of the past!
From drainage base and weed barrier preparation, to final brush and finish, everything is taken care of – leaving you with an instantly stunning year-round garden transformation. Guaranteed quality and durability.
This is a delightful three-story town house situated in the very heart of Clifton Village with a beautiful private rear garden as well as an integral garage.
The versatile interior is set over three floors with ground floor entrance leading to the stairs, garage, a cloakroom/WC and a lovely rear living room with patio doors to the garden.
On the first floor there is a good-sized kitchen/breakfast room and separate dining/living room with open an outlook from the floor to ceiling windows towards the rear garden.
The second floor features three bedrooms, a bathroom, and en-suite to the principal bedroom.
This house is well placed for the superb variety and choice of cafes, restaurants, boutiques, bars, and lots of great independent shops, and mini markets all found within the Village. Guide Price £1,000,000