Paolo Nutini Comes to Bristol

Paolo Nutini and his 9-piece band performed a sell-out show at Bristol's Harbourside last night, the show was a warm-up gig for his Glastonbury set and was watched by over 5000 people. The singer songwriter was also promoting his critically-acclaimed third album Caustic Love, currently one of the best-selling albums of the year. Factory Studios was lucky enough get a sneak preview of the set when the band rehearsed in the studio on Tuesday for both upcoming shows.

The gig took place at the Canon's Marsh Amphitheatre and was the first major standalone gig to have been held on the Harbourside for a decade. Tonight will see the Pogues, supported by the Rails, perform at the same venue.


House Of Mask Comes To Bristol

In association with Cubanisto Beer, House Of Mask is taking place across the UK throughout the Summer and is coming to Bristol on Friday 30th May 2014, it will then go to Manchester in June 2014, then to Glasgow in July and then London in August.

"House Of Mask will take place at a hidden location marked by a neon skull and will reward the curious and favour those looking to discover the unknown. To divulge too much would spoil the fun, but a night of mystery, surprise and intrigue is promised. The last event in Shoreditch that took place in April saw Groove Armada, B Traits and Troupe DJs and the Bristol Event will feature Next Men and other very special guests".

Get your free tickets at www.cubanisto.com