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Established in 2010, Indigo events are renowned for their friendly atmosphere & interesting programme.We regularly attract 100 guests to Indigo & over 300 to our popular club night, hush. Find event listings and line ups, venue details, ticket information, nearby hotels and restaurants - all the essential information in one place! Got an event that's not listed or need to update your events details?
Indigo happens monthly at The Square Bar in Bristol.
Facebook Page Indigo Network Sociability is an online discussion network for women to arrange civilised social activities, organise transport sharing to events, and general sharing of information in Bristol and thereabouts.
The website is the LGBT tourism and visitor centre for the region, with information on where to stay, attractions, festivals and the LGBT Scene.
Last but by no means least the website is also home to the Out Bristol magazine and supplements, with features, what’s on, fashion,listings and an extensive community section.
Activities so far have included cinema visits, dining out, the prospect of an allotment group emerging, and really anything at all that people feel inclined to suggest.
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