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PC Advisor reader babybell recommended the entertainment listings site What's On Bristol. Here's our review of www.whatsonbristol.co.uk.

PC Advisor reader babybell recommended the entertainment listings site What's On Bristol. Here's our review of www.whatsonbristol.co.uk.

"I use What's On Bristol, but there's a chain of sites for quite a few cities in Wales and the West of England," explains babybell. "No matter what type of night you want – hen and stag, romantic or whatever - it's all covered on these sites."

As well as the flagship Bristol site recommended by babybell, there are offerings for Cardiff, Bath and Weston-super-Mare, and Manchester and Swansea versions were under construction at press time.

www.whatsonbristol.co.uk

Click here for our round-up of entertainment websites. This was recommended by a reader of PC Advisor as part of our monthly Readers' Sites competition.

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Readers recommend: Top 10 wedding websites

What's On Bristol Expert Verdict »

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"No matter what type of night out you want – hen and stag, romantic or whatever - it's all covered on these sites," writes PCA reader babybell.

  • Stag and Hen Company

    If an evening of lager, crisps and witty conversation isn't sufficiently elaborate for your groom, this wedding advice site could offer handy inspiration for organising a stag (or hen) night.

  • Ents24.com

    This entertainment site is basically a list of every gig - not to mention comedy, theatre and whatever - in a certain area from a certain date.

  • Fancy A Pint?

    This site offers a definitive and recent write-up of top boozers across the country.

  • Beer In The Evening

    This is a great website for finding pubs, with an easy and comprehensive filter so you can quickly find suitable establishments - or pub crawls - wherever you are visiting.

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