Would-be mayors face a cultural grilling
CANDIDATES for Bristol's first elected mayor are being invited to take part in a hustings event at the Colston Hall later this year.
It will be held on Thursday, November 1, and give people a chance to quiz candidates about their plans for the arts and culture.
Tickets will be free and available on a first come-first served basis. The event, at 7pm, will be two weeks before the election on November 15, when voters will choose their leader.
It is being organised by online blog Bristol Culture and the Bristol Music Trust which runs the Colston Hall.
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Louise Mitchell, chief executive of Bristol Music Trust, said: "We are passionate about bringing the best music and cultural events to Bristol so I'm pleased this thought-provoking debate discussing the arts in the city is taking place in our venue."
Martin Booth, from Bristol Culture, said: "Bristol's first elected mayor will be able to enact huge change in this city, so it is vitally important the electorate should be able to quiz each of the candidates."
Keep an eye on www.colstonhall.orgwww.bristolculture.wordpress.com for updates.