Live music: Flowers / Alimony Hustle / Oh Peas! (Thurs March 5)

Live music: Flowers / Alimony Hustle / Oh Peas! (Thurs March 5)

Dictionary Pudding and NT YRS are fauna’ing all over themselves to announce Flowers, a London trio who released their debut album Do What You Want To, It’s What You Should Do in September 2014 via Fortuna POP! (UK/EU) and Kanine Records (USA).

Our vision

Roll for the Soul is a not-for-profit bike café, workshop and bike shop for Bristol. Our vision is to be a focal point for cycling in the city, celebrating and supporting every wonderful aspect of our bike culture. But more than that, we aim to offer a city centre space where interesting things can happen. We think of it as a village hall in the middle of Bristol. We’ve got the space (and the coffee and cakes), you’ve got the ideas, so let’s reclaim a bit of the city centre for things that’ll make it a better place.

Roll for the Soul is for Bristol cyclists, by Bristol cyclists, but we also work hard to attract folks who’ve yet to discover the joy of two wheels so that we can show them what they’re missing. We have a cafe and workshop side by side, so you can get a good feed, a quality coffee, and get your bike fixed up all at the same time. We also act as a hub for all things bike-related. So if you want space for your cycling group or club to meet, or you just want to find out what’s going on in the world of pedal power, give us a shout. Find out more about Roll for the Soul.


Roll For the Soul cafe and workshop
Unit 2, St Lawrence House,
Quay Street, Bristol

Cafe Opening Hours

Monday and Tuesday 0800 – 1800

Wednesday to Friday 0800 – 2100 (2300 when we have live music) 

Saturday 1000 – 2100 (2300 when we have live music)

Closed on Sundays

(The kitchen closes an hour before cafe closing time each day, or at 1900 when we have live music in the evening. Please check the calendar on the right for listings.)

Workshop Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 0900 – 1700

Saturday 1000 – 1700

Closed on Sundays