Wednesday September 2, 2015

What's On in and around Bristol


Today to 30 Sep 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: St John’s is part of the very fabric of Bristol - it was built into the city walls in the 14th-century as a place for travellers to offer prayers before a journey. The building of St John’s coincided with a period of... View more details - St John the Baptist's Church and Crypt
Junction of Broad and Quay Street, Bristol BS1 2EZ
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Christ Church is a lovely late 18th Century Georgian church with a glorious interior in the centre of the Old City of Bristol and is one of Bristol’s hidden gems, well worth seeing. Christ Church with St Ewen offers peace... View more details - Christ Church with St Ewen
Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2EJ
Sat 12 Sep

Diving feet first into critical acclamation for her last two albums, Caddy Cooper is a West Australian acoustic country and blues singer songwriter that you simply cannot afford to miss. Deemed ’one of the finest songwriters in the land’... View more details - Caddy Cooper
Mr Wolf’s 32, St Nicholas St, Bristol, Somerset BS1 1TG
Thu 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St James Priory church is the oldest building in Bristol which is still in use and has a fascinating history. It is also very beautiful and has often been described as an oasis of calm in the busy heart of the city. Visitors will... View more details - St James Priory: Church & Church House
Whitson Street, Bristol BS1 3NZ
Sat 12 Sep

Nimmo. Artists performing: Nimmo.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - Nimmo
Start The Bus, Bristol BS1 1RU
Wed 16 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The New Room/John Wesley’s Chapel is the oldest Methodist chapel in the world (dating from 1739 and celebrating its 275th anniversary in 2014) and the ’cradle of Methodism’; a Christian movement begun by John and... View more details - The New Room / John Wesley's Chapel
36 The Horsefair, Bristol BS1 3JE
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Society of Merchant Venturers’ involvement with Bristol’s almshouses dates back over 300 years, when the Society became Trustee of Colston’s Almshouses on St Michael’s Hill, founded by Edward Colston... View more details - Colston's Almshouse Chapel
St Michael’s Hill, Bristol BS2 8DY
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Wigwam is the home of Bristol Savages, a Society concerned with the pursuit of the Fine Arts, Painting, Music, Poetry and other Performing Arts. Members meet on Wednesday evenings from October to May. The ’Wigwam’... View more details - The Wigwam - Bristol Savages
Red Lodge, Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LJ
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Bristol’s only surviving Tudor domestic interior. Built c.1580 as a banqueting lodge in the grounds of a larger house, extended and modernised in the 18th Century. From 1854 it housed the country’s first girls’... View more details - The Red Lodge Museum
Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LJ
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Charles Wesley House is the family house of Charles Wesley; one of the co-founders (with his brother John) of the Methodist movement in the 18th century and considered to be the world’s greatest hymn-writer. He lived in... View more details - Charles Wesley's House
4 Charles Street, Bristol BS1 3NN
Sat 12 Sep

Come and celebrate your birthday in style at Leigh Woods. A chance to get outdoors and explore the woods with your friends. Pick one of our 50 things birthday party themes and spend 1.5 hours in the woodlands having the wild time of your life. You... View more details - Leigh Woods - '50 Things' Birthday Party 2015
Leigh Woods Bristol
Sat 5 Sep, Sat 12 Sep, Sat 19 Sep, Sat 26 Sep

Come to Leigh Woods for an interesting and informative evening owl, bats and stars walk with zoologist, freelance naturalist, bird expert and all round wildlife detective Ed Drewitt. Booking Essential. Phone: 0844 2491895. accompanied children are... View more details - Leigh Woods - Owls, Bats and Stars
Leigh Woods Bristol
Thu 24 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Building was designed by the architect Mowbray Printers Limited. It was one of a number of printing businesses located on Park Row in the early 20th Century and is now home to the University of Bristol Theatre Collection, an... View more details - University of Bristol Theatre Collection
21 Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LT
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Saint Mark’s - The Lord Mayor’s Chapel is all that remains above ground of St Marks Hospital of the Gaunts founded in 1220. The building features early stained glass, a painted timber ceiling, 16th Century tiles and... View more details - Saint Mark's - The Lord Mayor's Chapel
College Green, Bristol BS1 5TB
Sat 12 Sep

Since the last New Arrivals tasting 6 months previous we would of welcomed many new wines to our range and we’d like you to experience them yourself. With 30 wines on show and special discounts available this will be a tasting not to miss This is... View more details - Averys Wine Merchants - New Arrivals Tasting
Averys Wine Cellars, 9 Culver Street, Bristol BS1 5LD
Wed 16 Sep

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