Search

Events Around Bristol

Past events    

More details - Square Works: Kate Strong - Overcoming psychological barriers
Kate is a Business Coach, podcast host and creator of Pioneer of Profit. Building on over a decade of entrepreneurial experience, Kate’s on a mission to inspire and empower people to bring their business dream to life.
The Square Club 15 Berkeley Square
Tue 18 Jun 19

More details - Penny Brohn UK - Open Garden for NGS
3½ acre tranquil garden surrounds Georgian mansion with many mature trees, wild flower meadow, flower garden, cedar summerhouse, fine views from historic gazebo overlooking River Avon, courtyard gardens with water features.
Penny Brohn UK, North Somerset
Sun 16 Jun 19

More details - Crete Hill House Garden - Open Garden for NGS
C18 house in hidden corner of Bristol. Mainly SW facing garden, 80’x40’, with shaped lawn, heavily planted traditional mixed shrub, rose, clematis and herbaceous borders. Pergola with climbers, terrace with pond, several seating areas.
Crete Hill House Garden, Bristol
Sun 16 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal food and craft markets
We welcome an array of local food and craft producers to Tyntesfield’s Home Farm on seasonal Sundays throughout the year.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 16 Jun 19

More details - Party in the Park
Party in the Park to celebrate the Heritage Lottery Restoration Project. Community event with Craft Stalls, Charity Stalls Food stalls and stalls of interest and information. Music on the bandstand and performances in the Arena. Children’s rides and entertainment
Page Park Staple Hill South Gloucestershire
Sat 15 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Summer outdoor theatre
Summer outdoor theatre on the Croquet Lawn. 14 June, 7pm: Much Ado About Nothing with the HandleBards 27 July, 7.30pm: A Midsummer Night’s Dream with The Lord Chamberlain’s Men 16 August, 6.30pm: Alice in Wonderland with Immersion Theatre.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 14 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Much Ado About Nothing with the HandleBards
Summer outdoor theatre on the Croquet Lawn with The HandleBards. Tyntesfield and The HandleBards invite you to join us on The Croquet Lawn for Shakespeare’s classic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 14 Jun 19

More details - Summertime begins with Any String Goes Ensemble
This event forms part of the annual Chipping Sodbury Festival. To celebrate the theme of this year’s Festival, the Ensemble will play Gershwin’s unforgettable “Summertime”. We look forward to enjoying an evening with this a stylish, classical string ensemble who have been delighting audiences for many years.
The Baptist Church High Street Chipping Sodbury
Fri 14 Jun 19

More details - Wrington Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
2 contrasting properties on edge of delightful and historic village. Mathlin Cottage: cottage garden accessed by shallow steps with wonderful views of Mendip Hills. Newly created front garden border with pergola and walkway before entering the back, more cottage-style space full of bee/butterfly plants.
Wrington Gardens, Bristol
Wed 12 Jun 19

More details - The Linked Inn comes to Bristol
A new pop-up pub, The Linked Inn is coming to Bristol next month to refresh the traditional idea of job hunting. The Linked Inn, created by the world’s largest professional network LinkedIn, will be open for two days in Brunel Quay following its successful run in London earlier this year.
The Linked Inn (The Spin Bar), Units 3-5 The Boathouse, Gasworks Ln, Brunel Quay, Bristol
Mon 10 Jun 19

More details - 16 Montroy Close - Open Garden for NGS
Large SW-facing town garden on corner plot. 20 ft stream, informal pond with pebble beach, pergola and seats. Lawn with curving flower beds incl ferns, shrubs, perennials, climbers, small rock garden with water feature, unusual partitioned greenhouse with alpine bench. 8ft wide arch with climbers.
16 Montroy Close, Bristol
Sun 9 Jun 19

More details - Yeo Meads - Open Garden for NGS
1¼ acres, formally laid out in C17 incl 350yr-old Cedar of Lebanon tree which fell in 2007 but survives as a feature, Atlas Blue cedar, 150 yr-old lime, many more with large growths of mistletoe. Lead-lined pond with rill plus Victorian pond.
Yeo Meads, Congresbury
Sun 9 Jun 19

More details - MiniBeats Percussion Pandemonium!
Wiggle those fingers and stttttttttttttretch those arms – we hope you are feeling strong, because presenter Laura Tanner and the perfect Percussionists from the Bristol Ensemble need your help to bash, crash and SMASH their way into summer!
St George’s Bristol St George’s Bristol Great George Street, off Park Street Bristol
Sun 9 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Make a one leg stool 2019
Create a traditional one leg stool under the expert guidance of the Somerset Bodgers. On this brand new course for the Somerset Bodgers you can create a one leg stool as used by the charcoal burners of old. You’ll turn a leg on the lathe and fit it into a seat fashioned from local timber.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 9 Jun 19

More details - The Old Rectory, Doynton - Open Garden for NGS
Doynton’s Grade II-listed Georgian Rectory’s walled garden and extended 15 acre estate. Renovated over 12 yrs, it sits within AONB. Garden has diversity of modern and traditional elements, fused to create an atmospheric series of garden rooms.
The Old Rectory, Doynton, Bristol
Sat 8 Jun 19

More details - From Russia with Love
A wide-ranging programme of serious and popular music with: Robert Marson (bass), Damir Yakubov (guitar, dombra), Richard Lennox (piano) and JONATHAN PALMER (conductor) RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, TCHAIKOVSKY, RACHMANINOV, PROKOFIEV, SHOSTAKOVICH & BORODIN.
Portishead Methodist Church High Street, Portishead
Sat 8 Jun 19

More details - Saltford Festival 8th - 16th June 2019
The Saltford Festivald is now in its fifth incarnation with over 80 events on offer over 9 days, starting on 8 June 2019. It will include a Food Festival, a Taste of Saltford Evening, the Greatest Showman sing-a-long community cinema, a Wine & Cheese Evening, a Treasure Hunt, a Grand Raffle and a Caribbean Evening.
Saltford
Sat 8 Jun 19

More details - Hot Flushes: The Musical
Hot Flushes is a re-imagining of the BHS pension crisis: it’s a Country and Western musical about fiscal responsibility and homicidal menopausal women. It’s 2016.
The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol
Thu 6 Jun 19

More details - Acton Court - Open Garden for NGS
3 acres: Beautiful walled wildflower meadow and apple orchard with an abundance of old English and wild roses on the grounds of a grade 1 listed Tudor Manor House (restricted access). Organic kitchen garden producing vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs, with lavender centrepiece.
Acton Court, Bristol
Sun 2 Jun 19

More details - Instant Wit
The best in improvised comedy - welcome to an evening of songs, gags and general silliness – all of it based around audience suggestions. Do you fancy hearing an opera set on the pitch at Ashton Gate? Or watching a scene on the International Space Station where the performers dub each others lines?
Alma Tavern Theatre, Alma Vale Road, Clifton
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - Badapple Theatre Company Ltd. Present 'The Frozen Roman'
THE FROZEN ROMAN A new comedy by Kate Bramley With original music by Jez Lowe They came, they saw, they conquered, they went away again. Or did they?
Chelwood Village Hall
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - 'Good Old Fashion' Jumble Sale
Come and buy Adult & children clothing, bags & shoes, Jewellery, books DVDs & CDs Linen & soft furnishings, Toys & Games Tea & Coffee .......and much, much more
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian month at Tyntesfield
Tyntesfield’s annual Victorian month returns this May with a variety of Victorian events and activities every weekend and through May half term. From Victorian fairground entertainment and illusions to naval re-enactments, the Victorian era is coming to life at Tyntesfield this May.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - Stoneleigh Down - Open Garden for NGS
Approaching acre, the south-facing garden has curved gravel pathways around an S-shaped lawn that connects themed areas. On a level site, it has been densely planted with a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs for yr-round interest. Plenty of places to sit. Steps into courtyard.
Stoneleigh Down, Bristol
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - Badapple Theatre Company Ltd. Present 'The Frozen Roman'
THE FROZEN ROMAN A new comedy by Kate Bramley With original music by Jez Lowe They came, they saw, they conquered, they went away again. Or did they?
Horton & Little Sodbury Village Hall
Fri 31 May 19

More details - Horrible Histories: Dreadful Deaf
We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is deaf dead! So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories: Dreadful Deaf – Live On Stage! as it delves into the dreadful, dangerous and deluded stories of the deaf.
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Wed 29 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - A very Victorian birthday party
Celebrate William Gibbs’ birthday with fun family activities, crafts and party games this May half term. This May half term, you’re invited to celebrate the birthday of William Gibbs, who lived at Tyntesfield in Victorian times.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Mon 27 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Family green woodworking 2019
On this two hour family workshop your family can work together to produce a figure from green wood and a whistle from a hazel stick.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 26 May 19

More details - New Beginning Quartet; 'Re-imagining the Beatles'
New Beginning Quartet: ‘Reimagining the Beatles’ Sunday 28 May 2019 Gaetano Partipilo (Saxes), Jonathan Gee (Piano), Giuseppe Bassi (Bass), Fabio Accardi (Drums) Leading UK pianist and vocalist Jonathan Gee brings a new project created in early 2018 between himself and three great musicians from the Puglia region
Bristol Old Vic, Kings St, Bristol
Sun 26 May 19

More details - Table Top Sale
Table Top Sale selling new, nearly new & used items. Refreshments available or to book a table tel: 07920 145352 (£5 per table)
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sun 26 May 19

More details - Hall Explorers!
Join workshop leaders and musicians for an interactive musical journey into the treasures, characters and legends of Colston Hall’s 150 year history.
Colston Hall Colston Street Bristol
Sat 25 May 19

More details - John's Corner - Open Garden for NGS
Unusual and interesting city garden in Bedminster with a mixture of exciting plants and features. Ponds, ferns and much more. Eden project style greenhouse with collection of cacti.
John’s Corner, Bristol
Sat 25 May 19

More details - Firewoodisland Launch Night
To celebrate our 2nd single of 2019 we’re having a launch night at one of our favourite venues in Bristol, the Grain Barge. Support by Ed Axtell www.facebook.com/events/2571076362912899/
Grain Barge Mardyke Wharf, Hotwell Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
Thu 23 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots 2019
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by classic stories including Alice in Wonderland, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Ugly Duckling.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Thu 23 May 19

More details - Freeman
Following its critically acclaimed sold out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Freeman is touring the UK.
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Thu 23 May 19

More details - Andrea Gibson: 'Lord Of The Butterflies' Tour
Winner of the first ever Women of the World Poetry Slam in 2008, ANDREA GIBSON remains one of the most captivating performers in the spoken word poetry scene today. Gibson creates a space for each person in the room to feel, and to heal.
St. Georges
Wed 22 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots: Peter Rabbit
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by Beatrix Potter’s classic tale of Peter Rabbit. Hunt for Peter and his siblings, explore the Kitchen Garden, take part in some carrot crafts and hear the story of Peter Rabbit.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 22 May 19

More details - Square Works Stories: Level Films + Screening of The Endless Winter
Join James and Matt for an informal talk and a drink followed by the screening of their ongoing surf-travel series The Endless Winter.
The Square Club 15 Berkeley Square
Tue 21 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal food and craft markets
We welcome an array of local food and craft producers to Tyntesfield’s Home Farm on seasonal Sundays throughout the year.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 19 May 19

More details - 4 Haytor Park - Open Garden for NGS
Enter past the sun-baked, pot - laden patio, seeking dragons through a tracery of arches and cascading climbers. Along meandering paths to plant packed, secret spaces. Discover hidden seats to dream upon. Search for the rare boot tree and arty paraphernalia, via ponds and a plethora of plants.
4 Haytor Park, Bristol
Sun 19 May 19

More details - Lucombe House - Open Garden for NGS
A garden for tree lovers of all ages!! In addition to the 250 yr old Lucombe Oak - now registered as one of the most significant trees in the SW - there are over 30 mature English trees planted together with ferns and bluebells to create an urban woodland. Also for 2019, a newly designed Arts & Craft front garden.
Lucombe House, Bristol
Sun 19 May 19

More details - Joy and James Lisney
Joy Lisney - Cello James Lisney -Piano Programme: JS Bach Sonata in D for viola da gamba & keyboard, BWV1028 Chopin Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 65 Interval JS Bach Chaconne from Partita No 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 arr. Joy Lisney for cello Brahms Violin Sonata No 1, Op 78 transc.
St George’s Bristol Great George Street (off Park Street) Bristol
Sun 19 May 19

More details - Ezzy's Picnic in the Park
Dig out the rugs, deckchairs and hampers and join us for a giant picnic. Traditional games, animal petting, craft, face painting, Enjoy music throughout the event, and request your favourite tunes, from our live DJ. Bring your cakes for the Charity baking competition Fun for all the family.
Old Down Country Park Foxholes Lane Tockington
Sun 19 May 19

More details - Get Creative
Come and get creative with Bristol Embroiderers’ Guild and have a go at stitching something for spring. Using spring as inspiration, get creative and have a go at stitching something to take home. Materials will be provided.
M Shed Princes Wharf Wapping Rd Bristol
Sun 19 May 19

More details - Wild Outdoors Day
A fun-packed day the whole family can enjoy. There will be an exciting variety of nature activities, live music stage and local crafts, food and drink.
Philip Street, Bristol
Sat 18 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian month: Victorian falconry
On the third weekend of Tyntesfield’s annual Victorian month, we welcome Raphael Historic Falconry with displays and talks on the croquet lawn. Raphael Historic Falconry, the longest established professional historic falconers in the UK, bring their Victorian falconry show to Tyntesfield.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 18 May 19

More details - South Glos Food and Drink Festival
A whole weekend celebrating our two favourite things - food and drink! You certainly won’t leave hungry from the array of deliciousness available for every preference.
Bristol and Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green
Sat 18 May 19

More details - We Can Time Travel
Following his award-winning Songs for the end of the World, musician and theatre-maker Dom Coyote presents his brand-new sci-fi infused solo work, We Can Time Travel. Since he was a boy, Dom has been receiving messages from the Traveller, a mysterious voice, at the edge of time.
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Thu 16 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Spring sketching tour
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the beautiful grounds at Tyntesfield on this spring sketching tour. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will first show you how to effectively capture nature through tonal shading and mark making techniques followed by a burst of colour using chalk pastels.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Tue 14 May 19

More details - Louder Is Not Always Clearer
Jonny is a teacher, a workshop leader and an avid football fan. He’s just become a father. His friends say that he’s outgoing and that he loves music, festivals and nightclubs. Jonny is deaf. He was born deaf to hearing parents who were afraid that disability would stigmatise their son and the family.
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Mon 13 May 19

More details - Greystones - Open Garden for NGS
Peaceful garden with places to sit and enjoy a quiet corner of Bristol. Interesting courtyard with raised beds and large variety of conifers and shrubs leads to secluded garden of contrasts - from sun drenched beds with olive tree and brightly coloured flowers to shady spots, with acers, hostas and a fern walk.
Greystones, Bristol
Sun 12 May 19

More details - Arun Ghosh Quintet
Arun Ghosh Quintet Sunday 12 May 2019 Arun Ghosh (Clarinet), Chris Williams (Saxes), John Ellis (Piano), Gavin Barras (Bass), Dave Walsh (Drums) Conceived in Calcutta, bred in Bolton, matured in Manchester and now living in London, British-Asian clarinettist and composer Arun Ghosh makes a welcome return to
Bristol Old Vic, Kings St, Bristol
Sun 12 May 19

More details - Thornbury Choral Society May Concert
Spring Romance in England - Summer Wedding in North America Our exciting concert in May will be two great works – “A Cotswold Romance” and “Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast”.
The Castle School, Thornbury
Sat 11 May 19

More details - Leigh Woods - Veteran tree walk
A walk with our ranger Tor Stanfield, around Leigh Woods National Nature Reserve, discovering our wonderful veteran trees, what makes them so special and how we look after them. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 2491895. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Leigh Woods
Sat 11 May 19

More details - Quaker Family History Society Regional Bristol Meeting
A day focusing on Quaker family history in the Bristol area. The meeting is open to all but please book your place in advance to avoid disappointment. We start with A History of the Redland Meeting by Roger Sturge.
The Library Room, Redland Quaker Meeting, 126 Hampton Road, Bristol
Sat 11 May 19

More details - Re-Wild Your Self: creative writing weekend - with Bridget Holding
Unleash the passion, power and vitality in your spoken, sung and written words. Find the story you need to tell. Go from beginning to end on your project.
Bristol Green House Ashley Down Road
Sat 11 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian month: Victorian fairground entertainment and illusions
On the second weekend of Tyntesfield’s annual Victorian month, Discover History are here with their Victorian fairground entertainment and illusions.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 11 May 19

More details - motown soul & norther soul night
big macs wholly soul band + dj. ( 12 piece band ) bands 1st. set 9pm. CENTURY’S CLUB , KINGSWOOD , BS15 1AJ playing Motown, soul , & northern , dance music ( all on vinyl ) great venue, seating for 170 + standing. great dance floor. air-con, parking at rear.
CENTURY’S CLUB , KINGSWOOD
Fri 10 May 19

More details - Keynsham Comedy Club Smiley Spaces
Three of the best Stand-ups Comics from the UK and International Circuit. Each one a headliner in their own right! Charlie Baker Imagine if Jack Black, Frank Sinatra and Jethro had a son...
The Space, 5 Temple St, Keynsham.
Fri 10 May 19

More details - Rejoining Jane - Bristol
A trio of dancers perform the story of Jane, a shy librarian-turned-sailor who travels the world in search of her lost brother. Join us for Tick Tock Bridget’s first touring work Rejoining Jane, a delightfully immersive dance theatre piece for all ages, set all set in a cosy café environment.
Cafe on the Square, 136 Shirehampton Rd, Bristol
Wed 8 May 19

More details - Square Works: Flower Arranging Workshop
Have fizz on arrival and immerse yourself in flowers as part of Square Works events programme, Jasper + Quinn will teach you how to create a handful of happiness. During your workshop, you’ll learn how to prepare, arrange and wrap your own hand-tied bouquet to take home.
The Square Club 15 Berkeley Square
Tue 7 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Champion tree walk
Tyntesfield’s tree registrar, Chris Watts, leads a guided walk across the estate to explore our champion trees. Tyntesfield is home to over 40 county champion trees - the tallest, widest, oldest of their species.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 5 May 19

More details - Pucklechurch Scarecrow Trail
St Thomas a Becket Church, in Pucklechurch, South Glos, is fundraising by holding its 11th annual scarecrow competition during the May Day bank holiday. The theme is Your favourite storybook character. Start your village trail at the church, pick up your map and entry form.
St Thomas a Becket Church, Westerleigh Road, Pucklechurch.
Sun 5 May 19

More details - Holly Stoppit’s Introduction to Clowning Weekend
2-day workshop gently immersing you into the state of clown, where everything is possible and nothing is quite as it seems.
St Werburghs Primary School, Bristol
Sat 4 May 19

More details - A musical tour of Europe
A concert of music from the 16th and 17th centuries, given by Bristol-based ensembles Rosafresca, Bristowe Consort and Musica Mundi
All Saints Church, Pembroke Road, Clifton
Sat 4 May 19

More details - Live a Wild Life: Survive & Thrive – with Bridget Holding
- Come and build a relationship with your ‘inner wilds’, the vital, overlooked stepping stone to enabling the ‘outer wilds’ to survive and thrive. - For those who work in environmental organisations, and/or those who would like to access creativity and health.
Bristol Green House Ashley Down Road
Sat 4 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian month at Tyntesfield
Tyntesfield’s annual Victorian month returns this May with a variety of Victorian events and activities every weekend and through May half term. From Victorian fairground entertainment and illusions to naval re-enactments, the Victorian era is coming to life at Tyntesfield this May.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 4 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian month: The Naturals
TBC. TBC. Booking Not Needed. Accompanied children are very welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 4 May 19

More details - Fundraiser for Children's Hospice SW feat. The Mangledwurzels
A Charity Fundraiser for Children’s Hospice South West (www.chsw.org.uk/what-we-do/our-care/our-hospices/charlton-farm) Venue (www.gordanorfc.co.uk) Full details t.b.c. (The Mangledwurzels will be performing from circa 9pm) (www.facebook.com/events/326343871312757/)
Gordano Rugby Football Club, Caswell Lane, Portbury, Bristol, Avon
Fri 3 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Feel Good Friday: Tyntesfield run
Blow the cobwebs away with a morning run round the Tyntesfield estate, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way. Open to all abilities - no one will be left behind. Led by members of local running clubs. Price includes a cup of tea or filter coffee afterwards in the Cow Barn restaurant.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 3 May 19

More details - Tyntesfield - House tickets: May 2019
In 2019 the house at Tyntesfield will be open in some way, every day (except Christmas day). Tickets can be pre-booked or picked up from the Ticket Office on the day.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 1 May 19

More details - Directors' Cuts - We Want You To Watch
BY ALICE BIRCH & RASHDASH Directed by Claire O’Reilly Designed by Roisin Martindale Tue 30 Apr – Sat 4 May Pig and Sissy want to eradicate porn forever. This is not an easy thing to do, but they’re trying. They feel they have to. To be clear, they’re not prudes, or conservative, or Catholic.
The Wardrobe Theatre, The Old Market Assembly, 25 West Street, Old Market, Bristol
Tue 30 Apr 19

More details - Algars Mill - Open Garden for NGS
2 acre woodland garden bisected by R Frome; spring bulbs, shrubs; very early spring feature (Feb-Mar) of wild Newent daffodils. 300-400yr-old mill house (not open) through which millrace still runs.
Algars Mill, Bristol
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Algars Manor - Open Garden for NGS
2 acres of woodland garden beside River Frome, mill stream, native plants mixed with collections of 60 magnolias and 70 camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas, eucalyptus and other unusual trees and shrubs. Daffodils and other early spring flowers.
Algars Manor, Iron Acton
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - The Yeo Valley Organic Garden at Holt Farm - Open Garden for NGS
One of only a handful of ornamental gardens that is Soil Association accredited, 6½ acres of contemporary planting, quirky sculptures, bulbs in their thousands, purple palace, glorious meadow and posh vegetable patch. Great views, green ideas.
The Yeo Valley Organic Garden at Holt Farm, Blagdon
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - An Evening with Gilad Atzmon
An evening with Gilad Atzmon Sunday 28 April 2019 Gilad Atzmon (Saxes/Clarinet), Jim Blomfield (Piano), Will Harris (Bass), Dave Smith (Drums) If you have not witnessed Gilad Atzmon in action before then you have yet to witness a force of nature!
Bristol Old Vic, Kings St, Bristol
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Trust 10
Enjoy a 10k run with the National Trust. Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park: 3 per vehicle. National Trust members who scan their cards at our parking machines or those with an in date car sticker park free. We’ve devised a 5k, 2 loop route around the tracks and trails of Tyntesfield.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Spring sketching tour
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the beautiful grounds at Tyntesfield on this spring sketching tour. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will first show you how to effectively capture nature through tonal shading and mark making techniques followed by a burst of colour using chalk pastels.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - Family Nature Challenge
Join Avon Wildlife Trust for an afternoon taking part in the City Nature Challenge. It’s time for a springtime nature adventure to see what we can find and identify around the local nature reserves. Sweep nets, bug pots, ID charts, and smart phones at the ready….a great event for all the family!
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Make a Celtic Backstool 2019 (sold out)
On this two day workshop, with the expert guidance of the Somerset Bodgers, you can make a three legged backstool to a traditional Celtic design. Using traditional woodworking tools and techniques, you’ll shape a hardwood seat, cleave or turn leg, steam-bend a back rest and construct styles made using rounders.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - Leigh Woods - Dusk Chorus Walk
Enjoy Leigh Woods at dusk and discover the sounds of Spring with National Trust ranger Andy Jones. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 2491895. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Leigh Woods
Thu 25 Apr 19

More details - Illustrated Talk on Pruning
An insight into the general principles of pruning to get the most from your shrubs. This illustrated talk by Julie Henderson will cover the basic principles, help you avoid some common mistakes and hopefully clarify some confusions.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Thu 25 Apr 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots 2019
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by classic stories including Alice in Wonderland, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Ugly Duckling.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 24 Apr 19

More details - Autism: How to raise a happy autistic child - author talk
When Jessie Hewitson’s son was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder seven years ago, she did what most parents in the same shoes do: she searched for books about the condition - and not one of them looked as though it would really help.
Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, Patchway, Bradley Stoke
Wed 24 Apr 19

More details - UFP FILM CLUB - The 1st Anniversary  Special Presents: BREAKING HABITS
United Front Productions in association with OORworld presents... The UFP Film Club. This months event, THE 1ST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL will be an occasion not to be missed.
The Curtain Hotel 45 Curtain Road Shoreditch EC2A 3PT United Kingdom
Wed 24 Apr 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots: The Owl and The Pussycat
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by the classic story of The Owl and The Pussycat. Hunt for rings, take to water in your own boat, create a tropical tree to take home, and hear the story of The Owl and The Pussycat.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 24 Apr 19

More details - Keynsham CC Beer & Cider Fest feat. The Mangledwurzels
Keynsham CC Beer & Cider Fest with The Mangledwurzels An all-day family-friendly bank holiday event with real ales and cider, top-notch catering and live Wurzels-flavoured, cider-fuelled Scrumpy & Western entertainment from The Mangledwurzels (www.mangledwurzels.co.uk).
Keynsham Cricket Club, Frank Taylor Memorial Ground, Wellsway, Keynsham, Bristol
Sun 21 Apr 19

More details - dressed.
dressed. premiered at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe to critical acclaim, winning a Scotsman Fringe First as well as a nomination for ThisEgg for Total Theatre Awards’ Emerging Company 2018.
Tobacco Factory Theatres, Raleigh Rd, Bristol
Sun 21 Apr 19

More details - Beyond the Ridiculous Live Improvised Shows
Come watch the April Fools! Beyond The Ridiculous return to The Wardrobe Theatre for a 3-night celebration of the human condition! Holly Stoppit’s troupe of fools will be performing again this April, over the Easter weekend.
Wardrobe Theatre 25 West Street, Old Market
Fri 19 Apr 19

More details - Experience the Greatest Show in town with Esperanza the Elephant
Cabot Circus will play host to an extraordinary circus themed, interactive storytelling experience. Children are invited to join the ringmaster as he comes into town to host an unmissable day out for the whole family, alongside star of the show - Esperanza the Elephant.
Cabot Circus Shopping Centre Glass House, 25 Penn St
Wed 17 Apr 19

More details - Noisy Holiday
The Noisy Animals are looking forward to their dream holidays and have some brilliant ideas about where in the world they want to go. Kid Carpet just wants them all to be together but will he be able to keep everyone happy when he can’t even get them in the car?
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Wed 17 Apr 19

More details - Antiques, Vintage & Collectables Fair
Over 40 stalls in 2 function rooms selling a wide range collectables including books, silver, ceramics, coins, jewellery antique and modern, glassware, toys, retro & vintage homeware, furniture, military medals and Victoriarna . Monthly fair held the second Sunday of the month
BAWA Health & Leisure Club, Southmead Road, Filton Bristol, Bristol
Sun 14 Apr 19

More details - Table Top Sales
lots of new & used/second hand items for sale. Held in both halls, refreshments available.
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - HorseWorld Charity Open Day
Join us at HorseWorld for our first Charity Open Day of 2019. Meet the rescued horses, staff and volunteers on our working yard. 10:30 to 16:00 Free entry and free parking.
HorseWorld Trust, Keynes Farm, Staunton Lane, Whitchurch, Bristol
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - Leigh Woods - Leigh Woods Family Nature Day
Join our Rangers for a day exploring the nature and wildlife of Leigh Woods. Help us with a butterfly survey, learn about bats, dormice, ancient trees and much more. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 2491895. The event is aimed at families, all children must be accompanied by an adult.. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Leigh Woods
Fri 12 Apr 19

More details - Hotel Paradiso by Lost in Translation Circus
Thrillingly spectacular circus skills blend seamlessly with physical comedy, clowning, juggling, theatrical storytelling and slapstick in this colourful, loud and funny show from Lost in Translation.
Circomedia, Portland Square, Bristol
Fri 12 Apr 19

More details - Easter: Fire & Iron Festival
Spark your imagination this Easter with the sights, sounds and smells of a working forge in a living Victorian dockyard. Meet blacksmiths Kingdom Forge, on hand every day demonstrating traditional Victorian metalworking.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain, Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol
Fri 12 Apr 19

More details - Family Pinhole Photography Workshop
In this hands-on workshop, we’ll learn how to make own cameras out of things you might find around the house. Once everyone has created their cameras, we’ll load them up with some light sensitive paper before going out to capture our images which we’ll then develop in our pop-up Cartshed darkroom.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Wed 10 Apr 19

More details - Concert given by the St George Singers Music for Holy Week & Easter
The St George Singers were formed in 1979. At that time St George School in East Bristol was one of the largest comprehensive schools in the city. The school had a thriving music department that alongside instrumental groups, including a steel band boasted a choir of some five-hundred pupils.
St Mary’s Church, Manor Road, Fishponds
Tue 9 Apr 19

More details - The Selfish Giant
Inspired by the touching children’s story ‘The Selfish Giant’ by Oscar Wilde, Bristol’s two leading family theatre experts are combining forces to explore an unusual friendship, and how even the grumpiest giant’s heart can melt when Spring finally comes. Grinter is a giant.
Bristol Old Vic, King Street
Mon 8 Apr 19

Things to do in Bristol