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More details - Tyntesfield - Alice in Wonderland with Immersion Theatre
Summer outdoor theatre on the Croquet Lawn from Immersion Theatre. Tyntesfield and Immersion Theatre invite you to join us on the Croquet Lawn for Lewis Carroll’s classic story of Alice in Wonderland.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 16 Aug 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 16 Aug 19

More details - Turtle Bay Summer Sound Clash Festival
Caribbean restaurant, Turtle Bay, has announced a four-day Summer Sound Clash Festival that will take place across seven of its restaurants on selected dates throughout July and August.
Turtle Bay 8 Broad Quay
Thu 15 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Evening nature walk with Tyntesfield's ranger
Complete one of your 50 Things to do before 11 and 3/4 by going on a nature walk at night with Tyntesfields area ranger. Discover the creatures that come out to play after the visitors have gone home on a night time nature walk with Tyntesfields ranger.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 14 Aug 19

More details - Physical Theatre Summer School led by Dominique Fester
Holly Stoppit Workshops are delighted to be hosting a week-long summer school from experienced physical theatre teacher, Dominique Fester. ** DEADLINE EXTENDED - NOW BOOKING ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS ** Discover theatre beyond words and engage with your body to create compelling physical theatre.
St Michael’s Parish Hall, Park Lane, Bristol
Mon 12 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Make a Windsor chair with the Somerset Bodgers (sorry, sold out)
Make your very own Windsor chair from scratch with master craftspeople, the Somerset Bodgers. With expert guidance from our experienced tutors, you can learn the skills you need to make your own elegant Windsor chair on this six day course.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Mon 12 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Victorian horse and carriage rides: August 2019
Travel back in time with Victorian horse and carriage rides at Tyntesfield. You can travel back in time and catch a ride on a Victorian horse and carriage at Tyntesfield. Rides start from outside the front of the house and last approximately 15 minutes. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 10 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEfest 2019: Beatrix Potter tales
A day for 2-5 year olds and their families to celebrate National Playday at Tyntesfield, this year inspired by the tales of Beatrix Potter. In celebration of National Playday, TYNTEfest is a day for 2-5 year olds and their families.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Thu 8 Aug 19

More details - International Mini Meeting (feat. The Mangledwurzels on Friday)
International Mini Meeting (feat. The Mangledwurzels on FRIDAY 9th AUGUST 2019) The International Mini Meeting is coming to Bristol, set in the beautiful south west countryside. Based at Washingpool Farm minutes from the M5 motorway.
Washingpool Farm (Easter Compton Farm Shop) Main Road, Easter Compton, Bristol
Thu 8 Aug 19

More details - Jekka's Herbetum - Open Garden for NGS
Jekka’s Herbetum is a living encyclopaedia of herbs, displaying the largest collection of culinary herbs in Europe. A wonderful resource for plant identification for the gardener and a gastronomic experience for chefs and cooks.
Jekka’s Herbetum, Bristol
Sun 4 Aug 19

More details - Bristol Male Voice Choir
Choral Concert
Page Park Bandstand, Staple Hill, South Gloucestershire
Sun 4 Aug 19

More details - Bristol's Brilliant Archaeology
Festival of Archaeology 2019: Join Bristol Culture’s museum archaeologists and a whole host of local societies, heritage organisations, re-enactors and field archaeologists for a fun-packed day full of tours, demonstrations, displays and archaeological activities.Â
Blaise Castle House Museum, Henbury Road, Bristol,
Sat 3 Aug 19

More details - South Gloucestershire Show
The South Gloucestershire Show is a celebration of life in South Gloucestershire. The Show brings together the people of South Gloucestershire for a weekend of fun and entertainment. With the previous year’s seeing attendance at over 29,000, it is expected to be another successful year for the Show.
Westerleigh Road
Sat 3 Aug 19

More details - Untune the Sky: Ch'io t'ami - Italian Madrigals
The madrigal of the late 16th and early 17th centuries was a hotbed of experimentation in new forms of musical and poetic expression, as composers and performers pushed the boundaries of harmony, rhetoric, and virtuosic display.
St Stephen’s Church, 21 St Stephen’s St, Bristol
Wed 31 Jul 19

More details - Archaeology Club for Children
Fun hands-on activities suitable for children aged 7 - 11 exploring more about our ancient past. Tues 30 July is - Stone Age Day. Try cave art, mammoth hunting, nettle rope, and make a Bronze age pot! Wed 31 July is Invaders and Settlers Day.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Tue 30 Jul 19

More details - International Touring Tribute Band Festival
LOVE LITTLE MIX? LOVE ONE DIRECTION? LOVE BRUNO MARS? Then don’t miss out on this year’s big event at Old Down Country Park. Nationally touring tribute bands of all the above groups will be playing at our Family Festival.
Old Down Country Park Foxholes Lane Tockington
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Romans at the Villa
Festival of Archaeology 2019: Visit Kings Weston Roman Villa to discover amazing mosaics, a bath suite and underfloor heating.Handle real Roman objects and meet our friendly Romans from the Ermine Street Guard.
Kings Weston Roman Villa, Long Cross, Lawrence Weston,
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - 9 Greenpark Road - Open Garden for NGS
This city garden (260 sq m) overflows with interest and contains some unusual plants. Created by the current owners 3 yrs ago, the clever design of this family garden caters for all.
9 Greenpark Road, Bristol
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Park Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
Take a colourful journey through 1¼ acres of this ’Alice in Wonderland’ garden. Divided by high hedges is an established perennial flower garden developed over 26 yrs.
Park Cottage, Bristol
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Portishead Summer Show
A Show with a host of attractions for all. Three marquees with Horticultural, Handicraft and Cookery exhibits and Trade stands.
The Show Field, Clevedon Road, Portishead
Sat 27 Jul 19

More details - Square Works Stories: Yena, What it takes to be a young entrepreneur
Stories is a series of informal talks centered around individual’s journeys from launch to success with a specific focus on the challenges they faced at the outset, how they pushed through to where they are and their aspirations and predications for the future.
The Square Club, 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol
Tue 23 Jul 19

More details - West Gallery Music Workshop
West Gallery music was popular in the 18th - 19th centuries, led by a rustic village band and choir until Victorian churches threw them out in favour of organs and robed choirs. So come and recreate this fun lively sound in St Michaels church! (next-door to the medieval barn).
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 20 Jul 19

More details - Luna: a play about the moon
An exploration of our long and loving relationship with the Moon, and fifty years since Neil Armstrong made his first ’one small step’.
The Wardrobe Theatre, The Old Market Assembly, 25 West Street, Old Market, Bristol
Sat 20 Jul 19

More details - The Comedy of Errors
Open-Air Shakespeare production, bring along a picnic and enjoy this classic comedy in a beautiful setting. Folky Theatre present Shakespeare’s classic tale of mistaken identities. After being separated from their twins in a shipwreck, Antipholus and his servant Dromio go to Ephesus to find them.
Boiling Wells Amphitheatre St Werburghs City Farm, Watercress Rd
Fri 19 Jul 19

More details - Friday Twilights at Bristol Zoo Gardens
Our popular Friday Twilights returns to Bristol Zoo Gardens this summer! Get closer to nature and experience the Zoo like never before at a completely unique evening. We’re opening our doors after hours and offering you more than just a breath-taking visit to see our animals and award-winning gardens.
Bristol Zoo Gardens Clifton
Fri 19 Jul 19

More details - The Manila Majesty Virtual Run
Let Every Stride Matter! Join us at the Manila Majesty Virtual Run to: Achieve your personal fitness goals; Train for upcoming marathons and other fitness challenges; Take pride in achieving your running goals with premium, stunning finisher medals; Allow you to drive and contribute to a worthy cause of...
This is a Virtual Run.
Tue 16 Jul 19

More details - University of Bristol Botanic Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Exciting contemporary botanic garden with organic flowing network of paths which lead visitors through collections of Mediterranean flora, rare native, useful plants (incl European and Chinese herbs) and those that illustrate plant evolution. Large floral displays illustrating pollination/flowering plant evolution.
University of Bristol Botanic Garden, Bristol
Sun 14 Jul 19

More details - Car Boot/Table Top Sale
St johns Church Car Boot sale pitches cost £5 and £7 using one of our tables all are welcome. Sat 13th July starting at 10am to 12noon
St Johns Church Lodge causeway fishponds Bristol
Sat 13 Jul 19

More details - Wine-Tasting at the Barn
25 years in the wine trade means Ian Redfearn is extremely knowledgeable about what makes a great wine and is also the perfect host to guide us through this evening.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 13 Jul 19

More details - OUT WEst presents - Ain't No Evol Charity Fundraiser
Back for 6th installment of the best little festival in The West. Featuring the finest in Ska, Dub, Bluegrass, Punk, Rockabilly, Swing, Americana and beyond. All set in the backdrop of the beautiful Wiltshire Plains. Pub prices at the bar, local handmade ciders, real ales, etc.
The Mother’s Ruin, Bristol
Sat 13 Jul 19

More details - The Newport Medieval Ship
In 2002, the remains of a 15th century ship were found buried in the muddy bank of the river Usk in Newport. The timbers and associated finds have given a fascinating insight into the life and times of medieval Newport and her trading partners along the Atlantic seaboard.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Thu 11 Jul 19

More details - VR100
Grandpa has reached 100! You are cordially invited to raise a glass to toast his first century... and launch his next. Virtual Reality experience architects, BucketList.vr, are pleased to welcome you all - Grandpa’s friends and family - with nibbles and discount subscription packages.
The Lansdown, 8 Clifton Road, Bristol
Thu 11 Jul 19

More details - Facebook & Instagram Advertising masterclass
Square Works is presenting an extremely helpful workshop with social media queen, Keri Hudson. Discover how to use Facebook and Instagram advertising for your business at this practical, creative and jargon-free workshop.
The Square Club, 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol
Thu 11 Jul 19

More details - Carers Support Group
ARE YOU A CARER? Just want to talk to someone? Need understanding? COFFEE POT CARERS SUPPORT GROUP meets every second Wednesday of the month from 9.30 to 11am. St Luke’s Church Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol BS5 9FB. Come through the door opposite the primary school.
St Luke’s Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Wed 10 Jul 19

More details - Qupid
Based on distorted logic and terrible scientific inaccuracies, Qupid is a revolutionary new dating service that will change your love life forever.
Life Sciences Building, University of Bristol, 24 Tyndall Avenue
Fri 5 Jul 19

More details - Roisin Crowley Linton: Teenage Kicks
Roisin Crowley Linton is BACK IN BRISTOL! You’ve seen her headlining your favourite comedy, poetry and burlesque shows (Quipped, Milk Poetry, Lavrak Circus), now she’s bringing her brand new show Teenage Kicks to The Room Above for a very exciting preview.
The Room Above, 133 St Michaels Hill
Fri 5 Jul 19

More details - Winds of Change, Bandstand Concert
Wind Band Concert on the Bandstand in Page Park performed by Winds of Change. Refreshments available at the Bean Tree Cafe and from Tony’s Ice Cream Van.
Page Park, Staple Hill, South Gloucestershire
Sun 30 Jun 19

More details - Vine House - Open Garden for NGS
1½ acres of garden behind listed Georgian house. Mature trees, shrubs, herbaceous borders, rock stream and gunnera. Garden originally planted in 1940’s for yr-round interest by the Hewer family, and features many unusual plants and trees.
Vine House, Bristol
Sun 30 Jun 19

More details - The Steampunk Mistress and the Time Machine
Two of Bristol’s most exciting theatre companies, CLOSER EACH DAY COMPANY and SHOW OF STRENGTH, join forces to take you on a Steampunk voyage through time and space. A promenade performance exploring the SS Great Britain, inside and out, it’s the perfect way to spend a summer evening.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road Bristol
Sun 30 Jun 19

More details - Cancer Research - Race for Life 10K & 5K
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is a series of events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer. Thousands of people uniting with one purpose. To come together. To raise money. To beat cancer. Cancer Research wants to encourage everyone to help fight the cause.
The Downs, Stoke Road
Sun 30 Jun 19

More details - Bristol Concert Orchestra: Americano! Gershwin's American in Paris, Ba
Like an extra strong Americano, this concert is overflowing with some of the best music from across the pond: Two offerings from Samuel Barber with his famous and poignant Adagio for Strings, and the lesser-known, but gloriously lush, rhapsody for voice and orchestra Knoxville: Summer of 1915 set to words of James
St George’s, Great George Street, Bristol
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal boundary walks
With 540 acres of land to explore, Tyntesfield is the perfect place for a guided walk, following the boundary wall and stopping for lunch in the Kitchen Garden. Discover rarely told tales and tread untrodden paths across fields and up through wooded glens.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Quiz Night
Enjoy an evening of fun and put your skill and knowledge to the test! Come to our light-hearted quiz night and show off your brain-power... ++ Teams of 5 or 6 people work well ! :-) ++ ** We are in the upstairs hall - just go to the main church entrance !
St Luke’s Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Cancer Research - Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids & Pretty Muddy 5K
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is a series of events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer. Thousands of people uniting with one purpose. To come together. To raise money. To beat cancer. Cancer Research wants to encourage everyone to help fight the cause.
The Downs, Stoke Road
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Summer Serenade
Conductor: Tim Harrison Leader: Bob Pinniger Soloist: Lucy Keeley (Oboe) Purcell: Abdelazer Suite Elgar: Chanson de Matin et Nuit Parry: Lady Radnor Suite Dvorak: Slavonic Dances from op 46 Polka and Furiant Marcello: Oboe Concerto in D minor, Soloist: Lucy Keeley Mozart: Divertimento in F
Frenchay Parish Church, Frenchay Common
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Avon Lodge to host Teddy Bear’s Picnic Friday 28th June
Avon Lodge care home is inviting the friends, family and the local community to join residents at the home on Friday 28th June for a special Teddy Bear’s Picnic from 1pm to celebrate National Care Home Open Day. There will be music, fun and entertainment; including a ‘guess the name of the bear’ competition.
Avon Lodge, Southey Avenue, Kingswood
Fri 28 Jun 19

More details - Write for a Young Adult Audience and get published
To celebrate National Writing Day, authors, Emma Smith-Barton and Kesia Lupo will discuss writing YA novels and how to get your work published. They’ll be covering: How to get your work published How can you get your work noticed by an agent or publisher?
The Square Club, Berkeley Square, Bristol
Wed 26 Jun 19

More details - Rude Awakening and Project Awesome
We at Rude Health have officially named Bristol the UK’s most ‘in rude health’ city. We’re heading south west with free breakfasts and free batty workouts to celebrate. Please come and join us. Everyone is welcome.
Centre Promenade (next to Statue of Neptune), Bristol
Mon 24 Jun 19

More details - Doynton House - Open Garden for NGS
A variety of garden areas separated by old walls and hedges. Mixed borders, wall planting, parterre, rill garden, walled vegetable garden, cottage beds, pool garden, dry garden, peach house and greenhouse. Bees. Chickens. Meadow area in 2nd year.
Doynton House, Bristol
Sun 23 Jun 19

More details - Swift House - Open Garden for NGS
Weve designed our city garden to look beautiful, provide fruit and vegetables and to be a haven for wildlife. Plants are grown to provide food and shelter throughout the year with the emphasis on flowers that are nectar rich. We have the largest breeding colony of swifts in Bristol www.bristolswifts.co.uk.
Swift House, Bristol
Sun 23 Jun 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 23 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Summer sketching tour
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the beautiful landscapes of Tyntesfield on this summer sketching tour. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will first show you how to create successful landscapes through tonal shading and erasure methods with chalk and charcoal.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal sketching tours
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the beautiful landscapes and changing colours of Tyntesfield on these summer and autumn sketching tours. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will demonstrate working with different materials and methods on these seasonal workshops.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - DogFest
DogFest - The ultimate summer festival for dogs returns for 2019 with a bonanza of shows, displays and activities! This year DogFest Bristol will take place in the stunning venue: Ashton Court on Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd June with special guests – Noel Fitzpatrick and Clare Balding!
Ashton Court Estate, Long Ashton
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - HorseWorld Charity Open Day
Join us at HorseWorld for our second Charity Open Day of 2019. Meet the horses, staff and volunteers on our working rescue yard. 10:30 to 16:00 Free entry and free parking.
HorseWorld Trust, Keynes Farm, Staunton Lane, Whitchurch, Bristol
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - Baba's Song
A vocal journey into the messiness of one woman’s motherhood, Baba’s Song is a wild roar in the woods and a panic attack in Mothercare.
The Wardrobe Theatre, The Old Market Assembly, 25 West Street, Old Market
Fri 21 Jun 19

More details - Casino Royale Dance Weekend
CASINO NIGHT DANCE WEEKEND Entertainment for all. Line dancing and dance in Line socials and workshops, suitable for all standards with walk through’s, tuition, and split floor dancing.
Warrens Holiday Village, Colehouse Lane, Clevedon
Fri 21 Jun 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots: Alice in Wonderland
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by the classic story of Alice in Wonderland. Play croquet by the Rose Garden, create a mad hat, help the Queen of Hearts by painting the white roses red, and hear the story of Alice in Wonderland.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 19 Jun 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 19 Jun 19

More details - Circus Funtasia
Circus Funtasia is back in Yate from 19th - 23rd June, and it’s bigger and better than ever! This phenomenal live show goes beyond all your expectations, and proves that the circus isn’t just for kids.
Yate Town Football Club, Lodge Road, Yate
Wed 19 Jun 19

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 - 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 - 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 - 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 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 - '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 - 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 - Tyntesfield - House tickets: June 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
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

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