Events Around Bristol

May events    

More details - Carers Support Group
ARE YOU A CARER NEEDING UNDERSTANDING? COFFEE POT CARERS SUPPORT GROUP meets every second Wednesday of each month 9.30 to 11am. St Luke’s Church Hall Queen Ann Road Barton Hill Bristol BS5 9FB opposite the primary school. For any carer needing a listening ear, just turn up.
St Luke’s Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Wed 13 Mar, Wed 10 Apr, Wed 8 May

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, Sun 12 May, Sun 9 Jun

More details - Fundraiser for Children's Hospice SW feat. The Mangledwurzels
A Charity Fundraiser for Children’s Hospice South West ( Venue ( Full details t.b.c. (The Mangledwurzels will be performing from circa 9pm) (
Gordano Rugby Football Club, Caswell Lane, Portbury, Bristol, Avon
Fri 3 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 and Sun 5 May

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 and Mon 6 May

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 - 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 to Wed 15 May

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 to Sat 18 May

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 and Sun 19 May

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 - 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 - 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 to Sat 25 May

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 and Sun 26 May

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 to Sat 1 Jun

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