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June 2019

  • St Pauls Carnival Official After Party – The Old School Good Times Returns!24th June 2019

    The St Paul’s Carnival is back for 2019, following a successful return last year where 100,000 people celebrated its 50th Anniversary!

    Revellers came from all over Bristol, the UK with many travelling from overseas to join in the celebrations! This year’s theme will be 'Our…

  • Summer fun in store for visitors to Sudeley Castle 24th June 2019

    Sudeley Castle is preparing for its busiest and most fun-packed summer ever.

    A host of events are set to take place at the historic Cotswold attraction over the coming months, including open-air theatre, a summer knight school, a series of outdoor film screenings and a festival with a…

  • St Pauls Carnival announces line up for 2019 24th June 2019

    The St Pauls Carnival has announced a stellar line up for 2019 showcasing the best musical and creative talent from Bristol and beyond – with some exciting surprises still to come.

    The four stages will host a vast range of Afro Caribbean inspired and world music alongside contemporary…

  • Bristol Old Vic to 'Fly the Flag' as part of global Human Rights project this month20th June 2019

    Bristol Old Vic today announced it will be lending its support to Fly The Flag – a week-long global initiative marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    To mark the anniversary, artist Ai Weiwei has created a flag inspired by his reaction to the global…

  • Bristol Ferment announces July's Ferment Fortnight line-up20th June 2019

    Bristol Ferment announces line-up for July’s Ferment Fortnight, celebrating work-in-progress from artists and companies across the South West

    FERMENT FORTNIGHT (Mon 8 – Sat 20 Jul)

    Now in its ninth year, bi-annual work-in-progress festival Ferment Fortnight is back and…

  • Staycation summer signals another strong year at leading Somerset resort 20th June 2019

    With staycations set to soar this summer Wookey Hole Caves is preparing to welcome thousands more guests to the top Somerset resort. 

    Over the past ten years Wookey Hole Caves has steadily expanded its holiday park, investing £5 million into its leisure offering to cater for…

  • Pizza1889 firing up in Broadmead20th June 2019

    Bristol’s pizza lovers can look forward to a new place to eat in the heart of the city 

    An artisan pizza restaurant taking its name from the year the Margherita pizza was invented is coming to Bristol’s Broadmead shopping area. Pizza1889’s new location will be the…

  • The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle appointed Dean of Westminster19th June 2019

    Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of the Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle as the new Dean of Westminster. He is currently Dean of Bristol and will succeed the Very Reverend Dr John Hall who retires on 1st November 2019, All Saints’ Day, after 13 years at Westminster Abbey.…

  • Join the global celebrations and enjoy live music right across the UK on Make Music Day 2019 19th June 2019

    The 21st June is Make Music Day. Each year since 1982 the summer solstice has brought music makers and music lovers together for free in public spaces to celebrate the energising, humanising power of music.

    What sets Make Music Day apart from other events is that anyone who wants to make music…

  • Expo showcases best venues for business Christmas parties 18th June 2019

    A citywide Christmas Business Expo at Ashton Gate in July will include a raffle on behalf of Bristol Hotelier’s Association’s chosen charities the Teenage Cancer Trust and Children’s Hospice South West.  

    Organised by the Bristol Venue Network, the free event will…

  • Longleat’s Aussie-themed Food & Drink Festival set to be the biggest ever18th June 2019

    This year’s Australian-themed Food & Drink Festival at Longleat (June 22nd-23rd) is set to be the most ambitious to date.

    Celebrating the recent opening of Koala Creek, and now in its third year, the Festival showcases the finest local produce while also celebrating international…

  • Bottoms up! The Bristol Hippodrome and Aluna unveil three exciting new Dirty Dancing-inspired cocktails ahead of show’s return to Bristol18th June 2019

    Baby carried a watermelon – but now you can drink one instead thanks to three delicious new drinks celebrating the arrival of Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage at The Bristol Hippodrome!

    Luxurious Bristol cocktail bar Aluna has teamed up with the Hippodrome to create three…

  • World Cup bookings windfall: It’s just not cricket! 18th June 2019

    Bristol’s fast-growing short term letting and Airbnb phenomenon is hitting small B&Bs, closing down restaurants and hitting hotel occupancy across the city. 

    That’s according to Bristol Hoteliers Association, which has taken up the cudgels on behalf of fellow…

  • Magnificent seven wolf pups born at Longleat17th June 2019

    Delighted keepers at Longleat Safari Park are celebrating the arrival of no fewer than seven tiny wolf pups.

    Image: Credit Longleat

    The bumper litter of European wolves, which were born last month, are being carefully looked after by mum Eliska and dad Jango.

    The protective parents…

  • Noah’s Ark celebrates 20 years. 17th June 2019

    The doors of Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm have been open since 1999 and to celebrate 20 years, the zoo is having a birthday party on June 22nd and is opening on Sundays through-out the summer.

    Commercial Director, Larry Bush said “We are very excited to hold a summer birthday party, to…

  • The Mormons are coming to Bristol!17th June 2019


    The Book of Mormon, Broadway’s smash-hit musical written by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, is coming to Bristol.

    The Tony®, Olivier® and Grammy® award-winning show will begin performances at the Bristol Hippodrome on…

  • Gloucestershire Cricket announce major fundraising event at the Bristol County Ground14th June 2019

    Gloucestershire Cricket in partnership with Bristol charity Rainbow @ Grief Encounter will be holding a major fundraising event on Sunday 4th August, known as ‘Rainbow Day’.

    The Twenty20 fixture against Sussex at the Bristol County Ground will focus on raising awareness for the local…

  • Russell Howard announces homecoming gigs at The Bristol Hippodrome as part of world tour Respite13th June 2019

    Russell Howard has added three extra dates at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on the 20th, 21st and 23rd September 2020 and six dates in his hometown at the Bristol Hippodrome from 29th June-4th July 2020 to his upcoming world tour, Respite, to meet demand for tickets

    After the global success…

  • Bristol Harbour Festival programme announced for 201913th June 2019

    Bristol’s flagship event, the Bristol Harbour Festival returns to the city on the 19th to 21st  July featuring familiar favourites, new attractions and filling the harbour with three and a half miles of vessels, food markets, circus acts, live music and performers.

    Showcasing the…

  • The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes13th June 2019

    The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes. TX – Channel 4, Wednesday 12th June at 9pm

    Via a ground-breaking new series, the UK’s first ever restaurant staffed by people living with dementia is about to open its doors. 

    In a daring five-week experiment, 14 volunteers…

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