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3AUG

Summer Walk: Reading the Streets at Stokes Croft on Wednesday 8th August 2018

Stokes Croft. It's an area in the city that is as divisive as it is diverse, that's for sure. So what better time to let Chris Chalkley, Founder of the People's Republic of Stokes Croft, shed his own illuminating perspective on one of Bristol's...
3AUG

Magic at the Museum at The Helicopter Museum throughout August 2018

The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare will be holding a series of Magic at the Museum events throughout August 2018.  From 11 am to 2 pm on Wednesdays throughout August, the museum's hangars will be jam-packed with plenty of entertaining...
3AUG

Harvey Causon and Bristol producer Gabriel Gifford unveil brand-new 'Murphy's Hand' EP, available now online

Already making waves on the Bristol scene and beyond, singer-songwriter Harvey Causon and prolific producer Gabriel Gifford are excited to announce the release of their latest EP, Murphy's Hand, out now on all major online platforms. The EP is the...
3AUG

August 2018 highlights at The Fleece

The Fleece is one of the first names that comes to mind when you think of Bristol's bustling music scene. Hosting a huge range of events from Hip-Hop to Dub, student nights to discos, they've got it all. Gaining huge support from the public...
3AUG

The Gin To My Tonic Summer Party at The Passenger Shed on Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th August 2018

As we all know, social media can be a fickle ol' thing; both a blessing and a curse. In the case of The Gin To My Tonic, one of the UK's leading social media channels espousing the delicious virtues of this fine juniper-based beverage,...
2AUG

Bristol Hoppers Brunel, Breweries & Brigstow" Beer Tour on Sunday 5th August 2018

Learn about Bristol's burgeoning craft beer scene whilst indulging in a spot of city history with Bristol Hoppers' Brunel, Breweries & Brigstow Beer Tour which takes place on Sunday 5th August 2018. The all-inclusive walking...
2AUG

Egypt Explorers at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery on Wednesday 8th August 2018

Discover the marvels of ancient Egypt as part of Egypt Explorers at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery on Wednesday 8th August 2018.   Aimed at older kids between 8 and 11, the event will be an immersive, hands-on workshop full of enthralling...
2AUG

Best Bristol burger deals for students

Bristol is teeming with a vast array of excellent burger bars, but it might be difficult to sniff out cheap deals from a sea of overpriced pattys. Instead, pass on an ill-informed choice and take your pick from 365Bristol’s list of the...
2AUG

Free dinosaur-making workshop at The Galleries on Thursday 2nd August 2018

Brizzle Kidz Clubhouse is holding a free Jurassic themed workshop today in The Galleries!    Brizzle Kids Clubhouse is The Galleries’ very own kids club, who are offering fun-filled, family-friendly activities every Thursday this...
1AUG

Open Day at PDSA PetAid Hospital on Thursday 2nd August 2018

Love animals and ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at Bristol's Pet Hospital? Well, wonder no more, for the PDSA - the UK's leading vet charity - will be hosting a special Open Day in Bristol on Thursday 2nd August 2018. Providing...
1AUG

African Carnival for World Lion Day at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm on Saturday 4th August 2018

Celebrate World Lion Day at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol on Saturday 4th August 2018.   Spirits will be high and there will be a positively exuberant and abundant cavalcade of African dancers weaving their way around the zoo.  Joining...
1AUG

Bath-based indie group Gum Soul release debut single 'Sour'

Having gotten together back in February, Gum Soul are proud to unveil their debut single, Sour, out today on all major online platforms. The track represents a strong start for the Bath-based four-piece, with strong indie riffs and a decidedly grungy...
1AUG

Summer Crafty Cathedral at Bristol Cathedral throughout August 2018

The summer holidays just wouldn't be the summer holidays without plenty of crafty (in the arty, not cheeky, sense) things to do to keep the city's ankle biters busy - so it's a bit of luck that the marvelous folk at Bristol Cathedral will...
1AUG

Bristol Live Music Highlights - August 2018

Here at 365Bristol, we're committed to making you aware of the best Bristol has to offer in terms of live music, great food and drink, days out and more. With the Live Music Highlights series, we'll be providing you with a list of the top live...
1AUG

Unmissable live music at The Crofters Rights all through August!

The Crofters Rights is fast becoming one of the top live music venues in the Stokes Croft area, and August 2018 will see the venue host one of their busiest months to date. As many as 25 live musical and spoken word acts are due to perform at the popular...
1AUG

Harvey Causon and Bristol producer Gabriel Gifford to unveil brand-new 'Murphy's Hand' EP this Friday 3rd August

Already making waves on the Bristol scene and beyond, singer-songwriter Harvey Causon and prolific producer Gabriel Gifford are excited to announce the release of their latest EP, Murphy's Hand, set to go live on all major online platforms on Friday...
31JUL

Crane Rides at M Shed from Wednesday 1st to Sunday 12th August 2018

M Shed in Bristol is giving you the chance to take part in what has to be one of the most exciting events of the summer - a ride in an actual working electric crane and the fabulous Fairbairn steam crane on the city's historic dockside.  Yep,...
31JUL

Stokes Croft Photography Exhibition at Coexist Gallery from Thursday 2nd to Wednesday 8th August 2018

The vibrant, diverse people and spirit of bohemian Stokes Croft will be captured in a photography exhibition at Coexist Gallery in the area and run from Thursday 2nd to Wednesday 8th August 2018.   A special portrait series created by...