What's on this February in Bedminster

Now that Dryanuary is over we can all come out of hiding and enjoy Bedminster without the worry that our resolutions will be broken. And if Dryanuary just wasn’t your thing, you might see the pubs a little bit fuller starting this month, which can only mean better times!

But Bedminster is more than just amazing pubs and there’s no short list of exciting things going on even if February is the shortest month of the year!

Here’s a round-up of some of the events that have us excited, from health and wellness to live music and family events, BS3 has you covered for February.



The Tobacco Factory Theatres Half Term Sessions @ Zion Community Arts Centre

8-12 years: 18 February, 5-7 years: 19 February, 8-11 years: 20 February, 10:00am-3:30pm

An exciting day of drama games and activities that explore what makes a hero and a villain. Build your own costumes and dream up your best character with the help of experienced facilitators.


Mini Pizza Making Workshop @ Windmill Hill City Farm

21 February, 1pm-3pm

Families will be able to design and cook their very own mini pizzas in Windmill Hill City Farm’s wood burning oven! Drop-in session, no bookings required.


BS3 Repair Cafe @ West Street URC

23 February, 1:30pm-4:30pm

Do you have a broken toaster? The kid’s bike could use some TLC? Come and get it repaired by some expert volunteers who will give your broken pieces new life. Stick around for a nice cuppa and homemade cake and rummage through the jumble sale while you’re at it.


Health and Wellness

Yoga Workshops @ Trika Yoga

Various dates throughout February

Whether you’ve been looking for the place to start or you’re a die-hard yogi looking to improve your practice, Trika Yoga has a wide variety of workshops and courses for exactly what you’re looking for.


UV Boulder Party @ Redpoint Bristol

2 February, 12pm-2am

A day and night of climbing, dancing and fun under a UV light and an Outer Space theme! Kids and adults alike can participate in the climbing competition or just come by and enjoy the fun and watch some of Bristol’s best climbers take on the showcase finale!


How to be Lonely @ The Albatross Cafe

The second of a series of four discussion evenings where The Albatross explores a negatively perceived word from the other side, aiming to prove that anything we feel or are can be a truly positive thing. Free to come, but you’re encouraged to support The Albatross by buying your favourite hot or cold drink.


February Gig Feature

Dorian Concept (Brainfeeder) & Jameszoo @ Fiddlers

15 February, 8:00pm

Spend your Friday night with electronic jazz artists Dorian Concept and Jameszoo. This double bill will bring some heat to the cold February nights. Tickets are £15.26 and available here.