As summer officially begins, we’re doing everything we can to stay outside this June. Bedminster is BURSTING with events, gigs and special foodie experiences.
Here’s our round up for this month, bring on the long days, sunshine and all things BS3!
Wyldwood Arts: Playing Together @ Tobacco Factory Theatres
Mondays at 10:30am, £2.50/participant, accompanying parents and carers go free
A new session inviting older and younger people to come together to interact through play, music, movement and crafts. The sessions are suitable for pre-school children and babies and older adults, including those living in care homes. Come along to share the joy of playing together!
15-16 June 12-5pm
Ever wonder what’s behind all of Bedminster’s brick row house? Now is your opportunity to have a peek inside and see the creative, productive and beautiful hidden gardens of BS3. See the website for a guide to over 25 of Bedminster’s secret gardens.
Art Street Market @ Tobacco Factory Sunday Market
Sunday 23 June, 10am-2:30pm
A special street market on Raleigh Road filled with local artists, a children’s workshop by Let’s Make Art (https://www.facebook.com/letsmakeartkids/), live music from The Brass Disciples and live art demos! Bring the whole family for this special market Sunday!
Campfire Club Bristol @ Windmill Hill City Farm
Thursdays in June, £16
Campfire Club is famous for giving Londoners a way to gather in a beautiful green space and listen to music from all over the world, now they’ve finally come to Bristol. Coming together the way we have for thousands of years to enjoy music, food and drink around an amazing campfire.
Thursday 6th June: Harri Endersby
Thursday 13th June: Sam Lee
Thursday 20th June: Alasdair Roberts
Thursday 27th June: Ye Vagabonds
Break the Cycle @ Ashton Gate
June 30, £35.00-£42.50/rider
Returning for its ninth year, Break the Cycle is a charity bike ride that raises money for Bristol Sport’s family of charities. More than 250 cyclists will suit up and complete one of three routes (40 miles, 65 miles, 100 miles) for an unforgettable day of cycling around our beautiful city and supporting an amazing cause.
Thali started as a food truck at Glastonbury and brings India’s amazing flavours to a small restaurant on North Street. Thali strives to ‘do more with less’ and prides itself on being sustainable and using seasonal and local ingredients to minimise their impact on the environment.