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Bristol's Workshops & Classes Scene

Creatives has always been drawn to the city of Bristol - we don't know what came first, the creatives or the workshops and classes! Whatever your poison is: pottery, dance classes, life drawing, basket weaving, yoga - Bristol has it all. Bristol Folk House on Park Street is a key public-facing arts centre - providing workshops on photography, music writing, all forms of modern dance and everything in between (usually at affordable prices).

The RWA, Bristol's oldest art gallery (and one of the only academies left in the UK) also host an art and drawing school offering everything from month long courses to drop-in life drawing events. Other key creative spaces to check out for workshops and classes in Bristol include the Maker Shed @ St Paul's Learning Centre, Hamilton House, Bristol School of Art, Bristol Print Room and Spike Print Studio (to name just a few).

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Introducing Bristol Antifa
Bristol Antifascists is a group of local people committed to opposing fascism and all that it stands for.
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It’s not the end of the world (or maybe it is)
A comedic look at the science of climate change by Jon Matthews.
Jam Jar
Live & Online: Death, DMT and Discarnate Entities
A misadventure into magic, myth, folklore and potent neurohacking chemicals.
The Hare on the Hill
The Hare on the Hill pub quiz
Our weekly pub quiz! Big cash prizes! Win booze!
InBristol Studio
Carve a wooden spoon workshop
learn to carve a beautiful and functional wooden spoon, using just and axe and some very sharp knives!
InBristol Studio
Carve a wooden spoon workshop
learn to carve a beautiful and functional wooden spoon, using just and axe and some very sharp knives!
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Homer to Hip Hop: a History of Spoken Word
Pete the Temp shows why poets have become iconic voices of their age.
The Hare on the Hill
The Hare on the Hill pub quiz
Our weekly pub quiz! Big cash prizes! Win booze!
The Cloak and Dagger
Yoga Brunch
Energising and relaxing yoga followed by a tasty brunch and some good chat.
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Speculation, Visionaries and Modern Mythologies
A meditation on the relationship between fiction and reality by Invented Futures.
To The Moon
Dr. Sketchy - Deep Blue
Life drawing with a difference
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Monopsony Capitalism Book Launch w/ Ashok Kumar
Bristol Launch for Monopsony Capitalism: Power and Production in the Twilight of the Sweatshop Age
The Hare on the Hill
The Hare on the Hill pub quiz
Our weekly pub quiz! Big cash prizes! Win booze!
Faithspace
Bristol Contra
High energy American style Contra Dances with gender free calling held in Bristol.
Spike Island
Maxime Guitton: Times out of tune
Lecture by music historian Maxime Guitton on the work of Alvin Curran
The Palace International Film Festival 2020
The Palace International Film Festival 2020
Bristol's LGBTQ+ Film Festival w/ Workshops, Panels, Outdoor Screenings + Clubnights.
Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Grief in Literature
Explore grief in Literature as part of Good Grief Bristol
Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Public Attitudes to Grief / Grief and Dementia
Public Attitudes to Grief and Bereavement in the UK / Anticipatory Grief in Dementia
Uni of Bristol, 7 Woodland Rd
Julia Samuel: Coping with Grief and Crisis
Julia Samuel: When the Worst Happens - Coping with Grief and Crisis
Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Prolonged Grief / The Loved&Lost Project
Complicated or Prolonged Grief: Oxford Grief Study Results / The Loved&Lost Photography Project
Uni of Bristol, 7 Woodland Rd
Grief in Pop Culture / Grief in Film
Grief in Pop Culture: Public Grieving and Celebrity Deaths / Grief in Film
Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Bereavement Groups in the UK / Life's Fragility
The Formation and Legacy of Bereavement Groups in the UK / Life's Fragility: Encounters with Loss
The Cube
GADAEL TIR: STORY WELSH LAND RIGHTS AND PROTEST
Bristol Radical History Group Presents: GADAEL TIR (OR LEAVE LAND) IS A SHOW THAT TELLS THE STORY OF LAND RIGHTS AND PROTEST IN WALES.
Colston Hall Foyer
The Language of Loss: Poetry, Storytelling + Music
The Language of Loss: Poetry, Storytelling and Music
Faithspace
Bristol Contra
High energy American style Contra Dances with gender free calling held in Bristol.
Colston Hall Foyer
We’re All Going to Die and That’s OK!
We’re All Going to Die and That’s OK!
Colston Hall Workspace 1
Doodling: Self-Counselling Through Art Workshop
Doodling the Day: Self-Counselling Through Art Workshop
Colston Hall Workspace 1
Creativity to Release Trauma Art Workshop 14-24yr
Using Creativity to Release Trauma: Art Workshop (14-24 yrs)
Colston Hall Foyer
Grief is My Superpower: with Mark Lemon
Grief is My Superpower: In conversation with Mark Lemon
Colston Hall Foyer
Virginia Woolf and the Literature of Loss
Virginia Woolf and the Literature of Loss
Colston Hall Foyer
Don’t Be Afraid You’re Already Dead/ Pyramid
Don’t Be Afraid, You’re Already Dead: The People’s Pyramid
Colston Hall Foyer
The Last Act of Love with Cathy Rentzenbrink
The Last Act of Love with Cathy Rentzenbrink
Colston Hall Workshop Space 2
Poetry Workshop for Children (8-12 yrs)
Playing with Words: Poetry Workshop for Children (8-12yrs)
Colston Hall Workshop Space 1
Confronting Climate Grief (Workshop)
The Work That Reconnects: Confronting Climate Grief (Workshop)
The Square Club
Live & Online: The No.9 Bus to Utopia
After his girlfriend left him for someone she described as ‘younger but more mature’, David Bramwell embarked on a global adventure – to lea
St George's Bristol
Art Salon: The Visual Music in Art
Discussing art music and ideas in our Glass Studio
Faithspace
Bristol Contra
High energy American style Contra Dances with gender free calling held in Bristol.
Waterstones
(POSTPONED) Stephen Sexton + Bad Betty Press
An evening of poetry readings from radical UK voices, including Penguin published writer and winner of the 2019 Forward Prize.
The Square Club
(POSTPONED) Romantic Poetry & Race/Class/Gender
A crucial discussion focusing on how poetry is being used in 2020 and how the art form might progress over the next decade.
Wills Memorial Building
(POSTPONED) Romantic Bristol Walking Tour
Discover Bristol’s poetic legacy in this engaging guided walk, led by Dr Rebecca Hutcheon.
Bristol Central Library
(POSTPONED) Rebecca Tantony: Festival Poet
Leading South West poet, and our Festival Poet 2020, Rebecca Tantony, performs works of new and old, accompanied by musician Brook Tate.
Wills Memorial Building
(POSTPONED) Romantic Walking Tour: Women Writers
An engaging guided walk, focusing on the female writers of Bristol’s Romantic poetry legacy. Led by Dr Rebecca Hutcheon.
The Square Club
(POSTPONED) The Future of Poetry: Discussion Panel
A crucial discussion focusing on how poetry is being used in 2020 and how the art form might progress over the next decade.
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