What’s on in Bristol- June
The beginning of summer has arrived in Bristol and the sun has been out in force. Here is what has been happening this month and what is yet to come…
June 4th: St Werburgh’s Summer Fair
St Werburgh’s City Farm is described as ‘a green oasis in the heart of Bristol’ which includes inhabiting a city farm site, an award winning City Farm Café and 2.5 acre wildlife woodland next to 13 acres of community allotments. The first weekend of June was host to the summer fair which included lots of great live music, local food stalls, hands on workshops and a carnival procession. People also enjoyed live music and a great party atmosphere at The Farm pub on this sunny summers day.
June 4th: Grand Pier PresentsBollywood Bash
The Grand Pier team hosted a spectacular Bollywood inspired evening of live entertainment, Indian food and a DJ and Disco. People who attended got to watch and learn Bollywood dances with the Hadippa Dancers and MiddMasti and were treated to delicious Indian food, Chai Tea and Henna designs.
June 11th-25th: Bristol Festival of Nature
The Festival of nature gives wildlife-lovers of all ages a unique opportunity to discover and enjoy the natural world, featuring a line-up of hands-on activities, amazing river art and performance, workshop, celebrity talks, live entertainment, local market stalls and much more. The programme kicked off with a brilliant Bristol celebration on the weekend of the 11th and 12th of June at Bristol Harbourside.
June 17th: Gin through the Ages at the Milk Thistle
To mark World Gin Day in June, and a ‘very British love affair’ with gin, Bristol’s hippest prohibition bar The Milk Thistle will be delivering a whole week of gin related fun culminating in a very special one off party on the 17th, incorporating live music, DJs, burlesque, dancers and many different gin cocktails to celebrate!
June 28th– July 3rd: Bristol Comedy Garden at Queens Square
The very popular Bristol Comedy Garden returns this June with yet another fantastic line up of comedians and once again the beautiful setting of Queen Square with be host to legendary line-ups including Katherine Ryan, David O’Doherty and a must see for Bowie fans- Adam Buxton’s BUG: David Bowie special. The festival will be bursting with bars, live music, gourmet street food and more.