What’s On

TUESDAY 20th JULY

Live Online Rhyme & Storytime
When: 11am
Where: Online
Cost: Free

A live rhyme and story session, along with a craft activity; perfect for little ones and their families!

SUNDAY 25th JULY

Miniature Train Rides at Ashton Court Railway
When: 12-4pm
Where: Ashton Court Railway, BS8 3PX
Cost: £1.30 per ticket, card payments only
More details

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Bring your kids to ride on this miniature railway this weekend!
Featuring a selection of real steam, electric and petrol driven trains on two main tracks, each 1/3 mile long and in the form of continuous loops.
Ideal for all ages, social distancing guidelines apply.

MONDAY 26th JULY

Joseph Coelho: Poetry for Families
When: 11am-12 noon
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Join us for an hour with award-winning children’s author, poet and playwright Joseph Coelho.

Joseph’s poetry creates all sorts of other worlds… with wild ideas and unforgettable images, he invites us to dream about possible impossibilities. Everyday situations are turned into mini-dramas. Stories and poems of the past make guest appearances.

For children aged 5-11 years.

THURSDAY 12th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

FRIDAY 13th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

SATURDAY 14th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

SUNDAY 15th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

TUESDAY 17th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

WEDNESDAY 18th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

THURSDAY 19th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

FRIDAY 20th AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

SATURDAY 21st AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

SUNDAY 22nd AUGUST

Museum of the Moon: Bristol Cathedral
When: 9-5am
Where: Bristol Cathedral
Cost: Free

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by talented artist, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.  There is accompanying surround sound composition, adding to the magical effect.

Free but donations welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a charity for people who are homeless. There may be queues to the event and pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.

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