What's On Guide 13th-20th May

What's On Guide 13th-20th May
Posted By: Admin, 13th May

Arts and Entertainment

Dialogue in the Library

Monday, 20th May, 5pm 

Redland Library, Bristol

£3 ( pay at the door )

Two talented and challenging writers - Niven Govinden ( author of “The Brutal House” ) and Saskia Vogel ( author of “Permission” ) - discuss their work and the creative writing process with Dr Madhu Krishnan ( Senior Lecturer, Department of English, University of Bristol ) and Harriet Castor ( Author + Senior Lecturer, Creative and Professional Writing, UWE )

To book a place, please email FriendsOfRedlandLibrary@gmail.com

 

Fun Dog Show

Saturday 18th May, 2pm

Meadow Vale Community Association Yard

07849801709

Strictly for ordinary pet dogs and just for fun!

£1 per dog per class, for example waggiest tale, most appealing eyes, best trick.

 

Leisure/Food/Nature/Meet ups/Community

Board Games In The Afternoon

Sunday, 19th May, 2pm                

Redland Library

£5 – includes tea and coffee ( pay at the door )

Enjoy an afternoon of playing popular board games ( such as Catan, Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride, Architects of the West Kingdom, Pandemic, Codenames, Railroad Ink, Santorini ).

Numbers are limited and booking is essential. To book a place, please email FriendsOfRedlandLibrary@gmail.com

 

For one night only Penny Brohn Presents: Doreen Doreen

Sunday 19th May, 4-11pm

Tickets £25

For more information and to book your tickets visit pennybrohn.org.uk/pbpresents or call 01275 370073.

Pop legends Doreen Doreen and favourite comedian Mark Olver will be performing in a marquee in the beautiful gardens at Penny Brohn UK’s, National Centre near Bristol.

Bars, food stalls and face glitter will feature. With plenty or laughter and dancing it promises to be a great evening!

 

Health/Wellbeing/Exercise

Making Change Happen- Drop in

Bristol Disability Equality Forum

Friday 17th May, 11.00 am till 1.00 pm

The Hub, Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze

The idea is to create a friendly and relaxed environment in which people who feel isolated and left out can talk about the barriers they face, share information and work together to change things in their area of Bristol. The groups are open to Disabled people, older people and people living with mental distress or physical health difficulties. 

 

Bristol Drugs Project, the 50+ Crowd

Wednesdays 4.30-6.30pm

Brunswick Court, Brunswick Square

For people with current or past drugs or alcohol use. Come and meet others with similar experience.

 

Learning

The Gut Stuff Roadshow

Millennium Promenade, Explore Lane

Various Prices

15th-18th May

Thegutstuff.com

Drop in throughout the week to talk about gut health, recipes and alternatives.

 

Volunteering

Walk It Volunteers, for Crohns and Collitis

Saturday 18th May, Bristol

6 hours of meet and greeting and extra support

01727 734485

https://crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/get-involved/volunteering/volunteer-at-walk-it

 

Cinema

Young @ Heart Cinema CLub

Tuesday May 14th, 2:30- 4:30pm

St. Pauls Learning Centre

Free

Light refreshments available.


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