Love saves the day 4 & 5 September

Quick info:

  • Type of event: In – person
  • Date: 4th – 5th September
  • Time: 1 pm to 10 pm
  • Location: Clifton downs
  • Meeting point: N/A
  • Cost: £55-£105
  • Booking instructions: Book online


Love Saves the Day are excited to announce that the festival will look to take place on the 4 – 5 of September 2021 at its new home of Clifton Downs.

​​Love Saves the Day continues with its aims to combine the best of Bristol’s thriving underground scene with pioneering artists across the globe in one buzzing, unified space. With an emphasis on great music but a following from all of the creativity and live entertainment that occurs throughout the festival, expect the spectacular.


Foodies festival 10 – 12 September

Quick info:

  • Type of event: In – person
  • Date: 10th – 12th September
  • Time: 11am – 7pm
  • Location: Durdham Downs
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: £29 weekend ticket
  • Booking instructions: book online

Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest food festival returns to Durham Downs, Bristol. Join in the (more…)

Tokyo World 18 & 19 September

Quick info:

  • Type of event: In-Person
  • Date: 18th & 19th September
  • Time: 12pm-10pm
  • Location: Eastville park
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: £40-£70
  • Booking instructions: Tokyo World Festival

Tokyo World returns for 2021 and will be a whole weekend, taking place over two days in Bristol’s Eastville Park. 5 fields of music featuring over 100+ artists for a whole weekend. Line up information to be released soon.

Great Bristol half marathon 19 September

Quick info:

  • Type of event: In-person
  • Date: 19th September
  • Time: TBC
  • Location: TBC
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: £34 – £44
  • Booking instructions: book online

The Great Bristol Run will be an action-packed weekend of running. For the first time the 10k and Half Marathon events will take place on the same day, along with the Junior event. The 10k and Half Marathon will showcase the best of Bristol, with cheering crowds and our famous entertainment zones providing the soundtrack to your run. (more…)

The Global Heritage of British Natural History 23 September

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From the seventeenth century, Europeans engaged with a complex world of nature in the colonies in Asia, Africa and America in their pursuit of plants, minerals and human labour. That particular history of nature is often lost in the conventional narratives of natural history, which focuses on the emergence of the empirical vision of nature based on experimental, observational, and empirical methods. Drawing from British imperial history in South Asia and the Caribbean, this talk explores the alternative makings of natural history.

The Parthenon: from antiquity to controversy 23 September

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Join an archaeologist for an hour long, live webinar on the iconic Parthenon, followed by a 30 minute discussion. The Parthenon has stood tall on the top of the Acropolis in Athens for nearly 2500 years. In this webinar, we will trace its rich history from construction, through the Roman and Ottoman periods, all the way to the early 19th century, when some of its sculptures end up in London.