One Step For Curiosity: A Rare Look Inside the Space Shuttle Enterprise 13 &14 July

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During this special live one-hour digital tour experience, the Intrepid Museum’s Curator of Aviation, Eric Boehm, will take you inside the actual space shuttle! The interior of the Enterprise is not open to the public, and few people outside of NASA have had the opportunity to examine or even see inside this marvel of engineering. Don’t miss this incredible and rare opportunity!

Neuroscience Workshop 19 July

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In this workshop, we’ll look at two case studies, firstly, from how you would conceptualise them in your own approach, and then consider how they may be explained through a neurophysiological lens. We will then consider how we would work with these clients from a Polyvagal perspective, considering how we might work in both a ‘bottom up’ and ‘top down’ way, depending on the state of nervous system regulation in the client.

Early Recordings: the Impacts of a Transformative Technology 21 July

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This conference will explore the wider cultural and social impact of the technological development and dissemination of early recordings. The event is focussed on the wider cultural and social impact of the technological development and dissemination of early recordings. The day will include a wide-ranging selection of papers from early career researchers and senior academics and a final round table.

Bristol Volksfest 5 – 8 August

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  • Type of event: In-Person
  • Date: 5th- 8th August
  • Time: 1pm-7pm
  • Location: Birches Farm
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: £5-£45
  • Booking instructions: Day Passes (

CALIFORNIA LOVE – That’s right man, get your flip flops out and Lakers jersey on and join us for BVF 28. With a Theme of Cali Culture, in addition to the usual suspects there will be American Car Displays, themed bars and fancy dress.

Museum of the Moon 11- 30 August

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Bristol Cathedral is thrilled to host Luke Jerram’s celebrated Museum of the Moon in August 2021. Measuring seven metres in diameter, the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. At an approximate scale of 1:500,000, each centimetre of the internally-lit spherical sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface.

Subatomic Circus 18 August

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Come and discover family friendly science activities and street entertainment around Cathays Park, for one day only. Things on the subatomic scale don’t behave as you would expect. Events pop up and disappear like electrons. You may come across some local scientists and engineers out in the open, a herd of wild hula hoopers or participate in an impromptu field study. Expect the unexpected as you are invited to wander and enjoy mind-expanding interactions and family fun throughout the site.

Seriously Strange 29th & 30th August

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Seriously Strange is going to be a great, fun weekend. Top speakers in the field today have come together to discuss everything from ghosts to vampires, poltergeist to UFOs. We have a great variety of academic speakers and lay researchers. A blend of accessible talks and more serious talks. We also have the Paranormal Olympics, a fun series of experiments to take part in or watch. See the top experts debating anomalous phenomena. The audience will have a chance to get involved in these debates too. Give your opinion on the burning questions of the day, or just sit back and watch the debate unfold around you.

Bristol Museums, online tours and exhibitions – on demand

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  • Type of event: online
  • Date: on demand
  • Time: on demand
  • Location: online tour and online exhibitions
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: free
  • Booking instructions: no booking required

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery is a very attractive venue, and home to countless treasures from in and around Bristol, and from further afield. Explore the collections of art, nature and history. (more…)

Bristol Photo Festival – Year round

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  • Type of event: In-Person
  • Date: Now – March 2022
  • Time: Various
  • Location: Various
  • Meeting point: n/a
  • Cost: Free
  • Booking instructions: Home | Bristol Photo Festival

Bristol Photo Festival is a new biennial festival with a year-round programme of commissions, collaborations, and exhibitions by both local and international artists. The first edition encompasses a summer showcase of photography exhibitions across the city followed by a full autumn programme of festival exhibitions and events including a book fair, film programme, talks series and symposiums.