Bristol Cider Festival – Friday 28th & Saturday 29th January
Bristol Winter Cider Festival returns to Brunel’s Old Station in The Passenger Shed for the 4th Year running. Friday 28th & Saturday 29th January 2011.
Friday 28th One Session at 7.30pm-11.00pm
Saturday 29th First Session is from 11.00am – 4.00pm
Last Session is from 7.30pm – 11.00pm
Ticket Price is £7.00. Buy your tickets online: www.clstickets.co.uk
Foreign Field Live Role players’ Kit Fair – Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th February
Returning to Brunel’s Old Station for the 2nd Year running.
The Live Role players’ Kit Fair brings back many of the original and well known LRP traders along with new faces, the Fantasy Fashion Show, the Steam punk Dress-up station as well as many new systems and games.
Saturday 12th 10.00am – 5.00pm
Sunday 13th 11.00am – 4.00pm
Admission on the door is:
OAP & Under 16’s £2.00
Under 5 FREE
For more information online: www.foreign-field.co.uk
FUZE Fashion Show – Friday 25th & Saturday 26th February
Thousands of pounds is being raised for charity at a two-day event fusing fashion and dance.
Beer Festival – Bristol & District CAMRA – Friday 18th & Saturday 19th March
The fourteenth annual Bristol Beer Festival will take place at the Brunel’s Old Station in The Passenger Shed on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th March 2011 and will feature around 130 real ales as well as a range of cider and perry.
Tickets will be sold using their established method of two organised ticket sales sessions as follows:
CAMRA members only on Sunday 6th February at the Old Fish Market, Baldwin Street, Bristol from 11am until 2pm.
On Sunday 20th February tickets will go on sale at the Commercial Rooms, Corn Street, Bristol from 11am to 2pm.
Simultaneous ticket sales sessions will take place with the same rules at Off The Rails at Weston-super-Mare train station on both 6th and 20th February.
For more information online: www.camrabristol.org.uk
The Spring Love Food Festival – Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th March
The Spring Festival is a fantastic two-day event in the heart of Bristol at the very beautiful and historically important Brunel’s Old Station. Last year the festival saw over 5,000 visitors attend from all over the West Country and beyond for a springtime celebration of food love!
This year Lorna Knapman (Organiser) has decided to make the festival FREE for visitors to attend. She feels it is so essential in these times that good food does not get missed off the agenda because it is perceived to be too expensive.
For more information on line: www.lovefoodfestival.com