Join Bristol Festival of Literature for our annual Writers' Retreat; series of incredible workshops designed to help you write, polish and publicise your writing. Expect a full day of workshops from writers and publishers, along with plenty of opportunities to chat to fellow writers over coffee.
From swashbuckling scallywags to sublime street artists...in Bristol you expect the unexpected. For this special Story Sunday event, come and enjoy a pleasant drink at the Southbank Club while hearing tales of the city's people, heritage and secrets.
To celebrate the publication of 'The Women Who Built Bristol: Volume Two', we are hosting a splendid evening of silliness, feminism and history in the elegant Grade I listed Coopers’ Hall at Bristol Old Vic.
Join Bristol Writers Group as they return to St. John on the Wall to read a series of short stories on the Theme of Things. Things of wonder, things of awe, some things that will make you laugh, some which will make you cry. The only certainty is that you have never encountered anything quite like these things.
Fire. It warms us, it cleanses and sterilises, it destroys. We try to control fire; sometimes we fail. North Bristol Writers invite you to an evening of tales that explore the human side of that most mystifying of elements. To gaze into the flames and see what they reveal.
After the Formalities explores ideas of division and dominance, incorporating history, science and philosophy alongside autobiographical narratives to examine how race, class and masculinity is shaped in contemporary Britain.
BristolCon is a one-day science fiction and fantasy convention organised by the BristolCon Foundation, a charitable foundation set up to support and promote speculative fiction writing, art and related activities in the South West.
What does love look like in times of a changing climate? Join Bristol Climate Writers for a three-hour workshop for readers and writers and hear inspirational new work prompted by our our changing planet.
Powerful, thoughtful performances and lively discussion co-hosted by Miles Chambers with writers who touch on spiritual faith in their poetry and fiction. Be moved, be shaken, be ready to hear from the soul!
Author Judy Darley invites you to an atmospheric evening of readings and music on the themes of sky, light, and rain to celebrate the launch of her second collection of short stories and flash fiction.
*This is a Bristol Festival of Literature fringe event.