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February 2019

Sunday   24   February   2019
Herald the Spring with a special tour with the Curator
Organised by The Botanic Garden
University of Bristol Botanic Garden, The Holmes, Stoke Park Road, Bristol BS9 1JG , 10:30am - 12:00pm  
A stroll around the Botanic Garden really raises your spirits whatever the weather. Curator, Nick Wray, will be leading his first tour of the year to show some of the secret surprises in the garden in winter. He will then guide you into the different worlds experienced in the glasshouses.   Further information is available
Free to Friends, children, University staff and students. Visitors £8.00. Please meet at Welcome Lodge.   Contact  for other queries, The Botanic Garden  at botanic-gardens@bristol.ac.uk

Wednesday   27   February   2019
Girl World
Organised by Department of Theatre
Wickham Theatre, Cantock's Close , 7:30pm  
Girl World is a playful and provocative coming-of-age comedy. Tilly and Inga exist in a surreal bubble called ‘Girl World’ where the only rule is "No boys allowed!" Expect non-stop laughter, love songs, and brutal wrestling.   Further information and tickets
Tickets £10/£6 concessions   Contact  Kate Withers / Deborah Gibbs  on +44 (0)117 - 4283313  or sart-resourcemanagers@bristol.ac.uk

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March 2019

Wednesday   6   March   2019
Stephanie Cole In Conversation
Organised by Friends of the University of Bristol Theatre Collection
Stephanie Cole OBE
Wickham Theatre, Cantock , 6:30pm  
An evening with respected actress Stephanie Cole, who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Stephanie will be engaging in conversation with final year students from the University of Bristol.   Tickets can be booked here.
Tickets £15 (students £10, ID must be shown on admission).   Contact  Friends of the UoB Theatre Collection  at theatrecollection-friends@bristol.ac.uk

Tuesday   12   March   2019
'Difficult Times'
Organised by The Centre for Black Humanities
Professor Hazel V. Carby (Yale University), introduced by Dr Josie Gill from the Centre for Black Humanities at the University of Bristol.
Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, BS8 1RJ , 5:00 - 6:30pm  
This lecture is drawn from Professor Carby’s forthcoming book, Imperial Intimacies: A Tale of Two Islands forthcoming from Verso on 10th September 2019. Where are you from? Hazel Carby was continually asked as a girl, at a time when being Black and being British was understood to be an impossibility.   Further information is available
Free to attend, but booking is required   Contact  for queries, The Faculty of Arts  at anona.williams@bristol.ac.uk

Tuesday   19   March   2019
Start Something: Benchtop to Business - ARM Holdings
Organised by Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre
Jamie Urquhart, ARM Holidings and Pond Venture Partners and Nick Milner, Milner Strategic Marketing Ltd.
TLT LLP, 1 Redcliff St, Bristol , 5:15 - 8:00pm  
The ‘Start Something’ series is designed to inspire engineers, scientists and the technologically-minded to take their technology out of the lab. This session covers opportunity recognition and how to recognise the market potential of an idea. We’ll find out how “Unicorn” business ARM did it and how they became a success.   Further information is available
This is a free event, but attendees must register to attend.   Contact  Kimberley Brook  on +44 (0)117 - 4284242  or kimberley.brook@bristol.ac.uk

Wednesday   20   March   2019
Muslim Britain
Organised by School for Policy Studies
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, BS8 1RJ , 6:00 - 8:00pm  
Who are British Muslims? Why have they become singled out as ‘other’? And how do we move on? Separating hard facts from hysterical headlines, Sayeeda Warsi brings integrity, intelligence and deep understanding of the challenges confronting Muslim communities, offering hope amid the gloom in this thought provoking lecture.
Free to attend, but booking is required.   Contact  for other queries,  at sarah.brown@bristol.ac.uk

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April 2019

Sunday   14   April   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 10:30am - 12:00pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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May 2019

Sunday   19   May   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 2:00 - 3:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

Friday   31   May   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 6:00 - 7:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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June 2019

Wednesday   12   June   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 6:00 - 7:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

Friday   14   June   2019
University Open Day
Organised by Recruitment Events Team
University of Bristol , 9:30am - 4:00pm  
Our open days offer the perfect opportunity to find out more about our courses and facilities, and to meet current students and staff.   Please visit the open days website for more information
Booking required   Contact  Recruitment Events Team  on +44 (0)117 - 39 41646  or visit-us@bristol.ac.uk

Saturday   15   June   2019
University Open Day
Organised by Recruitment Events Team
University of Bristol , 9:30am - 4:00pm  
Our open days offer the perfect opportunity to find out more about our courses and facilities, and to meet current students and staff.   Please visit the open days website for more information
Booking required   Contact  Recruitment Events Team  on +44 (0)117 - 39 41646  or visit-us@bristol.ac.uk

Tuesday   25   June   2019
Start Something: Launchpad
Organised by Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre
Various speakers.
1 Cathedral Square, College Green, BS1 5DD , 3:00 - 7:30pm  
Launchpad is a 3.5 day programme which will support you in developing the necessary skills to turn an idea into a viable business. With a mixture of seminars and practical mentored workshops led by our experienced entrepreneurs and professionals, you will work on a proposal for your business, alongside other like-minded individuals.   Further information is available
There is a small cost for this event, please see the website for more information.   Contact  Kimberley Brook  on +44 (0)117 - 4284242  or kimberley.brook@bristol.ac.uk

Friday   28   June   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 6:00 - 7:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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July 2019

Wednesday   17   July   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 6:00 - 7:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

Friday   26   July   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 6:00 - 7:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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August 2019

Thursday   8   August   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 2:00 - 3:30pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking. .   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

Sunday   18   August   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 10:30am - 12:00pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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September 2019

Saturday   7   September   2019
University Open Day
Organised by Recruitment Events Team
University of Bristol , 9:30am - 4:00pm  
Our open days offer the perfect opportunity to find out more about our courses and facilities, and to meet current students and staff.   Please visit the open days website for more information
Booking required   Contact  Recruitment Events Team  on +44 (0)117 - 39 41646  or visit-us@bristol.ac.uk

Sunday   15   September   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 10:30am - 12:00pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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