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Comedy BoxStand Up For The Weekend with Omid Singh & Co
Born to an Iranian mother and Indian father, Omid Singh is one of the top multicultural comics working today. Not that he considers himself a public symbol or boundary-breaker. As he puts it onstage, “I don’t do anything scary when I go to the airport…but I do like to see how far I can walk away from my luggage.” 26th October. 8.30pm (doors 7.45pm). The Hen and Chicken 210 North Street Bedminster Bristol BS3 1JF Details
Aerospace BristolConcorde: The World shrinker
After a successful preview at Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Concorde: The World Shrinker will open to Aerospace Bristol visitors this October half term. The exhibition explores the original aspirations for the world’s fastest passenger jet, the global routes its creators hoped it would fly, and the ambitious idea of changing passenger travel forever. Opens 26th October. Aerospace Bristol, Hayes Way, Patchway, Bristol, BS34 5BZ 6.30pm. Details
Seamus O’ DonnellsOn the Edge
On the edge are a Good Time, soul, blues and rock covers band. This band brings a professional approach to every event - With a sizzling brass section, soaring guitars, powerful vocals and all driven by a hard hitting engine of bass and drums. 26th October. 9.00pm - 11.00pm Seamus O’ Donnells 13 Saint Nicholas Street (Next to Saint Nicholas Market) Bristol BS1 1UE Details
Bristol AquariumA’scare’ium!
Discover what’s lurking in the depths this Halloween with gruesome facts and fun tales leaving you with a new fondness for deep sea creatures and all their creepy cousins! Get hands on making your own fish slime and craft yourself a deadly Lionfish headdress! Take on our mini tours of the scariest underwater creatures like spider crabs, piranhas and eels - and don’t forget to spot the sunken pumpkins on your way around! 26th October – Sunday 3rd November. Bristol Aquarium, Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5TT Details
Brunels SS Great BritainSleepy Ship
Ever wondered what it would be like to spend a night on board Brunel’s famous ship? Prepare for a journey as you set up camp in the First Class Dining Saloon, for a memorable sleep on board the SS Great Britain. Step into the shoes of the passengers and crew that would have been travelling to Australia as they prepared to spend 70 days at sea. 7-11 years. 7pm - 9am (lights out 11pm, wakeup 7am) 28th October Brunel’s SS Great Britain. Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, BS1 6TY Details
bristol ZooSkeloween at Bristol Zoo Gardens
Discover spine-tingling experiences and spooky skeletons at Bristol Zoo Gardens this October half term – if you’re brave enough! Get into the eerie Halloween spirit from 26th October to 3rd November and learn all about the clever bones inside your favourite vertebrates. Little ghouls and grown-ups alike will enjoy a host of frighteningly fun activities. Bristol Zoo, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA. Details
Harvey’s Scarecrow TrailHarvey’s Scarecrow Trail
Harvey’s Scarecrow Trail is a creative community event bringing together art and adventure. Aimed at all ages, Harvey’s Scarecrows challenge you to get creative and get outdoors. From 7th October - 4th November Harvey’s Scarecrow Trail will be on display in the Chew Valley, near Bristol Airport. Each scarecrow created by local heroes is made in memory of a very unique little boy - Harvey Hext. Build a scarecrow or follow the trail, and your donation will help a bereaved child. Details
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