We’ve got loads on at the farm for you to enjoy this summer. From family theatre to folk music around a campfire to spoken word, there’s something for everyone to love.

Bruhaha Pop-up Tap Room 5-10pm, every Friday

Bruhaha Nano-brewery will be hosting a pop up tap room every Friday evening 5-10pm in the farm’s Barn Kitchen. No booking needed, just come along.

Campfire Club presents: Rachel Newton, Sunday 3rd July, 7pm – 10.30pm

Organised by The Nest Collective, The first of three Campfire clubs at the farm this summer will feature a performance from award-winning harpist Rachel Newton. Campfire clubs at the farm combine life’s simple pleasures: a beautiful outdoor setting, live music and a crackling fire.

Stone the Crones: an evening of spoken word from elder women, Saturday 9th July, 7-10pm

Join local Poet Beccy Golding for an evening of spoken word recognising the energy, wisdom, talent and creativity of elder women. The evening includes open mic slots and a chance to relax and socialise with some classic 80s tunes.

Brave Bold Drama presents: The Munch Mission, Sunday 10th July, 11am & 2pm

An interactive family theatre experience created by Brave Bold Theatre Company. Work with Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists to solve a fiendishly sneaky art heist. Help them to chase leads, decipher clues and interrogate suspects to retrieve the missing artwork in this globe-trotting adventure.

Campfire Club presents: Tarren, Sunday 17th July

Family session 3pm – 5pm, evening session 7pm -10.30pm

Organised by The Nest Collective, Campfire clubs at the farm combine life’s simple pleasures: a beautiful outdoor setting, live music and a crackling fire. These clubs will feature a performance from folk band Tarren.

Free pop-up Science session from We The Curious , Wednesday 27th July, details TBC

The Scullions Theatre presents: Queen Lear, Friday 29th & Saturday 30th July, 7pm

Part of Bristol Shakespeare Festival, this modern, dark and accessible adaptation of Shakespeare’s Lear has been built by passionate actors and theatre-makers exploring characters archetypally played in alternate genders.

Farm Club Monday 1st August, 10.00-12.00

The first of two sessions – the second will be on Monday 15th August.

Come to Summer Farm Club. In a small group, the children will spend the morning feeding the farm animals and doing nature activities. Tickets must be bought in advance. Age 6 and above.

Family farm fun: Hapa Zome leaf & flower art, Monday 1st August, 1.30-3.30pm, drop in

Come and have a go at creating a nature print to take home. Hapa Zome art uses hammers to transfer flower and leaf patterns onto cloth or paper.

Farm Club Monday 15th August, 10.00-12.00

The second of two sessions – the first is on Monday 1st August.

Come to Summer Farm Club. In a small group, the children will spend the morning feeding the farm animals and doing nature activities. Tickets must be bought in advance. Age 6 and above.

Family farm fun: cork boat racing, Monday 15th August, 1.30-3.30pm, drop-in

Make a Cork boat and set it on the water tracks to see who’s is the fastest!

Sun & Moon Theatre presents: Much Ado about Nothing, Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st August 2pm-4pm

Part of Bristol Shakespeare Festival, this modern adaption of the classic Shakespeare play is set in post-war America in 1945.

Free pop-up science session from We The Curious, Tuesday 23rd August, details TBC

As well as this summer programme, we have lots of regular courses and classes running – see the what’s on calendar for everything.

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