Top 5: What’s on in Bristol?

Learn English in Bristol

Studying in the UK means having an unbeatable opportunity to be immersed and learn English in the place where the language was born. Today, we’re taking a closer look at what this beautiful and fun-loving city has to offer this summer.


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  • Bristol Harbour Festival | 17th – 19th July 2015
    Enjoy a weekend full of live music, markets, dance, and local tradition for free at the Bristol Harbour Festival this July. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people and practise English in the real world, so pop down to the Bristol Harbour for live performances, boat races, circus acts, and friendly people!

 

  • Bristol International Balloon Fiesta | 6th – 9th August 2015
    Don’t miss Bristol’s 37th International Balloon Fiesta this summer! This is Europe’s biggest ballooning event, with four days of fun activities for everyone to enjoy for free. The main attractions include model aircraft flying displays, model balloon parades, fairground rides, and food vendors offering cuisine from all over the world.

 

  • Encounters Film Festival | 15th – 20th September 2015
    Film lovers take note! This is the UK’s #1 short film and animation festival celebrating talent, creativity, and innovation in the cinematic arts. The festival runs for 6 full days of film screenings, parties, workshops, and other engaging events where those in attendance have the chance to meet like-minded people and mingle with some top names in the industry. Students booking their tickets in groups can benefit from special prices and an early-bird discount too!

 

Learn English in England: Students on a graffiti walk

  • Banksy & Bristol Graffiti Tour | Dates and times vary
    Explore the streets of Bristol and discover mind-blowing graffiti on the city’s walls. The inspirational street artist Banksy is originally from Bristol, so a considerable number of his works can be found here. Grab your camera and see how many photos you can snap!

 

  • Get Active | Dates and times vary
    Keeping fit is an important part of having a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Sign up for a guided bike ride around the city for a personalised tour, or relax the body and the mind by joining Katerina’s yoga class. If you’re in the mood for something more competitive, why not get together with some friends for a game of football? Get up, get moving, and take a look at the EC Bristol’s activity calendar for more details.

 

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How to choose an English Language School

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