Out And About This May Half Term
Discover TEN amazing events to get stuck into this May half-term, and keep yourself super busy all throughout the week.
Well, luck you, not only is it time for a wonderful and much-needed break from school and exam halls, but you are rewarded with both glorious weather and a city jam-packed with great events. Here is a rundown of what’s happening especially curated just for you. And not only is this article bursting with film screenings, art exhibitions, summer fairs, immersive metropolis’s, and question times with MPs, but it even includes opportunities to apply for. Rife Guide has sussed out the best creative work experience placements, internships, volunteer opportunities and jobs for you to get involved in. Don’t say we don’t treat you well over here at Rife.
What’s On This Half Term?
25th May, The Station
26th May – 1st June, Watershed
26th May, Arnolfini
Until 18th June, Spike Island
31st May, The Station
1st June, Millennium Square
1st June, The Prince’s Trust
3rd June, Easton
3rd June, St Werburghs Farm
3rd June- 8th June, Bower Ashton Campus
Creative Opportunities To Apply For This Half-Term
- 1. Happy Hours Comedy Writing Day with Aardman Studios and Calling The Shots
- Deadline: 25th May
- 2. Draft Scratch Performance Night
- Creative Youth Network
- Deadline: 26th May
- 3. Part-time Administrator Role
- Theatre Bristol
- Deadline: 30th May
- 4. Home Grown Heat Music Artist Development Scheme
- Deadline: 1st June
- 5. Aspiring Film Critics Training And Networking Day
- Cinema Rediscovered
- Deadline: 2nd June
- 6. Saffron For Sound Female Courses
- Saffron Records
- Deadline: 5th June
Remember, you can always find out more stuff happening and opportunities to get involved in on Rife Guide.
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