offical Bruton Town website - photo by Trudie Mattock
21 May 2018 20°C

What’s on in Bruton

May 24, 2018
  • Bruton Museum AGM

    Bruton Museum AGM: drinks at 6 for 6.30pm. Talk by David Judd of the V&A on ‘Fredrick Horniman: A Consummate Collector’ [ID:59]

    6:00 pm Bruton Museum

  • From the Fire Feasts - Salt Bake £17

    Join us on Thursday nights for our new 'From the Fire Feasts'
    Bar open from 6 PM
    Food served from 7.30 PM
    Bar Snacks & Puddings available to order on the night

    Salt Bake £17
    Whole stone bass baked in Dorset sea salt, garden herbs & lemon
    Roast sweet potato, tender stem broccoli, lentil, and chilli, fennel mayonnaise

    Book here: [ID:64]

    7:30 pm Roth Bar

May 25, 2018
  • Hauser & Wirth new exhibition

    Hauser & Wirth’s new exhibition, Alexander Calder. From the Stony River to the Sky, private view 6–8 pm, all are invited. [ID:58]

    6:00 pm Hauser & Wirth

May 28, 2018
  • Pop-up Party

    It looks like this bank holiday we will have sunshine and we thought why not organise a popup party on Abbey Field for anyone to come to?

    Details are just crystallising, but we will have live music, food and drink and most importantly sunshine. What more could you want for a small (£3) entrance fee?

    This isn’t a grand scheme, or complex event, it is just taking advantage of the best bank holiday forecast for ages, organised by a few local people pulling together to raise a bit of money towards installing much needed toilets in our church.

    If you fancy a local event, where you can stay as long as you like, bring as many people as you like, and just have fun, then the field will be open from 12 noon on May 28th. Entrance through the small gate in the wall behind the church. [ID:84]

    12:00 pm Abbey Field (behind St Mary's)

  • Bat walk with BrueCREW and Somerset Bat Group

    During half-term, join us for a bat walk with Adel Avery from Somerset Bat Group, lasting 1.5 to 2 hours. There are 18 species of bat in the UK. We'll identify some of those that can be found in Bruton.
    Children are very welcome as long as parents take full responsibility for them.
    Cost: Voluntary donation to Somerset Bat Group.
    Booking essential. Email to book and for more information. [ID:29]

    8:15 pm River Brue