About this Event
As Bristol’s third City Poet, Caleb Parkin has written and performed poems for a wide range of organisations and occasions including: the 2022 Jubilee, two State of the City Addresses, Bristol Remembers (the first anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown), the Museum of the Moon at Bristol Cathedral and Bristol Zoo Gardens. He has run workshops at Christ the King Primary School in Knowle West and with Bristol Refugee Rights.
Caleb will perform and talk about some of his favourite commissions with Naomi Miller, Acting Director of Bristol Ideas Director, before officially handing over to Kat Lyons. With a special introduction from Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol.
Tickets are free but we have restricted the number of tickets that can be booked to two per transaction to limit the number of ‘no shows’ and ensure as many people as possible can attend. If you need more than one ticket, you can click on the booking link again. The little extra effort involved will hopefully put off those who don’t really need more than one, but not those who do.
Events start punctually and, out of consideration to other audience members and speakers, our policy is not to admit latecomers. Full Terms and Conditions here.
Accessibility: City Hall
- There is a car park located at the rear of the building, opposite College Street Car Park. Parking is free for Blue Badge holders.
- There is ramped/sloped access to the main entrance.
- The main doors open automatically towards you.
- The doors are double width.
- There are accessible toilets on the first floor and approximately 70 meters from the main entrance.
Accessibility: City Hall Conference Hall
- The conference hall is on the first floor opposite the main entrance.
- Doors to the room are double and open outwards.
- There is a fixed hearing loop and the event will be amplified.
Visit AccessAble for more detailed access information, and please contact us if you have specific concerns.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
City Hall, College Green, Bristol, United Kingdom