Sunday 24 September - Last Sunday of the month
Queen Square - Shoppers are spoilt this season, as the Bath Artisan Market settles into its new residency in the city's favourite Georgian Square. Over 50 local artisans, vintage dealers and designer-makers pop-up on the last Sunday of the month alongside delicious street food stalls, stirring up delicacies like Indian, Thai, Caribbean & German food with plenty of vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options too. Oh and of course, there's lots of cake.
St George's House
A luxurious contemporary apartment in a quiet location, only a few minutes walk from the centre of Bath. 2 double bedrooms with superking double beds (or twins), 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen (with dishwasher and washer/dryer) and a relaxing living area with French doors onto 2 small balconies. Private secure parking at the apartment. Newly built in 2014, the apartment is a relaxing and luxurious home for enjoying the pleasures of Bath. Please visit bathapartmentbreaks.co.uk for full details and booking info.
A Concert of Remembrance
Saturday 11 November 2017
7.30pm Malmesbury Abbey
Paco Peña: Cordero de Dios
Arvo Pärt: The Beatitudes
Ildebrando Pizzetti: Messa di Requiem
John Tavener: Svyati
John Tavener: Song for Athene
Eric Whitacre: Cloudburst
Eleanor Daley: In Remembrance
Carols by Candlelight
13, 14, 15 December 2017
7.30pm The Pump Room, Bath
Hear the popular Carols by Candlelight. As ever, conductor Nigel Perrin acts as master of ceremonies: setting the scene, training the audience and raising laughs with his seasonal banter
7 September - 1 October 2017
This exhibition is dedicated to our dear friend the writer, and wit, Ian Wilson. Please join us to see this marvellous new body of work by Gary Wood.
One Two Five Gallery, 4 Abbey Green, BA1 1NW onetwofivegallery.co.uk
AFFORDABLE ART FAIR - BRISTOL TEMPLE MEADS
8th - 10th September 2017, Rostra Gallery will be on Stand 38 Please ask a memeber of staff for your complimentary tickets.
5 George Street, Bath BA1 2EJ rostragallery.co.uk
Saturday 4 November 2017
Jake Bugg releases his stunning new album ‘Hearts That Strain’, recorded in Nashville, September 1st on Virgin EMI. The first taste of which is the breezy single ‘How Soon The Dawn’, a collaboration with Dan Auerbach. Working with Grammy Award winning producer David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney, Jake recorded the album in Nashville with some of the best players in the history of popular music. To coincide with the album’s release Jake will step out for an intimate solo acoustic tour. Tickets
BathVA, bi-monthly market at Green Park Station
First & last Sunday of every month, 8.30am - 4pm
Located in central Bath the historic Green Park Station, a beautiful, listed Victorian building with its stunning vaulted curved glass roof.
Housing up to 50 high-quality traders. Check for latest market dates at www.vintageandantiques.co.uk
Mahler Symphony No. 2
Saturday 11 November 2017
The Forum, Bath
Self Catering for upto 12 people. Broad Street House is a bright, beautiful and spacious maisonette in Bath's historic city centre, providing character accommodation. View rooms, tariff and booking information at letsdobath.co.uk
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Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EP
The Ministry of Burlesque's Twisted Cabaret
An uproarious revue of razor-wit and frisky burlesque featuring the daring antics of scantily clad showgirls, the sultriest of sirens and the edgiest comic-cabaret masters. So dig out your frock & finery and get ready for high camp comedy, risqué song and Victorian villainy.
Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, making it the ideal city break destination. Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage City, featuring the famous Roman Baths & Pump Room and simply stunning Georgian period architecture.
What to see in Bath? Bath has so much to offer, including; Bath Abbey, the Jane Austen museum, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, art galleries, museums, walking tours, take a tour on an open-top bus, Bath Races and so much more.. Bath is recommended to be one of the best places for shopping in the UK. Whether you're looking for art and culture, sport or family outings for the half term holidays, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel, Bath
Bath is located in the South West of England, set in the rolling Somerset countryside. The city of Bath is only 1½ hours from London by train from Paddington Station (London) to Bath Spa Railway Station.
Looking for a Bed and Breakfast in Bath to round off a sporting or shopping trip? Or are you more the swanky hotel type? Whatever your budget and pampering demands, it's easy to find the perfect Bath accommodation. Hotels In Bath / Self Catering
The official Bath Tourist Information is located on the square adjacent to Bath Abbey. Show on our Map of Bath