Theatre Royal Bath
This time of year is a great time to head to Somerset’s spa city to enjoy one of the relaxing spa breaks in Bath, along with the city’s rich cultural heritage, while staying at a luxury Bath bed and breakfast. Annually, the spa city of Bath offers visitors a plethora of cultural events and shows throughout the year.
So, if you would like to enjoy one of the great forthcoming autumn shows in Bath, why not get along to the Theatre Royal Bath and see the award-winning production of Driving Miss Daisy during October 30 – November 3? Continue reading
Bath Abbey christmas market
If you are the type of person who enjoys a visit to Somerset’s spa city for a relaxing city break whilst staying in a luxury b and b in Bath, you will be aware that the city has so much to offer in the way of historical attractions, vibrant culture and a fantastic range of niche and specialist shops.
As the festive season draws nearer, you might like to pay a visit to the Bath Christmas market situated in the city’s Abbey Church Yard during November 22 – December 9. During this period, this historic area of the city is transformed by more than 140 traditional wooden trader’s chalets, each offering unique and handmade gifts, Christmas decorations and local produce. Continue reading
Bath Young Musician of the Year Contest
If you are fan of classical music and you are visiting Somerset’s spa city soon for one of the relaxing spa breaks in Bath which are currently on offer, why not add the forthcoming final of the Bath Young Musician of the Year event into your itinerary?
A similar concept to the BBC’s ‘Young Musician of the Year’ but on a much smaller scale, the Bath event encourages musical excellence of the very highest order from its young contestants. This event will be taking place in the prestigious and magnificent Pump Room on November 6, which is situated in the Bath Abbey Churchyard. Continue reading
Autumn holds a wealth of light entertainment for anyone travelling to Somerset’s spa city, so if you are staying in a local b and b in Bath during November, you might enjoy the forthcoming annual Bath Film Festival. This year’s festival line-up of featured films and shorts offers any keen movie-goer a chance to add a little something extra to your cinema experience.
The festival is a celebration of great cinema, where you will be able to experience some fantastic film screenings and a variety of film related events at a number of venues around the city during November 14 – 24. Continue reading
Footpath overlooking Bath city centre
Anyone visiting Somerset’s wonderful spa city soon may well be planning to enjoy one of the therapeutic spa breaks in Bath whilst enjoying all of the historical attractions and local places of interest. If so, you may well want to include a healthy walk around the city’s Prior Park with its magnificent views across the Bath skyline.
November 4th sees a special walk organised by the local park ranger, which takes visitors and participants on a walk around Bath’s famous skyline. The walk starts off at the meeting point outside Bath Abbey in the centre at 10AM; here, your ranger guide will take you on the six mile route which takes in an Iron Age Fort, beautiful hidden valleys and woodlands before reaching the magnificent 18th century landscape garden at Prior Park. Continue reading
Bath Beer Festival
This October brings one of the most highly anticipated festivals in Bath’s spectacular events calendar for beer fans, so get a b and b in Bath sorted soon! It is the return Bath Beer Festival.
From 19th-20th October, fans of ales and ciders can head to Bath Pavilion and get a taste of some real Somerset brewing genius. 80 real ales and 30 traditional ciders can be sampled at the festival, providing the ideal opportunity to test your palate and taste the Westcountry’s best. Continue reading
Free Art Exhibition
Many people head to Somerset’s spa city to indulge in one of the relaxing spa breaks in Bath, but the city
can offer visitors much more, ranging from the rich historical heritage to the modern artistic culture that Bath is now well known for.
One such cultural event is the annual Mayor of Bath’s Art Show, which takes place during November 2 – 3 in the Brunswick Room at Bath’s Guildhall in the city centre. The exhibition focuses on a variety of works by local talented amateur and semi-professional artists. Continue reading
Bonfire night Firework Display
If you are planning a break around early November and want to encompass a great bonfire night display and the Guy Fawkes celebrations, why not head to the city of Bath. This is a collaborative event which is organised by Rotary Club of Bath and the Bath University’s Students’ Union fundraising group RAG (Raise and Give).
The bonfire night display will be taking place at the Bath recreation ground on Saturday November 3. Gates open at 6PM and there will be live entertainment on the outer field between 7 – 8PM with the fireworks display starting 8.15PM. Continue reading
Mansfield Park book cover
The autumn sees many people heading to Somerset’s spa city to enjoy one of the relaxing spa breaks in Bath and its rich cultural heritage. Bath offers visitors a wide variety of cultural experiences, and the city is widely renowned for being a centre for the Arts in the South West.
With this in mind, why not enjoy a play adaptation of Jane Austen’s famous novel Mansfield Park at Theatre Royal Bath during October 1 – 6? This play features a talented cast and the screen play has been written by Tim Luscombe, whose other acclaimed Austen adaptations include two of Ms Austen’s other popular novels, Persuasion and Northanger Abbey. This is most definitely a must-see play for lovers of classic period drama. Continue reading
Tea and cherry madeira cake
Bath’s Green Park Station is well known in the city for providing a perfect undercover venue within its wonderful historic and ornate architecture, which plays host to many of the city’s traditional markets, fairs and festivals. If you are visiting the city during early October and staying in a luxury b and b in Bath, you might want to pay a visit to the station and experience the ‘Pop-Up Vintage Tea Rooms’.
The Pop-Up Vintage Tea Rooms event is being organised by Secret Party and will be upstairs in the Bath Society Meeting Room above the Green Park Station Brasserie on October 6. This event coincides with the Bath farmers market downstairs, so when you have had a look around the market, why not pop upstairs for a cuppa? Continue reading