The Theatre Royal is one of Bath’s finest attractions, and it comes into its own during the festive period. This year the newly-refurbished planks will be hosting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs from 13 December until 13 January, so don’t miss the chance to go along and join the fun while stay at your chosen bed and breakfast in Bath. Continue reading
With its grand buildings and illuminated shopping streets, Bath may seem a quaint resort with a fascinating history, but take a stroll with Ghost Walks of Bath and you might find it has a sinister history.
Not only does the guided tour take in some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks and famous spots, but it also takes in those areas notorious for slightly darker reasons. Learn the legends, tales and history that make up the darker side of Bath on any Thursday, Friday or Saturday evening, and expect to be just a little bit frightened! Continue reading
Christmas is drawing near and it’s the traditional time of year to go and see a show at a local theatre. Well, if you happen to be heading to Somerset’s spa city for a break or winter holiday, you might like to catch the fantastic performance of The Sound of Music at The Theatre Royal. Continue reading
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
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