If you have had enough of the stunning spa breaks in Bath and find that relaxing has all gotten a bit much in the run up to you know what, why not escape for an hour or two at Bath’s Chapel Arts Centre? Continue reading
Taking little ones to the theatre can be a daunting, but The Egg is Bath’s very own theatre especially for children – and its programme is packed for the coming months. Choose from a selection of performances aimed at children and their families throughout the year, and you’ll find some of the cleverest productions you’ve seen in a long time. Continue reading
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
Family visitors to the city of Bath are sure to enjoy a wonderful evening of fun and illusions in a magic show performed by Bath Circle of Magicians on September 14 at Bath’s St Luke’s Church.
This magical evening promises visitors a great show, and those attending will be amazed at the power of illusion, tricked by the sleight of hand and entertained with a mix of magic and comedy throughout the evening. The audience will be able to witness many incredible close-up magic tricks which will be performed by an expert team of magicians. Continue reading
One of Shakespeare’s much loved plays is to be performed at Bath’s Theatre Royal, as ‘The Tempest’ takes to the stage from August 23 – September 8, which will be perfect for anyone staying in a b and b in Bath for a relaxing city break during this period and looking for some classic entertainment.
‘The Tempest’ is a play all about romance, magic and a deserted island, with Shakespeare’s extraordinarily lyrical final work pitting the desire for revenge against the power of love. Continue reading
If you happen to be staying in a bed and breakfast in Bath during your break in the UNESCO World Heritage City, you might be looking for fun events or show’s to see during your stay.
The Royal Theatre Bath will be showing a delightful performance of Peter Pan, as adapted from J M Barrie’s classic adventure story for their summer programme. This story will be a real treat for children and adults of all ages, as this tale combines a magical land of fantasy and fantastical storytelling in a timeless story. Continue reading
Many people enjoy therapeutic spa breaks in Bath, and if you are planning a holiday which also includes a wealth of arts and culture, then the city could be just the place for you.
August 10 – 11 sees the Lord Chamberlains’ Men performing an outdoor theatre production of ‘Macbeth’ within the grounds of the Dyrham Park estate. Now owned by the National Trust, the venue is a beautifully elegant 17th-century mansion, just six miles from Bath. Continue reading