CULTURE

The first sign of summer: Iford Arts

The launch of the Iford Arts musical season for 2017 conjures up evenings spent in the idyllic gardens of Iford Manor near Bradford on Avon, enjoying some of th...

Timeless grace of lace

Jessica Hope speaks to curator Elly Summers and discovers the extraordinary history of lace at the Fashion Museum’s new exhibition From being painstakingly...

A celebration of song: The Bath Festival

A bespoke series of concerts for The Bath Festival takes in music from Brahms to Broadway A unique programme of early evening one-hour concerts in intimate s...

Theatre review: Abigail’s Party

Melissa Blease reviews Abigail's Party by Mike Leigh, at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 11 March Cheese and pineapple on sticks. “Would you like a litt...

Interview: Mary Berry on home cooking

Ahead of her visit to Bath for The Bath Festival, Mary Berry talks about Everyday, her new book and BBC series Everyday is a fantastic family cookbook. Can y...

Theatre review: Plastic

Melissa Blease reviews Plastic on at Ustinov Studio until Saturday 25 March Nothing amuses and engages the middle classes more than reading about, talking ab...

5 things to do in March

The Bath Magazine brings you five things you won’t want to miss in March around the city, including booking tickets for the Bath Comedy Festival and attending...

Theatre review: The Winter’s Tale

Melissa Blease reviews Shakespeare’s The Winter's Tale on at Theatre Royal Bath until 25 February Cheek by Jowl: three little words that, in theatre-world ...

Theatre review: The Miser

Melissa Blease reviews The Miser on at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 18 February During the late 17th century, French playwright and actor Jean-Baptiste ...