CULTURE

Theatre review: Nell Gwynn

Melissa Blease reviews Olivier award-winning Nell Gwynn, on at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 29 April Astutely witty, intelligently silly and deliciously...

Our Bath Festival highlights

Politics, heated debates, sublime music and some of the world’s leading writers – just some of the reasons to get involved with The Bath Festival 2017 We...

5 things to do in May

The Bath Magazine brings you five things you won’t want to miss in May, including The Bath Festival and the 250th anniversary of the Royal Crescent Enjoy Lu...

Theatre review: The Mikado

Melissa Blease reviews Sasha Regan's all male The Mikado on at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 22 April Some might say that Sasha Regan's all-male producti...

Theatre review: The Mentor

Melissa Blease reviews The Mentor, starring F Murray Abraham, on at Ustinov Studio, Bath until Saturday 6 May Want to know which modern writers, actors, aute...

Theatre review: Pygmalion

Melissa Blease reviews Pygmalion on at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 8 April One of your friends has just let it slip that a casual acquaintance recen...

Theatre review: What the Butler Saw

Melissa Blease reviews What the Butler Saw on at Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 1 April I developed a 'thing' about Joe Orton when I was around 12 years o...

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...