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Black Swan Arts Open

2nd November at 10:00 am29th November at 4:00 pm

The 15th Black Swan Arts Open – an annual selling competition for original artwork – will showcase a wealth of talent from established and emerging artists from across the south-west and nationally. Since 2002, the Open has established a reputation for attracting some of the very best contemporary artists and artworks and for selecting diverse and original pieces. A record-breaking 921 entries were received this year, with work covering a range of media including painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, photography, sculpture,…

Photography Exhibition: Lights

2nd November, 2017 at 7:00 pm31st January, 2018 at 10:00 pm

Society Café and Pepa Torres are pleased to invite you to the the photography exhibition Lights. This exhibition invites you to explore a new way of perceiving reality thought abstract photography, looking at city lights with a new perspective. Pepa Torres creates bright modern landscapes using camera movements and ordinary lights on the street, without the help of any computer-generated images. "I want to deform the world and take it out of context. I'm in love with the idea of…

An Evening with Bath Model-Maker Timothy Richards

21st November at 6:00 pm

Architectural model-maker Timothy Richards will be speaking about the models, his craft and what it is to run a busy traditional workshop at this talk. His strikingly accurate replicas – which many have admired on display at Combe Grove – are handmade by Tim and his small team, in their Widcombe studio. His models range from classical to contemporary – from the Vatican to Manhattan, all put together with such incredible precision that when photographed close up they can be…

Ambassador of Poland: HE Arkady Rzegocki talk

21st November at 7:30 pm

The Ambassador will cover the most critical aspects of ‘world affairs’ from Poland’s unique perspective and will focus on key current and future policies. Important interactions with other states, communities, governments and NGOs will be discussed, as well as internal matters. The talk will provide an insight into how Poland perceives its role and responsibilities as a global actor. This talk is in a series of talks given by UK-based Foreign Ambassadors. Tickets: £6 / £4. To book, visit: bathboxoffice.org.uk…

Christmas at Highgrove

22nd November20th December

Discover the magic of Christmas and enjoy exclusive shopping and dining at the private estate of The Prince of Wales. The Orchard Room venue will be brimming with unique gift ideas and artisan wares, while a new restaurant space will provide the perfect backdrop for dining with friends. Entrance is by pre-booked ticket only. Tickets from £5.95. Book at: highgrovegardens.com or call 0333 222 455.

Adam Holmes and The Embers/Rachel Sermanni

23rd November at 8:00 pm

Two of the brightest stars on the UK music scene today, award winning singer/songwriters Adam Holmes and Rachel Sermanni bring their 2017 “double bill” tour to the Chapel Arts Centre. Adam and his band The Embers combine the textures of classic artists such as Paul Simon, Neil Young and Ryan Adams with a hint of Scotland to provide their own brand of soulful roots music. With their first two albums nominated for Scottish Album of the Year, the stage is…

FermentFest for WaterAid UK

24th November at 12:00 pm10:00 pm

FermentFest is coming to Green Park Station! It’s the fermented food and drink festival, full of the things you love and others you soon will. Finish your week with a fermazing Friday full of delicious fermented food and beverages from local artisans and suppliers from across the south west and Wales. Enjoy sourdough pizza, wine & cheeses, craft beers & spirits, to new things you might like to try like kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir, pickles, kombucha and even poutine. For only…

Worry Dolls

24th November at 8:00 pm

Worry Dolls are a folk duo that have been making waves in the London Indie-Folk scene, and across the UK from Glastonbury Festival to Derry, collecting praise and accolades as they go. Many will have seen the Worry Dolls supporting Joan Armatrading on tour, or may have heard their songs played on Radio 2 and BBC6 Music. Their bond was created through their fiery locks, but developed through creating music which is characterised by sublime harmonies, and tongue-in-cheek, honest lyrics.…

Modern ArtBuyer Open House Pop-up Gallery

25th November at 10:00 am26th November at 5:30 pm

Modern ArtBuyer is opening its doors once again for an Open House Pop-up Gallery in Limpley Stoke just outside Bath. A curated selection of artworks will be on show from artists including Bonnie and Clyde, Maria Rivans, Dion Salvador Lloyd, Jane Emberson, Mark Stopforth, Plum Neasmith, Paul Minott and Jonathan Barber amongst many others. Whether you are interested in just browsing or looking to buy, pop in for a glass of prosecco or a coffee. Visit: modernartbuyer.com Main image: Ice…

Nearly Dan – The spirit & sound of Steely Dan

25th November at 8:00 pm

Nearly Dan featuring ‘Aja’ – 40 years on. Nearly Dan are counting down to the ecstasy of their sixth show in Bath! Less tribute and more homage, Nearly Dan is saviour to the growing legions of Dan fans, desperate to hear the meticulously crafted grooves and allusive lyrical style of Donald Fagen & Walter Becker. Fagen and Becker have created some of the most influential music of the pop era. Inspired arrangements and witty, often biting, lyrics combine to make…

Mawkin

26th November at 8:00 pm

One of brit-folks brightest new guns: a blistering 5-piece band fusing folk, blues and rock. On the cutting edge of the contemporary music scene with all the verve and mystique of ancient folk music traditions from across the globe. Rousing songs of rebellion are sung by brothers David Delarre (Eliza Carthy, Tred) and fiddler James Delarre (Saul Rose & James Delarre, Topette) all underpinned by the virtuosic bellowing of Nick Cooke’s melodeon (Kate Rusby, Jim Moray) and a solid rhythm…

Business immigration seminar: is your business up to speed with new immigration laws and Brexit?

29th November at 8:00 am10:00 am

Bath law firm Royds Withy King is holding a seminar to help UK employers stay abreast of new immigration laws, particularly when they employ or want to recruit EU nationals and international talent. Aimed at HR practitioners, business owners, managers and recruiters, the seminar will focus on right to work checks and penalties under the new regime; how businesses can recruit skilled migrants under tier 2; sponsorship duties and avoiding common pitfalls that could lead to your sponsor licence being…

Winter warmer walk

30th November at 10:30 am12:30 pm
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One event on 14th December, 2017 at 10:30am

Leave the crowds behind and join archaeologist Dr Nick Snashall for a winter ramble around the stone circles. Followed by Christmas liqueur and mince pies in the shop. Booking essential, tel: 03442491895. £15 per person. Visit: nationaltrust.org.uk/avebury

Christmas at Lacock

30th November at 11:00 am31st December at 4:00 pm

A fun festive family trail and the chance to meet Father Christmas, as well as the annual Christmas tree festival in the abbey cloister and traditional decorations adorning the Great Hall. Visit: nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock-abbey-fox-talbot-museum-and-village

An Evening at Spotty Herberts with Sparklechild

30th November at 6:30 pm9:30 pm

Pop along to Spotty Herberts and the Kingdom of Sparkle to make your very own sparkly badge just in time for Christmas. Be a badge designer/maker and learn the sparkle layering technique. Super sparkly Kristal of Sparklechild, London will be at the store for one night only to run a workshop which includes all of the materials to make a fabulous totally unique badge that will look awesome on Christmas Jumpers or wrapped as your handmade gift for someone special.…

Bath Farmers Market

2nd December at 9:00 am1:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 9:00am on Saturday, repeating until 23rd December, 2017

The festive season is in full swing at Green Park Station with its characterful mix of stall holders, independent shops and eateries all offering something original. Under cover browsing, brunching and feasting in unique style. There's even a market on Saturday 23 December, so you can pick up some delicious produce just in time for Christmas Day. Visit: greenparkstation.co.uk

KES Christmas Fair

2nd December at 10:00 am2:00 pm

Enjoy a fun-filled day at King Edward’s School's annual Christmas Fair, with local businesses selling artisan foods, festive decorations, gifts, arts and crafts and much more. Also on site is a café selling hot and cold drinks and lots of yummy homemade cakes. There will also be a raffle which has more than 80 incredible donated prizes to win. Tickets can be bought on the day, with the draw taking place at 1pm. Kick off the Christmas season in style,…

A seventeenth-century Christmas

2nd December at 10:00 am31st December at 3:00 pm

Experience Christmas as it would have been celebrated 400 years ago, with carefully crafted festive greenery throughout Dyrham Park's house and courtyard, traditional carols and decoration making alongside frost fayres and a pantomime. Wander with the mischievous Lord of Misrule character on the children’s Christmas trail. Visit: nationaltrust.org.uk/dyrham-park

Bath Vintage & Antiques Christmas Market

3rd December at 8:00 am4:00 pm

The festive season is in full swing at Green Park Station with its characterful mix of stall holders, independent shops and eateries all offering something original. Under cover browsing, brunching and feasting in unique style. This market offers an exciting day out for vintage, antique and art lovers, as well as helping to revive Bath’s reputation as a centre for antiques. Visit: greenparkstation.co.uk

Santa and Elf Run for Dorothy House Hospice Care

3rd December at 11:00 am1:00 pm

This is Dorothy House Hospice Care’s annual Santa run, with a little sprinkling of help from Santa’s little helpers – the elves! This Christmas-tastic run is open to all ages and takes place along a new flatter 2.5km course through the beautiful grounds of Dorothy House, via the footpaths and scenic country lanes of Winsley. Participants can choose between one loop (2.5km route) or two loops (5km route). Registration fees: Ages 12+ years – £15 (free Santa suit) Ages 5-11…

Bath Shakespeare Society open day

5th December at 2:15 pm

Would you enjoy taking part in readings of plays by Shakespeare? We are looking for new members to join the Bath Shakespeare Society which meets on alternate Tuesday afternoons. Come and find out more at the December open day, or contact the Chairman, Dr Peter Davies, on: 01380 830267, or the Secretary, Diana Pidgeon, on: 01225 858630.

KES presents POP! The Musical

6th December at 7:00 pm9th December at 7:00 pm

“Billy Elliot meets The X Factor via Shameless” – The Sunday Times This autumn, KES Senior School will be staging the premier of a musical Pop! written and developed for the school by resident composer Mark Boden and writer-in-residence Catherine Bruton. This unique project has been created in in collaboration with pupils who are involved in song-writing, workshopping, performing, editing, documenting and – of course – starring in the show. Critically acclaimed teen and YA novelist Catherine Bruton, (who was…

A Georgian garden Christmas

9th December at 10:00 am24th December at 4:00 pm

This year Prior Park is celebrating Christmas Georgian-style, with decorations, games, crafts and festive fare. Escape the city centre and join the team for some relaxed Christmas weekends. Taking place on weekends from Sunday 9 – Sunday 24 December. Visit: nationaltrust.org.uk/prior-park-landscape-garden

A Handful of Singers concert: Noël!

9th December at 6:30 pm

A celebration of seasonal music performed by Bath’s highly acclaimed chamber choir directed by its award-winning conductor Christopher Finch. The concert which takes place in the delightful Holy Trinity Church in Newton St. Loe is supported by the Patrons of Bath Festivals. Mulled wine from 5.45pm. Concert at 6.30pm. Tickets: £15 via Bath Box Office. Tel: 01225 463362 or visit: bathboxoffice.org.uk to book. Visit: ahandfulofsingers.org

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