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New Views on Familiar Places exhibition

19th January31st March

A new exhibition by David Ringsell focuses on the power of painted images to make the viewer look with fresh eyes. On show at the Royal United Hospital from January until March, pop along to take a fresh look at the darker side of Bath architecture. Exhibition runs from: 19 January – 31 March 2019 Venue: West Gallery (Zone B), Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG Opening Times: Mon-Sun 8am-8pm Visit: real-images.com A third commission from all…

Emma Hart: Banger exhibition

16th February27th April

Emma Hart makes art about the routines and spaces of everyday life. Banger is a new body of ceramic works that continues her investigation into relationships and domestic life, in this case the car as the interior space where so many family dynamics are played out. Beyond the windscreen there are urban scenes clamouring with signs and instructions and rural horizons with endless of possible routes to navigate. In Banger the relentless velocity of decision making is as inescapable as…

Bath Opera: La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker)

21st February at 7:30 pm23rd February at 7:30 pm

Bath’s very own opera company is preparing for their next fully staged production in February. This coincides with a bright new makeover for the company as they take on one of the best loved operas in the repertoire. The Italian opera composer Vincenzo Bellini was know as ‘The Swan of Catania’ because this beautiful long melodies. His fabulous opera La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker) contains a feast of beautiful melodies, vocal fireworks and a hilarious plot. The story revolves around a…

Track Dogs

21st February at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms. An adventurous fusion of Americana and folk. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

Busch Trio

22nd February at 7:30 pm

Brought together by a shared passion for chamber music the Busch Trio is recognized for its playing with incredible verve and has developed an extensive performing schedule across Europe’s leading concert halls and festivals. When: Friday 22 February, 7.30pm (6.30pm free pre-concert talk with the artists) Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Tickets: £18, free for under 25s Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Jamie Smith’s MABON

23rd February at 7:30 pm

Toe-tapping, life-affirming folk from Celtic roots legends. Jamie Smith’s MABON presents an irresistible blend of world music and Celtic roots, filled with energy, joy and passion. Dancing the line between Celtic heritage and contemporary sounds, MABON’s distinctive, infectious and multi-award-winning music explores traditional styles and works them anew. When: Saturday 23 February, 7.30pm Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Tickets: £16, £8 for under 18s and students Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Phenomenal Women talk: Bel Mooney

27th February

Phenomenal Women: a series of dialogues with some of the country’s most inspiring women held at The Gainsborough Bath Spa. Join journalist, author and broadcaster Bel Mooney on 27 February as she talks about the workplaces, the people, the challenges and the graft that lined her route to success. Bel Mooney's career as a highly successful journalist, author and broadcaster has lasted 48 years to date, and she shows no signs of slowing down. She has written six literary novels, travel,…

Leon McCawley & Bath Philharmonia

27th February at 7:30 pm

Leon McCawley, one of Britain’s foremost pianists, joins Bath Philharmonia in a performance of Mozart’s fresh and playful Piano Concerto No. 22, perfectly complementing a programme of folk-inspired orchestral music. Janacek’s On an Overgrown Path, a collection of heartfelt miniatures and Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony captures the warmth and beauty of Moravia and Bohemia in a journey home from the new world. Tickets £28/£10 (under 18s & students) Available from wiltshiremusic.org.uk or call 01225 860100. Image credit: Clive Barda

Bath Art Fair

1st March2nd March

Original art from original artists More than 85 professional artists from all over the country (and one form Berlin) will be showcasing their work at the popular Bath Art Fair. This award-winning fair (now in its third year and at a new city centre venue) gives you the chance to chat to the artists and buy original art from hand finished prints, paintings, sculpture to glass ware and ceramics in an informal and relaxed setting. Open: Friday 1 March, 11am…

John Adams

1st March at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Singer/Songwriter John Adams draws influences from the likes of James Morrison, David Gray and James Blunt. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

Beginners Photography Workshop in Bath – Getting Started

2nd March at 9:30 am4:30 pm

If you’re new to photography and want to learn how to get the best out of your kit or simply want a bit of a refresher this one-day beginners photography workshop in Bath is for you. You will learn how to improve your composition, discover how to perfect your exposures and understand how to use light. Based in the beautiful city of Bath your expert tutors – Sam Gregory and Benedict Brain – will be on hand to give you…

Hip pain talk at Circle Bath Hospital

12th March at 7:00 pm8:30 pm

Do you have pain in your hip? Discover how to preserve your hips and get back to the activities you love at Circle Bath Hospital’s event on 12 March. If you're suffering with hip pain and wanting to understand underlying causes, Circle Bath Hospital is on hand to help. If you're considering surgery and would like more information, wanting to know more about the latest advances in hip surgery or suffering with hip pain and wanting to understand underlying cases this…

U3A lecture: Farming in Gloucestershire – The Changes and Challenges

14th March at 10:00 am12:00 pm

U3A in Bath is an organisation for retired people who want to try a range of activities including learning languages or history, playing tennis or going on country walks. U3A in Bath also holds regular, monthly public lectures. In this talk on Farming in Gloucestershire – The Changes and Challenges, James Cox hopes to explain how they produce food each year on their family farm whilst caring for the environment and discusses how things have changed and the way they…

Discovery Dinners: New World Vs Old World Wine

14th March at 7:00 pm

The Bath Priory is holding a series of Discovery Dinners throughout 2019. Each evening will offer a unique insight into a seasonal delicacy or wine variety. Executive chef Michael Nizzero will craft a bespoke menu especially for each event, perfectly paired with wine matched to each course. Each event includes: - Arrival glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne and canapés at 7pm - Three-course dinner served at 7.30pm - Matched wines to each course - Coffee and petits fours On 14 March,…

A Night at The Movies: The Bath Orchestral Gala Concert with Bath Philharmonia and King Edward’s School

19th March at 7:00 pm

Join the city’s resident professional orchestra, Bath Philharmonia, together with King Edward’s School Senior Orchestra, as they perform together in this year’s Gala Concert, as part of their sixth annual side-by-side partnership. Along with Jason Thornton, conductor of Bath Philharmonia, 20 members of the professional orchestra will play side-by-side with KES pupils in a programme of highly accessible and thrilling repertoire themed around A Night at The Movies. Tickets: Adults £14, children £5. Doors open 6.30pm, performance begins at 7pm.…

Dinner, dance and glass blowing charity evening

23rd March at 7:00 pm

Enjoy an evening of dinner, wine and watching glass blowing at Bath Aqua Glass's Walcot Street glass blowing studio on Saturday 23 March.  Eat and dance to music from the Red Bandits and Viva Vocal Choir. Where: Bath Aqua Glass studio, Walcot Street When: Saturday 23 March. Arrive at 6.30pm for a 7pm start Tickets: £35 per person. Limited tickets available. Visit: bathaquaglass.com

The Handful concert: A Child’s Prayer

23rd March at 7:30 pm

Contrast the earliest, most intense of Byrd’s Masses with the deeply personal and unusual Howells Requiem, written following the death of his son in 1935. Add A Child’s Prayer, James MacMillan’s poignant response to the Dunblane massacre, and Tavener’s miniature gem, The Lamb, dedicated to his nephew’s third birthday, mix well with Gorecki’s sonorous double-choir motet for Pope John Paul II, Totus tuus, and Purcell’s pleading anthem, Remember not, Lord, our offences, written for the choir of Westminster Abbey, and…

IPR Public Lecture: Are We Real? Consciousness and Fiction

27th March at 5:15 pm7:00 pm

In this IPR Public Lecture, Professor Markus Gabriel will discuss fiction as a component of human thought and ideology. It is believed in our contemporary natural scientific culture that central features of our mind are fictions or illusions of sorts. The prominent philosopher Daniel Dennett even claims that illusionism about phenomenal consciousness (our qualitative experience of reality as rich with colors, sounds, tastes, smells, etc.) should be “the obvious default theory of consciousness.” In his talk, Professor Gabriel will dismantle…

Knee pain talk at Circle Bath Hospital

27th March at 7:00 pm8:30 pm

Do you have pain in your knee? Discover how to preserve your knees and get back to the activities you love at Circle Bath Hospital’s event on 27 March. If you're suffering with knee pain and wanting to understand underlying causes, Circle Bath Hospital is on hand to help. If you're considering surgery and would like more information, wanting to know more about the latest advances in knee surgery or suffering with knee pain and wanting to understand underlying cases this…

Steven Isserlis & Bath Philharmonia

29th March at 7:30 pm

In a unique performance, internationally renowned cellist Steven Isserlis performs both of Haydn’s Cello Concertos. Bath Philharmonia also presents two of Mozart’s most popular operatic overtures and music by Max Richter and Jonathan Dove in a concert full of sunshine and joy. Tickets £35/£30/£25/£5 (under 18s). Available from Bath Box Office or call 01225 463362. Image credit: Jean Baptiste Millot

Free Event: Neff appliances introduction with Alison Haigh

30th March at 10:30 am3:30 pm

Neff home economist Alison Haigh will be visiting the Knees store in Trowbridge at Spitfire Retail Park on Saturday 30 March to discuss Neff appliances. If you’ve been thinking about buying a Neff built-in induction hob, combination steam oven or multifunction oven, find out how to get the best from these appliances. Ask Alison questions and sample some of her delicious dishes over two sessions: 10.30am – 12.30pm: Full demonstration. Alison will be creating several recipes using the full range of…

Monkton Easter revision courses 2019

15th April19th April

With examination dates looming, Monkton’s Easter revision courses offer expert advice from teachers who are well versed in the challenges that examinations place upon candidates. Many of the teachers are GCSE and A level examiners. Our staff will be able to offer individual guidance, support and challenge to each student through the revision of demanding topics and difficult subject material. Residential and day options are available. When: Monday 15 – Friday 19 April Visit: monktoncombeschool.com 

Bathampton Art Group Spring Exhibition

27th April at 10:00 am5:00 pm

Paul Weaver has been invited to Bathampton Art Group's spring exhibition to judge paintings in various categories. Guests will also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite painting throughout the day on Saturday 27 April. Some of the artists will be demonstrating throughout the day and cards and paintings by the members will be available to purchase. Enjoy the artwork and some delicious homemade savouries and cakes. When: Saturday 27 April, 10am – 5pm Where: Bathampton Village Hall, Holcombe…

dS:uK: The tribute to Dire Straits

9th May at 7:30 pm

dS:uK brings the experience of one of dIRE sTRAITS’ most iconic concerts and albums to UK theatres in 2019 – including Komedia, Bath. Alchemy was the first big live album, recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in July 1983 during the last two shows of the Love Over Gold tour. The tour included selected hits from all Dire Straits albums to date including Tunnel of Love, Romeo and Juliet and Private Investigations, and also featured many other fan favourite songs that…

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