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The Cinematic Landscape – Kit Glaisyer’s open studio

1st August31st August

Kit Glaisyer, a widely admired landscape painter, returns to Bath for a year-long residency at his new studio on Great Pulteney Street. This follows on from his popular Cinematic Landscapes exhibition at the Octagon Gallery in 2013 and continues his revival of the Romantic landscape tradition, taking inspiration from the west country, particularly the Dorset countryside. Kit works on each piece for between six to eight months, combining traditional and contemporary techniques to create a magnificent series of panoramic landscape…

David Ringsell exhibition

1st August1st October

Discover the work of landscape painter David Ringsell at the Beaufort Restaurant throughout August and September. Speaking about his work, David said: "I aim to present a contemporary perspective on some familiar places. While my work is representational, it retains a painterly quality. I often focus on the darker side of Bath architecture; peeling paint and stained stonework." Originals and custom prints are available in a variety of sizes from £200. Visit real-images.com to see more work.

The Bath Pub Tour

25th August at 7:00 pm9:00 pm

An Insider’s Guide to Bath’s Best Boozers – Every Friday night (except 11/8, 18/8, 8/9, 15/9) Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Bath had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the world. Along Roman roads and cobbled streets, down ancient alleyways and secret shortcuts, the Bath Pub Tour takes you on a 90 minute whistle-stop expedition through this city’s long and winding drinking past. But this is no ordinary tour. This is as…

Great British Food Festival

26th August at 10:00 am28th August at 5:00 pm

The Great British Food Festival is back at Bowood House for the August bank holiday weekend. The event starts at 10am each day, with over 70 artisan stalls, craft and gift stalls, tasty hot food vendors, great chef demos, kids cookery, live music and much more throughout the day. A great foodie day out for the whole family. Tickets: adults £10, children (5 – 16 years) £6, under 5s free, family ticket (two adults, two children) £30. To find out…

Bath Artisan Market

27th August at 10:00 am4:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 10:00am on day Last of the month, happening 7 times

Sample the creative genius of Bath's best independent makers, food producers, artists and street food sellers in leafy Queen Square, central Bath. Established in 2012 and formerly at Green Park Station, The Bath Artisan Market is the ideal place to pick up original gifts, eat or sit and soak up the atmosphere. Visit: bathartisanmarket.com

Bath Cats and Dogs Home Fun Day

28th August at 11:00 am4:00 pm

Bath Cats and Dogs Home's annual Fun Day returns on August Bank Holiday Monday, with fun and games galore for everyone – including the family dog! The event's much anticipated fun dog show will be getting tails wagging again this year, with visitors and their dogs invited to vie for the crown of Best in Show 2017. Other categories include Best Paw Shaker, Best Rescue, Fabulous Fella, Looks Most Like Owner, Loveliest Lady, Cutest Puppy and Golden Oldie. In the…

Light Up The Night walk

1st September at 6:30 pm

On 1 September 2017, thousands of people will take to the streets of Bristol on a 10 mile night walk in the theme of ‘Light up the Night’. The evening begins at 18:30 with a warm-up party at Lloyds Amphitheatre – food will be available from pop-up vendors, drinks served from the ‘Sparkle Bar’ and live music provided by outstanding Bristol band ‘Funk Husky’ – before the walk begins shortly after sunset. Dust off your trainers, don your brightest or most sparkly…

The Bath Pub Tour

1st September at 7:00 pm9:00 pm

An Insider’s Guide to Bath’s Best Boozers – Every Friday night (except 11/8, 18/8, 8/9, 15/9) Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Bath had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the world. Along Roman roads and cobbled streets, down ancient alleyways and secret shortcuts, the Bath Pub Tour takes you on a 90 minute whistle-stop expedition through this city’s long and winding drinking past. But this is no ordinary tour. This is as…

The Paul da Vinci 60s/70s Explosion

1st September at 8:00 pm

Featuring Paul Da Vinci’s three and a half octave voice and all the showmanship you would expect from the original voice of The Rubettes’ “Sugar Baby Love”. This combined with a kicking band of seasoned session musicians who can really sing and play all the hits from the 60s and 70s mean that standing ovations are a regular occurrence! Tickets: £15 in advance, £17 door price. Visit: chapelarts.org or call: 01225 461700

Shindig Weekender Feast

2nd September3rd September

Feast your eyes and ears festivalgoers: following the sell-out success of Shindig Weekender, which kickstarted the summer in May, the team are bringing you a feast on 2 – 3 September to round off the season. The event will be held at Critchill Manor, Frome, Somerset, BA11 4LJ. Two themed venues will be hosting the likes of Crazy P, My Bad Sister, The Allergies, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Mr Thing, WBBL, Shaka Loves You, X-Ray Ted, and Bristol’s Women In Music Takeover. Gates open at midday on Saturday and the feast starts…

FORMA: Art workshops and exhibition

6th September10th September

Artist Angus Joseph (BUOY) hosts a selection of creative workshops as part of a residency at Walcot Chapel, Bath. The workshops will be held throughout the week prior to the exhibition beginning on 8 September. Events are all free and everyone is welcome to join in. Life Drawing Wednesday 6 September, 6 – 7.30pm A life drawing session with a nude model in a variety of poses. Some materials will be provided but do bring along something to draw on…

In conversation: Chief exec of TOAST

7th September at 10:00 am11:00 am

Kilver Court Designer Village is hosting an in conversation event with Monty Saul and the chief executive of TOAST, Suzie de Rohan Willner on Thursday 7 September. The talk will include a light breakfast with tea and coffee. Free to attend. RSVP: rachael@kilvercourt.com

Free defibrillator training

7th September at 3:00 pm3:30 pm

Learn how to use a defibrillator at this free training session at St Swithin’s Church. Sponsored and provided by Jade Hubber and Eleanor Harris at Cambridge Weight Plan Centre, Bath. Call: 07738100309 to book your place.

Preston Reed

7th September at 8:00 pm

After a whirlwind year performing in China, USA, Canada and Europe and an appearance on Sky Arts ‘Guitar Star’, Preston is set to play at Chapel Arts! The power and depth of Preston’s timeless, imagery-evoking compositions are as unique as his execution. Blues, rock, metal, funk, jazz and classical styles are distilled into a breath-taking musical and visual experience – a border-hopping musical language that tells stories without words. Recognised internationally as one of the greatest guitarists in the world,…

Mosaics workshop

9th September at 10:00 am4:00 pm

Create a shaped mosaic motif from reclaimed materials with artist and gardener Sophie Strutt. Bring your found treasures or broken plates, jewellery or any oddities from your home and incorporate them with pieces from her collection of reclaimed materials to create something unique, sentimental and thoughtfully hand crafted to hang in your home or garden, or give as a special gift. £60 per person, includes all materials, drinks and lunch. Visit: wedoitinthewoods.co.uk. To book your place, email: tara@wedoitinthewoods.co.uk or phone Tara on…

Bath Brunch Market

10th September at 9:30 am3:30 pm
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An event every month that begins at 9:30am on day Second of the month, repeating until 12th November, 2017

Sunday mornings are too precious to spend in bed, even if you do have a hangover/young child/dog begging for attention. Seize the day and get yourself, your mates, your family and pets down to Green Park Station this Sunday, where you can wake up well with a delicious brunch courtesy of one of our talented street food traders. Cooking everything from Caribbean to clean eating, Indian to inspired, and of course the failsafe sausages, bacon and eggs, you'll find a…

Alternative Facts: Photo Bath

12th September at 10:00 am24th September at 6:00 pm

In 2017, western media has been ignited by ‘Alternative Facts’ and ‘Post truth’. But how can we interpret it, or illustrate alternative facts? And are they necessarily falsehoods? Perhaps both alternatives can be valid and it’s just about perception and perspective. In the largest exhibition of work staged in its three year history, the photography non-profit collective, based in Bath, PhotoBath has taken this theme for its 2017 exhibition of members work. PhotoBath is all about fine at and documentary…

Josh Okeefe

15th September at 8:00 pm

How can I even begin to describe Josh Okeefe? Firstly, it can’t be done without a keen sense of history (which he clearly has) and, more importantly, his position along that continuum. Woody’s Children is what Pete Seeger called the wave of early 1960’s Greenwich Village pilgrims (Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Peter Lafarge, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Joan Baez, Tom Paxton). A decade later, legendary Broadside Magazine co-founder, Sis Cunningham, sat in her upper west side New York apartment with Pete…

Ceramics workshop

16th September at 10:00 am4:00 pm

A gentle and playful day, working with ceramicist and artist Clare Day, for beginners and those wishing to progress their skills. There are many possibilities including learning some hand building methods and exploring the therapeutic qualities of the feel of the clay. Make a bowl or dish imprinted with natural objects from the woods. Clare can fire pieces in her studio kiln for collection later. £60 per person, includes all materials, drinks and lunch. Visit: wedoitinthewoods.co.uk. To book your place, email: tara@wedoitinthewoods.co.uk…

Kate Dimbleby & Keith Warmington

17th September at 8:00 pm

Brand new musical pairing of acclaimed singer-songwriter Kate Dimbleby and much loved Keith Warmington on harmonica/guitar and vocals. Songs about life, loss and a lot of laughter born out of friendship and finding common ground. This is a show that will make you laugh, cry and have you humming out the door. Tickets: £12 in advance, £14 on the door Visit: chapelarts.org or call: 01225 461700

Wine Tasting – Wines We Loved

18th September at 7:30 pm

A selection of wines that were highly rated at previous tastings! 8 wines plus quality breads and cheeses. The evening's event will be presented by Phil Cooke. Doors: 7:15pm. Tickets: £18. Visit: chapelarts.org or call: 01225 461700

Drawing workshop

22nd September at 10:00 am4:00 pm

The key to all successful art is variety in mark making to create a piece. Head to Pipley Wood for a workshop full of experimental mark making and drawing exercises ‘en plein air’. Led by SillyScribbler Mark Cripps, this day is all about proving that anyone can draw a line, and once you can draw a line, you can draw stuff! Join us on this supportive and fun workshop and go home full of confidence, enthusiasm and a full sketchbook.…

The Bath Pub Tour

22nd September at 7:00 pm9:00 pm

An Insider’s Guide to Bath’s Best Boozers – Every Friday night (except 11/8, 18/8, 8/9, 15/9) Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Bath had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the world. Along Roman roads and cobbled streets, down ancient alleyways and secret shortcuts, the Bath Pub Tour takes you on a 90 minute whistle-stop expedition through this city’s long and winding drinking past. But this is no ordinary tour. This is as…

Free defibrillator training

22nd September at 7:00 pm7:30 pm

Learn how to use a defibrillator at this free training session at St Swithin’s Church. Sponsored and provided by Jade Hubber and Eleanor Harris at Cambridge Weight Plan Centre, Bath. Call: 07738100309 to book your place.

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