Festivals

Interview: Hothouse Flowers

Hothouse Flowers are an Irish rock group that combine traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock. Their 1980s hits – including Don’t Go...

Cooking up a storm with Anthony Warner

If you want to make The Angry Chef live up to his name, just mention clean-eating or sugar-free – Anthony Warner talks to Melissa Blease about the myriad food ...

Interview: Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode has two great passions: films and music – and both dominate his life. He is coming to The Bath Festival to talk about his musical memoirs and to p...

Interview: Elizabeth Day

Author and journalist Elizabeth Day presents a podcast called How To Fail. She explains to Emma Clegg how she has come to understand that talking about failure...

Jess Gillam: Classical’s rising star

Classical music just got a whole lot cooler. Following a rousing Proms appearance, a Classical BRIT Award,and a moving performance at the BAFTAs, young saxopho...

Belcombe Court: Epic opera with a ha-ha

Iford Arts has built up a reputation over 25 years for its world-class opera performances. The festival continues its journey this year in two new venues, one ...

Top 10 things to do in Bath this spring

The mornings are getting lighter, the clocks are going forward, and we can start to imagine drinking chilled vino on the patio in the warm evenings again… As s...