CULTURE

The Little Theatre: a history

Known for its comfy chairs and vintage aesthetics, Bath’s Little Theatre Cinema has always been a favourite for watching new releases, much-loved classics, and...

Inside Art: The Witcombe Cabinet

Art curator and historian Monserrat Pis Marcos from The Holburne Museum considers a 17th-century decorated cabinet with a difference, one created with Japanned...

Interview: Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode appeared at The Bath Festival last year, playing the double bass with his skiffle band, The Dodge Brothers. This year the band was scheduled to re...
Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Sir Ranulph Fiennes:
Living dangerously

As many of us start to dream of freedom and plan our post-pandemic lives, with some looking forward to the first trip abroad and others training hard for postp...

Ghosts and ghouls

In a city with a history like Bath, it's not surprising that there might be a few spooky encounters here and there... Historian Catherine Pitt takes a look at r...

Jess Gillam: Classical’s rising star

Rising saxophonist Jess Gillam gave a stellar performance at the Concert For The People of Bath in 2019. In the much-lamented absence of The Bath Festival this...
Mary Beard

Mary Beard on #MeToo and misogyny

Scholar Mary Beard doesn’t just encapsulate the public mood, she enlightens it. The champion of the intelligentsia chatted to Cate Brown for our sister publica...