CULTURE

Exhibition: Gainsborough and the Theatre

A new exhibition at the Holburne Museum showcases portraits of theatrical figures by Thomas Gainsborough, reflecting a time when theatre was taking on a more se...

Time for a digital detox?

A national campaign urging us all to spend less time on our phones is prompted by widespread mental health issues among young people. Georgette McCready talks t...

Trailfinders:
Canada in the raw

Canada is the world’s second largest country and yet its land is sparsely populated and dominated by forests, tundra and breathtaking natural wonders. This make...

Forest of Imagination:
An Urban Forest

Andrew Grant, founding director of Bath-based landscape architecture practice Grant Associates, has a fascination with creative ecology in the design of sustain...

Review: The Price
at Theatre Royal Bath

Melissa Blease reviews Arthur Miller’s The Price, starring David Suchet, Brendan Coyle and Adrian Lukis, on at Theatre Royal Bath until 25 August What price do...

Review: Switzerland at Ustinov Studio

Melissa Blease reviews award-winning thriller Switzerland, starring Phyllis Logan, on at Ustinov Studio, Bath until 1 September “Switzerland? It'll be all abou...

Bath Abbey volunteers

Bath Abbey is on a volunteer recruitment drive. Emma Clegg talks to volunteers – including an 87-year-old bellringer who uses YouTube and a tour guide who has c...

Trailfinders:
A Caribbean Crush

Spectacular beaches, catamaran trips, Champagne for breakfast, intoxicating diving, gourmet cuisine, volcanic peaks and rejuvenating escapes – you’ll find all t...

Interview: David Suchet

David Suchet returns to Theatre Royal Bath in a new production of Arthur Miller’s The Price. Emma Clegg speaks to the actor, known for his ability to get inside...