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Fresh Air Sculpture 2019

16th June at 10:00 am7th July at 5:00 pm

Fresh Air Sculpture is a contemporary sculpture show taking place in the extensive gardens of Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire. This biennial event prides itself on showcasing and selling unique sculptural pieces as well as decorative arts in a beautiful outdoor setting. Expect the traditional and the experimental; from cutting edge exterior furniture design and ornate stonework, to the softest of textiles and the glamour of glass. More than 10,000 visitors meandered the gardens in 2017, enjoying the flora, the artworks,…

Elphick and Elphick: UNLIMITED exhibition

22nd June13th July

Deirdre Elphick – painter Martin Elphick – sculptor Painting and sculpture coincide in a joint show celebrating artistic freedom, comprising common themes and interests: in people, movement, landscape and the natural world. Both artists explore colour and form unfettered by particular materials or artistic movements, and use both older and contemporary ways of working. Martin Elphick is celebrated for his work remembering the First World War in Bath Abbey. For the Guild Gallery exhibition he is showing new figurative and…

Bath Open Studios: Widcombe Art Trail

22nd June23rd June

The city’s popular arts trails return in May and June, so plan ahead to visit open studios in different parts of the city at the weekends. In total, more than 180 artists and makers will open their doors to the public to showcase original artwork, give demonstrations or offer workshops. It’s an opportunity to discover the wide range of art and craft being created here, meet artists and makers, talk about their ideas or just enjoy browsing. You might even…

The Collage Club London at Spotty Herberts

22nd June at 1:30 pm4:15 pm

Swap pencils for scissors and a wealth of beautiful papers at this workshop perfect for anyone keen to flex their creative muscles and get making. Create marine inspired collage with Stephanie of The Collage Club London, who is based in London and travels around the city with her stash of papers, stickers, tapes and scissors holding workshops in The Barbican, Royal Academy, Hoxton Hotel, De Beauvoir Block and Adidas Studio to name a few. £7.50per person. All materials provided. Three…

Natural Theatre Adult Theatre School

24th June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Monday, repeating until 8th July, 2019

In April the Natural Theatre Company will launch the summer term of its Adult Theatre School. The ten-week course offers adults the chance to learn performance skills from industry professionals at the Natural HQ in Widcombe. Now in its second year after proving hugely popular in 2018, the aim of the course is to give adults a place to have fun and de-stress and meet like-minded people. Adult classes run on Monday evenings from 29 April – 8 July, 7–9pm.…

CPR training sessions

27th June at 5:30 pm
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An event every month that begins at 5:30 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until 27th June, 2019

Every year in the UK, more than 30,000 people suffer a cardiac arrest outside of hospital, less than 1 in 10 survive. Every minute without CPR and defibrillation reduces the chance of survival by up to 10%. Building society Nationwide in Bath has teamed up with Bath Business Improvement District (BID), to hold CPR training events with the aim to train more employees from businesses around Bath to confidently deliver CPR. In addition to the training, the Bath branch has…

Lansdown Open Gardens

30th June at 2:00 pm5:30 pm

This popular annual event will feature a stall selling all sorts of plants on the Millennium Green and a chance to pause there, take a seat and enjoy the Green. All the gardens are within easy walking distance of the St. Stephen’s Millennium Green, Richmond Road and St Stephen’s Centre. Welcome refreshments, tea, cake and soft drinks will be for sale in St. Stephen’s Centre. All proceeds go to the upkeep of the Millennium Green. Tickets will be available at…

Frome Festival 2019

5th July14th July

The popular Frome Festival returns this summer with plenty of music, laughs and fun for all the family. This year’s headliners include DJ Judge Jules, with a ten-piece live band in an opening night party on 5 July; followed by major indie act The Coral on 8 July, and the chart-topping Scouting for Girls will be at the Cheese and Grain on 12 July. The Memorial Theatre will present Danceworks and perennial favourite, Cornish comedian Jethro. In a post- Festival…

Romeo and Juliet: A Victorian Tragedy

8th July at 8:00 pm13th July at 10:40 pm

Shakespeare Live's 31st summer production is set in the murky world of Victorian London, with shocking violence and tender love scenes, full of energy, fast-moving, accurate, lyrical, and, above all, entertaining. The star-crossed lovers (played by two talented local teenagers) and their two warring families are manipulated by a mysterious circus ringmaster personifying Fate. Specially-composed music played live, professional sound systems and lighting which takes over as the evening darkens, expert acting and imaginative direction, beautiful costumes and spectacular fight…

Simply Social

25th July at 8:30 pm

Simply Social is an active social group that provides an excellent way to meet others in a friendly welcoming atmosphere in a variety of settings. This is a monthly gathering for existing members and potential new members of Simply Social - all are welcome. It’s an opportunity to have a drink, understand how Simply Social works, learn about the various activities we offer and how to get involved. Visit: simplysocial.org.uk

Iford Arts: L’elisir d’amore – Donizetti

3rd September at 7:30 pm
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One event on 3rd September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

One event on 6th September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

One event on 7th September, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Watch Donizetti’s comic masterpiece, the operatic favourite L’elisir d’amore, against the beautiful backdrop of Belcombe Court in Bradford on Avon. It is impossible not to empathise with the bashful village boy Nemorino (whose aria ‘a furtive tear’ must be one of the most popular tenor arias of all time). He is besotted with the wealthy Adina but she rejects him. His desperation deepens when Adina apparently falls for a handsome man in a uniform. In abject misery he turns to…

Phenomenal Women 2019: Kalpna Woolf

14th November at 6:00 pm7:30 pm

In conjunction with Business West and the University of the West of England, The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel concludes its Phenomenal Women events series with a talk by Kalpna Woolf on 14 November. Kalpna is a major influencer for change in the South West. Following an award-winning career in the BBC, as Head of Production overseeing £100m global business including the BBC’s jewel-in-the-crown, the Natural History Unit, Kalpna now works extensively with the creative sector in both an advisory and…

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