Loading Events

Upcoming Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

List of Events

Longleat’s Festival of Light

9th November, 2019 at 10:00 am5th January, 2020 at 7:00 pm

The Festival of Light showcases Myths and Legends. Head on a thrilling odyssey as epic stories from around the world is brought to life. Legendary figures and mythical beasts await around every corner. Marvel at the gods and magical beings of ancient Greece, re-live heroic tales of British folklore and beware of the colossal Kraken. Don’t miss the ever-popular Enchanted Christmas Tree Show and Flight Before Christmas flying owl display, plus much more. Gaze in awe at the breathtaking choreographed…

Climate Change An Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture

13th November at 11:00 am17th November at 5:00 pm

Four artists have come together with an exhibition to raise awareness of climate change. Paintings by Ruth Davis depict heat, flooding and protest. Ceramic sculpture ‘In Memoriam’ by Teresa Hughes illustrates the devastation caused to choral, while Sarah Kniveton illustrates the critical importance of water with her installation ‘Tipping Point’. Pippa Wrigley looks at how climate change could affect Bath and what can be done to mitigate it. Also featuring artworks from local schools. Free event. For more information: 44ad.net

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…

The Bowie Collective

15th November at 7:00 pm

Doing for ‘tribute bands’ what Cirque de Soleil did for ‘the circus’, The Bowie Collective’s world-class musicians, dancers and visual artists create otherworldly visions of David Bowie’s most iconic songs, genre-defining fashion and unique imagery, all with an original collective twist. Tickets £25 For more information and tickets: bathforum.co.uk

Christmas at Cheddar

16th November at 12:00 am24th December at 12:00 am

Visit Cheddar Gorge and Caves to see the elves preparing for the big day within Gough’s Cave. Meet Father Christmas, receive a present, sing some songs and marvel at the magic. Tickets £14.95 – £19.95 For more information and tickets: cheddar gorge.co.uk

Alison Haigh, Neff Home Economist, demonstrating Neff ovens and induction cooking

16th November at 10:30 am3:30 pm

Do you want to get the most out of you Neff appliances and learn how to make your home cooking even better? Or are you tempted by an induction hob? Head to Knees Spitfire store as it welcomes back Alison Haigh, Neff's Home Economist, who will be demonstrating some fantastic Neff appliances. If you are updating your kitchen or are simply a food lover looking for some new recipes, this is an event not to be missed. Head to the…

The future of UK farming and food production

19th November at 5:30 pm7:00 pm

Part of ‘The Future is in Our Lands’ IPR Public Lecture series. Brexit and the potential departure from the Common Agriculture Policy could provide an opportunity to transform the UK farming and food system. This leads to questions of how to provide healthy and affordable nutrition whilst restoring ecosystems and improving the livelihoods of farmers? What does the future of British farming look like? The panel debate welcomes Patrick Holden (Sustainable Food Trust), Joanna Lewis (Soil Association), Jo Edwards (Castle…

Anne de Courcy Chanel's Riviera

Literary Lunch: Anne de Courcy and Chanel’s Riviera

22nd November at 12:00 pm3:00 pm

The burning question on the French Riviera during spring 1938 was whether to curtsey to the Duchess of Windsor or not. Most of those who had settled here thought little about events elsewhere in Europe. A far cry from politics or the threat of war, theirs was a golden, glamorous life. Coco Chanel was at the heart of a sparkling cast of artists, writers and historical figures including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Salvador Dalí and Edith Wharton. Covering…

Fashion, Beauty, Editorial Makeup Taster Day

23rd November at 10:30 am4:30 pm

A one day workshop designed to inspire you into creating makeup worthy of any red carpet event. Starting with the basics to achieve beautifully flawless skin, moving onto recreating iconic celebrity looks with an understanding of how the camera and the use of filters effect makeup. This is an interactive hands-on course for aspiring makeup artist and those who have a love of all things makeup. £80; bammakeup.com

Bath Cantata Group: Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem

23rd November at 7:30 pm

Bath Cantata Group launches its 2019–20 season with one of the greatest masterpieces of the Romantic era: Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem. Joining the group will be soloists Julia O’Connor (soprano) and Timothy Dickinson (baritone). Jacquelyn Bevan and Will Ashworth will accompany on piano and will also play Schubert’s exquisite Fantasy in F minor. Directed by Neil Moore. Tickets: £5–£15, via Bath Box Office. Image: Alistair Chalmers

Reader Event: Christmas Extravaganza with Great Western Wine

27th November at 7:00 pm9:00 pm

The Bath Magazine has teamed up with Great Western Wine for a very special reader event, where guests will be able to enjoy an informal festive drinks tasting in the Bath shop on Wells Road. Our wine columnist Tristan Darby will host the evening and will guide you through a variety of drinks perfect for the Christmas period, including wines and fizz, warming spirits and liqueurs and more. There will also be some great hints and food matching tips ahead…

Through the Decades

Through the Decades

29th November at 7:30 pm

A night of song, dance, celebration and fundraising. Students, staff and parents of St Gregory’s Bath is hosting a fantastic evening of entertainment and fundraising as part of the school’s 40th anniversary celebrations. The show-stopping event will set the scene of the school’s 2019 fundraising target to raise money for school projects as well as funds towards the school’s ambitious plans for a new community theatre. Students past and present, supported by the cast of Curtain Up Theatre School, will…

The Sparkle Makeup Workshop

30th November at 10:00 am

The party season is nearing and this one day Christmas workshop is designed to teach some wonderful Christmas makeup techniques. Delight your friends and family with a festive makeover and make them the one everyone remembers from the Christmas party. £50; bammakeup.com

Hazel & Blue

Candle–making workshop with Hazel & Blue

5th December at 10:00 am

Join Becky Avery, founder of the Wiltshire-based company for a beginners soy candle-making workshop where you will be guided, step-by-step, through the candle-making process before making your own. Find your signature scent from a selection of nature-inspired fragrance oils and create your own bespoke candle label. A perfect introduction to candle-making and a chance to make a unique Christmas gift, created from simple, honest ingredients using natural elements to help you to recreate the seasons in your home. £69 per…

Science Showoff

5th December at 6:00 pm

Science and comedy might seem like a strange mix, but Science Showoff is here to prove that science can be just as funny as any other topic. Hear from four of the funniest scientists around as they perform their brilliant science stand up sets, hosted by professional comedian Dr Steve Cross. This is an opportunity to hear about the lighter side of research and enjoy yourself before the Christmas holidays. Free admission. Visit: bath.ac.uk

The Roantree

Wreath-making workshop with The Roantree

9th December at 10:00 am1:30 pm

Join Sky (responsible for the gorgeous seasonal flower displays at Homewood) as she shows you how to make a festive wreath you’ll be proud to have hanging on your front door throughout December. Arrive in time for coffee and then you’ll have two hours to create your floral masterpiece with expert guidance from Sky throughout, followed by a two-course lunch in the restaurant with a glass of wine, before heading home with your wreath. £79 per person to include coffee…

Salley Vickers Grandmothers

Literary lunch: Salley Vickers and Grandmothers

13th December at 12:00 pm3:00 pm

Meet Nan, Blanche and Minna who define the role of grandmother, and their relationships with the younger generation, in their individual ways. Fiercely independent Nan leads a secret life as an award-winning poet – when she is not researching her own funeral. Elegant Blanche’s hostile daughter-in-law deprives her of the company of her beloved granddaughter, Kitty – drinking and shoplifting are her solace. Bookish Minna shares a passion for reading with surrogate granddaughter, Rose – in the safety of her…

An Evening of Festive Music

14th December at 7:30 pm

The Handful's mission includes a desire to enrich and inspire the next generation of concert-goers and musicians.  New for the season, The Handful is delighted to offer free entry to under 16s to all of the concerts (must be accompanied by an adult). Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, Lennon and McCartney, Rodgers and Hammerstein; it is said that good things come in pairs, so join The Handful for a double helping of the Magnificat (Swayne and Cui), Exultate Deo (Poulenc and…

Born to rewild!

11th February, 2020 at 5:15 pm7:00 pm

Part of ‘The Future is in Our Lands’ IPR Public Lecture series. Can we rewind our landscapes for the benefit of people as well as wildlife? In the presentation, Professor Alastair Driver will explain the pros and cons of reintroducing missing species and illustrates, using images of pioneering projects he has been involved with, how working with nature rather than against it, can actually benefit the economy and society as a whole. Free event. For more information: bath.ac.uk

+ Export Events