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Emma Hart: Banger exhibition

16th February27th April

Emma Hart makes art about the routines and spaces of everyday life. Banger is a new body of ceramic works that continues her investigation into relationships and domestic life, in this case the car as the interior space where so many family dynamics are played out. Beyond the windscreen there are urban scenes clamouring with signs and instructions and rural horizons with endless of possible routes to navigate. In Banger the relentless velocity of decision making is as inescapable as…

Spring Exhibition

12th April31st May

Gallery Nine’s latest exhibition features internationally recognised artist Bruce McLean, ceramicist Clive Bowen and Sasha Wardell, and jewellers Charmian Harris and Emily Nixon. The exhibition will be showcasing Bruce McLean’s original signed prints and ceramics. As a leading figure in the British contemporary art scene, luminous colours and organic shapes give Bruce’s work a fantastic expressive quality, his work can be found in private and public collections worldwide. Potter Clive Bowen studied painting at Cardiff Art School before being taken…

CPR training sessions

25th April at 5:30 pm
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An event every month that begins at 5:30pm 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…

Fresh: Art Fair

26th April28th April

Described as “the best contemporary art fair outside London,” Fresh: Art Fair is an easy and exciting way to see 51 leading UK galleries in one place. There will be 5,000 original prints and paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics from emerging new talent to Royal Academicians, with prices from £100 to £20,000 or more. Blake, Hockney, Hirst, Emin, Sutherland and McLean will all be there. There will also be a print-making demonstration by Jim Starr; display and talks on framing…

Bathampton Art Group Spring Exhibition

27th April at 10:00 am5:00 pm

Paul Weaver has been invited to Bathampton Art Group's spring exhibition to judge paintings in various categories. Guests will also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite painting throughout the day on Saturday 27 April. Some of the artists will be demonstrating throughout the day and cards and paintings by the members will be available to purchase. Enjoy the artwork and some delicious homemade savouries and cakes. When: Saturday 27 April, 10am – 5pm Where: Bathampton Village Hall, Holcombe…

Natural Theatre Adult Theatre School

29th April at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:00pm 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.…

Parenting in the Digital Age: An Evening with Gill Simpson

29th April at 7:00 pm

Gill Simpson, business and parenting coach and director of Chapter Forty Four, will deliver a participative session that invites the audience to consider their own roles and responsibilities as parents, as well as being given some facts, ideas and inspiration surrounding the topic of parenting in the digital age. Gill will explore the idea of ‘parent pioneers’ when it comes to parenting in this digital world. She will introduce the idea that parents need to play a number of different…

Shoulder pain talk at Circle Bath Hospital

30th April at 7:00 pm8:30 pm

Shoulder trouble? Do you suffer from pain? Understand the underlying causes and the potential treatments for shoulder pain at Circle Bath Hospital’s event on 30 April with Mr Gavin Jennings, consultant orthopaedic surgeon, and senior physiotherapist Darren James. What can I do to preserve my shoulder? Performing the wrong exercises or performing the right exercises wrongly, can result in making your shoulder problem worse. It can be helpful to seek advice from an expert such as a physiotherapist, sports therapist,…

Bath Open Studios: Larkhall Open Studios

4th May6th May

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…

Conjurors, Cardsharps and Conmen Magic Show

4th May at 7:00 pm
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One event on 13th April, 2019 at 9:00pm

One event on 4th May, 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 4th May, 2019 at 9:00pm

One event on 1st June, 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on 1st June, 2019 at 9:00pm

Join two of London’s finest magicians – Tony Middleton ‘Sonic’ and Dominick Zwolinski – stars of the sell out show Sleight of Hand on the Strand’s Savoy Hotel, for a new show at the five-star Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel. Discover impossible illusions, forgotten feats and intriguing stories from magic’s past. Suitable for families, no entry for under eights. Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes, no interval. Tickets: £30/£40 Visit: bathmagicshow.com

Big Green Day

6th May at 2:00 pm5:00 pm

To celebrate some 13 years of restoring St Stephen’s Church's gardens, there will be a community event with live music, a Gardeners’ Question panel, children’s games, bell-ringing, tea and cakes on the May Bank Holiday Monday. There will also be a guided tour of the church featuring its spectacular Victorian architecture, Art Nouveau designs and stained glass windows, plus more. Free entry.

Visual Explorations of the Known and Unknown Exhibition: Brian Goodsell and David McMillan

7th May12th May

Brian Goodsell’s approach to his painting is akin to that of a modern jazz tenor sax man who improvises. Both musician and painter venture into the unknown. David McMillan, with his fine and subtle sense of colour and design, creates a mysterious range of symmetrical and asymmetrical images. Both artists have developed their current practice over many years of experimentation and their visual explorations continue, and now they are exhibiting a selection of their work at 44AD Artspace. Main image:…

dS:uK: The tribute to Dire Straits

9th May at 7:30 pm

dS:uK brings the experience of one of dIRE sTRAITS’ most iconic concerts and albums to UK theatres in 2019 – including Komedia, Bath. Alchemy was the first big live album, recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in July 1983 during the last two shows of the Love Over Gold tour. The tour included selected hits from all Dire Straits albums to date including Tunnel of Love, Romeo and Juliet and Private Investigations, and also featured many other fan favourite songs that…

Bath Open Studios: Newbridge Arts Trail

11th May12th May

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 Arts Society Bath Evening lecture: The Industrial Revolution and Decorative Arts

13th May at 7:10 pm

The Industrial Revolution had a profound impact on the decorative arts, bringing commodities that had previously been associated with the nobility within reach of the ever-growing middle-class. Radical new inventions enabled an increased quantity of goods to be produced at a reduced cost, while also accelerating the manufacturing process. This led to the development of shops and entrepreneurs which led in turn to completely new attitudes towards life-style and self-fashioning that continue to pervade our everyday lives. Free for members…

For The Joy of Colour: An illustrated talk on the inspirations and aspirations of Charles and Patricia Lester

14th May at 11:00 am3:00 pm

Hear the behind-the-scenes stories of fashion designers and textile artists Charles and Patricia Lester at this special event hosted by the Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel. Discover how they chose to carve their own path, creating original pieces that celebrate colour and the individuality of each person who wears their timeless silks while getting up close and personal with their original textile art. Charles and Patricia will tell of their creative journey and talk about the inspiration around their extraordinary art…

Bath Open Studios: Bear Flat Artists Open Studios

25th May27th May

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…

Discovery Dinners: Asparagus

30th May at 7:00 pm

The Bath Priory is holding a series of Discovery Dinners throughout 2019. Each evening will offer a unique insight into a seasonal delicacy or wine variety. Executive chef Michael Nizzero will craft a bespoke menu especially for each event, perfectly paired with wine matched to each course. Each event includes: - Arrival glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne and canapés at 7pm - Three-course dinner served at 7.30pm - Matched wines to each course - Coffee and petits fours On 30 May,…

Phenomenal Women 2019: Jaya Chakrabarti MBE

12th June at 6:00 pm7:30 pm

In conjunction with Business West and the University of the West of England, The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel continues its Phenomenal Women events series which features Jaya Chakrabarti MBE on 12 June. Jaya is a passionate advocate for engaging business with community through technology to improve people's lives, and was honoured with an MBE from the Queen in 2014's honours list for services to the creative digital industries and the community in Bristol. Jaya co-founded digital agency Nameless in 1999,…

The Chris Slade Timeline

13th June at 7:00 pm

The legendary AC/DC drummer Chris Slade is heading to Komedia for a special one-off fundraising gig in aid of Dorothy House Hospice Care and Bath Rugby Foundation. The Chris Slade Timeline was formed by Chris Slade in 2012 to celebrate his 50 plus year career as a professional rock drummer since he started with Tom Jones at the tender age of just 16 years. Since then he has performed with all the greats, including AC/DC, Manfred Man, Paul Rodgers, Gary…

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…

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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