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Source exhibition at 44AD

18th October at 11:00 am3rd November at 6:00 pm

Stewart Geddes, president of the RWA, will open the exhibition Source during the private view event on the 19 October at 6pm. Founded in 1904, Bath Society of Artists has showcased the work of artists such as Walter Sickert and John Singer Sargent. It is an active society that continues to expand and diversify with award winning member artists working in a broad range of media and artistic styles. This includes its popular annual members’ exhibition, which this year takes its…

Adult and child cookery course

23rd October at 9:30 am25th October at 2:00 pm

This half-day cookery course at Lucknam Park for ages six – 13 allows children to learn the basics of cooking, and emphasises the use of fresh, seasonal produce. Each child can bring an adult along, making this a great opportunity for you to spend time together while learning new skills and cooking techniques. Some of the dishes you could be making include: - Pork meatballs in hidden vegetable and tomato sauce with homemade linguini - Pancakes with hot chocolate sauce…

Westonbirt Charities Fair

23rd October at 10:00 am24th October at 5:00 pm

More than 120 stallholders will be selling fashion, homeware and other goods that cannot be found on the high street or online to raise funds for Marie Curie and local charities including Home-Start, Longfield Hospice, the Gloucester Royal Intensive Care Unit, Gloucester Wildlife Trust and the Door at this year's Westonbirt Charities Fair. Coffee and light refreshments will be served throughout the day and there will be activities for the young. Westonbirt School gardens will be blooming and there is…

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

24th October at 7:30 pm

Commemorating the centenary of The Great War, the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain will be playing at the Wiltshire Music Centre on Wednesday 24 October. ‘When This Lousy War is Over’ is a funny, musically rewarding, touching, irreverent and thought-provoking evening for all ages, giving us a window on the world in 1914-18 through the popular music of the time. This inspirational show carries the Ukulele Orchestra’s trademark humour, originality and passion through stomping marches, early jazz, poignant ballads and…

The Vintage Bazaar

27th October17th November

With Christmas fast approaching it’s time to start sourcing those unique gifts, elegant decorations and stunning vintage party frocks. The Vintage Bazaar is the place to solve all of these problems. With two dates for your diary, each event brings a different selection of stallholders. As featured in numerous national newspapers and magazines, these events promise the very best in vintage, antique and handmade goodies. The stallholders are carefully chosen for their beautiful and unique stock, sourced from here in…

Tales of Britain at Halloween

27th October at 4:00 pm

Brother Bernard and sister Sal return home to Bath, having been telling tales all year from Edinburgh to Land’s End – all in preparation for the early 2019 launch of Tales of Britain (the first British folktale collection to be published in more than 30 years, with tourist guides to every story's location). This is the first ever spooky Halloween Tales of Britain show, packed with horrifying tales of big black ghost dogs, wicked spell-casting witches and spectral visitations from…

Bath Bach Choir: African Sanctus

27th October at 7:30 pm

One evening in 1969, on the hill of the citadel in Cairo overlooking the Nile, British composer David Fanshawe heard the Islamic call to prayer and wondered how it would sound accompanied by a western choir. Armed with a tape recorder, rucksack, camera and tapes he embarked on an epic journey south - on foot and by camel - recording traditional music, desert sounds, equatorial rains and even a prayer meeting of witch doctors. These recordings he wove into his…

Larkhall Annual Fireworks Display

2nd November at 6:00 pm

Larkhall Sports Club is hosting its annual fireworks display on Friday 2 November. Gates open from 6pm and expect to end your night with a bang (or two!). Hot dogs and refreshments will be available. Limited parking is available When: Friday 2 November, 6pm Where: Plain Ham, Charlcombe Lane, Larkhall Tickets: Adults £5, children £3. Family ticket £14 (two adults and two children)

Luke Daniels and Nancy Kerr – live in the bar

4th November at 7:00 pm

Award-winning folk artists explore modern themes in an intimate folk gig on Sunday 4 November. Singer and composer Luke Daniels brings his clockwork polyphon machine to beautifully created modern morality tales exploring gender equality and consumerism, while fiddlesinger and songwriter Nancy Kerr explores love, motherhood, and tensions between rural and urban life. When: Sunday 4 November, 7pm Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Tickets: £12, £6 for under 18s and students Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Fireworks at Royal High School

6th November at 6:30 pm

Enjoy some friendly fireworks with the Royal High School school community on Tuesday 6 November. Price: Small charge TBC to raise money for the ‘Friends of RHS’ parents association. When: Tuesday 6 November, starting at 6.30pm Where: Royal High Senior School, Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 5SZ Visit: royalhighbath.gdst.net

Fundraising Gala dinner

7th November at 7:00 pm

Parents of Prior and The Paragon PTA present a preview gala dinner of the forthcoming England v New Zealand autumn international at the Apex Hotel, Bath. Lewis Moody and Zinzan Brooke will discuss the chances of both teams, three days before the Twickenham test. It will be the first time that England have played New Zealand since their 2014 encounter at Twickenham, which ended in a 24-21 victory for the world champions. Guests will be welcomed with a glass of fizz on arrival…

International workers and immigration law seminar

8th November at 5:30 pm6:45 pm

Industries in the South West are relying on overseas workers to fill key skills gaps in their workforce, but understanding immigration laws and the impact they have on employers isn’t straightforward. Tamara Rundle, an immigration specialist from Battens Solicitors – one of the largest law firms in the region – is hosting a dedicated business briefing seminar designed to help allay concerns and explain exactly what employers need to know about when hiring workers from Europe and beyond. The seminar…

Year 5 Design Technology and Food Technology workshop

17th November at 10:00 am12:30 pm

Enjoy this outreach workshop where no experience is necessary and all are welcome to attend at The Royal High School Bath on Saturday 17 November, 10–12.30pm. Price: Free Where: Royal High Senior School, Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 5SZ When: Saturday 17 November, 10–12.30pm Visit: royalhighbath.gdst.net

Family portrait session

18th November at 9:45 am3:15 pm
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One event on 21st October, 2018 at 9:45am

One event on 18th November, 2018 at 9:45am

One event on 2nd December, 2018 at 9:45am

For beautiful photographs of you and your children, book a 45 minute photo session with Roz Collins Photography on a special photography day within the grounds of the Holburne Museum. An opportunity to capture some natural images in a beautiful location and at no initial cost to you. Her normal session fee is waived for the portrait days but booking is essential. Visit: rozcollins.co.uk/portrait-days for more information.

A Handful of Singers: The Road Home

1st December at 7:30 pm

On the eve of Advent, A Handful of Singers’ winter concert is a programme of exquisite music based on the theme of pilgrimage, and the first with new director Tomos Watkins. For his inaugural programme, Tomos demonstrates a deft interweaving of the sacred and profane bound together with themes of searching and belonging, light and darkness. Works by three German Giants of the Romantic period: Mendelssohn's beautiful and pleading Psalm 43, Brahms' powerful motet Warum ist das Licht gegeben and…

The Bath Shakespeare Society open day

4th December at 2:15 pm

The Bath Shakespeare Society is a friendly play reading group and would like to welcome a few new members. The group meets on alternate Tuesday afternoons and will be reading The Winter's Tale, Henry VI Part3 and Macbeth in the winter term. Meet the group at an open day on Tuesday 4 December at 2.15pm in the Southgate Room at Manvers Street Baptist Church. Or tel: 01225 858630 for more information.   Image: William Shakespeare by John Taylor, National Portrait…

Christmas Bazaar

8th December at 10:00 am12:30 pm

Enjoy stalls, Father Christmas and festive fun at the Royal High School Christmas Bazaar. Price:Small charge TBC to raise money for the ‘Friends of RHS’ parents association. Where: Royal High Senior School, Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 5SZ When: Saturday 8 December, 10–12.30pm Visit: royalhighbath.gdst.net

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