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New Views on Familiar Places exhibition

19th January31st March

A new exhibition by David Ringsell focuses on the power of painted images to make the viewer look with fresh eyes. On show at the Royal United Hospital from January until March, pop along to take a fresh look at the darker side of Bath architecture. Exhibition runs from: 19 January – 31 March 2019 Venue: West Gallery (Zone B), Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG Opening Times: Mon-Sun 8am-8pm Visit: real-images.com A third commission from all…

Discover Buddhism and Meditation

22nd January at 8:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Tuesday, repeating until 29th January, 2019

Learn how to meditate and hear about the unique perspective on life that Buddhism offers, in a relaxed and friendly environment. Bath Sakya Buddhist Group meets every Tuesday at 8pm at the Museum of Bath at Work for a session of meditation followed by a talk. No experience is necessary and there is no need to book. There is also time for discussion and refreshments at the end of the session. Bath Sakya Buddhist Group was established in 2006 and…

Alan West, Steve Black & Adam Sweet

25th January at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

An evening of acoustic Americana including both covers and originals on Friday 25 January. They say that, “some things are meant to be". Nothing could be truer about the coming together of two extraordinary talents that are Alan West and Steve Black. With over 50 years of professional performing between them, they discovered that their unique combination puts a refreshing slant on Country music. When: Chapel Arts Centre Where: Friday 25 January, 8 – 10:30pm (doors open at 7:30pm) Tickets: £10

Make the Perfect Burger by Bar Boulud

26th January at 9:30 am2:00 pm

Lucknam Park has teamed up with the iconic London restaurant Bar Boulud at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London for a half-day cooking course in how to make the perfect burger. The course will be run by Bar Boulud’s new executive chef John Barber, who played a crucial role in opening the restaurant in 2010. You will make four to five dishes including a perfect brioche bun and one of the famed Bar Boulud burgers. The course includes arrival tea/coffee, pastries,…

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Buddy

26th January at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Spencer J & the Copy-Cat Crickets create the sensational feel of a Rock’n’Roll concert, straight from the 1950s. Tickets: Advance £16, door £18 Visit: chapelarts.org

Calm-abiding meditation day

27th January at 10:00 am4:00 pm

This is an opportunity to practise meditation in peace and seclusion. Join Bath Sakya Buddhist Group for a day of meditation in the peaceful environment of the Museum of Work, Bath. Everyone welcome, no experience is necessary. For ages 14 and over, children must be accompanied by an adult. Attend one session or go for the full day. Session times: 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, and 3pm. £4 per session or £15 for the full day. Refreshments will be available. Take along a…

Bath College’s Charity Gala Dinner in aid of Dorothy House

31st January at 6:30 pm

Bath College is holding a Charity Gala Dinner in the college’s Shrubbery Restaurant in aid of local hospice, Dorothy House. A four course tasting menu will be served with each course prepared by a different high-profile, local chef with the assistance of the college’s catering students. The chefs include: Chris Cleghorn, Head Chef from The Olive Tree who has worked with Heston Blumenthal, Michael Caines and Adam Simmonds; David Campbell, Head Chef at the 3AA rosette award winning Dower House…

Dessie Magee

1st February at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Irish Brighton based troubadour. A modern folk-pop singer-songwriter who incorporates elements of rock, blues and soul. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14 Visit: chapelarts.org

Yoga & Breakfast at The Ivy Bath Brasserie

2nd February at 9:00 am9th February at 11:00 am

The Ivy Bath Brasserie collaborates with Sweaty Betty Bath to host Yoga & Breakfast events and introduces alcohol-free cocktails as part of city-wide wellness campaign The Ivy Bath Brasserie is collaborating with Sweaty Betty as part of Feel-Good Bath, a city-wide campaign spearheaded by Visit Bath to encourage locals and visitors to focus on the mind, body and soul. To celebrate this focus on wellbeing, The Ivy Bath Brasserie has partnered with Sweaty Betty to host two yoga sessions, taught…

Hidden Secrets of a Hotelier

7th February at 10:45 am3:00 pm

Join hospitality icon Harry Murray MBE, Chairman of Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, for an exclusive talk on the Hidden Secrets of a Hotelier. Harry has managed luxury hotels for more than 50 years and during his long and distinguished career has chaired and sat on numerous industry committees. He is often described as the consummate hotelier because of his attention to detail & passion for hotel-keeping. He has helped to develop some of the leading hoteliers in the UK…

Ma Bessie and her Blues Troupe

8th February at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

A narrated show about Bessie Smith, featuring music from the era and showcasing many of her songs. Tickets: Advance £16, door £18 Visit: chapelarts.org

The Big-Hearted Valentine’s Ball

9th February at 6:30 pm

A charity black-tie dinner and ball to raise funds for a fibre-optic laryngoscope to be used for treating heart patients at the NHS Bristol Heart Institute. Includes close-up magic from Peter Baffles, live music and the host is comedian Tank Sherman. £75, includes drinks reception and three course dinner, created by Apex Hotel head chef Huw Woods. To reserve tickets or to find out more about sponsorship opportunities, email: loraine@morganbrinkhurstconsultancy.co.uk, visit: buglercoaches.co.uk or tel: 01225 444422. More information at: bigheartedvalentinesball.co.uk

The Handful: Fauré Requiem

9th February at 7:30 pm

The Handful’s second concert with new music director Tomos Watkins at the helm couples the ever-popular Fauré Requiem with Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, both featuring the acclaimed baritone soloist Robert Rice. Bath Abbey organist emeritus Peter King joins the choir for the Fauré and for Jonathan Dove’s Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars. Arvo Pärt’s Which was the son of completes the programme. Tickets: £15/£5 from Bath Box Office. Tel: 01225 463362. How A Handful of Singers became…

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…

Bath Opera: La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker)

21st February at 7:30 pm23rd February at 7:30 pm

Bath’s very own opera company is preparing for their next fully staged production in February. This coincides with a bright new makeover for the company as they take on one of the best loved operas in the repertoire. The Italian opera composer Vincenzo Bellini was know as ‘The Swan of Catania’ because this beautiful long melodies. His fabulous opera La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker) contains a feast of beautiful melodies, vocal fireworks and a hilarious plot. The story revolves around a…

Track Dogs

21st February at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms. An adventurous fusion of Americana and folk. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

Leon McCawley & Bath Philharmonia

27th February at 7:30 pm

Leon McCawley, one of Britain’s foremost pianists, joins Bath Philharmonia in a performance of Mozart’s fresh and playful Piano Concerto No. 22, perfectly complementing a programme of folk-inspired orchestral music. Janacek’s On an Overgrown Path, a collection of heartfelt miniatures and Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony captures the warmth and beauty of Moravia and Bohemia in a journey home from the new world. Tickets £28/£10 (under 18s & students) Available from wiltshiremusic.org.uk or call 01225 860100. Image credit: Clive Barda

Bath Art Fair

1st March2nd March

Original art from original artists More than 85 professional artists from all over the country (and one form Berlin) will be showcasing their work at the popular Bath Art Fair. This award-winning fair (now in its third year and at a new city centre venue) gives you the chance to chat to the artists and buy original art from hand finished prints, paintings, sculpture to glass ware and ceramics in an informal and relaxed setting. Open: Friday 1 March, 11am…

John Adams

1st March at 8:00 pm10:30 pm

Singer/Songwriter John Adams draws influences from the likes of James Morrison, David Gray and James Blunt. Tickets: Advance £12, door £14. Visit: chapelarts.org

Beginners Photography Workshop in Bath – Getting Started

2nd March at 9:30 am4:30 pm

If you’re new to photography and want to learn how to get the best out of your kit or simply want a bit of a refresher this one-day beginners photography workshop in Bath is for you. You will learn how to improve your composition, discover how to perfect your exposures and understand how to use light. Based in the beautiful city of Bath your expert tutors – Sam Gregory and Benedict Brain – will be on hand to give you…

Steven Isserlis & Bath Philharmonia

29th March at 7:30 pm

In a unique performance, internationally renowned cellist Steven Isserlis performs both of Haydn’s Cello Concertos. Bath Philharmonia also presents two of Mozart’s most popular operatic overtures and music by Max Richter and Jonathan Dove in a concert full of sunshine and joy. Tickets £35/£30/£25/£5 (under 18s). Available from Bath Box Office or call 01225 463362. Image credit: Jean Baptiste Millot

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