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Theatre RoyalAn Ideal Husband
Edward Fox, Freddie Fox, Susan Hampshire, Nathaniel Parker, Frances Barber and Sally Bretton star in Oscar Wilde’s glittering comedy. Sir Robert Chiltern is a promising politician, destined for the highest office,wealthy and adored by his wife. He is unquestionably an ideal husband. Until, that is, the enigmatic Mrs Cheveley appears in London with a damning secret from his past that could ruin both his career and his marriage. 18th July - 4th August Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET.
The Rondo TheatreDisenchanted
Following their 2017 South West premiere production, this Exit Stage Left are proud to return to the Rondo with a second run of Dennis T. Giacino’s hilarious off-Broadway hit Disenchanted! From lands far, far away, the fairy twist in the tale, fun-filled musical Disenchanted! introduces you to the princesses from the original fairy tales who are none too happy with the way all those ‘magical’ storybooks and ‘classic’ animated movies – not to mention their ol’ buddy Walt – portray them. Forget the princesses you think you know. When these royal rebels toss off their tiaras, this hilariously subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical cleverly reveals what happened to Snow White and her storybook princess friends *after* ‘Happily Ever After’! Exit Stage Left have brought back their amazing cast to play the sassy princesses who have a bone to pick with the way they’ve been portrayed. 17th - 21st July The Rondo Theatre, St. Saviours Road, Bath, BA1 6RT
Bath CarnivalBath Carnival
Exploring the colourful traditions and fascinating cultures behind three distinct styles of Carnival. This year we discover Rio Carnival, The Caribbean Islands and New Orlean’s Mardi Gras. Bath’s biggest free party is back! Transforming the streets with a free Carnival procession throughout the city centre and a one day World music festival across two parks. The Carnival Procession, 3 - 5pm. Start: Great Pulteney Street. The Free Party in the Park 10am - 10pm. Sydney Gardens.
Wiltshire Music CentreGeneral Museum Collection Tour
The Museum opened its doors way back in July 1985 this talk is run by Jeff Wallwork and is a general tour of the Collection which will include Memory Lane, the American Dream and the Motorcycles. Starting from our Visitor Service Desk located in the Museum foyer. Please sign up on arrival to the Museum. This tour is limited to 20 people and is free with the entry admission. 22nd July. 11.00am. Haynes International Motor Museum, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7LH Details
The Grand Appeal – Gromit Unleashed Trail 2018The Grand Appeal – Gromit Unleashed Trail 2018
Meet Cubby!! We are very excited and proud to be sponsoring and hosting a sculpture as part of The Grand Appeal – Gromit Unleashed Trail 2018! Cubby will be here at the park from Monday July 2nd until September 2nd. We can’t wait for you to meet him! Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, Pixash Lane, Bath Rd, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1TP Details
Roman BathsTorchlit summer evenings
The Roman Baths will be open until 10.00pm every evening from 16 June to 31 August (last entry 9.00pm). By the light of flickering torches, you can walk on 2000 year old pavements, providing a truly magical atmosphere. With its steaming waters and Roman artefacts this is an unforgettable and unique experience. Till 31st August. Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ
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Editor Choice ImageRadstock Museum
Situated at the heart of the former Somerset Coalfield, the Old Market Hall in Radstock town centre displays a Heritage Collection of artefacts and memorabilia from the era of Victorian mining in Somerset. Come and immerse yourself in the life and times of a Somerset Miner and his family. Discover the coal face where he worked, visit the store in which his wife shopped and sit at the desks where his children went to school.
Editor Choice ImageRestaurant reviews
Baths’s most comprehensive restaurant review Web site, you will find all the latest reviews and a great guide to the many eateries in and around our wonderful city which is packed full of restaurants that offer every type of cuisine imaginable. Why not submit a review and let our readers know what you thought of a recent meal.
Editor Choice ImageAvon Valley Steam Railway
Opened in 1869 by the Midland Railway as a through-route between Birmingham and the South Coast the line was later linked to the iconic Somerset & Dorset Railway. Today, some forty years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotive and carriages restored, and the sound of steam can once again be heard along the Avon Valley. With wonderful events all year round. Bitton Railway Station, Bath Road, BS30 6HD
Editor Choice ImageWookey Hole
Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey. Revamped, restored and totally remarkable, the new Wookey Hole Experience is bursting onto the holiday scene in an explosive mix of history, mystery & fun. Wookey Hole, a wonderful & unique Somerset family attraction. Come for a great Somerset day out, or stay longer at The Wookey Hotel.
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