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Theatre RoyalCaroline’s Kitchen
Caroline Mortimer is the nation’s favourite TV cook. In the glow of the studio lights, she has it all – a sparkling career, a big house, a (golf ) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy. But when the camera turns off the truth comes out and when an unexpected guest disrupts a night of celebration there is more to spill than the wine… Welcome to Caroline’s Kitchen. 25th - 30th March. Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET.
 
 Rondo TheatrePlayhouse Creatures
A hilarious and shocking romp through theatrical history, as the Rondo becomes a seventeenth century theatre for a moving and funny play which shows that the exploitation of women in entertainment is nothing new. This is the story of the first professional actresses to appear on the English stage, at the command of a monarch with an eye for a pretty girl. With historical characters such as Nell Gwyn and the Earl of Rochester, follow their stories of success and tragedy, and see how female performers have been fighting to be taken seriously as actors with spirit and humour since the earliest days. 27th March 7:30pm. Rondo Theatre St. Saviours Road, Bath, BA1 6RT
 
Chapel ArtsKathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman
Duos come and duos go… And some nurture and fine tune their art and watch it grow into something totally original, captivating and award-winning. Bonded by an unseen alchemy, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman have entwined their professional and personal relationship into an enviable class act of imaginative songwriting and musicianship. BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for Best Duo – 2016 & 2013. 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm) Chapel Arts, St. James’s Memorial Hall - Lower Borough Walls - Bath - BA1 1QR
 
Cheddar GorgeMums Go Free
If you want to do something a little different this Mother’s Day make sure you visit the spectacular Cheddar Gorge and Caves. A day out at one of Britain’s most iconic landmarks is going to be a real hit with any nature lover. It’s going to be extra special knowing Mum’s ticket was free! 30th - 31st March Cheddar Caves are at the bottom (south west) of Cheddar Gorge. BS27 3QF Details
 
Mission TheatrePlenty
Written in 1975, and spanning the period between 1943 and 1962, Plenty tells of Susan Traherne’s journey from the idealism and intensity of life as a teenage resistance courier in Nazi-occupied France, to a stultifying post-war marriage, disillusion and mental decline. But it is also a scathing, satirical judgement on hopes betrayed and the decline of Britain in the decades after the Second World War. 26th - 30th March. 7.30pm. The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street Bath BA1 1UF
 
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Editor Choice ImageFunderworld
Funderworld is set to return to Bristol in time for the Easter Holidays, bringing with it plenty of rides for families and thrill seekers alike. From Friday 5th April, Durdham Downs will be packed full with all the fun of the fair, and this year, there are plenty of new rides for people to explore. As well as the classic ghost trains, dodgems, and waltzers, there will be new and exhilarating rides to keep people entertained. 5th - 28th April.
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.
Editor Choice ImageThe Secretary Magazine
The Secretary Magazine is a free quarterly magazine and website for Managing Directors Secretaries, Office Managers and PA’s, dealing with the many issues and opportunities that may affect your business, from conference, training, hospitality, corporate dining, HR, team building and much more.
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
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