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Theatre RoyalUncle Vanya
Rupert Everett returns to Bath with one of Chekhov’s great theatrical masterpieces which he will also be directing in a new version especially commissioned by Theatre Royal Bath from leading playwright and screenwriter, David Hare. With sparkling humour and unflinching humanity, Chekhov spins a playful story of unrequited love, loss and misplaced dreams. 18th July - 3rd August Theatre Royal, Bath, BA1 1ET.
 
Bath _on the BeachBath on the Beach
Beach volleyball, fun games, summer cocktails, fresh Mexican food, delicious ice cream and loads of space to chill out. Bath on the Beach is free to enter and will be returning to Bath 14th June. Come on down and enjoy life Caribbean-style! 14th June - 14th August. Royal Victoria Park, Bath BA1 2NR
 
Ronda TheatreRising Damp
When student Alan moves into an attic flat, he does not expect to find it already inhabited by someone else. The Mysterious Phillip claims to be the son of an African chief with ten wives waiting for him back home, but his presence is the least of Alan’s worries. He also has to contend with a hole in the floor, water running down the walls and sinister landlord Rigsby, who has designs on Miss Jones downstairs, who herself has developed a passion for Phillip. 17th - 20th July. 7.30pm Rondo Theatre St. Saviours Road, Bath, BA1 6RT
 
Chapel ArtsStrawbs 50 Years on
The Acoustic Strawbs of the 21st century consist of the founder, constant guiding force, originator and lead vocalist Dave Cousins, described by Rolling Stone Magazine as the best Dylan influenced songwriter to come out of the UK. Alongside him longtime band members lead guitarist Dave Lambert and the astonishingly versatile Chas Cronk, who together formed the front line of the classic 1970s Strawbs. 27th July, 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm) Chapel Arts, St. James’s Memorial Hall - Lower Borough Walls - Bath - BA1 1QR
 
Mission TheatreTangleTree
Back by popular demand! Following JDJB and TLBB Productions’ visit to snowy Bath earlier this year, we are delighted to welcome this talented company with its compelling play back to The Mission Theatre, hopefully in sunnier conditions! TangleTree will resonate with anyone who has loved and triumphed, raged or even despaired at life’s challenges. This play is inspired by real life experiences, people who have told us their stories. To them we offer our grateful thanks... 20th July. The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street Bath BA1 1UF
 

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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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