Visit Bath’s Assembly Rooms today and you might just bump into Captain Wade – the ‘Master of Ceremonies’ who organised events at this historic centre of entertainment.
There’s an opportunity to have a go at Georgian dancing, listen to 18th century music and join your kids in craft activities or dressing up.
It’s all part of the way in which the Rooms will be helping to celebrate World Heritage Day and Bath’s World Heritage status.
Every year the city celebrates World Heritage Day with an event themed around the ‘Outstanding Universal Vale’ for which Bath was inscribed back in 1987.
This year’s theme is the Georgian social legacy. English society changed radically in the 18th century and Bath was at the forefront of shaping the change.
The Cleveland Pools Trust – working hard to bring about the restoration of Britain’s last remaining Georgian-built open air lido – will be amongst those exhibiting in the Great Octagon Room. Pretty easy to spot too as two of them are dressing up in Victorian bathing costumes!
Log onto www.bathworldheritage.org.uk/events for more information on what’s happening and when. There is also information on other events coming up later in the year.