Lord Adonis in Bath.

Lord Andrew Adonis – one of the sharpest critics of Brexit – was in the city today where he was a keynote speaker as part of the annual Bath Festival.     He has been touring the country and spoke this Saturday morning at The Forum in Bath.       Afterwards, he went down […]

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Just the ticket!

Bath Recreation Limited (BathRec) kindly let me know they had ‘tweeted’ a picture – on Twitter – of the refurbished wooden ticket boxes at the entrance to the Recreation Ground in William Street. I took a shot of the freshly painted structures – which date from around the opening of the ground in 1894 – […]

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Let us entertain you!

There’s nothing new about ensuring visitors to Bath are duly entertained – especially if they’ve come to ‘take the waters’ and came during a historical period when visiting meant not a couple of days but anything from three weeks to three months. A new exhibition at the city’s Victoria Art Gallery is based around the […]

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Tears for Fears to play Bath next May.

Bath Festival is marking its 70th anniversary next year with two days of pop concerts at the Recreation Ground featuring Tears for Fears and Alison Moyet – with more acts to be announced. On the Tears for Fears website, band members Roland Orzabel and Curt Smith have released a statement: ‘ (We’re) pleased to announce […]

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Oh, what a night!

The fine and dry weather certainly helped, but it was the sheer talent and enthusiasm of those taking part in this year’s free Bath Festival  ‘Jump In – Party in the City’  that got the opening night celebrations off to such a great start. The ten day event is always launched by holding Bath’s biggest […]

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Bath Festival hits the right note.

Bath BID is working with city businesses to dress Milsom Street as part of its support for the forthcoming Bath Festival which takes place 19th – 28th May. Visitors and people working in the area will already have noticed musical notes spanning the street which will remain in place for the duration of the Festival. […]

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