10 things to do in Bath in the coming week
At a loose end during the week ahead? Here’s our at-a-glance guide to ten things to do in Bath during the coming week:
Feel-good comedy favourite Stephen K Amon is bringing his Laughter Is My Agenda show to Komedia at 8pm on Tuesday. Stephen also has a new book out called I Used to Say My Mother Was Shirley Bassey.
Don’t forget to book tickets for an evening with comedian David Mitchell at the Assembly Rooms, Bath on Tuesday evening. He is the last act in the new Topping Autumn Book Festival.
There is the chance to hear one of the best choirs around and see inside one of Bath’s most beautiful and unusual churches on Saturday when the Paragon Singers perform Singet dem Herrn with music by Bach, Part, Byrd and Whitacre. the concert is at 7.30pmat St Alphege Church, Oldfield Park, Bath
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Hull Truck are still one of the country’s great theatre companies and next Wednesday will be bringing their version of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde to the Rondo Theatre, Bath.
There are still a few tickets left to listen to James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore who appears at the Theatre Royal next Friday, October 19. Make a note to grab one – they are £20 – before they all go. He is there at 2.30pm so you will need to be free that afternoon
Join a search for weeds in Royal Victoria Park, Bath on Saturday with a team from BRLSI in Queen Square Bath. It’s a fun but also a serious study of plants for interested youngsters. It involves a three hour hands on workshop both in and out of the BRLSI. It costs £2 per child to cover the cost of materials.
The Holburne Museum is holding a free drop-in family Big Draw event on Sunday from noon to 4pm. Go along a draw a timeline around the museum for this Empire Strikes Bath event.
Next Thursday the distinguished British astrophysicist Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell will be giving the 11th Wroughton Lecture in the theatre at King Edward’s School Bath. The title of the lecture is From Star to Star: the Story of Gold. Tickets for the lecture are by minimum donation of £7.50 for an adult and £3.50 for a pupil. Book with the school on 01225 820357.
Next Friday the Bath Beer Festival Opens at the Pavilion where you have the chance to try more than 80 different beers, ciders and perrys. Tickets are £7 in advance.
Following their recent successes Bath Rugby Ladies can be seen at home this Sunday when they hope to build on last weekend’s momentum when they welcome Saracens II to Lambridge with a 2.30pm start.