10 things to do in Bath in the run up to Christmas
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:
Sing your heart out for 45 minutes at Candlelit Carols in the Circus, Bath tomorrow night at 7pm with the Salvation Army band. Take a candle or a lantern if you can.
Take the whole family to Bath's fabulous pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Theatre Royal and or the family show Heidi: A Goat's Tale at the egg theatre. Photo shows Laura Clements as Snow White.
Get a bit of fresh air on the City to Countryside Walk on Saturday. it covers the six mile Bath Skyline walk. It meets at 10am outside Bath Abbey. It takes several hours so you need to take a packed lunch.
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Celebrate Christmas at Bath Abbey on Christmas Eve with Carol Praise at 4pm, Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at 7pm or Midnight Communion at 11.15pm. On Christmas Day there is Christmas Communion at 8am, Family Christmas Communion at 9.30am and Sung Eucharist at 11.15am.
The Christmas story is being told in contemporary style in A Nativity at St Swithin's Church, Bath from today until Saturday at 8pm with a 4pm performance on Saturday.
Bath Unity Players are staging their annual family panto at Kingswood School until Sunday. Jack and the Beanstalk is just the thing to get you in the Christmas spirit.
Bath City Church is having its Love Came Down event at the Forum on Sunday at 6.30pm. It is free and there will be extracts from a new children's musical plus carols and other festive entertainment.
Tomorrow Bath Film Society is showing Midnight in Paris at 7.45pm at the BRLSI building in Queen Square, Bath. Now is the time to join the society.
If you enjoyed the book Life of Pi which came out more than a decade ago you will enjoy the film which is now showing in Bath. A great Christmas and New Year treat for the whole family.
The next few days would be the perfect time to go and see the spectacular Light Labyrinth at Bath's Holburne Museum at the bottom of Great Pulteney Street which is open from 4pm to 6pm until January 9. This is an installation by light artist Martin Richman in the garden of the museum. Please note though that the display is closed between December 24 to 26 December and on January 1.