10 things to do in Bath this weekend and 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:
Master of camp Julian Clary is at the Theatre Royal, Bath, on Sunday night. This week there were only a few restricted view seats left but on Sunday you can buy standing room only seats. But you need to be quick.
Watch fireworks on the Rec on Saturday night or watch them from the best viewpoint in Bath up at Bath City Farm in Kelston View. There they are having a massive bonfire, BBQ and hot drinks available, 7 to 9pm.
On Sunday for Children In Need the Bath Practice in Monmouth Street are offering half -price treatments with all money going to charity. Osteopathy, massage, Alexander technique and hypnotherapy (relaxation and stop smoking) are on offer. Tel 01225 427835 for an appointment.
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A good place to think of Christmas presents might be Articulate! Arts & Crafts Group Craft Fair being held this Sunday at Hillside Hall, Hillside Road, Moorfields in Oldfield Park, Bath. On offer will be a wide range of high quality handcrafted items made by local people, homemade cakes and refreshments available, 10am-4pm. Entry is free.
On Wednesday the Bath Lifeboat Fair is being held with more than 33 stalls, teas, coffees and lunches available from 10am-5pm at Monkton Prep School, Bath. Entrance is £5 and all money goes to the RNLI.
There is an exhibition of work of the charity Freedom from Torture about the work they do in the rehabilitation of individuals from all over the world who have suffered the physical and mental trauma of torture, at St Michael's Church Hall, Bath from next Wednesday.
Join the 44AD Artspace in Lower Borough Walls for their open studios this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. You can meet the artists that work there and talk about their work.
If you are interested in cricket go along for the AGM of the Somerset County Cricket Club on Tuesday at 7.30pm at the Lansdown Cricket Club at Combe Park. You don't need to be a member just go along.
With Bath City about to embark on a month of away trips, why not take the final chance to see Lee Howells' improving team in action at Mayday Trust Park until December when they play host to Farnborough on Saturday (3pm)?