10 things to do in and around 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:
Go along to the Bath Charities Fair at the Guildhall on Saturday, from 11am to 3pm, where you can start your Christmas shopping and supports lots of local charities at the same time.
Buy a ticket to See Matthew Horne in Brandon Thomas' classic farce Charley's Aunt at the Theatre Royal Bath next week.
Make a note to buy tickets for this year's Bath Film Festival which opens next Wednesday with dozens of well-known and not so well-known films.
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Tonight Bath City FC has a boxing event at 7.30pm including eight fights, one EBO title fight and live music. Tickets will be available on the door. This is the fourth EBO boxing event Bath City have run in the past 18 months and the events are always a big success.
A new event at Green Park Station in Bath this Sunday is the Early Bird Christmas Market. Lots of stalls selling food and things to buy for Christmas.
Combe Down Art Group members have been busy this week preparing for Saturday's annual art exhibition and sale. Inspiration for the show has been provided by Arnold Lowry's recent watercolour demonstration. The sale in the Church Rooms (opposite the Co-op) is from 10am to 4pm and the theme this year is Combe Down so you will find many paintings of the village. Member Paul Workman will be giving demonstrations and will be judging the best works. Admission is free.
There was great excitement when cranes were introduced on to the Somerset Levels recently. On tonight Amy King will be giving a talk Cranes: a brighter future for Somerset's Wetlands at 7.30pm in The Baptist Church Hall, High Street, Keynsham. Tickets are adults £2.50/children £1.
On Tuesday there is another of the Bath Vintage and Antique Trade Fair at Green Park Station. Around 40 stalls selling unusual and unique pieces from 9.30am-3pm.
Remember that Sunday is Remembrance Sunday and whatever you are doing stop for reflection at exactly 11am.
The Mozartfest starts this weekend. The lunchtime concerts are a great way to relax for a while. They start at 1pm at the Guildhall, Bath.