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:
Join the Mozartfest team for the grand closing night event on Saturday when the London Philharmonic Orchestra plays at the Forum.
Four years ago Mark Simon-Hewis attend a Bath Film Fest workshop. On Saturday he is back in the city with his own film 8 Minutes Idle (pictured) at the Little Theatre.
Buy a ticket to hear Bath Light Operatic Group's production of The Sound of Music at the Theatre Royal which runs from Tuesday to Saturday.
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On Sunday they are holding another of the Bath Flea Market at Lansdown Racecourse with up to 250 stalls and thousands of antiques of all sorts.
Cat lovers might like to go along to the BRLSI in queen Square next Friday, November 23 to listen to Dr Andrew Kitchener talk about cats, their origin, evolution and domestication. The talk is in Queen Square, Bath at 7.30pm.
And today for dog lovers there is a Dog Lovers' Day Out With James Wellbeloved from 10am-3.30pm at Ston Easton Park Hotel, near Bath. The cost of the day is £49 but there will be information about a healthy diet for dogs, feeding myths and how your dog's nutritional needs change with age. Book on 01761 241631
You can hear the famous fortepiano made by Johann Schantz – one of only four that have survived – at the Holburne Museum Bath on Tuesday when it is played by Ian Peter Bugeja who is giving a concert with his fellow musicians. They will be playing two Haydn piano trios and piano variations. Tickets are £5 from the museum.
Bathampton Art Group is holding its winter exhibition at Bathampton Village Hall, Holcombe Lane on Saturday between 10am and 4.30pm. Entry is free. Lots of Christmas present ideas.
On Tuesday there is coffee, mince pies and Christmas stalls from 10.30am to noon at St Michael's Church Crypt, Bath in aid of Children's Hospice South West. Entrance is £1.
Next Thursday evening sees the official opening of Bath's ever popular Christmas Market.