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:
You have the chance this week to go and see Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap which holds the record for being the show with the longest continuous run anywhere in the world. You can see what all the fuss is about at the Theatre Royal, Bath. A word of warning though: you are asked not to tell anyone who done it.
There is one of the giant flea and collectors' markets at Bath and West Showground on Sunday with hundreds of stalls inside and out. It is on from 9.30am to 4pm. If you are in the mood of antiquing there is also an antiques and flea market on Saturday at St Margaret's Hall Bradford on Avon from 9am.
There is to be a new open café at the Raven in Bath on the fourth Monday of every month from 8pm. It is open to anyone and everyone wishing to engage with ideas. The first talk will be The times They Are A-Changin: Euroscepticism as a persistent phenomenon by Nicholas starting this Monday.
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Tomorrow you can listen to pianist Andrei Gavrilov playing Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet in the Banqueting Room at the Guildhall, Bath at 7.30pm. Tickets are on 01225 463362.
On Saturday Bath Rugby Girls are holding an Open Day. The session will run from 11am to 2pm and is open to girls aged 12 to 18 years old. It takes place at the Lambridge Training Ground, Bath.
On Saturday and Sunday the Bath Cats and Dogs Home is holding a big bring and buy sale with books, bric-a-brac, clothes and shoes, pet products, jewellery and accessories, furnishings and homewares and curios. Go along to the home at Claverton Down on either day from 11am to 4pm.
On Monday the Bath Family History Society is holding a meeting called How to learn Local History from Maps with Veronica Bowerman. It is at 7.30pm at BRLSI in Queen Square, Bath
On Sunday there is plenty of music to listen to at the Holburne Museum in Bath. From 1pm to 2pm lutenist Matthew Spring will be performing in the exhibition gallery. He will be performing again in the Sunday Teatime Concert with Sara Stowe on harpsichord at 4pm. Tickets cost £5.
You have a chance to see Silly songs of Shakespeare at the Rondo Theatre, Bath on January 31 before it sets off on a major tour. The show is full of fun and music and was originally commissioned by the Theatre Royal Bath.
On Sunday you can hear Wells Cathedral School Big Band at Conygre Hall, Timsbury from 1.30pm to 3.45pm. Tickets are £10 on 01761 471245.