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:
There is another chance to see local film director Christopher Miles' Priest of Love a film about the writer DH Lawrence at BRLSI in Queen Square, Bath on Monday at 7.30pm. The film stars Ian Mckellen, Janet Suzmann, Ava Gardner, Penelope Keith and John Gielgud. Tickets for visitors are £4.
B&NES Council is considering drastically cutting th number of meetings where the public is allowed an imput. Taxpayers can attend the meeting to discuss it all at the Guildhall on Monday at 5.30pm. (See Chronicle letters).
You have until Saturday to see Zenith Youth Theatre's production of George Orwell's Animal Farm at the Mission Theatre, Bath.
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The Theatre Royal's Family Theatre Festival starts this weekend and runs for a couple of weeks. Make a date to take younger members of the family to see some of the good things on offer.
The Bath Centre National Trust lecture takes place on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30pm in the new venue which is the Bath Salvation Army Citadel opposite Green Park Station. The talk is called Bath Stone Quarries and Quarrying and the speaker is Derek Hawkins.
The Bath Amnesty International group recalls the 25th anniversary of a referendum that led to the fall of the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet with an event at the city's Little Theatre. The event on Tuesday includes a showing of the Oscar-nominated film No at 6pm. Tickets are £8.50.
On Saturday join the 7th Bath Cider Festival with The Mangledwurzels at Bath Pavilion.
Get a taste of spring to come on Saturday or Sunday with a visit to the specially opened Lacock Abbey Gardens. Visit the woodland garden with its various flowers and plants. Tickets £5/£2.50.
On Sunday join the Chinese Lion Dance for the Year of the Snake at Green Park Station, Bath. There will also be lots of stallholders selling vintage and handmade gifts at the Bath Artisan Market.
You can listen to the Waites of Gloucester in concert tonight in an event that includes English, French and Spanish chansons and dances from the 17th century. It's at 7.30pm at the Natural Theatre Company, Widcombe Hill, Widcombe, Bath. Tickets cost £6 on the door.