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:
If you like to watch big screen TV sport with others The Assembly Inn in Alfred Street, Bath is showing the Bath v Gloucester event tonight live on ESPN at 7.30pm.
The first Bath Girls Rugby Open Day was such a success that they are holding another one and possibly going to make them a regular feature of sporting life in the city. The session is being held on Saturday, from 11am to 2pm, at Lambridge Training Ground.
On Sunday more than 10,000 people will run the Bath Half Marathan and thousands more will line the streets to cheer them on. Check out the route on www.thisisbath.co.uk/bathhalfmarathon and join them for great celebration of all that is good in Bath.
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The Rastafari Council of Britain is giving a public lecture at Bath Spa University on Wednesday evening. The lecture is followed at 10pm until 3am by a roots reggae dance at the Banglo nightclub on Lower Bristol Road, Bath.
Don't forget to pick up a Bath Lit Fest brochure and book to see some of the people and hear some of the debates that will be taking place over the next ten days.
Join members of Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society at the Theatre Royal next week for their performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado.
If you are in Bath on Sunday pop along to Green Park where there is a Bells and Whistles Spring Market with lots of unique gifts. It is on from 10am to 4pm.
A sale of children's designer clothing takes place on Saturday from 10am to 4pm at Claverton Down Community Hall at the top of Widcombe Hill. Up for grabs will be samples, prototypes and end of season pieces. Entry is £2.
On Monday and then on the first Monday of every month there will be a men's rights meeting at Pratts Hotel, South Parade, Bath. It starts at 7.30pm
The Bath Literature Festival has started with an all-star line-up coming to the city over the next 10 days. You can catch Harry Potter author JK Rowling and double Booker Prize winner Hilary Mantel whose recent scathing comments about the Duchess of Cambridge caused a storm.