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:
Make a note to visit the American Museum in Bath to see the new Gangsters and Gunslingers exhibition which runs throughout the year.
There is a revival next week of the fabulous comedy Noises Off which opens its new UK tour here in Bath. You can see it from next Wednesday at the Theatre Royal.
On Monday Deborah Moggach (pictured) who wrote The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, from which the hit film with Maggie Smith was made, is at Toppings in Bath to talk about her new book Heartbreak Hotel at 8pm.
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On Saturday there is a fundraising concert with Cappella Nova in aid of the charity Many Hopes at the Friends Meeting house, York Street, Bath at 7.30pm.
On Tuesday Bath photographer and historian Dan Brown and John Branston will be launching their new book Bath: Then and Now at Waterstone's in Milsom Street at 6pm.
On Saturday Bath Philharmonia is joined by Claire Jones, harpist for a 7.30pm concert at St Swithins Church, Walcot, Bath.
This Sunday sees the first of this year's giant car boot sales at Castle Combe. Admission is from 9am for a charity donation of 50p for buyers.
The Rondo Theatre Company is performing Mammals, a play about a marriage in crisis, at the Rondo Theatre Bath from next Wednesday.
Second Face Theatre Company start their south west tour of The Devil at Midnight at the Rondo Theatre, Bath on Friday and Saturday at 8pm. The play by Brian Clemens is a that looks behind the social care system.
Tonight (21st) there is a special Worldwise Quiz for geography students from the B&NES area organised by the Geography Association BRLSI, Queen Square, Bath from 6pm to 9pm.