10 things for you to do in Bath this weekend
Here’s our at-a-glance guide to ten things to do in Bath this weekend.
On Saturday, as part of the national campaign Get Online Week, the Community@67 online centre at Keynsham will be open so that people can learn more about using computers and the internet. The centre at 67 Queen’s Road will be open from 11am to 2pm for people to have a free look.
The stars of the culinary world come to Bath for a two-day programme of demos and book signings for The Great Bath Feast Chefs’ Theatre in Milsom Place on Friday and Saturday. Lots to see and hear but don’t miss Philip Howard head chef and co owner of The Square in London’s Mayfair.
On Saturday the Bath Oxjam Takeover team are hosting a music festival that brings together the talents of Bath’s local bands and artists, to help fight global poverty. Starting at 3pm at Moles Café it runs until 3am at some of Bath’s top music venues which include Moles, The Porter Bar, Revolution Bar, Baroque and Ye Olde Farmhouse.
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Former Bath mayor Bryan Chalker is one of the guests at Bath Food Cycle’s Soul Food event at Green Park Tavern on Friday night from 7pm until 3am. Tickets £5.
Folk music legend Julie Felix, who was part of the 1960s folk movement along with Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and Tom Paxton, gives a concert at the Rondo Theatre Bath on Saturday at 8pm.
If you are thirsty this weekend then the Bath Pavilion Beer Festival is the place to be. It has three sessions over two days – Friday from 7.30pm to 11pm and on Saturday from 11am to 4pm and 7.30pm to 11pm.
Friday is Ted’s Big Day Out or Fluorescent Friday with masses of popular fundraising events for The Forever Friends Appeal Charity. Have a look at www.tedsbigdayout.co.uk or call 01225 825825.
On Saturday evening there is another Star Party in Royal Victoria Park in front of Royal Crescent from 8pm. Wilts astronomers have their telescopes and will be giving visitors the chance to view the night sky. It is free of charge.
Make a date to attend one of the events at this weekend’s Corsham Festival.
The smash-hit comedy, Untouchable (15), that took France by storm last year finally hits screen in this country. Confined to a wheelchair after a paragliding accident, depressed millionaire Philippe takes on the free-spirited Driss to be his minder, little knowing that the brash outsider will give him a new lease of life. See Untouchable at the Little Theatre Cinema.