Ten Things to do in Bath September 28 - October 3
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:
1. Make a date with a younger member of the family and take them to one of the events at this year's Bath Festival of Children's Literature which opens tomorrow.
2.Visit the Bath Book Fair
at the Assembly Rooms either on Saturday or Sunday where thousands of books on all topics will be on sale. It costs £2 to get in but if you go along to the second hand bookshop in Margaret's Buildings today or tomorrow you might be able to pick up a free ticket.
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3.Film fans could check out the new Pop up cinema which runs on a bi-monthly basis at the Assembly Inn in Bath. On Sunday they will be showing the film Catfish.
4.On Saturday Transition Bath is holding a free wheat-stomping, bread baking autumn together at the Bath Organic Garden next to the playground in Royal Victoria Park. Everyone is welcome to go to the wheat-stomping, pizza making, fire oven baking autumn get together between 3pm and 6pm.
5. The Widcombe Social Club is closing for redevelopment and on Sunday there is a farewell party and auction. Viewing is at 6pm for a 7.30pm auction. If there is anything you want to take from the club you can make an offer. Don Foster is the auctioneer and entry to the whole thing is free.
6. It is the last Sunday in the month so it is Bath Vintage & Antique Market at Green Park this Sunday. There will be about 60 market stalls selling all kinds of things from about 9.30am to 4pm. Green Park Station, Bath.
8. Top novelist Iain M Banks who first made a name for himself back in the early 1980s with his book The Wasp Factory can be seen and heard at Toppings bookshop in The Paragon next Thursday at 8pm. Iain will be promoting his new book The Hydrogen Sonata.
9. You get two experiences for the price of one on Tuesday when best selling novelist Patrick Gale teams up with The Bookshop Band for an event at the Wiltshire Music Centre at 8pm. Tickets cost £12/£9/£6.
10. Tonight top violinist Nicola Benedetti will be in concert with Bath Philharmonia at The Forum. She will be playing the Brahms Violin Concerto plus there will be music by Wagner and the Sibelius Symphony No 2. Tickets range from £28 down to £10.
Everyone is tipping the new French film Untouchable for an Oscar or two. Make a date this week to find out what all the fuss is about.