Fringe Arts Bath & Ignite uBath are proud to bring you a showcase of Artist and Researcher collaborations. Free exhibition open 12noon to 5.30pm daily.
Enjoy the Moscow City Ballet - The Nutcracker. Music by Tchaikovsky
Join us for the Private View: meet the Artists and the Researchers with a screening of the Artists' films, talks and Q&A sessions.
Kicking off Mr B’s 2015 literary events is a debut author hotly tipped to be one of this year’s big rising stars. Emma Hooper’s first novel “Etta and Otto and Russell and James” is a love story that stretches across time and war. One morning, Otto wakes to find a note from his 82-year-old wife informing him that she has embarked on an epic walk through the Canadian wilderness in order to fulfil her lifelong dream of seeing the sea. Otto’s only comfort comes from Etta’s promise that she “will try to remember to come back”. Concerned by her ambitious journey Otto’s best friend Russell, who has long been in love with Etta, heads off in pursuit of this woman on a mission. You can read Danielle’s review of the book here: http://www.mrbsemporium.com/index.php/books/9780241003329/etta_and_otto_and_russell_and_james.
A Handful of Singers Mozart Requiem Saturday 7th February
The Pancake Race is back! A pancake day relay race in the centre of Bath, not only for your entertainment, but also to raise funds for the deserving charity, Food Cycle. Shrove Tuesday on Kingston Parade, next to Bath Abbey.
The Bath Bachfest will take place 19-21 February 2015. The Bath Bachfest is an inspiring and enjoyable series of performances of Baroque music of the highest quality.
Learn how to condition your flowers and then tie them for placing into a vase.
The Independent Bath Literature Festival 2015 runs from Friday 27th February - Sunday 8th March
The Bath Half will this year take place on 1st March 2015