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More details - Hazelbury Manor Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
The C15 Manor house comes into view as you descend along the drive and into the Grade II landscaped Edwardian gardens. The extensive plantings that surround the house are undergoing considerable redevelopment by the owners and their Head Gardener.
Hazelbury Manor Gardens, Corsham
Sun 2 Jun 19

More details - Plant Sale / Coffee morning
Sale of mostly young plants for your garden, hanging baskets or allotment. Hot & cold refreshments, to include bacon rolls and cake! Raffle to win a planted container; designer jewellery also on sale. At Bathampton Village Hall, Holcombe Lane, Bathampton. Donations of plants may be left outside the hall 8.30 - 9.
Bathampton Village Hall, Holcombe Lane, Bathampton
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - American Museum & Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
The American Museum & Gardens takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the C20 with its remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts. The New American Garden follows a free form planting style featuring many native American plants.
American Museum & Gardens, Bath
Sat 1 Jun 19

More details - Fiddlesticks NorthWest Clog Dancers and Musicians May Tour 2019
Fiddlesticks NorthWest Clog Dancers and Musicians from Norfolk will be touring various locations around Wiltshire over the May Bank Holiday.
Great Chalfield Manor near Melksham
Sun 26 May 19

More details - Family Takeover: Summer Sessions
Join artist educator Victoria Willmott for a series of fun and informal creative activities that explore our current exhibition or special themes. Family Takeovers happen during advertised dates (see below) and are particularly suitable for children aged 4-12 years.
Andrew Brownsword Gallery, The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath
Sat 25 May, Sat 8 Jun, Sat 6 Jul, Sat 20 Jul

More details - Family Takeover
Join artist educator Victoria Willmott for a series of fun and informal creative activities that explore our current exhibition or special themes. Family Takeovers happen during advertised dates (see below) and are particularly suitable for children aged 4-12 years.
The Edge University of Bath Claverton Down Bath
Sat 25 May, Sat 8 Jun, Sat 6 Jul, Sat 20 Jul

More details - Woolley Grange Hotel - Open Garden for NGS
Beautiful 14 acre garden with mixed borders, pond, orchard and wildlife garden. The Victorian walled garden has been restored and is fully productive, and a gang of Indian runner ducks roam free keeping the slugs at bay. Lots to do for the children incl White Witch’s House and Woolley Sheep Trail.
Woolley Grange Hotel, Bradford-on-Avon
Wed 29 May 19 to Fri 31 May

More details - Fiddlesticks NorthWest Clog Dancers and Musicians May Tour 2019
Fiddlesticks NorthWest Clog Dancers and Musicians from Norfolk will be touring various locations around Wiltshire over the May Bank Holiday. Joined by Holt Morris.
Lamb Yard, Bradford-On-Avon
Sat 25 May 19

More details - The Courts Garden - The HandleBards present 'Much Ado About Nothing'
A fast-paced, family-friendly, bike-powered version of one of Shakespeare’s best-loved comedies is promised in the beautiful surrounds of The Courts Garden as travelling players, the Handlebards make a welcome return.
The Courts Garden, Holt, near Bradford-on-Avon,
Tue 18 Jun 19

More details - The Bath Festival-PENGUIN CAFE
Bringing together musicians from bands like Suede, Gorillaz and Florence + The Machine, Penguin Cafe is a melting pot of influences and serious talent.
Bath Pavilion
Fri 24 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival-ISATA KANNEH-MASON
Clara Schumann Piano Sonata Chopin 24 Preludes Op 28 The oldest member of the famous Kanneh-Mason family, Isata, performs the first of two concerts championing the music of Robert Schumann’s wife Clara.
St Swithin’s Church
Today

More details - The Bath Festival-MICHAEL TIPPETT IN WORDS AND MUSIC
Michael Tippett was a towering figure in 20th century British music. Artistic director of The Bath Festival from 1969 to 1974 some of his music was premiered here. Oliver Soden has written the first Tippett biography.
St Swithin’s Church
Thu 23 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival- BENJAMIN BAKER, VIOLIN
Beethoven Violin Sonata No.10 in G, Op.96 Schumann Violin Sonata No.2 in D minor, Op.
St Swithin’s Church
Thu 23 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival- DANIEL LEBHARDT, PIANO
Beethoven Piano Sonata in A, Op.2 No.2 Bartok Out of Doors Brahms Klavierstücke, Op.
St Swithin’s Church
Fri 24 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival-BEN GOLDSCHEIDER, HORN RECITAL
Beethoven Horn Sonata Schumann Three Romances and works by Rachmaninov and Bozza, and a new work by Palomar.
St Swithin’s Church
Sat 25 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival-FAMILY ARTS DAY
Get creative with us in Parade Gardens! This year we are celebrating craft and making, joining together with our friends from BathIRON and The Holburne Museum to bring you even more exciting activities to try.
Parade Gardens
Sun 26 May 19

More details - The Bath Festival-FIREFOLK 2019
Join us in Parade Gardens for a fresh line-up of talented local folk bands to celebrate the installation of the BathIRON bandstand balustrade – a beautiful sculptural piece which was hand-forged by teams of blacksmiths from all over the UK during BathIRON Festival in June 2018.
Parade Gardens
Sun 26 May 19

More details - FireFOLK
A fresh line-up of 5 talented local FOLK bands, to celebrate the installation of the BathIRON bandstand balustrade - a beautiful sculptural piece which was hand-forged by teams of blacksmiths from all over the UK during BathIRON Festival in June 2018.
Parade Gardens, Grand Parade, Bath
Sun 26 May 19

More details - SparkFest brings five weeks of creative performances to Bath
Kicking off this May, Bath Spa University will be hosting SparkFest, a five-week programme of innovative performances from undergraduate students. SparkFest, now in its second year, will bring together 100 performances across eight venues throughout the city.
2 Terrace Walk
Sat 15 Jun

More details - The Bath Festival-SIMON ARMITAGE
Written over the course of several years for a variety of projects, commissions, collaborations and events, the acclaimed poet presents Sandettie Light Vessel Automatic, an astonishing body of work which represents the nature and scale of his work. He talks to James Long.
Assembly Rooms
Today

More details - The Bath Festival-THE STATE OF EDUCATION
Is the current UK education system fit and fair for purpose? For an in-depth look at what’s happening in our schools join writer and campaigner Melissa Benn (Life Lessons: The Case for a National Education Service), social historian David Kynaston (Engines of Privilege: Britain’s Private School Problem) and education...
Assembly Rooms
Today

More details - The Bath Festival-JANE GLOVER ON HANDEL
The acclaimed conductor and regular at the BBC Proms tells Handel’s story. Following his arrival into London in 1712 he spent the next four decades at the heart of London’s music scene composing masterpiece after masterpiece, culminating, of course, in Messiah.
Assembly Rooms
Today

More details - The Bath Festival-HOW THE WORLD THINKS
Acclaimed philosopher and author Julian Baggini presents his latest book, a superb tour though world philosophies including Japanese, Indian and Chinese.
Assembly Rooms
Today

More details - The Bath Festival-THE FORAGER’S CALENDAR
Along hedgerows, pathways and at the beach, you will find many wild ingredients that can be used to inspire delicious meals. John Wright, forager at River Cottage, shows us what you can find and where and how to identify them
Assembly Rooms
Today

More details - The Bath Festival- ROGER ENO
A multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer, known for his minimal approach, Roger Eno crafts an ambient sound rooted in classical music.
Assembly Rooms
Today

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