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Events and Attractions Around Box

Today to Sun 13 Oct, closest first.    

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
Wed 25 Sep 19

More details - The Dogs of War / Shakespeare Live
England finds itself at war: the two royal families that rule the country find themselves in conflict; petty dynastic squabbles plunge the country into bloodshed. The population finds themselves torn between the two sides. At home the families wonder if they will ever see their loved ones again.
Pound Arts Centre, Corsham
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Peacock Arts Trail
Enjoy a great day out and discover the work of over 80 talented artists and crafters on this vibrant, free, open studios event. There’s a colourful rainbow of different media and approaches, with something to please all tastes.
Corsham, Chippenham, Box and surrounding villages.
Sat 5 Oct 19 to Sun 13 Oct

More details - Westwood Manor
National Trust property: Westwood Manor - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Westwood, near Bradford-on-Avon,

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 every fortnight during advertised dates (see below) and are particularly suitable for children aged 4-12 years.
The Edge University of Bath Claverton Down Bath
Sat 28 Sep, Sat 12 Oct, Sat 26 Oct, Sat 9 Nov, Sat 23 Nov

More details - Family Takeover: Autumn Sessions
Join us for a series of fun workshops taking inspiration from our current exhibition. Perfect for 4-12 year olds and their parents to drop in for ten minutes or stay an hour.
Andrew Brownsword Gallery, The Edge, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath
Sat 28 Sep, Sat 12 Oct, Sat 26 Oct, Sat 9 Nov, Sat 23 Nov

More details - Things I know to be True / Bath Drama
A contemporary drama Bob and Fran have worked hard to give their children the opportunities they never had. Now they feel ready to sit back and relax, But things are never so simple, and as shattering truths are revealed, we wonder if it’s possible to love too much .... www.bathdrama.com
Rondo Theatre, Bath
Wed 2 Oct 19 to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Private Collection A Talk by Anja Townrow
Anja Townrow is an accomplished quilter who uses bright colours, bold curves and sharp points to give her quilts a distinctive look. She will be giving a talk entitled Private Collection.
Broughton Gifford Village Hall, The Street , Broughton Gifford
Mon 16 Sep 19

More details - 1500 year of Wallington Hall
Heritage Open Day: Inside Wallington Hall is the beautiful Bradford on Avon Millennium Embroidery. Witness how this idea was magnificently transformed into the Embroidery in front of you. On Sunday 22nd the Freemasons will proudly open their Lodge and answer questions.
Wallington Hall, Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon
Thu 19 Sep 19 to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Grow your business with Google Analytics (Beginner)
This Google Analytics workshop by Varn will provide you with the know-how needed to set up and manage a Google Analytics account, allowing you to monitor, analyse and improve the performance of your website. Varn is passionate about search engine marketing.
The Old Brewery, Newtown
Tue 1 Oct 19

More details - Bradford on Avon Lock Up
Heritage Open Day: The 17th century lock- up is housed on the famous 13th century Town Bridge of Bradford on Avon. Certainly one of the most often photographed parts of Bradford on Avon is the old Town Bridge and Lock Up . The bridge was erected in the 13th century, and two of its arches still remain from that time.
Town Bridge, St Margaret’s Street, Bradford-on-Avon
Thu 19 Sep 19 to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Nexus Methodist Church at Walcot
Heritage Open Day: As the oldest Methodist Church in Bath, the original ‘Walcot Chapel’, is a part of Bath’s historic heritage but also a place of worship for a congregation of 21st century people on Sundays and for other activities during the week.
Nelson Place East, London Street, Bath
Today

More details - Lions Club Fun Runs
Bradford -on–Avon Lions are once again, holding their Charity Fun Runs on Sunday September 22nd and hope that you will be able to join us. 10am 2K Run, Walk, Toddle or Push! This can accommodate buggies and wheelchair users as well as those who are able to run or walk!
Culver Close, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts.
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Bradford on Avon U3A Photographic Exhibition
Bradford on Avon’s U3A Photography Group, made up of thirty-three enthusiastic photographers, will be exhibiting their photographs at the West Barn (adjacent to the famous Tithe Barn) during the weekend of 28 and 29 September. The Barn will be open from 10am until 4pm each day.
West Barn (by the Tithe Barn) Pound Lane, Bradford-on-Avon
Sat 28 Sep 19 and Sun 29 Sep

More details - St Swithin's Church
Heritage Open Day: St Swithin’s is the only 18th Century parish church in Bath. Built 1777-1790, it has a fabulous collection of Georgian wall monuments. It has connections with Jane Austen’s family, the novelist Fanny Burney, William Wilberforce and many others.
Paragon, Bath
Tue 17 Sep, Wed 18 Sep, Sat 21 Sep

More details - A Streetcar Named Desire
Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society present A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams’ popular masterpiece. Considered one of the finest plays of the 20th Century, this Pulitzer Prize winning play was made iconic by the 1951 film starring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh.
The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street, Bath
Wed 25 Sep 19 to Sat 28 Sep

More details - On the Horizon
‘On the Horizon’, the first summer exhibition at the Abbey Hotel’s ArtBar, opens on 10th July. This new collection celebrates 2019 graduate talent from Bath Spa University.
Art Bar, Abbey Hotel, North Parade, Bath
Today to Mon 30 Sep

More details - Abbey Quarter Market
The Abbey Quarter Market is back again on Sunday 15th September in Abbey Green, Bath. Browse our selection of unique, high quality artisan and independent stalls, plus visit the fabulous surrounding businesses. Lots of original and handmade gifts from photography to jewellery, natural beauty products, prints and cards.
Abbey Green, Bath
Today

More details - Prior Park Landscape Garden
Heritage Open Day: Explore this 18th-century landscape garden as we embark on a major restoration project to restore the Georgian dams. There will be short talks going on around the garden throughout the day.
Prior Park Landscape Garden, Ralph Allen Drive, Bath
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Peace at Last
Based on the picture book byJill Murphy Mr Bear can’t sleep. Mrs Bear is snoring. So he goes to sleep in Baby Bear’s room. But Baby Bear is pretending to be an aeroplane.
Egg, Theatre Royal Bath Theatre Royal Bath Sawclose Bath
Sat 21 Sep 19 and Sun 22 Sep

More details - We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Based on the book by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, published by Walker Books Ltd.
Egg, Theatre Royal Bath Theatre Royal Bath Sawclose Bath
Thu 26 Sep 19 to Sun 29 Sep

More details - Muckers
Presented by the egg, Oxford Playhouse, Theatr Iolo and Conde Duque. Do you remember when you stopped mucking about? Paloma has always mucked about with Pichón. They run wild. They dress up like tigers, flamenco dancers, queens, kings, rabbits and Lady Gaga. Life is fun and funny and a little bit loopy.
Egg, Theatre Royal Bath Theatre Royal Bath Sawclose Bath
Thu 3 Oct 19 to Sun 6 Oct

More details - The Day I Fell Into a Book
Written and performed byLewis Gibson “Welcome to The Institute. We conduct experiments into the power of imaginations. We want to know what happens to your mind when you read. We want to get inside your heads. It is all perfectly safe. Trust us.
Egg, Theatre Royal Bath Theatre Royal Bath Sawclose Bath
Fri 11 Oct 19 to Sun 13 Oct

More details - The Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution
Heritage Open Day: Saturday 14th September will see the BRLSI building open to the public. There will be a guided tour of Nelson’s Bath, a free exhibition, a coffee morning run in the style of a 19th century literary salon and a fossil handling session for families.
Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath
Fri 20 Sep

More details - The Dogs of War / Shakespeare Live
England finds itself at war: the two royal families that rule the country find themselves in conflict; petty dynastic squabbles plunge the country into bloodshed. The population finds themselves torn between the two sides. At home the families wonder if they will ever see their loved ones again.
The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street, Bath
Wed 2 Oct 19 and Thu 3 Oct

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