Live Music & Comedy Return to Komedia this May
After a year of closure, the city centre venue is finally set to reopen and has all your entertainment needs sorted for the summer and beyond!
From the 18th of May the venue will re-open - at first operating at a reduced capacity, in line with social distancing measures set out by the government. Then, from the 21st of June - if restrictions are lifted as currently expected - the venue will be able to re-introduce full-capacity shows, standing gigs and even club nights! Here’s the lowdown on everything that’s coming up at the venue so get your diaries at the ready…Click to read more.
Chapel Arts Centre
Chapel Arts Centre reopens with covid compliant gigs
We will be re-opening on 17th May with our Covid compliant measures, social distancing, masks worn whilst moving around the venue (not required whilst seated). These measure will be in place until at least 21st June, if not longer...
Rag’n’Bone Man announces Bath Racecourse show taking place on Saturday 31st July 2021!
Following on from the announcement of his long-awaited second album ‘Life By Misadventure’, his first full-length since the ground-breaking and award winning 2017 debut ‘Human’, and the record’s lead single ‘All You Ever Wanted’ climbing to #2 on the UK Airplay Charts, Rag’n’Bone Man announces a Summer date taking place at Bath Racecourse on Saturday 31st July 2021
Wednesday 9th June - Komedia
Born in 1973, this is a man with the music in his blood, but it’s hardly surprising given his pedigree. His parents are actress/model Paula Boyd, sister of Pattie, and record producer Andy Johns (who worked with the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Eric Clapton), and his uncles include Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood, George Harrison and Glyn Johns.
Will is now a hugely respected songwriter & performer, having released three solo albums and having been nominated for ‘Best Original Blues Song’ by the British Blues Awards for three consecutive years. 2021 sees the release of his much anticipated new album: Bluesdaddy
House of Music: Raising the Kanneh-Mason
Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, opens up about what it takes to raise a musical family in a Britain divided by class and race. In an extract from her book 'House of Music', Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, tells us how it all began