Thing's to do
The Bath Comedy Festival 2024
As the clocks change over the Easter holiday, the sun rises higher in the sky and smiles return to faces, Bath will be treated to performances from some of the biggest and hottest names from the world of comedy, including Rhys James, Henning Wehn, Chris McCausland, Ed Gamble, Dominic Frisby, Mitch Benn, Rosie Holt, Helen Lederer, Emmanuel Sonubi, Simon Munnery, Mike Gunn, Marcel Lucont, Diana Vickers, Robin Ince and Arthur Smith alongside circuit stalwarts and the best of the up-and-coming generation of comedians. The festival will have audiences laughing their socks off in some of Bath's most iconic locations both big and small. Venues span the length and breadth of the historic city, including Bath Forum, Upstairs @ Bath Pizza Co, The Ring O Bells, Nowhere, Komedia, Rondo Theatre and more.
Bath Decorative Antiques Fair
Bath Decorative Antiques Fair at The Pavilion
Celebrating its 35th edition, the Bath Decorative Antiques Fair is a premier event showcasing a wide range of decorative items, country house furniture, art from renowned exhibitors and an array of accessories for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Let the excitement begin!
The start of the 2024 season is here and we’re going BIG!
We're pulling out all the stops this year with an action-packed day showcasing the best of what Bath has to offer! It’s a not-to-be-missed event that the Southwest will be talking about for years to come!
It’s the perfect day out for everyone, whether you’re looking for a pub garden feel where you can sit back, listen to live music and enjoy a pint or prosecco with friends, or you're on the hunt for family-friendly fun that’ll keep everyone entertained – we’ve got you covered! And remember… Kids go FREE!
Gwen John: Art and Life in London and Paris at Holburne Museum
Gwen John: Art and Life in London and Paris will bring together paintings, watercolours, drawings and sketches, as well as previously unseen archival material and personal belongings. Chronologically tracing Gwen John's 40-year career, the exhibition will place her art in relation to the two cities where she chose to live and work: from her early years at the Slade School of Fine Art in London and subsequent training under James Abbott McNeill Whistler at the Académie Carmen in Paris, to her permanent move to Paris in 1904 and the life she built as an artist there.
Bath Art Collective
Curious Minds kicks off in March with over 30 events across the city
There is a brand new arts festival coming to Bath that champions the importance of curiosity for all, with over 30 book talks, live performances, film screenings, writing workshops and walking tours.