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2 - 6  July - Theatre Royal 

Recently knighted author Sir Will Trenting appears to have it all - a stellar career, a Nobel Prize, the perfect family. But when a scandal from his secret past is threatened to be exposed, the harsh realities of the price of success draws him and everyone he knows into a dark and chilling trial-by-media, facing the double standards of a society bent on destroying him.

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2 July - Komedia

The first banana appeared on earth 10,000 years ago. Randy Feltface believes humanity has been in a downward spiral ever since. The only logical solution is a brand new hour of comedy from a felt-faced comedian with an axe to grind. 

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£ 22.00

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Evening Racing at Bath Racecourse

3 July - Bath Racecourse

Experience Horse Racing in Bath Discover the world of flat racing with the evening horse racing event featuring several exciting races. For those seeking things to do in Bath this July, this could be an ideal summer day out. 

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4 July - Chapel Arts Centre

3 x CMAA ‘Golden Guitar’, 2 x Australian Folk Music and Music Victoria Award winners, The Weeping Willows (Laura Coates and Andrew Wrigglesworth) are a couple of old souls, steeped in Bluegrass tradition and draped in Gothic Americana imagery. They regale their audiences with stories of sunshine and romance, God and The Devil, murder and decay. Real music.

 

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£ 13.00

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Harry Baker: Wonderful

4 July - Komedia

After a sellout Edinburgh Fringe Run and subsequent 40-date UK Tour, World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker is back with a brand new show celebrating the wonder that is being alive. Featuring brand new poems about death, postcodes and his favourite German wheat bear Schöfferhofer, The maths-loving, TED-talking..

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£ 12.00

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5 July - Komedia 

OH WHAT A NIGHT! takes you back in time on a musical journey through the incredible career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Valli’s unmistakable voice dominated the airwaves for more than two decades with classics such as Sherry, Let’s Hang On, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, My Eyes Adore you and many, many more...

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£ 25.00

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Krafter Comedy Club

6, 13, 20 and 27 July - Komedia

Kick-off your weekend with some proper good laughs and discover the best in live comedy, featuring three top stand-ups and one of the best comperes in the business! Pre-show dining will also available at the venue, and you can check out our new menu.

 

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6, 13, 20 and 27 July - Komedia 

One enormous party – with all your guilty pleasures from the 80s, 90s and 00s!

Each week there will be a pro photographer, unbeatable drinks deals and great tunes!

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£ 8.00

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7 July - Komedia 

Naomi Cook is a Bath-born-and-based singer-songwriter who loves hyphens. Self-consciously erring towards existential crises, she describes her particular brand of laid-back acoustic musings as ‘joyfully morbid’, with space for relatable ‘classic whinging’.

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7 July - Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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£ 12.00

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8 July - Komedia

A reckless reappraisal of the life of former Ugly Rumours front man and Britain's first pop Prime Minister Tony Blair. The story of how one man went from peace-loving, long-haired hippy and would-be pop star to warmongering multimillionaire in just a couple of decades. 

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£ 10.00

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9 - 13 July - Komedia

“I don’t wish to sound fussy, but I really don’t care to discuss false teeth during dinner.” 

Orange Tree Theatre Artistic Director Tom Littler directs Stephen Boxer, Emma Fielding and Tara Fitzgerald in a rediscovery of Coward’s trilogy.

 

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10 July - Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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£ 12.00

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11 July - Komedia

The Improvised Murder Mystery - a classic murder mystery created on the spot in this ingenious and hilarious show by Degrees of Error.

 

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£ 19.00

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12 July - Komedia

Formed in 2015, the band comprises local musicians from Bath and Bristol: Rosie Alexandra (vocals), Finlay Bradley (drums), Richard Calverley (guitar), Chris Dance (bass), Paul Greaves (guitar), Liam Oates (trumpet), Rohan Perera (vocals), Simon Perkins (sax), Chris Pocock (keys), Steph Wynne-Davey (vocals) & Clare Younger (vocals/flute)

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£ 15.00

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12 July - Chapel Arts Centre

Through his distinctively haunting voice and honed musical talent, Alex has earned himself a sound reputation as a skilled composer and unique artist.

From live gigs to studio recordings, Alex continues to connect in unprecedented fashion with all audiences across the globe. His dedication to excellence has produced an impacting sound.

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£ 16.00

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13 July - Chapel Arts Centre

Less tribute and more homage, Nearly Dan is saviour to the growing legions of Dan fans, desperate to hear the meticulously crafted grooves and allusive lyrical style of Donald Fagen & Walter Becker. Nearly Dan’s approach is faithful, though not reverential, and relaxed but as tight as their namesakes. They bring their own unique spirit and spontaneous humour to every concert.

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13 July - Bath Forum

Featuring the incredible voice of Rob Lamberti, this show has wowed audiences around the country and Europe and lifted them to their feet, in a dynamic show that tactfully and appropriately celebrates the career of one of the most gifted performers of a generation.
From Wham! all the way through to the diverse eras of George’s hugely successful solo career.

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£ 29.50

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13 July - various

Bath Carnival is a free party celebrating Carnival arts, as well as the diversity of Bath's people and culture. The 2024 edition takes place on Saturday 13 July. 

 

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14 July - Komedia

LeBurn has performed thousands of gigs, festivals and concerts as the opening act for stellar artists such as Chaka Khan, Bill Withers, Pattie LaBelle, Kool & the Gang, Marvin Gaye, Mother’s Finest, Bill Withers and was seen on the USA’s top music TV programs.

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14 July - Bath Forum

As the lead singer of Manfred Mann Paul was ever present on the TV whether it was Ready Steady Go, Top of the Pops or many other programmes that featured the 60s pop groups.

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17 - 20 July - Theatre Royal

The glorious London City Ballet are back, launching their first tour in almost 30 years at the Theatre Royal Bath this summer. In 2024 London City Ballet tours a sublime programme of British ballet and contemporary dance to audiences across the world, starting in Bath!

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17 July - Bath Forum

Rhythm of the Dance returns to the UK with a new production as part of its 25th Anniversary global tour.
 
Join us on a journey through Ireland’s history from the ancient, rich in legend and myth, to the modern, urban Ireland that we see today, bursting with talent.

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£ 30.00

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18  July - Chapel Arts Centre

Les Barker’s wonderful poetry is celebrated through such gems as Reg was a Lonely Glow Worm, Dachsunds with Erections, Spot of the Antarctic and Déjà vu. John Watterson is the UK’s leading performer of Jake’s songs.

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£ 12.00

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18 July - Bath Forum

International sensation What’s Love Got To Do With It? is back!
 
Brought to you by the award-winning producers behind the hugely successful Whitney - Queen Of The Night, What’s Love Got To Do With It? pays homage to one of the most iconic and much-loved musical artists of the 20th Century: the legendary Tina Turner.

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£ 20.00

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20 July - Bath Forum

Based on the original book Charlie Cook’s Favourite Book - written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler

This major new musical adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Charlie Cook’s Favourite Book will celebrate the joy of reading - from the Olivier nominated team behind “The Smartest Giant in Town”. 

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£ 10.00

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20 July - Chapel Arts Centre

This exciting new show, “Rainy Days, Mondays & Good Old Dreams” is much more than a Carpenters tribute; it sensitively explores the music and lives of the Carpenters from their early attempts to get a ‘break’, to some of their greatest influences as well as the challenges faced by the incomparable sibling duo along their journey to stardom and, ultimately, to tragedy.

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21 July - Komedia

Bristol-born soulstress Michaela Fedeczko presents her debut album ‘Blue Embrace’.

Drawing on influences of soul/Motown, gospel, jazz, and pop. The album was predominantly written in lockdown and reflects recent events with themes of love, loss, grief, identity and the fragility of life.

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21 July - Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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22 July - Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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23 - 27 July - Theatre Royal

The story of Sweeney Todd first appeared on the stage in 1847, as a melodrama at the Britannia Theatre in the east end of London. The String of Pearls, as it was originally called, was based on a popular “penny dreadful” serialised story.

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23 July - Theatre Royal

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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£ 12.00

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24 July - Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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25 July - Komedia

Cloudbusting are thrilled to bring their stunning ‘The Line, The Cross and The Curve’ tour to Komedia in 2024! Featuring songs from the legendary short film of the same name which Kate Bush released in 1994, this spectacular new show offers audiences a fresh ‘take’ on those tracks that first appeared on ‘The Red Shoes’ album.

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£ 21.00

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25 July - Chapel Arts Centre

Numbers are strictly limited for this event – Seated Cabaret with a dance floor.

You are invited to an exclusive, filmed performance of the brand new Peter Gill Rock ‘n’ Roll Big Band ( 9 Piece Band with four piece horn section)

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£ 25.00

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26 July - Komedia

Provocative, daring and more fun than you can shake your bingo balls at. Bingo Lingo re-invents the traditional game of bingo into a unique, crowd-roaring, interactive night of non-stop madness with prizes that will change your life forever! 

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26 July -  Chapel Arts Centre

Over the past two years, acclaimed singer-songwriter Dan Whitehouse has been in a transparently reflective mood with three albums all themed around the physical and metaphorical nature of glass. Influenced by keeping in contact with his young son living in Japan, ‘The Glass Age’ explores our screen-fixated society’s communication challenges.

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27 July - Komedia

A Magical show where beautiful Princesses become Pop Stars!

This is the children’s pop concert with a big difference. The four fabulous Fairy tale Princesses are back with their NEW SHOW for 2024. They just love to sing! It’s the perfect mix!

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27 July - Chapel Arts Centre

From large festivals to boutique gatherings, from supporting Chris Isaak to Justin Townes Earle, Matt Joe Gow has built a reputation as an earnest performer to go alongside the authentic Alt country tones.

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28 July - Electric Bar

Concrete Prairie, with their electric live performances sitting somewhere between Folk, Alt-Country & Indie-Americana, are a five-piece ensemble delivering a veritable soundtrack for the glamour and grit of modern living.

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Electric Comedy

29 July - Komedia

The Electric Comedy Club is Komedia Bath’s all new monthly showcase of the finest up-and-coming comedy talent the UK has to offer! Hosted by the brilliant Morgan Rees, each show will feature a pro headliner straight off the circuit as well as 4 rising stars of stand-up – all for just £5.

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30 July - 3 Aug - Theatre Royal

Following a smash hit West End run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2018, two national tours and record-breaking runs at London’s The Other Palace, the WhatsOnStage ‘BEST NEW MUSICAL’ winner, Heathers the Musical is back on tour.

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30 July -Komedia

Our Edinburgh Preview series runs throughout July showing you the best up & coming comedy talent before they head to the big stages. Tickets are only £12 per show, a multi-buy discount of £2 per ticket applies when booking 3 or more Edinburgh Preview shows together.

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£ 12.00

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31 July - Komedia

Reel Life Monsters, in the spirit of sharing horror films that contain LGBT+ subtext, presents a double bill of A Field in England (2013) and Ravenous (1999), with a talk on both features by Lucian Stephenson, and art by Monty and Danny Leigh.

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1 Aug - Bath Forum

The legacy left by Jeff Lynne & The Electric Light Orchestra barely needs any introduction – suffice to say that between 1972 and 1986 they achieved more combined UK and US Top 40 hits than any other band on the planet! '10538 Overture', 'Evil Woman', 'Living Thing' and 'Mr Blue Sky' 

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£ 27.00

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