What's On 

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit many of our local, and much loved, entertainment venues very hard. As restrictions begin to be eased, venues are doing their best to fill their calendars with the best live shows to entertain us once again. At time of going live, these are shows that you can still purchase tickets for. 

Bath Marches 

3 October - Theatre Royal

Starting in the city centre, the event comprises of 2 challenge walks or "Marches" of 9 and 15 miles including snack stops. 

From:

£ 15.00

Kendal Mountain Festival

8 October - Komedia

Watch an incredible collection of short adventure films on the big screen, stories of human endurance and breathtaking environments.

From:

£ 10.00

Cardboard Fox

3 October - Chapel Arts Centre

Cardboard Fox are a unique and powerful combination of dexterous instrumental playing, memorable songwriting and energetic live shows.

Advance:

£ 14.00

The Jerry Lee Lewis Story

9 October - Chapel Arts Centre

Starring Peter Gill the Jerry Lee Lewis Story reminds the audience of rock n roll’s most exciting performer and the original first wildman of music.

Advance:

£ 16.00

The Lost Trades

10 October - Chapel Arts Centre

A trio of Wiltshire based singer-songwriters,

brought together by a mutual love of folk and roots music.

Advance:

£ 10.00

The Welcome Back Season

Theatre Royal Bath

Theatre Royal Bath is delighted to announce that the Main House will be reopening this Autumn with a collection of three modern classics. The WELCOME BACK SEASON will feature three modern classic plays, and runs from Wednesday 14 October – Saturday 12 December.

Opening with Harold Pinter’s masterpiece 'Betrayal'

from 14 October to 31 October, followed by Michael Frayn’s award-winning Copenhagen, from 4 November to 21 November, and lastly include David Mamet’s provocative drama Oleanna from 25 November to 12 December.

The Little Theatre 

Various 

Picturehouse Cinemas are putting on a variety of special events, beamed into the Little Theatre Cinema. Click the link for details.

From:

Various

Cool Britannia

17 October - Chapel Arts Centre

Relive the heady 1960s as this unforgettable live band whirls you through the decade of the British Explosion.

Advance:

£ 18.50

Nathaniel Rateliff

22 October - The Forum

"Rateliff is an exuberant, unguarded story-teller, sharing personal details in conversation as openly as he does in his songs.”

From:

£ 27.50

Hannah Saunders and Ben Savage

25 October - Chapel Arts Centre

Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage are an acoustic duo that sound classically timeless, yet their music is unique.

Advance:

£ 12.00

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

7 November - Chapel Arts Centre

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman have long established themselves as one of the UK Folk scene’s most rewardingly enduring partnerships.

Advance:

£ 20.00

Wille and the Bandits

12 November  - Chapel Arts Centre

Essentially Wille and the Bandits is a classic blues rock band much in the vein of Cream or The Jimi Hendrix experience.

Advance:

£ 20.00

Miranda Sykes

14 November  - Chapel Arts Centre

Miranda Sykes, the acclaimed singer and bassist with ‘Show of Hands’, is returning to her roots. One woman, one bass, and one guitar.

From:

£ 15.00

Bath Symphony Orchestra 

14 November - The Forum

We celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth by joining forces with Bath Bach Choir and The Handful to perform his mighty Choral Symphony. 

From:

£ 8.00

Swan Lake

4 - 10 December - The Egg

This fabulous retelling of the epic love story from award-winning company The Wardrobe Ensemble is filled with their cygnet-ure wit and warmth. 

From:

£ 15.50

Petty Criminals

4 December - Chapel Arts Centre

Petty Criminals bring you an evening of classic rock in the shape of an American icon, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

Advance:

£ 16.00

It's The Most Wonderful Time.....

19 December - Chapel Arts Centre

Ho Ho Ho! It's the Christmas Show. Bath’s cult cabaret crooners swing their sleigh ride into town to kick-start the festive season as only they can!

Advance:

£ 17.50

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