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Noughts And Crosses

now - 4 March - Theatre Royal

“Four legs good, two legs bad…”

The animals of Manor Farm drive out the farmer and run the farm themselves. A revolution. And then what? Then freedom. Every animal will be free.



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Charlotte & Theodore

now - 18 Mar -  Ustinov

Meet Lotty and Teddy. Two dreamers – colleagues, lovers and then man and wife -  determined to make a difference in their worlds, and to keep the spark in their relationship and their family alive. But can they do this as academics on a university campus where every well-intentioned thought, each well-meaning gesture and idealistic good deed can have unexpected and long-lasting consequences?


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Russell Howard

1 & 2 Mar - Komedia

Join Russell Howard for a unique night of work-in-progress stand-up, alongside some of his favourite comedians.

A rare opportunity to see one of the most successful comedians in the country working up brand new material.





The Levellers

1 March - Bath Forum

Five years after they set out on their hugely acclaimed 2018 Acoustic Tour, and released its companion album We The Collective, The Levellers will embark upon a brand new Acoustic Tour in 2023 which will be accompanied by a new album of acoustic reworkings of some of their finest compositions, further details of which will be announced in due course.


£ 27.50


Chloe Petts: Transcience

1 March - Rondo Theatre

The debut show of rising star and “very funny” (Guardian) Chloe Petts is touring the UK for the first time! A brilliantly sharp live performer and “compelling presence” (Chortle), she is one of the most exciting acts on the UK scene.



£ 12.00


1 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Damian Wilson is an English songwriter and vocalist who’s known for his exploration into different genres and is considered one of the most versatile singers in rock. To this day he has released 6 solo albums and 3 albums as a duo with Adam Wakeman.


£ 17.00


Brooks Williams & Boo Hewerdine

2 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Boo Hewerdine and Brooks Williams aka State of the Union, create a magical, stripped back and enthralling musical atmosphere with two guitars and two voices. Their performances are consistently brilliant, equal parts emotive and entertaining.


£ 14.00

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New Purple Celebration

3 March - Komedia

NEW PURPLE CELEBRATION, the band formerly known as PURPLE RAIN: A CELEBRATION OF PRINCE, are back with a brand new name but the same “brilliantly funky” musical extravaganza celebrating the music, life and legacy of Prince.


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3 March - Bath Forum

Suede have announced headline UK tour dates for March 2023, performing classics, hits and tracks from their forthcoming album, Autofiction, due for release September 16. The tour begins at Bath’s Forum on March 3



£ 35.00


Eshaan Akbar

3 March - Rondo Theatre

Whether it’s you, the person you go on a date with, your boss, or the opinion-makers on TV, we’re all pretending we know what we’re doing. We don’t. And it’s about time we all had a proper laugh about it.



£ 15.00


Larkham & Hall feat: Charlie Rose


3 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Larkham and Hall are a Singer/Songwriter duo hailing from the marina in Bristol harbour. Displaying a flair for lyrics, story-songs and vocal harmonies, the husband and wife team often garner comparisons with songwriters such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Waits, and draw influences from the same.


£ 12.00


Krafter Comedy Club

4, 11 and 18 March - 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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4, 11 and 18 March - 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!


£ 8.00


Big Girls Don't Cry

4 March - Bath Forum

Come out tonight as we take you to a place where the moon shines bright and we dance the night away, taking you back in time with Big Girls Don’t Cry, celebrating the iconic sounds of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.


£ 27.00


World Heritage Day

4 March - various

Discover more about 2,000 years of Bath's spa history, and why Bath is one of the Greatest Spa Towns in Europe. There will be something for all the family including guided walks, short talks, craft activities and displays presented by museums and heritage organisations from across the city.


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This Is Your (Improvised) Musical

 4 March - Rondo Theatre  

A totally unique improvised musical theatre experience. Inspired by stories from the audience, the talented and quick-witted actors will instantly spin a brand-new musical tale, complete with characters, songs and choreography, all accompanied by a live band of improvising musicians.




March - Chapel Arts Centre

Formed in 2015, the band comprises local musicians Buddy Carson (vocals), Richard Calverley (guitar), Chris Dance (bass), Michael Dance (drums), Paul Greaves (guitar), Charlie Matters(trumpet), Simon Perkins (sax), Chris Pocock (keys), Annabel Powe (vocals), Kate Stacey (vocals), Steph Wynne-Davey (vocals), Clare Younger (vocals/flute).


£ 15.00

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5 March - Komedia

Bath’s long running premier drag cabaret is back again for it’s first show of 2023! 

Returning to Komedia, join our fabulous host MOTHER as she guides you through a night of the absolute best in local and world famous drag talent.


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The Ocean at the End of the Lane

7 - 18 March - Theatre Royal Bath

From the imagination of Neil Gaiman, best-selling author of Coraline, Good Omens and The Sandman (now a major Netflix series), comes the National Theatre’s major new stage adaptation of The Ocean at the End of the Lane.


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Tim Peake

8 March - Bath Forum 

Tim Peake is a European Space Agency astronaut. In December 2015, he became the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station to conduct a spacewalk (and run a marathon!) whilst orbiting Earth.  



£ 25.00

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March - Komedia

From 2019 to 2021, there was a 3200% increase in women who took online ADHD tests. The condition presents differently in girls and women, and as a result often flies under the radar – with only 1 girl being diagnosed for every 10 boys.



£ 13.50


Islands In The Stream

9 March - Bath Forum

This thigh-slapping stage show brings together the beloved glamour and personality of Dolly, along with Kenny’s charisma and energy with hit after hit including Jolene, Ruby, 9 to 5, Lucille, Here You Come Again, The Gambler, I Will Always Love You, Coward of the County, plus the hit Islands in the Stream.


£ 27.00


Habeas Corpus

 9 - 11 March - Rondo Theatre 

Habeus Corpus follows the comings and goings in the Wicksteed home. The pleasures of the body (‘corpus’) are the driving passion for everyone gathered together with family, friends and colleagues. A comedy of ill-manners plays out as a ridiculous farce, complete with mistaken identities and carnal desires.



£ 6.00


10 March - Bath Forum

Emma Kenny will take you on a journey looking at what ingredients of possibility lead to body counts by killers like Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and John Paul Knowles. What creates a serial killer, and could anything have prevented their potential being activated, or were they simply born to kill?


£ 26.00


Team Bath Netball

10, 24 and 31 March - Uni of Bath

Here's your chance to cheer on the new-look Team Bath Netball squad during their home games of the 2023 season at the Team Bath Arena. Last season, the Team Bath Arena at the University of Bath saw more than 10,000 spectators play their part in some epic contests by creating an electric, energising atmosphere.


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 10 March - Chapel Arts Centre 

FolkLaw’s “10 Year Tour” is finally under way across 2022/23 with friends and fans coming together to celebrate their exhilarating songs and music that guarantee to get your feet tapping, your face smiling, mind thinking, and festival-feet jumping!



£ 10.00


11 March - Bath Forum

You’ve made it through the wilderness, somehow, you’ve made it through and now we’re never gonna give you up!
Get ready as we bring you the biggest 80s party show to tour the UK! 80s Live!



£ 27.00

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Jodie Mitchell & Helen Bauer

12 March - Komedia

Helen Bauer – As seen on Live at The Apollo and star of ITV2, BBC Three, Dave, Comedy Central and Radio 4 Helen Bauer. Jodie Mitchell  John Travulva critiques his best-known tick-box character: queer, non-binary, neurodiverse class-straddler Jodie Mitchell, who’s written on Sex Education and appeared on Comedy Central Live



£ 12.00

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LSO with Barbara Hannigan

13 March - Theatre Royal Bath

We herald the start of spring as Barbara Hannigan and the London Symphony Orchestra perform blissed-out visions of heaven from Mahler and Messiaen at Bath Forum.




Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company

 14 March - Bath Forum 

Experience vibrant and authentic flamenco music and dance from the spectacular Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company. The production Art of Believing recently won the prestigious Herald Angel Award and is bursting with truly stunning flamenco music, bringing to Bath the passion and fire of Andalucia.


£ 24.00

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18 March - Bath Forum

After selling out all over the UK,  Charlie Hides is bringing his shiny balls to Bath. An outrageously fun event hosted by internationally famous Drag Queen Charlie Hides with stand-up comedy, games and camp prizes to be won! Guaranteed good time – snatch up your tickets fast as this event WILL sell out


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Roxane Gay

15 March - Bath Forum

“When you can’t find someone to follow, you have to find a way to lead by example.”
Spend an exhilarating evening with Roxane Gay, one of America’s most beloved writers and cultural critics, for a reflective, no-holds-barred exploration of feminism and social criticism…on her first UK tour.


£ 25.00


Josh Berry

 15 & 16 March - Rondo Theatre 

Fresh off the back of a sell-out debut tour, Josh Berry returns with a new stand up show.

Expect plenty of characters and impressions as Josh Berry wades through the two interweaving topics that pre-occupy him most: sex and politics.

“Pitch perfect send up” Evening Standard


£ 16.50


16 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Will Page is a folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sussex. Inspired from a young age after seeing Dave Swarbrick (Fairport Convention) perform live at his local village hall in Chiddingly, Will has continued Swarbs’ legacy of British folk fiddle playing into the modern era. 


£ 12.00

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Bingo Lingo

17 March - 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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Nigel Kennedy

17 March - Wells Cathedral 

Wells Cathedral is excited to announce that Nigel Kennedy will be performing on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 March with a programme including music by Bach, Komeda, Kennedy & Sakamoto.

Nigel will be joined for these concerts by cellist, Peter Adams, a renowned soloist and chamber musician.


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17 March - Chapel Arts Centre

From 2019 to 2021, there was a 3200% increase in women who took online ADHD tests. The condition presents differently in girls and women, and as a result often flies under the radar – with only 1 girl being diagnosed for every 10 boys.



£ 12.00


Lost In Music

18 March - Bath Forum

Relive some of the greatest songs of all time from artists such as Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Earth, Wind & Fire, Sister Sledge and Chic. This show boasts a sensational live band, incredibly talented cast and stunning vocals and is sure to have you dancing in the aisles!


£ 27.00


John Kearns

 18 March - Rondo Theatre 

Law brings his half baked thoughts on the last couple of years and a little time travel to boot. It might not always make sense but it’s always funny. Farm boy blue collar surreal absurdity in his own very unique style.



£ 14.00


18 March - Rondo Theatre

Named as one of RnR Magazines ‘Ones to watch for 2022’, emerging artist Jenny Colquitt encompasses a unique combination of Americana, indie and folk rock and pop. Winner of the 2021/2022 FATEA ‘Female artist of the Year’ award and the 2020/2021 GSMC Award for best female solo singer/songwriter.


£ 12.00


Heathers The Musical

 21- 25 March - Theatre Royal Bath 

Westerberg High’s Veronica Sawyer is just another nobody dreaming of a better day. But when she joins the beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers and her dreams of popularity could finally come true, mysterious teen rebel JD teaches her that it might kill to be a nobody, but it is murder being a somebody.



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21 - 22 March - Komedia

The Banff Mountain Film Festival joins the world’s best adventure film-makers and explorers as they push themselves to the limits in the most remote and stunning corners of the globe. Witness epic human-powered feats, life-affirming challenges and mind-blowing cinematography – all on the big screen!



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22 March - Bath Forum

Join Alan Fletcher and Jackie Woodburne (Karl and Susan Kennedy), Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson), Ryan Moloney (Toadie Rebecchi), Annie Jones (Jane Harris) and April Rose Pengilly (Chloe Brennan) as they share never before heard stories, look back at footage from across the years and answer questions in discussion with a live host.


£ 29.50


The Memory of Water

 22- 25 March - Rondo Theatre 

How do you behave when your mother has just died? Well, probably not by getting drunk or stoned would be a good start. But this is precisely what happens when three estranged sisters meet back at the family home to organise the funeral. The Memory of Water examines the family ties and shared experiences which inevitably bind the sisters together.



£ 12.00


23 March - Chapel Arts Centre

In a brand new one man show Steve will perform material that surfaced over two years of isolation and inactivity. Songs such as the ‘Bristol Slaver’ and ‘You’ll Get By’ were refreshed by headlines and current affairs whilst classic covers such as ‘Forever Young’ and ‘The Boys of Summer’ struck a chord with the thousands that tuned in to his hours of online content.



£ 20.00


Anything For Love

24 March - Bath Forum

With over 7 million tickets sold, the highly acclaimed and No.1 recording artist, Steve Steinman, brings you his brand-new production featuring over 25 of Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman’s greatest hits. For over 30 years Steve has toured the world with his musical production featuring the music of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf .



£ 28.00


The Lost Trades

 24 March - Chapel Arts Centre 

The Lost Trades are a trio of Wiltshire based singer songwriters brought together by a mutual love of modern folk and roots music. Having joined forces in late 2019, their close three part harmonies have consistently drawn comparisons to Crosby Stills & Nash and Fleetwood Mac.



£ 10.00

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25 March - Bath Forum

After a sell-out tour last year, Gordon Buchanan is going back on tour. One of the most prominent wildlife presenters and filmmakers working today, Gordon’s journey is a remarkable story to tell.



£ 22.50



25 March - Komedia

Every last Saturday of the month you can listen to the refreshing but classic mix of all the best Motown, Soul, Funk and Rock ‘n’ Roll Anthems to keep your feet stomping into the early hours! 


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Dom Martin

25 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Dom Martin is a Belfast born multi award winning artist, inspired but not constrained by the blues.

In 2019 he burst onto the music scene with a unique guitar style and voice, captivating audiences everywhere.



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Have a Laugh in Bath as

Bath Comedy Festival returns!

With hundreds of comedians performing at over a dozen venues across Bath, the welcome return of Bath Comedy Festival will have The City of Bath roaring with laughter over three weeks this Spring. Once again as the clocks change, the sun comes out 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 Reginald D Hunter, Julian Clary, Fred MacAulay, Spencer Jones, Elf Lyons, Emmanuel Sonubi, Patrick Monahan and Zoe Lyons, alongside circuit stalwarts and the best of the up-and-coming generation of comedians.


The Shawshank Redemption

 27 March - 1 April - Theatre Royal Bath 

The nation’s favourite movie becomes an acclaimed stage event. 

Despite protests of his innocence, Andy Dufresne is handed a double life sentence for the brutal murders of his wife and her lover. Incarcerated in the notorious Shawshank facility, he quickly learns that no one can survive alone.


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27 March - 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.



£ 5.00



28 March - Bath Forum

Eels are an American alternative/acoustic indie rock band formed by singer/songwriter Mark Oliver Everett, better known as 'Mr. E' or simply 'E'. Born in 1963, he grew up experimenting with music in the United States emerging as the frontman of a band, calling Eels a vessel for his music.




£ 35.00


Billy Ocean

 29 March - Bath Forum 

Billy Ocean spent more of his life onstage than anywhere else. Next year, Billy returns to his natural environment with a string of headline shows throughout the UK and a set handpicked with greatest hits and crowd favourites.



£ 27.50


29 & 30 March - Rondo Theatre

Life is hard enough for the bookish Alice, an outcast with anxiety and a tendency to make jokes and remarks that are as confusing as they are nonsensical, without the pressures of life and growing up looming over her. On particularly difficult days, she dives into the stories of Wonderland. Stories of grinning cats, mad tea parties, and rabbits running out of time.



£ 10.00


Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman

29 March - Chapel Arts Centre

‘Almost A Sunset’ – Released on Iscream Music UK -17th March 2023


It has been five years since the last offering from the popular husband and wife duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman and their latest album proves a ‘tour de force’ of musical and lyrical surprises.


£ 17.50

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Police Dog Hogan

 30 March - Komedia 

‘Brilliant’ song-writing, ‘sensational’ harmonies, ‘fantastic’ musicianship, ‘joyous’ live performances – just a fraction of the accolades gathered by Police Dog Hogan at their ‘now-legendary’ live gigs. The 7-piece outfit has been attracting similar reviews for more than ten years now.



£ 16.00


30 March - Bath Forum

Once Upon a Time is a fairy tale like no other. It is the brand-new dance show starring Strictly superstars Nadiya and Kai, for the first time on stage together. Our two stars have created a stunning show that highlights their different backgrounds, showcasing their incredible ballroom journeys whilst shining a spotlight on their love affair with dance.


£ 25.00

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Elizabeth Day talks to AndiOliver

31 March - Komedia

In conversation with good friend Andi Oliver, for this exclusive Bath event, Elizabeth Day will unpick the significance and evolution of friendship to celebrate the publication of her new book Friendaholic: Confessions of a Friendship Addict.



£ 28.00


Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells

 31 March - Bath Forum 

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Tubular Bells, the iconic masterpiece will be performed live with a full band at Bath Forum next Spring, conducted and arranged by Oldfield’s long term collaborator Robin Smith.



£ 20.00


31 March - Rondo Theatre

Mishra are a global folk collective with strong roots in UK folk. They weave a tight web of intricate, Indian-influenced original music that defies definition and has brought them awards including the Christian Raphael Prize and Celtic Connection’s Danny Kyle award.


£ 12.00


Hannah James & Toby Kuhn

31 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Hannah and Toby met in Summer 2018 at Floating Castle festival in Slovenia and it was clear that these two musicians shared a common approach to music making and a real artistic chemistry.




£ 14.00

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