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9 to 5 The Musical - K Lodite (Judy), S Messer (Violet), P Knowles (Franklin Hart), H Grah

now - 2 Mar - Theatre Royal

With a rip-roaring score by the Queen of Country, 9 to 5 the Musical tells the story of three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and egotistical boss. Concocting a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their despicable supervisor, will the ladies manage to reform their office - or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit?

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1 Mar - Theatre Royal

Nicola Tallis returns with her latest book on the early years of Elizabeth I, one of England’s most famous monarchs, whose story as the ‘VirginQueen’ is well known.Following the beheading of her mother Anne Boleyn she was made a bastard by her father at three years old. It was a ‘rocky’ but fascinating journey to the throne and she was never able to trust a man again remaining single and childless until her death.

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Join us at one of our series of free community events presenting 5 awesome bands across 2 stages, this mini festival will run from 5:45pm-10:15pm and is open to all ages (with under 16’s to be accompanied by an adult). 

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The Editors

1 March - Bath Forum

Editors have never been a band who do what’s expected. When they emerged in the early 2000s, university friends from Birmingham, they were swept into a wave of indie groups with whom they had little in common beyond playing guitars.

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Krafter Comedy Club

2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Mar - 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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2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Mar - 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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The Saviours Collective

2 March - Chapel Arts Centre

THIS EVENT IS SEATED DOWN BOTH SIDES, WITH A LARGE DANCE FLOOR.

The Saviours Collective brings an evening of well-known R&B/soul hits to Chapel Arts to dance the night away and celebrate the joy of live performance.

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£ 15.00

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Reginald D Hunter

3 March - Komedia

In these supercharged socio-political times the challenge is more and more becoming separating what’s true and what’s real. 

 

Lucille Hunter proudly proclaimed “It’s easy to see through shit, the hard part is pretending you haven’t.”

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Stan Elliott & The Easy Peelers

3 March - Komedia

Bristol-based but Bath-born Stan Elliott, alongside his live band The Easy Peelers, will mesmerise you with a theatrical splendour of sound. Prepare to be catapulted into a soulful stratosphere, laced with indie melodies, with twists of blues and rock-steady alternative rhythms that will make your mouth water.

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Calendar Girls the Musical

5 - 9 March - Theatre Royal

Following the death of a much-loved husband, a group of ordinary women in a small Yorkshire Women's Institute are prompted to do an extraordinary thing and set about creating a nude calendar to raise money for charity.  

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5 Mar - Komedia 

Alternative rock / psychedelic pop / indie from former members of Future Cavemen.

Influences include Eels, QOTSA, Rolling Stones, Dandy Warhols, Beach Boys. 

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£ 5.00

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Leigh Francis

6 March - Bath Forum

BAFTA-Award winning comedian, Leigh Francis, announces his first ever live tour 'My First Time'. Leigh's characters and sketches have kept millions of people around the UK laughing for years, and now he's stepping out as himself on an 18 date tour around the country.

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£ 25.00

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Bryony Gordon presents Mad Woman

7 March - Komedia

Gordon has been writing for the Telegraph for 23 years. She is author of The Wrong Knickers, You Got This and Mad Girl. She is a winner of the MIND Making A Difference Award for her work in changing the perception of mental health in the media and the Journalists’ Charity Award from the Society of Editors for mental health campaigning. 

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£ 12.00

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The Big Bath Pop Culture Quiz

7 March - Komedia

Get ready for a night of nostalgia, excitement, and a whole lot of pop culture knowledge at the BIG Bath Pop Culture Quiz hosted by Bath’s very own gender-queer queen of the night, Mother! Join Bath Arts Collective for an evening packed with fun, laughter, and a journey through the realms of movies, music, TV shows, books, Bath based trivia and more. 

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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. 

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March - Chapel Arts Centre

One of Scotland’s most popular bands make a welcome return to Bath .

Once again the Road beckons. North Sea Gas will take the stage with songs old and new and with a fine array of instruments, light- hearted craic and three part harmonies. An entertaining show is guaranteed.

 

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£ 12.00

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Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra

8 March - Chapel Arts Centre 

Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra don’t care what genre you choose to put them in – Western Swing, Blues, Country, Rock & Roll or whatever else– as long as you understand that they’re 100% sincere and 100% immersed in this stuff. This is no lazy pastiche, no dressing up box. They live and breathe this music and want you to get immersed with them.

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March - Bath Forum

Creedence Clearwater Revival are one of the most iconic rock groups of all time. Their all time classic hits such as Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Have You Ever Seen The Rain, Born on the Bayou, Fortunate Son, Down on the Corner, Up Around the Bend along with CCR and John Fogerty fan favourites are powerfully reprised by Clearwater Creedence Revival.

 

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£ 35.00

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Dance Fitness Fiesta

9 March - Komedia

It’s not working out. It’s working OUT OUT. Dance yourself fit and happy with the brilliant Dance Fit Bath crew in Bath’s hottest fitness event. Get your groove on and dance yourself fit  and happy in this fusion of dance, aerobics and Zumba. This event is a fun, fierce dancing blast — a high energy and fast-paced cardio workout, busting moves and burning calories!

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£ 11.45

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March - Bath Forum

Lift off with Bath Symphony Orchestra as we reach for the stars! Bath Abbey Girls’ Choir and Hayesfield Girls’ School Choir, directed by Huw Williams, join Bath Symphony Orchestra for a performance of Holst’s The Planets. The space age theme continues with epic music from the Star Wars and Star Trek films.

 

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£ 20.00

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American Road Trip at American Museum & Gardens

The American Museum & Gardens celebrates an epic journey through the diversity of American landscapes, history and culture in a special exhibition for 2024.

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Stagecoach Live!

10 March - Theatre Royal

Talented students from local Stagecoach Performing Arts Schools will present their performance highlights from 2023 in their first showcase at the Theatre Royal Bath. The students, aged 6 to 19 years, will perform a spectacular variety of dance, singing and drama pieces for everyone to enjoy.

 

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10 March - Komedia

On this his sixth UK tour, Geoff Norcott will be trying to make sense of the current cultural and political scene with his playfully provocative brand of humour. Whether it’s the dire blandness of the two main parties or the shamelessly shoe-horned right-on messages in adverts and films, Geoff will continue to tread in areas much of comedy leaves well alone.

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The Woman In Black

11 - 16 March - Theatre Royal

The Woman in Black brilliantly delivers atmosphere, illusion and horror! Experience the thrill and excitement of this critically-acclaimed international theatre event that has been seen by over 7 million people worldwide, and continues to delight and terrify audiences of all generations.

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Isabella Dorta

11 March - Komedia

Headliner Isabella Dorta will be reading from her brand new book ‘the letters i will never send’, as well as previous work you may have heard before! Isabella is a tiktok poet with over 2 million collective followers online and focuses her work around love, heartbreak, mental health and, as she says, ‘all the sh*t you’re not really supposed to talk about’.

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13 March - Bath Forum

This original production draws from the “Classic Five” era and is inspired by the pace and energy of the hit Broadway show ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ which earned a phenomenal 14 Tony Nominations in 2019.

 

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£ 19.50

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Swiftogeddon

14 March - Komedia

A night dedicated to worshipping at the altar of Taylor Swift: non-stop Swifty all night: deep cuts, extended mixes, fan favourites and all the hits. 

Do you have a Blank Space in your diary? Then this night is Taylor-made for you! Join fellow fans in a celebration of the genius of the Swift – because she’ll never go out of Style

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Swiftogeddon

14 March - Komedia

A night dedicated to worshipping at the altar of Taylor Swift: non-stop Swifty all night: deep cuts, extended mixes, fan favourites and all the hits. 

Do you have a Blank Space in your diary? Then this night is Taylor-made for you! Join fellow fans in a celebration of the genius of the Swift – because she’ll never go out of Style

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Howlin’ Ric & the Rocketeers

14 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Leeds-based Howlin’ Ric & the Rocketeers play vibrant and authentic rock and roll, roving from raucous rhythm and blues right through to dreamy popcorn love songs. Wailing vocals, virtuosic sax and biting, grooving guitar will have the audience bouncing, swinging and sweating from start to finish.

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Bingo Lingo

15 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! Prepare yourself for an unrivaled experience of dance-offs, twerk-offs, on-stage mischief, and prizes that will change your life forever…

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Dirty Dancing in concert

15 March - Bath Forum

The timeless love story of Baby and Johnny will be brought to life in concert-form next year, as Dirty Dancing in Concert will tour the UK, celebrating the soundtrack that defined a generation.

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15 March - Chapel Arts Centre

“Some of the best – and I mean best – musicians in the UK. Or anywhere, come to that” Paul Jones – The Blues Band, Manfred Mann, Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse. Internationally renowned, legendary drummer, Sam Kelly is a professional musician with more than 40 years in the business.

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Michael Ball

16 March - Bath Forum

Michael Ball is a double Olivier Award-winning, 

Grammy nominated, multi-platinum recording artist and a hugely popular radio and TV presenter. For over 30 years he has been at the top of his game, starring in musical theatre productions in the West End and on Broadway, winning critical acclaim.

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Alan West & Friends

16 March - Chapel Arts Centre

lan West is regarded as having one of the finest country music voices to come out of the UK. With a repertoire that features interpretations of familiar country, Americana & folk classics and an introduction to not so familiar songs and indeed songwriters, he has moved audiences across the world. 

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17 March - City Centre

The Bath Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular 'big city' road races in the UK. The largest sporting and community event in the city, and the largest charity fundraising event in the south west, raising over £2.25 million pounds for charity each year. 

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The Kite Runner

18 - 23 March - Theatre Royal

Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel, adapted by Matthew Spangler and directed by Giles Croft, this haunting tale of friendship spans cultures and continents and follows one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption.

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Josh Pugh

20 March - Komedia

Brand new stand-up show from Edinburgh Award nominated viral sensation Josh Pugh. Josh returns following a sell-out debut UK and Ireland Tour with a show about enjoying yourself and doing your best. 

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20 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Daniel Kemish Is a true road dog. He is constantly touring Europe and regularly performs more than 150 shows a year all over the world.

Daniel is a British citizen and returns to the UK to perform for the first time in over 5 years. 

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Adam’s Apple – Jazz Trio

21 March - Chapel Arts Centre

Australian pianist Adam Biggs brings his popular jazz trio back to the Chapel Arts, featuring one of the most interesting and sought-after jazz double bassists Yuri Goloubev, alongside the Grammy award winning drummer Rob Brian.

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Jeremy Bowen: The Middle East

21 March - Komedia

Jeremy Bowen, BBC International Editor, has reported on the Middle East for more than 30 years and is uniquely placed to explain its complex past and current troubled present, helping to shed light on the diverse political, cultural and religious differences.

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21 March - Bath Forum

Jonathan Pie: Hero or Villain? A question often asked and one that Pie hopes to answer in his brand-new live show. Join him as he celebrates the UK’s greatest heroes (Nurses / Gary Lineker / 24-hour off license proprietors) and takes a verbal blowtorch to its villains (The Tories / Cyclists).

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Brian Cox

22 March - Bath Forum

Using state of the art screen technology, venues across the world from New Zealand to the Arctic Circle have been filled with images of far-away galaxies, alien worlds, supermassive black holes and the latest theories of the origin of the Universe.

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£ 40.00

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Ezio

22 March - Chapel Arts Cnetre

Since forming they’ve released many studio and live albums from the critically acclaimed Black Boots on Latin Feet( Arista/Ariola produced by the late Rupert Hine) Diesel Vanilla(MCA Universal produced Peter Van Hooke and Rod Argent) to the most recent release Daylight Moon.

 

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23 March - Chapel Arts Centre

A soulful vocalist and innovative multi-instrumentalist, NYC singer/songwriter and producer Rachael Sage has earned a loyal following for her dynamic piano playing, delicate guitar work, and improvisational audience interaction.

 

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25 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.

 

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Drop the Dead Donkey

26 - 30 March - Theatre Royal

BREAKING NEWS: 30 years since the launch of the trailblazing, smash-hit TV series, the Globelink News team are back, and now live on stage for the very first time!

 

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26 - 30 March - Komedia

Join writers Judith Robinson and Scott Pack as they travel the globe in search of great works of world literature. They will do their best to stop off at (almost) each continent where they will champion, discuss and recommend ten books, many of them in translation. A great way to explore and discover authors and books that you may otherwise have missed.

 

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The Curious Minds Conversation 2024

27 March - Komedia

Join us for our first Curious Minds Conversation to celebrate the paperback launch of The Earth Transformed: An Untold History, The Times Best History Book of 2023, a timely and gripping look at how a changing climate has dramatically shaped the development, and demise, of civilisations across time. 

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Manny and The Baby

28 March - Komedia

We’re thrilled to celebrate the launch of a brilliant new book, Manny and the Baby, with a special evening of music and conversation. Author Varaidzo talks to Marisa Bate about the novel’s settings of modern day Bath and1930s London, the central role that jazz plays throughout the story and the themes of family relationships, enduring love and what it means to be Black and British, now and in the past. 

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28 March - Komedia

London’s award-winning literary salon makes a welcome return to Bath, with an evening paying homage to Bowie, lesbian love stories and D.I.S.C.O…..Inspired by the gay slang of the same name, Polari is a celebration of LGBTQ+ words and voices – on the page and on the stage.

 

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£ 18.00

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Free Community Music Festival

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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