Since 1936 the Little Theatre has played a large part in the entertainment of visitors and residents of Bath. Now outfitted with state of the art equipment the Little Theatre is as popular as ever and still shows some amazing films from around the globe. The Art Deco styled interior and comfortable seats make the Little Theatre an ideal place to spend some time in the spa city of Bath.
Are you chaotic in the kitchen? Love good food but are unsure how to prepare and cook it? Or just wanting a new challenge and to sharpen your culinary skills? Then the Vegetarian Cookery School could be just the place for you. The Cookery School runs courses and workshops to teach food fanatics new and exciting vegetarian dishes and how to make them.
The famous writer, Jane Austen lived in Bath between 1801 and 1806 and said that he city played a large part in her life and works. The Jane Austen Centre features many important facts and information about Jane, her writing, the Regency period and more. Jane Austin was one of Bath’s most famous residents and her works are still in print across the world today. Go along to the Centre and learn more about this lady, her writing, the time she lived in Bath and how the centre can help keep her memories alive.
The beautiful spa city of Bath lies in rolling countryside just ripe for exploring, so put on your walking gear and enjoy a day of scenery and wildlife near this famous World Heritage City. Whether you enjoy a leisurely stroll or are looking for a more active across country hike you will find walking routes for every level of experience and age in the Bath area.
Drama, music, theatre performances and more can be seen at the Ustinov Studio in the Theatre Royal, Bath. Over the last 3 years the Ustinov Studio has been the home of many acclaimed premieres of works made locally. This welcoming and beautiful theatre has received great reviews for their productions and you will find the architecture of the building itself is superb.
A visit to the spa city of Bath during spring and summer is a great idea, even when it rains there is still much to do and find to keep you occupied and amused. Bath is well known as a World Heritage Site so if you’re a fan of history there are many museums that will show you the story of the city and its previous inhabitants.
The enjoyment of seeing ancient skills brought back to life as well as wonderful pieces of handmade glass taking shape before your eyes can be seen this year in the spa city of Bath. At the Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass you can watch artisans blowing glass, take a glass blowing course or try your hand at stained glass making. You can find unique gifts and jewellery in the shop, order your own commissioned piece or learn more about the art of glass blowing from the friendly and experienced staff and tutors.
Between the 29th March and 7th April 2013 Bath plays host to a wonderful Comedy Festival. Now in the fifth year, the Comedy Festival has the biggest and best line up to date and as always draws both visitors and locals to the area for a fun and unforgettable experience. Tickets for the Comedy Festival are already on sale so book yours now to avoid any disappointment and get ready for some great laughs.
Bath is one of those cities that makes you want to take your time and walk your way around it. The nostalgic atmosphere and grand Georgian architecture that have made it famous are best viewed on foot. Happily, the World Heritage Centre Audio Tour can be downloaded as an MP3 free of charge, so visitors can enjoy a day discovering the city without missing a thing.
Let’s face it, the historic city of Bath looks stunning from any angle or view, but the Tower Tour available at Bath Abbey is an experience as well as an attraction. Enjoy a peek behind the scenes of the imposing abbey building and discover a history that’s entwined with Bath itself.