There is still plenty of fun things to see and do in Bath this October, from family fun to Charity Events and Live Music…
Come and join us at The Windsor in the Heart of the City Centre this Autumn and indulge in our award winning Afternoon Tea!
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Family Friendly Bath Tour – This Half Term
Live Music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings
Live music at the Brasserie varies in styles from dynamic duos, to modern trios to a Hot Club style quintet. The music is always melodic, quiet enough for conversation and of a very high standard.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, music from 6.30pm – 7.15pm and 8 – 9pm (timings are approx).
Our regular performers include: Mike Collins, Dan Reid, Gavin Lazarus, Andy Kinsman, Jon Green and Rob Wilson plus guest artists.
Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search
Event End: October 31, 2020 4:00 pm
On show at Milsom Place until 31st October and hosted by Art Gallery SW, The Online Bath Art Exhibition is a unique showcase of the amazing amount of artistic talent found in the South West, in support of the wonderful work of the Children’s Hospice South West.
Royal Theatre Bath – BETRAYAL by Harold Pinter
Edward Bennett, Nancy Carroll, Joseph Millson Directed by Jonathan Church
Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Matinee Thursday & Saturday 2.30pm
Running time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Showing from Wed 14 — Sat 31 Oct
Autumn Family Trails
at The Holburne Museum
Follow a free trail around Sydney Gardens, complete with some arty surprises.
This Halloween, children’s book character Wally – wearing a red-and-white striped shirt and black-rimmed specs – will be travelling the country, appearing in museums including the Roman Baths.
Hunt for Wally amongst our collections, spell out a spooky phrase with letters hidden alongside mini Wally standees, and receive a special “I found Wally!” bookmark.
Georgian Walk around upper Bath £7.00
The walk starts outside No. 1 Royal Crescent, where your tour guide will meet you.
The area of the Royal Crescent, Circus, Assembly Rooms and related streets were the height of fashion in the late 18th century. This walk will introduce the daily routines of the aristocracy, entertainments of the day and a background history to some of the finest Palladian architecture anywhere.
Bath Art Exhibition in aid of Children’s Hospice