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Tag Archive: Germaine Greer

  1. Picture of the Day: Saturday 8 March

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    We had an absolute blast hosting our first Great Big Comedy Night in Komedia, in association with What the Frock! It was all in aid of celebrating Germaine Greer’s 75th birthday. Our intrepid photographer caught up with the comics in the dressing room, including our Artistic Director Viv Groskop, token bloke Mark Watson, Bethan Roberts, Ellie Taylor & Rachel Parris.

    Photo: Copyright Julian Foxon Photography

  2. Celebrate with Bath Festivals!

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    We are always here to mark the biggest intellectual milestones – from the birthdays of Shakespeare and Germaine Greer to the anniversary of the publication of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own.

    Blissful Shakespeare
    Celebrate the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth
    with Blissful Tales from Shakespeare with Salon: Collective. This wonderful theatre company (patron: Miriam Margoyles) explores Shakespeare’s sonnets expressing the highs and lows of love.

    Saturday 1 March, 4.30pm, Guildhall, £7.50. Book Tickets

    Virginia Woolfs Garden
    For an unusual and charming take on Virginia Woolf on the 85th anniversary of A Room of One’s Own, homeware designer Caroline Zoob looks at the garden Woolf most loved. One-time custodian of the garden at Monk’s House in Sussex, Zoob’s analysis gives a fascinating insight into Woolf’s life.

    Monday 3 March, 1pm, Guildhall, £7.50. Book Tickets

    Mark Watson
    Say Happy Birthday, Germaine! with our Great Big Comedy Night celebrating women in comedy, featuring Mary Bourke (star of sell-out Edinburgh show Muffragette), Rachel Parris (from Channel 4’s The IT Crowd), Ellie Taylor (8 out of 10 Cats) and token male headliner Mark Watson (Live at the Apollo).

    Friday 7 March, 7.30pm, Komedia, £15 Book Tickets