Our team have been working hard to find alternative dates for the events that were due to take place this Spring. We thank you for your patience and are pleased to now be able to share with you our rescheduled plans. Please see below a complete list of rescheduled and cancelled events. All ticketholders will be contacted individually.

Rescheduled events:

The Bath Festival Finale Weekend
Rescheduled to 29-30 May 2021. Click here to find out more.

The Beethoven String Quartets

BHA Beethoven String Quartet with Carducci String Quartet, Saturday 20 March 2021, 11am
BHB Beethoven String Quartet with Carducci String Quartet, Saturday 20 March 2021, 7.30pm
BHC Beethoven String Quartet with Carducci String Quartet, Sunday 21 March 2021, 11am
BHD Beethoven String Quartet with Heath Quartet, Friday 5 March 2021, 7.30pm
BHE Beethoven String Quartet with Heath Quartet,  Saturday 6 March 2021, 11am
BHF Beethoven String Quartet with Heath Quartet, Saturday 6 March 2021, 7.30pm

Beethoven: The Man Revealed with John Suchet, Saturday 22 May 2021, 3pm

The Bath Festival Rescheduled to November 2020 Bath at Christmas weekend

Grayson Perry: National Treasure (G1), 28 November 2020, 4pm – 5pm

 Bath at Christmas weekend reschedule

Introducing Bath Festival Orchestra5 December 2020, 2pn

The Bath Festival
Rescheduled for 2021

Adam Buxton (H3) 6 March 2021, 11am – 12pm
John Grant + Teddy Thompson (A20), 2 October 2021, 8pm
La Voix Humaine (LVH), 17-21 May 2021
Concert For The People of Bath (F11),20th May 2021, 7.30pm
Symphony of Sorrowful Songs (B20), 16 May 2021, 8.15pm – 9.15pm
Patti Smith (G16), 28 May 2021, 8pm

Rachel Parris (B17), 27 November 2021, 2pm – 3.45pm

The Bath Festival
Rescheduled, date to be confirmed


Cancelled events:

The Bath Festival 2020/ Rescheduled November Weekend 2020

Frome: The Compassion Project (A1) Saturday 16 May
ToulouseLautrec: Celebrating Difference (A2) Saturday 16 May
Kathryn Rudge, mezzo soprano (A51) Saturday 16 May
Ian McEwan: My Life in Books and Music (A4) Saturday 16 May
Come Sing Brahms Workshop (A6) Saturday 16 May
Petina Gappah (A7) Saturday 16 May
Feel-Good Fiction (A8) Saturday 16 May
NotreDame: The Soul of France (A10) Saturday 16 May
Patrick Ness (A11) Saturday 16 May
Shahnaz Ahsan and Paul Mendez (A12) Saturday 16 May
Wagner: The View from the Villa (A14) Saturday 16 May
Laura Dockrill (A15) Saturday 16 May
Burning Eye Books Showcase (A17) Saturday 16 May
Brahms German Requiem (A19) Saturday 16 May
Jan Blake (A21) Saturday 16 May
Orchestral Workshop (B1) Sunday 17 May
A Local Guide to Sustainable Living (B3) Sunday 17 May
Bertrand Chamayou, piano (B5) Sunday 17 May
Life Goes On (B6) Sunday 17 May
Rowan Hisayo Buchanan and Naoise Dolan (B7) Sunday 17 May
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks (B9) Sunday 17 May
Raise the Bar Presents Buddy Wakefield (B10) Sunday 17 May
Explaining Humans (B11) Sunday 17 May
James Shapiro (B12) Sunday 17 May
Life. Death. Whatever (B14) Sunday 17 May
Chris Wood (B15) Sunday 17 May
Neil Gaiman: Ray Bradbury at 100 (B16) Sunday 17 May
Roger Robinson followed by the Tongue Fu band (B19) Sunday 17 May
Creative Writing with Sam Weller (C1) Monday 18 May
Timothy Ridout, viola (C3) Monday 18 May
Oliver Craske on Ravi Shankar (C4) Monday 18 May
Lunch with John Partridge (C5) Monday 18 May
A History of Britain Through Books (C6) Monday 18 May
10 Lessons for an Ageing World (C7) Monday 18 May
Anthology Launch (C8) Monday 18 May
Novel Nights (C9) Monday 18 May
Bath Festival Orchestra (C10) Monday 18 May
Creative Writing with Kim Sherwood (D1) Tuesday 19 May
Jonian Illias Kadesha, violin (D3) Tuesday 19 May
The Story of Ideas (D4) Tuesday 19 May
The Mitford Sisters: A Lasting Legacy (D5) Tuesday 19 May
The Untold Story of the Falklands (D6) Tuesday 19 May
The Glossy Years (D8) Tuesday 19 May
James Runcie: The Road to Grantchester (D9) Tuesday 19 May
A.C. Grayling on Democracy (D10) Tuesday 19 May
Get The Blessing (D13) Tuesday 19 May
YNG XI Presents… (D14) Tuesday 19 May
The Great American Songbook (D16) Tuesday 19 May
Matilda Lloyd, trumpet (E1) Wednesday 20 May
Emily Eavis (E6) Wednesday 20 May
The Gesualdo Six: Great English Motets (E7) Wednesday 20 May
Empirical (E8) Wednesday 20 May
Valentine Warner (E9) Wednesday 20 May
Nikita Gill and Mimi Khalvati (E10) Wednesday 20 May
Martin James Bartlett, piano (F3) Thursday 21 May
The Regency Revolution (F4) Thursday 21 May
Forgotten Stories (F6) Thursday 21 May
My Lost Family (F7) Thursday 21 May
Frans Bookshop Live (F10) Thursday 21 May
The Dodge Brothers and Neil Brand (F12) Thursday 21 May
My Father’s War and What Remains (G2) Friday 22 May
Joanna Trollope (G3) Friday 22 May
Sean Shibe, guitar (G4) Friday 22 May
Apocalypse How? (G6) Friday 22 May
Patrick Barkham (G8) Friday 22 May
Nicci French: It’s Better With Two (G9) Friday 22 May
The Photographer of the Lost (G11) Friday 22 May
Outside the Stereotypes (G14) Friday 22 May
Around the World in 10 Books (H2) Saturday 23 May
Britain’s Knitted History (J1) Sunday 24 May
Tayari Jones (J5) Sunday 24 May

November rescheduled weekend cancelled events

Green is the New Black (D12) 5 November 2020, 5.45pm – 6.45pm
The Lost Decade 2010-2020 (G12) 5 November 2020, 6pm – 7pm
Kiran Millwood Hargrave (D11) 5 November 2020, 7pm – 8pm
The Power of Poetry in Uncertain Times (F13), 5 November 2020, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Robert Webb (F14), 5 November 2020, 8pm – 9pm
Alternative Austen (D7), 6 November 2020, 11am – 12pm
Beowulf (E2), 6 November 2020, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Alison Weir (G7), 6 November 2020, 1pm – 2pm
Massacre, Revenge and the Raj (F5), 6 November 2020, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Celebrating Charles Dickens (E3), 6 November 2020, 3pm – 4pm
Around the World in 80 Trees (E4), 6 November 2020, 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Alastair Campbell (H4), 6 November 2020, 5pm – 6pm
David Lammy (F9), 6 November 2020, 6.45pm – 7.45pm
The Path to Publication (A9), 6 November 2020, 7pm – 8pm
Caroline Hirons: Skincare (F8), 6 November 2020, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Richard Herring (G15), 6 November 2020, 8.30pm – 9.30pm
Michael Frayn & Claire Tomalin (F2), 7 November 2020, 10.30am – 11.30am
Wordsworth at 250 (F1), 7 November 2020, 10.45am – 11.45am
The Science of Fate (H5), 7 November 2020, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Claudia Hammond: The Art of Rest (H8), 7 November 2020, 12.30pm-1.30pm
The Cost of Education (C11) 12.45pm – 1.45pm 7 November 2020
The Windrush Generation (G10), 7 November 2020, 1.45pm – 2.45pm
The Prime Ministers (E5), 7 November 2020, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Monty Halls: My Family and the Galapagos (B13), 7 November 2020, 3.15pm – 4.15pm
How to Build a Healthy Brain (G5), 7 November 2020, 4pm – 5pm
Simon Mayo (A13), 7 November 2020, 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Adam Rutherford (A3), 7 November 2020, 5.45pm – 6.45pm
Raynor Winn (A16),  7 November 2020, 6.30pm – 7.30pm
There Will Be Cake (A18) 7 November 2020, 8.15pm – 9.30pm
Marcus Brigstocke’s Sunday Papers (B2) 8 November 2020, 10am-11.30am
Sometimes in Bath (D2), 8 November 2020, 10.30am – 11.30am
Bad Mothers (B4) 8 November 2020, 10.45am – 11.45am
A Doctor’s Story of Love and Loss (H1) 8 November 2020, 11am – 12pm
Dresden: The Fire & The Darkness (C2), 8 November 2020, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Mark Billingham (J2) 8 November 2020, 1pm – 2pm
Emma Gannon and Emma Jane Unsworth (J3) 8 November 2020, 1pm – 2pm
Gimson’s Presidents (H9), 8 November 2020, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
The Call of the Wild (H7), 8 November 2020, 3pm – 4pm
George Alagiah (B8), 8 November 2020, 3pm – 4pm
Lionel Shriver (H6), 8 November 2020, 4.30pm – 5.30pm
First on the Scene (J4), 8 November 2020, 5.15pm – 6.15pm
Rachel Johnson (D15), 8 November 2020, 6pm – 7pm
Secret Service Brainteaser Quiz Night (B18), 8 November 2020, 7pm – 8.30pm
Stanley Donwood (G13), 8 November 2020 7.30pm – 8.30pm

All ticketholders will be contacted individually.