Celebrate with Bath Festivals!

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

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