The Bath Festival At Home programme revealed!


Today we’re thrilled to reveal the festival events that will be filmed and broadcast digitally as The Bath Festival At Home. From 28 May to 11 June, audiences will be able to watch and listen to internationally acclaimed musicians and bestselling authors from the comfort of their own homes. The digital events will be accompanied by a visual celebration of the historic city of Bath and will be available to watch on demand for free for two weeks.

The digital events featured in The Bath Festival At Home are:

The Gesualdo Six at the Roman Baths
Bath Festival Orchestra in Bath Abbey
Tez Ilyas
Caroline Hirons
House of Music: Raising the Kanneh-Masons
Breathtaking: Inside the NHS in a Time of the Pandemic
The Comfort and Joy of Books
How to Look After Yourself in a Chaotic World
Bridgerton Walking Tour
The Life of Music with Nicholas Kenyon
The Heath Quartet
The Time Traveller’s Guide to Regency Britain.

Those who may not be able to gather in person will be able to enjoy The Bath Festival At Home with a feast for the eyes, ears and minds. For two weeks, audiences will be able to dip into the programme at their leisure and enjoy The Bath Festival experience in the comfort of their own homes.

Also coming soon is Bath Reads, an innovative Bath Festivals project supported by the retiring Mayor of Bath Cllr Manda Rigby and the Charter Trustees of the City of Bath. Five amazing books. Five fantastic local authors. We’re delighted to announce that Bath Reads 2021 will feature books by Natasha Pulley, Lucy Diamond, Joanna Nadin, Tim Weaver and Jessica Gaitan Johannesson. So whether you’re part of a book group and want to choose local for your next bookish chat, or you’re a keen reader looking for a new book to fall in love with, keep a look out for more information in the coming weeks.

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