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  • Fun Things For Kids to Do While Staying at Home

    With everyone staying at home, children are in need of more entertainment than ever! Therefore, we have compiled a list of activities, author & illustrator streams and useful links to other resources. 20 activities 1. Unleash your inner artist and draw each of your family members in a family portrait, not forgetting your lovely pets. […]

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  • Your Virtual Weekend: A Guide to Online Arts and Culture

    While almost every concert, book tour and theatre performance due to take place this weekend has been postponed or cancelled, musicians, authors and artists are coming together to share inspiring content from all corners of the globe. This is our guide to just a few of the amazing gigs, concerts, shows, exhibitions, playlists and more […]

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  • Spotify Playlist: Our Dream Beethoven Quartet Cycle (Part 1)

    We are so disappointed that we can’t kick off our Beethoven Cycle with the Carducci Quartet on Friday. For James Waters (Classical Music Programmer), the only consolation has been to create a dream Beethoven Quartet cycle from great quartets both current and past. If you’re craving some Beethoven this weekend, enjoy the Spotify playlists below […]

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  • Thank You For The Music #1

    As the Bath Festivals team is working from home this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the tracks that inspire us during these uncertain times. Introducing #ThankYouForTheMusic, a regular feature that is our way of sharing the songs we love and also thanking the incredible musicians who gifted them to the […]

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  • Shelf Isolation #1

    While the Bath Festivals team is self-distancing this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the books on our shelves that inspire us during these uncertain times. Keep an eye on our blog and social media for regular recommendations from the Bath Festivals team! First up with her Shelf Isolation books is […]

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  • Bath Festivals COVID-19 Statement 20.03.2020

    We write in the face of the fast changing and challenging situation. Our thoughts are with you all and we are hugely grateful for your patience and support at this time. The wellbeing of our audiences, partners, staff, volunteers, artists and community is paramount. Due to the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 virus and the […]

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  • COVID19 Update 17/03/20

    Given the rapidly increasing scale of the COVID19 challenge and the government’s latest update the Bath Festivals Board are meeting tomorrow evening.  We are working to be in a position to provide greater clarity by the end of this week. We appreciate your patience at this difficult time. We will communicate to our bookers, through […]

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  • It’s time to enter Bath Introduces!

    Bath Introduces: Bath’s biggest and best talent competition Bath Festivals and Moles launch the 2020 music contest The hunt is on to find the best unsigned musical talent to play the main stage at The Bath Festival Finale Weekend in May and win a day’s recording at the prestigious Real World Studios. This is the […]

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  • Bookish Fun with Chicken House

    To celebrate our love of books, we made our way to Cheese & Grain, Frome on Valentine’s Day to invite in twelve schools from the surrounding areas to an immense day of bookish fun. In a rather romantic way, we paired up with Chicken House and Little Things Magazine (both based in Frome) to hear […]

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  • Corona Virus Information

    Corona Virus Information – 05/03/2020 There are no current plans to cancel or postpone The Bath Festival 15 – 24 May 2020 and the Beethoven concerts 27th – 28th March 2020. We recognise the international response to Coronavirus is changing on a daily basis and we are taking advice from public health officials and making […]

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