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Comic Workshop: Phoenix & Bath Rugby

Comic Workshop: Phoenix & Bath Rugby

Organisation: Telegraph Bath Children`s Literature Festival

Date: 29 Aug 2014, 2:00pm

Price: £12.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Bath Rugby Clubhouse, The Recreation Ground, Bath, BA2 4DS

Do you love comics as much as we do? Why not join the Phoenix and Bath Rugby’s Junior Membership Club leader, Maximus, at this brilliant workshop and create your very. More details…

The BIBA Years: 1963-1975

The BIBA Years: 1963-1975

Organisation: B&NES Heritage Services

Date: 08 Sep 2014, 6:00pm

Price: £12.00 to £15.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Assembly Rooms, Bath, BA2 2QH

Join Barbara Hulanicki OBE, discussing her latest publication with Iain R Webb, fashion writer and professor at the Royal College of Art. More details…

Longbourn with Jo Baker

Longbourn with Jo Baker

Organisations: Jane Austen Festival, Theatre Royal, Bath

Date: Friday 12 September, 12 noon

Price: £10

Venue: Theatre Royal, Sawclose, Bath, BA1 1ET

Pride & Prejudice, the servants' story at The Jane Austen Festival. More details…
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Pre-Festival Get Together

Pre-Festival Get Together

Organisations: Jane Austen Festival, Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution

Date: 12 Sep 2014, 6:00pm

Price: £12.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN

An ideal opportunity to meet up with old friends or make some new ones, particularly if this is your first Jane Austen Festival. This informal gathering, where costume is welcome. More details…

Jane Austen's Bath: Walking Tour

Jane Austen's Bath: Walking Tour

Organisation: Jane Austen Festival

Date: Saturday 13 September, 12 noon

Price: £12, £10 concessions

Venue: KC Change, Abbey Churchyard, Bath

Discover the places Jane Austen knew well and wrote about in her letters and two Bath novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. More details…
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Pride & Prejudice at the Fayre

Pride & Prejudice at the Fayre

Organisation: Jane Austen Festival

Date: Saturday 13 September, 12.15pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm, 3.15pm

Price: 3

Venue: Guildhall, High Street, Bath, BA1 5AW

Set aside from the busy fayre and easily accessible on the ground floor, are four 20 minute performances of this very funny adaptation of Pride & Prejudice, the condensed version by Aardvark Theatre Company. More details…
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Young Writers Lab

Young Writers Lab

Organisation: The Independent Bath Literature Festival

Date: 14 Jun to 08 Nov 2014, 2:00pm

Price: £4.40 to £5.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Holburne Museum of Art, Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2 4DB

If you love writing and would like to work with writer, Alice Maddicott, and other young writers to develop your skills then join us for monthly workshops at the Holburne. More details…

Rummaging Through the Reticule

Rummaging Through the Reticule

Organisation: Jane Austen Festival

Date: 13 Sep 2014, 4:00pm

Price: £12.00 | Book Now!

Venue: Kinwarton, 3 Upper Camden Place

What did Jane Austen and her characters keep in their reticules? All will be revealed when the contents of this 18th Century handbag are spilt in the privacy of a. More details…

Jane Austen's Bath: Walking Tour

Jane Austen's Bath: Walking Tour

Organisation: Jane Austen Festival

Date: Sunday 14 September, 11am

Price: £12, £10 concessions

Venue: KC Change, Abbey Churchyard, Bath

Discover the places Jane Austen knew well and wrote about in her letters and two Bath novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. More details…
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Reading Mansfield Park the novel: Day One

Reading Mansfield Park the novel: Day One

Organisation: Jane Austen Festival

Date: Sunday 14 September, 2-3.30pm

Price: Free

Venue: Bath Central Library, The Podium, Bath, BA1 5AN

Over the course of eight days this wonderful novel is being read aloud in Bath Central Library. No need to book just turn up and support the readers.
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