Focus on Bath – The Old Theatre Royal and Masonic Museum

Hidden around the back of Marks and Spencer’s, down a non-descript cobbled street in Bath, is a treasure of a building that preserves an important part of the city’s history. Few visitors seek it out, but those who do are well rewarded with a fascinating glimpse into the past, and I urge both visitors and

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Love is all around…in Bath

There are plenty of reasons to believe Bath is the city of Love – not only is the famous Pultney Bridge built by Robert Adam in 1774 based upon the Ponte Vecchio and Ponte di Rialto in those most romantic of cities Florence and Venice respectively; but Bath was chosen as the setting for most

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The Theatre Royal welcomes Rambert this autumn

The Theatre Royal in Bath welcomes the latest Rambert masterpiece from 31st October until 2nd November, and its set to impress with its world class dancers and stunning choreography. Rambert is world-famous for producing some of the most breathtaking performances ever to take to the UK stage, so the premier of ‘The Castaways’ is set

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