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CORSTON VILLAGE HALL,
BATH

Big Breakfast Sunday 28th September 9am-12noon

English £4 inc.toast cereal and juice

Continental £2

tea/coffee 50p

great value, good company

Price:
Website:

allcommunity.co.uk/corstonvillagehall/

4/09/2014 to 23/10/2014

Kingston Parade,
Bath

HISTORY MAKERS OF BATH – HEROES, HEROINES AND VILLAINS

A vibrant free seven weeks outdoor exhibition display supporting the new Cancer Centre at the Royal United Hospital, Bath

Price:
FREE
Kingston Parade,
Bath

HISTORY MAKERS OF BATH – HEROES, HEROINES AND VILLAINS

A vibrant free seven weeks outdoor exhibition display supporting the new Cancer Centre at the Royal United Hospital, Bath

Price:
FREE

1/10/2014 to 31/10/2014

The Assembly Room Inn,
Bath

The Assembly are celebrating Cask Ale Week with a new real ale, Wills Neck a SIBA National gold medal winner from Quantock Brewery 4.3%.

Price:
Beer and Food Festival: Free

18/10/2014 to 4/01/2015

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The Holburne Museum,
BATH
Price:
FREE Admission, All Welcome
Website:

Holly Davey

The Nameless Grace

 

A look at the forgotten existence of the Holburne sisters

 

Exhibition: Sat 18 Oct-4 Jan 2015, Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm

The Wirth Gallery, The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2 4DB

Free Admission, All Welcome

Box Office: 01225 386777 www.bath.ac.uk/icia
Artist Holly Davey was invited to undertake a period of research within the museum’s collections, developing a fascination in the three Holburne sisters. Working with objects from the collection and research surrounding the period, Davey’s installation at The Holburne Museum blurs the boundaries between fact and fiction, encouraging the audience to reflect on and reanimate the hidden and largely forgotten existence of these women’s lives.

The second part of the exhibition will be shown as part of the opening programme in the Centre for the Arts, University of Bath in February 2015.

A Co-commission between ICIA and The Holburne Museum

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