The Tempest, Theater Royal, Bath review

The opening production from Theater Royal, Bath’s Ustinov Studio’s new artistic director Deborah Warner offers dazzling theater at times, and comparatively disappointing moments of flatness at others. Could the small space, providing intimacy one moment and a feeling of being cramped at others have something to do with it? The set by Austrian designer Christof … Read more

Bath’s Herschel Museum to celebrate life and achievements of astronomer

The bicentenary of the death of Bath-based astronomer William Herschel is to be commemorated with a major exhibition to highlight the achievements he made. William Herschel | Image © Bath Preservation Trust The Bath Preservation Trust will hold the exhibition at the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, showing William Herschel’s contribution to our understanding of space. … Read more

Beckford Bottle Shop, Bath: ‘Somewhere to quiet all the bad thoughts’ – restaurant review | food

Beckford Bottle Shop, 5-8 Saville Row, Bath BA1 2QP (01225 809 302; Snacks and small plates £3.75-£7, cheese and charcuterie sharing platters £13, desserts £3.50-£7.50, wines from £24 Anybody with a modicum of imagination dreams occasionally of another life. We find ourselves on a Greek island for a couple of weeks and quickly picture … Read more

Best hotels in Bath Whether you’re a fan of Bridgerton or simply appreciate the city’s elegance, the best hotels in Bath offer the perfect base to soak up the Georgian gem. BEST HOTELS IN BATH REVIEWED BY US Historic Bath is known for its golden-hued buildings, ancient Roman baths and compact center filled with independent boutiques, restaurants and … Read more

Bath City 0-2 Fleet – Ebbsfleet United Football Club

Another 2-0 win and a clean sheet saw Fleet achieve the double over Bath City and maintain the club’s recent run of good results at Twerton Park. Goals at the beginning of each half courtesy of Ben Chapman and substitute Dominic Poleon achieved the same result as last week at home to Eastbourne, but Dennis … Read more

Asking prices rise the most in the south west with Bath ranked top says Rightmove

The spa city of Bath has seen property asking prices rise more than in any other city in Britain, new research has revealed. The Somerset city is known for its Georgian architecture, Roman baths and Britain’s only natural thermal spa. It has seen asking prices increase 15 per cent during the past 12 months, according … Read more