Local Events Bath

Bath Treasure Hunt with 20% off at the finishing Treasure (the pub)
10am - 10pm

The Great Game is a daily exciting Treasure Hunt that you do on your own time when ever you want around the beautiful City of Bath. Upon purchasing your ticket please email info@ggtreasurehunts.com to redeem. There a different tickets for different groups of people. 
Single route - for 1-2 people or 3-4 people is great for seeing the sights and using your brain.
Once the ticket is redeemed via email your treasure hunt pack will be mailed out to you so please provided your address in your email. Each pack includes discount wrist bands for each player, a clipboard, a real compass, a map, the clues sheet, a prize sheet, a brief history of Bath and a pen.
Let us know the time you wish to begin your hunt and we will book you a table at the finishing "Treasure" a historic Bath Pub steeped in History, where you will 20% off your food and drink bill.
The Hunt starts at Bath Train Station and takes roughly 2-3 hours to complete, solving clues and riddles and puzzles as you wind through Bath viewing the sites of the city and trying to find the "Treasure" - The pub, where you simply show your Treasure Hunt wrist band to the staff to get your 20% discount on your food and drink bill.
You will be sure to have a fantastic half day or evening out!
Bath Allied Health Professional Networking Meeting (April)
12pm - 4:15pm

What to expect:
Presentations on: 

Thin bones: who to treat, with what, for how long (and how to find them – SCOOP), Shane Clarke, Consultant Rheumatologist, Bristol Royal Infirmary
National Osteoporosis Society Update, Will Carr, Head of Service Delivery
FLS-DB Audit: update, Clare Cockill, Osteoporosis & Fracture Liaison Specialist Nurse, Yeovil & District Hospital
Stop at One: what is it, campaign impact to date and its future, Claire Bovey, Marketing Communications Officer, NOS
Review meetings so far: what do you want in future?

Registration closes on 20th April 
Who can attend this event? 
This event is open to all allied health professionals who are members of the National Osteoporosis Society AHP Network.
This network is FREE to join and provides the opportunity to network with colleagues in an informal setting. It also provides information on further training events throughout the UK. If you wish to join the network please contact Ellen Devine  or go to: www.nos.org.uk/ahpnetwork  
The Network includes: osteoporosis specialist nurses; fracture liaison/prevention nurses; other specialist nurses; research nurses; radiographers; physiotherapists; falls nurses/prevention coordinators; occupational therapists; health advisors; community matrons; rheumatology nurses; dieticians; and pharmacists. The network is not intended for generalists or clinicians in the field; it is also not open to employees of pharmaceutical companies or corporate organisations.
Terms and conditions
Delegate names, job titles and place of work will be made available to attendees, by registering to attend this event you agree to the National Osteoporosis Society using your data for this purpose.

The Great British Get Together
1pm - 7pm

This event looks to involve some key British culture, including food, drink and other forms of UK traditions. Some of the traditions include British pies, tea, cakes, locally brewed ales, British music and possibly some British fair games. We believe this event will be a chance for the general public of Bath and visiting Tourists to celebrate the Great British Culture and enjoy what we have to offer. A perfect day out for families, students, local residents and tourists!
Prosecco and afternoon tea Talking Tropic
5pm - 7pm

Prosecco and afternoon tea nibbles are served to show off the fabulous new Spring Summer Collection of Tropic Skincare.  Showcasing Shampoo and Haircare and Self Tanning Mousse and celebrating natural skincare that cares for your skin and the planet.
Come along, it's Friday evening and you deserve a little pampering.  Cost of the ticket is refunded with any orders over £30 made on the evening.
Meet and Greet @ Rupert and Buckley
Rupert and Buckley's Social Calendar
6pm - 8:30pm

Rupert and Buckley Bath is holding a ‘meet and greet’ social evening for Baths businesses, retailers, and their employees, as well as the general public.

It's a chance for all types of businesses to come together, meet and find out about the R&B brand.

We will be serving free drinks and be giving out a unique and bespoke discount for the entire evening. There will be an opportunity to see how R & B can become involved and collaborate with your local businesses.

This is also a brilliant opportunity for retail staff to all meet and make new friends in Bath.

We can't wait to see you all!

If you wish to invite a large party, do email [masked] so we can accommodate your needs.


REAL Women - April 27th, 2018
7pm - 9:30pm

A gathering of women from across the City of Bath, meeting in a relaxed environment, encourgaing one another through shared stories of walking through various seasons of life, knowing Jesus! ALL women are welcome, wherever you are at in your life journey. 
Monthly Drinks!
Bath Girls and Guys 20s and 30s (ish)
7:30pm - 11:55pm

Let’s get together for monthly end of month drinks, catch up and also welcome new members that have recently joined .

We're going to try Graze this time, next to the train station.

See you there!
Bath And District- Anything-goes Social Society
7:30pm - 10pm

We start at 8pm sharp

Come and play two full games each of


Full explanation on the night for those not sure of the rules

Cost ..........£10 ( includes shoe hire if wearing black soles or high heals)
Made in Dagenham
7:30pm - 10:30pm

Rita O'Grady (Sally Hawkins) works for the Ford Motor Co. plant in Dagenham, England. Despite performing the specialized task of sewing upholstery for car seats, women are classified as unskilled labor and paid much less than men. Encouraged by a sympathetic union representative, Rita agrees to bring the women's grievances to Ford. The meeting goes badly and, outraged by the company's lack of respect for them, Rita leads her colleagues to strike.
It dramatises the Ford sewing machinists strike of 1968 that aimed for equal pay for women. The film's theme song, with lyrics by Billy Bragg, is performed by Sandie Shaw, herself a native of the area and a former Ford Dagenham clerk.
Soul/funk night at the TUNNELS
The Bath & Bristol Everything Meetup Group
8pm - 11:59pm

B R James and band featuring Soul Funk and rare groove. Real music
Tickets on the door £8
I will meet you at the bar wearing a Meetup badge.
Friday 27th April - Soul Strutters
9pm - 3am

Friday 27th April - Soul StruttersFree entry - First come first serve.Drinking and Dancing doors open at 5pm with 2-4-1 on cocktails until 8pm.To guarantee entry: Guestlist or Table reservations - https://www.walcothousebath.com/contact/Main room: The Soul Strutters from 9pm. DJ from 11pm-lateDue to high demand the Soul Strutters are back at Walcot House. The Soul Strutters are a collective of professional musicians from Bristol who love nothing more than performing specially handpicked songs from the golden era of Funk, Soul, Disco and Rare Groove.They are widely regarded as one of the busiest Funk and Soul bands going.Formed at last-minute in October 2012 for a cocktail function, The Soul Strutters gelled immediately after the first 4-bars of ‘Use me Up’ by Bill Withers was performed. From then on, the band were playing the circuit of live music venues near enough every weekend around the Bristol and surrounding area to the present day, solely through word of mouth.The group was founded on a mutual love and respect for the music they grew up on and have always wanted to perform, and from the sheer smiles on their faces from start to finish, it’s clear that the passion and enjoyment radiates through to the audience.By the end of 2016, Soul Strutters have completed over 900 gigs and over 200 weddings all over Britain, with 2017 proving to be their busiest year yet.Unlike many wedding and corporate function bands, the Soul Strutters formed absolutely organically, with the single intention of jamming together for fun. Since then, they have become a full-time band gigging at a variety of special events, including weddings, anniversaries, birthday celebrations and charity events.With a professional attitude towards all bookings you can be assured that the Soul Strutters will surpass your requirements, and put on a great show for your event, bringing all of their enthusiasm and passion to your stage. Whether it is a small intimate pub gig, a background entertainment in a restaurant, a live music venue or a wedding, it won’t be one that your guests will forget, and you’ll struggle to find a live performance tighter than The Strutters!- Eric Mylod-Okafu (Bass and vocals)- Jack Baldus (Keyboards, talkbox)- James Arbery (Guitars)- Barney Sage (Drums)

Long Running Events:

Pencil To Paint: Apr - Jun 2018
18th April - 13th June

“I think that painting today is pure intuition and luck.”
Francis Bacon on Matthew Smith (1909-1992)
For most of us, our relationship with art begins with a line. We take a pencil or a crayon and delineate our idea. In our enthusiasm, we may even attempt to colour it in. In the experience of many, that attempt leads only to disappointment. We know that a painting is more than just a coloured-in drawing, but how do we do it? What exactly is the difference?
This course explores the gulf between drawing and painting and then seeks to provide a bridge between the two disciplines. Beginning with simple pencil studies, we will then develop our work in both charcoal and ink, gaining confidence in our abilities, before embarking on five weeks of painting in bold colour.
This course is open to all-comers and is ideal for beginners or those who wish to take their art in a new direction. 
The theme for this particular 8 week Pencil To Paint course will be abstraction and we will look at how form, gesture and emotion all play their part in successful picture-making, regardless of genre.
Topics will include:
Line, measurement and proportion
Colour: theory and mixing
Tables and chairs and a roll of newsprint paper are provided. Please bring a drawing board, paper or pad and your preferred drawing media. Materials required for sessions using colour will be discussed nearer the time.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available for a small donation.
16:30 - 18:00
Wednesdays:  18, 25 April; 02, 09, 23, 30 May; 06, 13 June (8 x 1.5 hour sessions)