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What’s on 17 MAY ¬ 14 JUNE FAMILY FUN


27 MAY RECYCLED BOOK CLINIC n Breathe new life into an ex-library book by rebinding, painting, cutting or maybe collaging it – there are no rules, just use your imagination! This year’s competition launches on 27 May with sponsors The Makery running a Recycled Book Clinic. 10.30am-1pm, Bath Central Library; recycled_ bookcompetition@bathnes.gov.uk


27 MAY YOUNG CHEFS WORKSHOP n If you have aspiring chefs at home, why not send them on a young chefs course during half term? Demuths helps youngsters


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20 MAY SCIENCE TALK n Professor Saiful Islam from Bath University gives a public talk (with 3D specs for all) on green energy materials in 3D as part of the Pint of Science festival. 7pm, The Assembly Inn; www.pintofscience.com


23 MAY


AN EVENING WITH TIM WINTON n Award-winning Australian literary superstar Tim Winton will be checking in to the Bibliotherapy Room at Mr B’s, to introduce guests to his new novel Eyrie. 7pm, £14, Mr B’s Emporium; www.mrbsemporium.com


23 MAY – 8 JUNE BATH FRINGE FESTIVAL n A programme bursting with theatre, dance, music, visual arts, comedy, children’s festival, street theatre and circus. Expect around 200 events from performers from around the world. Various venues; www.bathfringe.co.uk


25 MAY


BELCOMBE COURT OPEN GARDEN n The British Red Cross welcomes visitors to Belcombe Court, to wander its gardens, peruse stalls and see Hebridean lambs frolicking in the park. 2pm-6pm, £5, Belcombe Court, Bradford on Avon; www.belcombecourt.com


28 MAY – 31 MAY THE ROYAL BATH AND WEST SHOW n One of the oldest surviving agricultural shows in England, this four day show is a day out for all the family. There’s livestock, fairground rides, miniature train rides, locally produced food and drink, the Eco-Zone and the latest agricultural technology. 9am-6pm, The Showground; www.bathandwest.com


29 MAY KATE NOBLE TALK n Kate will talk about ‘what the artist with errant vision sees’ with reference to Rembrandt, El Greco, Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, and talk about ‘Putting Godney on the Map’ – a group of oil paintings done over a year. 7.30pm, £4, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution; www.brlsi.org


31 MAY JUDY’S AFFORDABLE VINTAGE SALE n The finest purveyors of vintage items from the 1920s to 1980s brought together to create an eclectic marketplace. Expect fashion, homewares, collectables, and tea and cake. 11am-4pm, £2, The Guildhall; www.judysvintagefair.co.uk


n Professor Saiful Islam gives a talk at The Assembly Inn, 20 May


7 JUNE PARTY IN THE PARK


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n A plant sale with 20 local nurseries selling rare plants, the Canary Bar talking about the botanicals in their Bath Gin, plus food from Sam’s Kitchen, a kids planting workshop from Atelier Nursery, guided walks and Bath in Bloom bringing 50 sunflowers to celebrate 50 years since Bath first won Britain in Bloom. 10am-4pm, Royal Victoria Park; www.plantspartyinthepark.co.uk


13 JUNE ECO-CHEF TOM HUNT n Acclaimed eco-chef Tom Hunt introduces an exciting approach to cooking with The Natural Cook: Eating the Seasons from Root to Fruit. As pioneer of Forgotten Feasts, owner of Poco in Bristol, and winner of the Observer Food award for Most Ethical Restaurant, he has a wealth of expertise on sustainable cuisine. Join him as he shares tips for making delicious meals with ethically sourced ingredients. 7.30pm, £10, Topping & Co; www.toppingbooks.co.uk BL


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with spice mixes, bread making, knife skills and puddings, and sends them home with recipes to recreate. 10am-1pm, £45, Demuths Cookery School; www. vegetariancookeryschool.com


28 MAY


BUNTING AND HEARTS n Customise and decorate your own felt bunting or maybe make a funky felt heart in this sewing workshop with crafter Molly Gibbons. 10.30am-12.30pm, £12, New Oriel Hall; www. mollyscaptivatingcrafts.com


30 & 31 MAY


JACK AND THE BEANSTALK n This classic fairytale gets the


n Jack and the Beanstalk, the egg, 30 & 31 May


Lyngo Theatre treatment. Expect lots of surprises, an exciting story and beautiful images as Jack sells his cow for five magic beans and


finds himself in the land above the clouds. 11.30am and 3pm, £6.50/£7.50, the egg; www.theatreroyal.org.uk/the-egg


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