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Join us for our annual Carols by Candlelight concert evening at St Michael's. Last year we sold out, so please book early! The evening begins at 7.30pm with Buck's Fizz, followed at 8pm by a main course sit-down meal, served with wine. The Choir will begin their concert at 9pm and will include some traditional Carols so that we can all join in. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served after the Carols and the event will close at around 10.15pm. Menu: Steak and ale pie or salmon steak in watercress sauce or vegetable moussaka, all served with Dauphinoise and new potatoes and a selection of vegetables. (Please state your menu choice or dietary requirements when booking). Dress: Black Tie or lounge suit
Venue: St Michael's Without, Walcot Street, Bath
Ska/Jazz band from Australia, formed in 1999
Chris Wood is an uncompromising writer whose music reveals his love for the unofficial history of the English-speaking people. With gentle intelligence he weaves the tradition with his own contemporary parables, and his writing has been said to share the same timeless quality as Richard Thompson at his best.
See one of the UK's most remarkable folk singers play heartbreaking melodies from his acclaimed new album
As founding member of Fascinating Aida, Dillie has amassed over 17 million hits on Youtube for their charming and now infamous takes on a variety of topics from Cheap Flights to OFSTED to Dillie's notorious ode to dogging, which itself has reached 2 million hits so far.
With brand new tunes, grand old favourites, gorgeous songs of love and hilarious songs of utter wickedness, Dillie will break your heart, mend it again and have it sent to the cleaners for pressing. And she'll give you her recipe for chutney while she's at it..
After selling out on their recent visit, Basil and staff are back by popular demand to give you another chance to enjoy this unique and interactive comedy dining experience. Everything that can go wrong will go wrong, in beautifully controlled chaos, while you enjoy your excellent lunch.
Four actors from the Moonstone Theatre Company will reinvent the characters of Basil, Sybil, Polly and Manuel and serve your meal in Fawlty Towers style. LUNCH: Braised brisket of British beef and root vegetable casserole with mashed potatoes; bread and butter pudding with vanilla custard; coffee. V: Three bean cassoulet with tomato and tarragon sauce.
Handel's famous oratorio - the story of Jesus' life told in magnificent music.
The ultimate festive event returns with this spine-tinglingly atmospheric recreation of Handel's Messiah as it would have sounded at its 1742 premiere. This acclaimed orchestra, whose assembled players are some of the leading performers on period instruments in the UK, creates a complete re-enactment of the 18th century concert experience in an exquisite performance of Handel's great celebratory masterpiece.
Chef and author.
Magician and mind reader who came to prominence in Britain's Got Talent 2015.
In a vain attempt at bourgeois credibility, Manchester's sharp-dressed, sharp-delivering punk poet Lenny, changed his name to John Cooper Clarke and embarked on a ?polysyllabic excursion though Thrillsville'! Clad in the slum chic of the hipster, he issued the slang anthems of the zip age in the desperate esperanto of bop. Expect a mix of hilarious anecdotes of life in a Northern town interspersed with machine-gun fast delivery of some of his best poems. If you think poetry is dull and boring, or posh and erudite - you haven't seen JCC!
The smash hit show returns authentically recreating the sublime harmonies, slick moves, stylish looks and legendary musicianship that were the making of Motown.
Baby Love - 50 Years of No1 UK Hits Tour. Featuring more chart toppers than ever before, with the music of the Four Tops, Supremes, Temptations, Jackson 5, Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie, the show marks the official arrival of Motown style, sophistication and musical brilliance to these shores.
A sassy, tongue-in-cheek take on the female vocal groups of the 1930s and 1940s.
Formed in Coventry in 1979 The Selecter spearheaded the Two Tone movement along with The Specials and Madness. Fronted by Pauline Black, they first hit the airwaves with the classic On My Radio, as well as countless other hit singles. The band split at the height of their popularity in 1981 but reformed 10 years later.