Theatre Bath Bus Fundraising Cabaret @ Rondo Theatre
Mar 25 @ 19:30 – 22:00

Ding! Ding! Next stop the Rondo Theatre.
All aboard for a fantastic night of top quality entertainment.

Hosted by Bath’s favourite comedian and star of the Theatre Royal Bath’s annual Pantomimes, Jon Monie, this promises to be an evening full of theatrical delights, musical wonderment and a few surprises along the way.

Featuring performances from:
*** Toby Thompson – Performance poet ***
*** Ed Browning – Fresh from playing Paul Daniel in BBC’s Poldark ***
*** The mesmerising music of Chloe Tyghe & Guillem Mitchel ***
*** The superb Bath Light Operatic Group ***
*** Jane McLeod – Performance Poet ***
*** The cast of Busk the Musical ***
*** The uber-talented Apricity Theatre ***
*** Maisy Wheatley – Winner of Hayesfield’s Got Talent ***
*** Bath School Of Acting Students ***
*** Oooh Arrr Productions – superb new Local Theatre company ***

Hop on board, join us and help raise funds so that the Theatre Bath Bus can continue to support the community in Bath and the surrounding areas.

Tickets £10.

Please note that a theatre restoration levy of £1 per ticket applies to all transactions, whether made in person at the Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional £1.50 booking fee per transaction.

Cycle Bath AGM @ The New Inn Monmouth Place
Mar 27 @ 19:00 – 20:00

Although we rarely have these it’s about time we got together and discussed who will start emailing the council in June that they haven’t cut the river path borders and that it really has got too overgrown and we can’t wait until September.

Transition Bath @ Ralph Allen CornerStone
Apr 9 @ 19:00 – 22:00

Peter Andrews from Transition Bath will be doing a talk at 8pm

Transition Bath support moving to a low carbon, local economy and building a safe reliant community. All their activities are run by volunteers with occasional funding to develop specific projects. Please see their website

All are welcome at 7pm for an update and discussion about Love Co2mbe Down activities or to join later for the talk at 8pm. There will be tea and cake.

Meet Bath based Rainforest Concern – Green Drinks
Apr 11 @ 19:30 – 22:30

Bath based Rainforest Concern will share their work with us.

About Rainforest Concern

Rainforest Concern’s philosophy is to protect forests through the creation of strong, long-term, partnerships with small, dynamic, local organisations in the countries where it operates.

Currently, they’re running 13 such conservation projects in 8 countries: Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Romania, Costa Rica, and India.

19:30 – start
20:00 – 15-20 min talk
20:20 – brief Q&A
20:45 on, the usual, unstructured, Green Drinks

Don’t forget that The Rising Sun Inn, Bath serves a range of freshly ground coffee, lots of teas, and soft drink options as well as alcohol.

For food, Green Drinkers get a special deal of £5 for a vegan special dish as well as all their usual menus items. They stop serving at 21:00.

We suggest you join our mailing list for reminders of upcoming events (Facebook will not necessarily alert you to events):

Circle of Silence for Horse’s of Grand National @ Bath City Centre
Apr 14 @ 13:00 – 14:00

Please join us for a circle of silence in the centre of Bath to remember the loss of horses at the Grand National and to start a conversation with the public about why they shouldn’t support it.

Green Books @ Oldfield Park
Apr 18 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Green Books @ Oldfield Park | Bath | England | United Kingdom

Do you like reading books about green or related issues?

This book club meets monthly and is a chance to swap and lend each other books and discuss what we have read. We now have a small library that people are welcome to borrow from including fiction with a environmental theme. Suggestions for books are very welcome.

Book club alternates between houses in Oldfield Park and Bathford. This month we will meet at Caledonian Road.

Please message Jo Williams or Fiona Gillison for more information or email [email protected]

If you would like to borrow a book and cannot make a meeting please email us.

Pitch Night – Good For Nothing Bath @ Boston Tea Party Alfred Street
Apr 19 @ 18:00 – 21:00

It’s simple: we’re looking for Projects + People in Bath to get involved with our 2nd Pitch Night.

Our Pitch Night has one simple goal – giving projects who need some ‘good for nothing’ the opportunity to connect with people who want to ‘do good in their hood’. This is how it works..

Projects – tell us your story…

Socially or environmentally focussed local projects will deliver a 3min pitch – who they are, what they do & why, and what help they need. The audience will provide feedback, suggestions and vote for the project they feel should receive some help from the good for nothing community.

The winning project will then become part of our Gig Night series – events that are tailored to deliver the expertise and support that the project needs to solve their challenges.

If you’re interesting in pitching please apply here.

People of Bath – listen and give….

The audience will discover some of the most exciting and innovative projects that are making a difference in our community. After every pitch there is an opportunity to give feedback, ideas, suggestions and vote for the project that they feel should win the Gig Night series.

If you want to help make good things happen in Bath, be part of a growing community of like minded and positive people, and make a difference in your city, then this event is for you.

All tickets include complimentary drinks & nibbles from BTP Alfred Street

May Day Market – Bath
May 5 @ 11:00 – 16:00

The K&A Floating Market is proud to announce our newest event. A three day extravaganza over the May Day bank holiday weekend featuring many of your favourite traders, a few new faces, workshops and entertainment. Follow the event page to keep updated.

May Day Market – Bath
May 5 @ 11:00 – 16:00

The K&A Floating Market is proud to announce our newest event. A three day extravaganza over the May Day bank holiday weekend featuring many of your favourite traders, a few new faces, workshops and entertainment. Follow the event page to keep updated.

VegfestUK Bristol 2018 @ Ashton Gate Stadium Bristol
May 26 @ 11:00 – May 27 @ 21:00

After months of conjecture and uncertainty since the end of May’s VegfestUK Bristol 2017, when it was announced that the event would no longer continue at the outdoor Amphitheatre venue, followers of some of Europe’s biggest vegan festivals need wait no longer for news on what will happen to this historic event.

The VegfestUK organisers are jubilant to announce the newly renovated Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City Football and Rugby Clubs, as the new venue for its long-running Bristol event in May 2018. With the new prestigious and high-profile events space that is Ashton Gate, boasting top-class conference and hospitality facilities, VegfestUK Bristol is set to experience a significant makeover from its previous outdoor guise. A set of new features are planned to go alongside the traditional VegfestUK mix of stalls, food, talks, cookery demos, family activities and music to create an unrivalled experience for anyone interested in a vegan way of life.

Elated by the prospect of taking VegfestUK Bristol to a new level, organisers added: “We’re clearly thrilled to have the opportunity to work at a venue like Ashton Gate. The facilities there are second to none and this will bring a whole new experience for our visitors of vegan events in the UK.

“VegfestUK Bristol is one of the UK’s original vegan festivals and it’s now in its 16th continuous year, many thousands of visitors are in for a very pleasant surprise with a visitor experience unlike any other in the UK.”

Ashton Gate’s managing director Mark Kelly added: “It is fantastic that we have been able to support VegFest 2018 to continue its history here in Bristol.

“Our executive head chef George Opondo is looking forward to working with organisers to make this one of the best vegan festivals in Europe. We’ve worked incredibly hard to establish Ashton Gate as a venue for high-quality food and catering and I think this will be an excellent addition to the international events that we are able to hold here.”

Running from 11am – 11pm on Saturday and from 11am – 9pm on Sunday, VegfestUK welcomes a whole new set of features as well as retaining its traditional flavours in the form of more than 200 stalls, spread over three main concourses. The flagship Lansdown Restaurant, which can hold up to a thousand theatre-style, will play host to a variety of educational talks and cookery demos, all of which will run until 6pm each day. Meanwhile, ten outdoor catering stalls will line Marina Dolman Way along the Lansdown Stand recreating a matchday “fan village” with local DJ’s and acoustic acts adding to the outdoor atmosphere. Comedians, live acts, magicians and a club night staged indoors during the evenings will all contribute to the carnival feel of the festival.

VegfestUK will also be working closely with Bristol City Football and Bristol Rugby to promote the event to sports fans, as well as their local engagement schemes within the Bristol community.

The show website is now live for stall bookings at

Advance tickets will go on sale from January 15th 2018 at – tickets in advance are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions (with advance ticket purchase subject to 10% booking fees), whilst tickets on the gate cost £12 for adults and £6 for concessions.

There is also the option of purchasing a VegfestUK supporter ticket for £25 to help support the event – each supporter ticket includes access to Level 3 plus a goody bag.

Kids under 16 can enter for free as long as they are accompanied by adults.

Please note we only share guest posts on here that are related to our event. We don’t share ticket sales from customers on this page – please use local vegan groups for this if you wish to resell your ticket thanks

Bath Festival of Nature
Jun 2 @ 09:00 – 18:00

Join Festival of Nature’s 15th birthday celebrations as we set sail down the river for the UK’s largest free celebration of the natural world!

On the 2nd June 2018 explore the nature in your backyard and go wild at our Bath family fun day in Bath’s beautiful Green Park!

Keep up to date on this page as we reveal more information over the coming weeks and months or go to the Festival of Nature website:

Permaculture Principles in Practice @ Ralph Allen CornerStone
Jun 4 @ 19:00 – 22:00

June’s talk is ‘A Permaculture Urban Homestead in Odd Down – Permaculture Principles in Practice’ by Guy Bardoe.

All are welcome from 7pm for an update and discussion about Love Co2mbe Down activities. Or you can join us at 8pm for the talk. There will be tea and cake.

Please look at the website for details of our library of books and our library of things.

Party in the Park 10
Jun 9 @ 12:00 – 19:00

All you Party in the Park fans out there will have worked out that next year is our 10th, yes 10th, birthday!

Believe it or not, we’ve been doing this for almost 10 years, making it one of Peasedown St John’s longest running community projects.

Peasedown St John’s 10th Party in the Park Community Festival will be held on Saturday 9th June 2018.

Keep an eye on this Facebook page over the next few months for event details, news, exclusives and how you can get involved 😊

Plans already include 7 hours of live music, hot food and drink, the popular Push Kart Race, the Party in the Park Grant Giveaway, the Sara Holley Community Award, and our very own exclusive Peasedown Diamond Cider…. plus, a lot more for the 10th birthday!

Sponsors’ names and stage performance information will be released soon.

For further details visit our website at or follow us on Twitter @peasedown_party

Our Vegan Weekend 2018 @ Hever Camping
Jul 13 @ 14:00 – Jul 15 @ 14:00

A non-profit vegan camping festival in South East England, in aid of Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary. Expect campfires, music, activism talks, cooking demos, kids entertainment and yummy vegan food.

Tickets now available



Festival of The Dead Comes To Bath @ Bath Spa Town
Jul 13 @ 22:00 – Jul 14 @ 03:00

Tickets and Venue to be announced

Fort more info, check out our website:

A festival like no other. With carnival-esque pageantry, giant skull processions, acrobats, dancers and beautiful decorative art & costumes.

Festival of the Dead is a contemporary event infusing elements carnival, circus, theatre and unadulterated partying.

– Giant Skull processions around the venue

– Acrobats & circus performers

– DJ’s and live music

– Professional skull face painting

– Confetti, co2 and light show

This event is for persons 18 and over

Please note: this event is not part of the Dia de los Muertos public holiday, which has significant religious meaning and many traditions that will not be happening at our show.