Learn more about HMS Exeter, a York Class cruiser, at this talk by David Vergehese. A part of their regular Military History Programme.
Following a sell-out tour in 2022, the Queen of History, Lucy Worsley, is heading back out on the road to share stories from the fascinating life of the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie. For these unique, live illustrated talks, Lucy will present one most elusive and enigmatic figures of the twentieth century. Why did Agatha Christie spend her […]
You may know him as Dougal Mackenzie in Outlander, as Dwarf Dwalin in The Hobbit trilogy, or perhaps Ser Harrold Westerling in House of the Dragon – actor, writer, and new friend of the shop Graham McTavish joins Mr. B's right here in Bath!
Following on from the success of Clanlands, Graham has teamed up with fellow Outlander actor, Sam Heughan, once again in their brand new book Clanlands in New Zealand, taking us all on another unforgettable wild ride. So buckle up, grab a dram, and join us for a truly unforgettable night!
About the Book:
Stars of Outlander, Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish are no strangers to the rugged beauty of Scotland. But this time they're setting their sights on a new horizon: New Zealand.
Join our intrepid Scotsmen on their latest epic adventure across
These hard hat tours are the first in a series of specialist event tours that will be on offer at Bath Assembly Rooms this year.
With the strip-out of the basement now complete, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Assembly Rooms in a way it's not been seen for many years.
The lower ground floor, rich in original architecture with vaulted ceilings and home to the historic Cold Bath is featured on this tour, as well as the principle rooms on the ground floor, and some of the upper floors. Before the next stage of works begin there is a limited opportunity to see the building in it's rawest way.
Each tour last approximately 1hr 45minutes to 2hrs. Suitable for those over 18 only, this specialist tour costs £15 per person (both members and non-members).
1 March- 3 March 2024: 12:00, 12:15
8 March- 10 March 2024: 12:00, 12:15
15 March 2024: 12:00, 12:15
17 March 2024: 12:00, 12:15
22 March- 24 March 2024: 12:00, 12:15
29 March- 1 April 2024: 12:00, 12:15
Older. Madder. Wiser?
Pioneering author, podcaster and activist Bryony Gordon has long been open about her mental health, lifting the lid on a subject that was taboo for many years. Mad Woman is her phenomenal follow up – a decade later – to the brilliant number one bestseller Mad Girl. Join her as she talks to writer Marisa Bate about how our attitudes and understanding of mental illness is changing. Expect a candid and intimate chat covering everything from burnout and binge eating, living with fluctuating hormones, and whether mental illness is simply a chemical imbalance, or rather a normal response from your brain telling you that something isn't right?
'Bryony Gordon is a terrific, compassionate writer' – Elizabeth Day
Gordon has been writing for the Telegraph for 23 years.
Following on from Arden's bestselling The Winter Night trilogy (beginning with Team B fave The Bear and the Nightingale), The Warm Hands of Ghosts takes us back to WW1. It tells the haunting story of Laura and Freddie Iven, two loving siblings separated by the war who will do whatever it takes to make it back to one another alive, even if that means making a deal with a devil.
About the Book:
January 1918. Laura Iven has been discharged from her duties as a nurse and sent back to Halifax, Canada, leaving behind a brother still fighting in the trenches of the First World War. Now home, she receives word of Freddie's death in action along with his uniform -but something doesn't quite make sense.
Determined to find out more, Laura returns to Belgium as a volunteer at a private