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St Michaels Place, Bath BA1 1SG, UK – 0871 902 5735
If you want to watch your films back in the 60's this is the place for you. An intimate - beautifully eclectic venue run by film buffs - smartly dressed back in the days of choc-ices in trays - however this place serves the latest local Cider blends and fine wines!! (Nice). Come here often to get away from the airplane hanger style cinemas locally and just love it. Apologies from the projectionist when all goes wrong, the more mature couple making out in the well proportioned seating and the choice of the not so usual films all to go make this the best Little Theatre in Bath.
A small cinema showing the latest films plus a selection of live events and themed older films. It's an old building so the smaller second screen is accessible only by climbing a couple of flights of stairs. The staff are always friendly There is a membership scheme that gives you some free tickets and discounted prices on the rest.
Kingsmead Complex, James St W, Bath BA1 2BX, UK – 0333 006 7777
Decent cinema, worth getting the Limitless card if you're local to an Odeon as cinema trips are so expensive with so many good films coming out. Expensive food/drink but typical of an Odeon. Lovely staff.
Accessible building. Good film choices. Lots of restaurants, a gym and a Costa Cafe inside. Quite expensive. Not great if you want to watch something non-blockbuster.
5 James St W, Bath BA1, UK – 01225 339098
22-23 Westgate St, Bath BA1 1EP, UK – 01225 489070
Been twice now and both times had a great night out with the lads! Not one to get totally drunk still great atmosphere and although have only been for clubbing, the venue inside looks fantastic, just needs a slight amount of tlc and feel shows/events would be great to watch here.
Great atmosphere and great food too. Also a Motown disco after the comedians. A great night had by all.
York St, Bath BA1 1SA, UK
Roman bath-houses were also provided for private villas, town houses, and forts. They were supplied with water from an adjacent river or stream, or more normally, by an aqueduct. The water could be heated from a log fire before being channeled into the hot bathing rooms.Some things the Romans did for fun were horrible. They enjoyed fights between gladiators, and fights between people and animals. These bloodthirsty shows were put on in front of crowds in large arenas called amphitheatres. Roman emperors paid for free shows at theatres and amphitheatres.
Don't be cheap, if you go to bath, spend the 15 bucks and go in. It will be worth every penny. Truly a great piece of history, that we are lucky is so well preserved.
Saw Cl, Bath BA1 1ET, UK – 01225 448844
The Theatre Royal is a beautiful little theatre in the centre of Bath. It has its own restaurant but there is a wide variety of restaurants nearby. It has lovely little bars. It has a good variety of plays and shows.
We've been here several times over the years. It's a lovely theatre that host's some good national and local productions. There are some restricted view seats which, if I recall correctly, are identified on their website.
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