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Folk in Bath?

07 Jun 18 - 04:11 PM (#3929685)
Subject: Folk in Bath?
From: Phil Edwards

I'm in Bath for work next week - I'll be around in the evening (& almost certainly at a loose end) Tuesday to Thursday.

Anything going on on those nights that anybody knows of?


07 Jun 18 - 04:16 PM (#3929686)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: Phil Edwards

PS Or in Bristol (reasonably near the train)?


09 Jun 18 - 02:48 PM (#3929987)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: GUEST,Treacle Bolly

You will have just missed the Fringe Festival unfortunately, but Ange Hardy is at Chapel Arts in Lower Borough Walls next Thursday.


09 Jun 18 - 04:04 PM (#3930005)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: FreddyHeadey

idk but...
have you seen
FQ for Bristol Bath
http://www.folklife.org.uk/bristol.html 
&
http://www.folklife-directory.uk/venues-west-country.html 

Wessex Calendar
https://sanchobramble.weebly.com 

Bristol Folk Musicians
Https://www.facebook.com/groups/493652484084707 

earlier thread suggestions 
thread.cfm?threadid=163480 


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09 Jun 18 - 04:18 PM (#3930006)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: Nick

If you happened to get there Monday the nova scotia is a lovely place in bristol


09 Jun 18 - 04:25 PM (#3930007)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: GUEST

Jeezis, you're in bath for a week?

I only get mindful to do it once or twice a month and it still only takes a hour or so.


12 Jun 18 - 02:23 AM (#3930420)
Subject: RE: Folk in Bath?
From: Mr Red

check out Bath Chapel Arts Cafe - they apparently have a Wed Irish session 5-7pm. Their evening booked acts are amazingly eclectic and knowledgeably Folkie at times.

otherwise try my map page map.mister.red - click on Bath or Bristol but check the datestamp - some data are old and there are no guarantees. Ring if gong any distance.