What’s On in Bath in November 2019
27 October 2019

Bath has a November full of fantastic events! Here we bring you an overview of what’s on in Bath in November 2019.

 

Bath Fireworks at the Rec Ground

2ndNovember, 7pm

 

This year’s annual Bath Rotary Club Fireworks Display will take place on Saturday 2ndNovember and will be supporting a variety of local charities. Gates open at 5:30pm for the event at the Bath Recreation Ground. The fireworks began at 7pm, and it’s always a fantastic display. Tickets are available in advance or on the gate.

 

FilmBath Festival

7thNovember to 17thNovember

 

The FilmBath Festival returns to Bath for its 29thyear, with film fans coming to Bath for eleven days of previews, Bath debuts, special events, Q&As, documentary features, silent films with new live scores, shorts, and the IMDb Awards.

This year’s programme will have 37 feature films, including 23 previews, 46 short films, and far more. There are too many amazing films to mention in this post, but suffice to say that no matter when you may be in Bath during this festival, there will be some wonderful films to see.

 

Bath Christmas Market

28thNovember to 15th December

 

An annual favourite and a true highlight in Bath’s calendar of events, Bath Christmas Market sees over 150 beautiful, twinkling chalets spread throughout the streets of Bath offering the best from local craft makers and designers from across the South West region.

This year sees over thirty brand new stallholders coming to the market, entertainers, choirs, a range of surprises, and a new dedicated vegan food chalet!

 

Christmas Through The Ages

30thNovember to 5thJanuary

 

Starting at the end of this month is a special exhibition at Bath’s No. 1 Royal Crescent - the beautiful museum which has been decorated and furnished in the opulent Georgian style.

The exhibition is Christmas Through The Ages which reveals how Christmas would have been celebrated in different eras. From the elegant simplicity of the Georgian period, to the festivity of the Victorians with their trees and Christmas cards, to the bright and colourful ones of today.