Satellite events

A number of events run by our friends and partner organisations are taking place in and around Bath over the Forest of Imagination weekend.

Transfer
Friday 3, Saturday 4, Sunday 5 June
6pm – 8pm (Friday)
10am – 6pm (Saturday and Sunday)
onetwofive gallery, Abbey Green, Bath
Free

A collaborative installation of sound, film and light in the gallery basement.

The Illuminating Times of  The Darkling Society
A production by Kilter Theatre

Friday 3, Saturday 4, Friday 10, Saturday 11 June

9pm (Bring a picnic to enjoy before the performance, from 7.30pm)
Prior Park Landscape Gardens, Bath
£10 / 8

A play. Outside. After dark.
Suitable for adults and children.
Set Design by artist Edwina Bridgeman.
Box Office: 01225 448844.

Bath Spa University Lunchtime Recitals
Friday 3, Saturday 4, Monday 6 June
1pm
Bath Abbey
Free

Launch of Unpsychology Magazine 3 – the Childhood edition 
Saturday 4 June

6.30pm – 8pm
Magalleria, 22A Broad Street, Bath
Free

Unpsychology Magazine’s wonderful third edition on childhood, featuring work by Jay Griffiths, Penny Hay, Dave Hicks and many others is being launched at Magalleria. Unpsychology responds to themes of psychology, soul-making, ecology and ‘wild mind’ with poetry, essays, stories and illustration. In this special issue there is a focus on CHILDHOOD. Everyone invited for wine, readings, conversation.

Forest of Imagination 2014 – 2016
Gallery open Wednesday – Saturday

10am – 5.30pm (Wednesday – Friday)
10.30am – 6pm (Saturday)
Lane House Arts, 5 Nelson Place East, Bath

Free

An exhibition of drawings and images from Forest of Imagination 2014 – 2016.

The Wonder Pages
David Almond
Free

An invitation to children and young people to express their imagination through creative writing and images.

Walk to the view!
The National Trust
Free

A circular self-led walk providing a break from the bustle of the city and a fresh perspective of the city’s rich heritage. From the city centre to Bathwick Fields, via other attractions including the Kennet and Avon Canal and the Georgian pleasure grounds of Sydney Gardens.