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WHAT’S ON city’s past, as well as its future, and what role we need it to perform.” Sat-Tues, 11am-4pm; free; The Georgian House Museum, Bristol; www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/ georgian-house-museum

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3-7 September

ABOVE: Bradford on Avon’s Town Bridge looks gorgeous all lit up in this local photography exhibition shot LEFT: Some of David Lawrence’s work now on display at the RUH BELOW: The Holding Space group mandala

Tues-Sat, 11am-5pm; free; Andrew Brownsword Gallery, The Edge; www.edgearts.org

25-28 September

HOLDING SPACE This exhibition considers wellness, and how art can be a powerful tool for encouraging it. Ten artists from diverse backgrounds and disciplines explore art as a therapeutic means of expression. 10am-6pm; free; Walcot Chapel; www.walcotstreet.com

28-29 September

U3A PHOTO EXHIBITION A group of 33 self-described OAPs are showing their photography in Bradford on Avon. They’re part of the U3A Photographic Group; the exhibition will also include a raffle. 10am-4pm; free; Tithe Barn, Bradford on Avon; search Bradford on Avon U3A Photographic Group on Facebook

From 28 September

INTERVENTIONS/2 Yoko Ono’s first solo show to visit Bristol arrives there this month. Including a series of iconic films that she made back in the ’60s and early ’70s – as well as the installation ARISING, first exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2013 – INTERVENTIONS/2 asks Bristol audiences to engage with the city’s less proud history. The curator, Jimmy Galvin, says: “It is a way to bring a new spotlight onto Bristol’s heritage and involvement with the slave trade, and, as with all great art, it gives us permission to open dialogue and create a better understanding of ourselves and our

TRYING IT ON David Edgar, one of the UK’s leading dramatists, takes to the stage for his acting debut to deliberate on how, why or whether our opinions change over time. Tues-Sat, 7.45pm, matinees Thurs and Sat, 2.30pm; various prices; The Ustinov; www.theatreroyal.org.uk

6-21 September

THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT Imagine this: that you’d invented a fabric that never gets dirty and never wears out. Well, that’s exactly what Sidney Stratton (Stephen Mangan) does in The Man in the White Suit. If you think that wouldn’t cause too many problems, you’d be wrong. Poor old Sid quickly finds his life getting very complicated, as manufacturers and trade unions come after him, terrified by what his invention might mean for their jobs. This fast-moving comedy is a new stage adaptation of the famous film, and reunites Mangan with his Jeeves and Wooster partner Sean Foley, so you know it’s going to be good. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm; various prices; Theatre Royal; www.theatreroyal.org.uk

8 September

ROB DELANEY Titled ‘Rob Warms Up For His Special’, this is show is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin – but it’ll be no less fun for it. The American comedian, actor and writer, best known as the co-creator and co-star of Catastrophe, is sure to be good for a few giggles. Doors 6.30pm, show 8pm; £20; Komedia; www.komedia.co.uk/

MUSIC

14 September

THE HUMAN LEAGUE The 1980s chart-toppers will be taking to the stage at Bath Racecourse after a packed day of racing. These stalwarts of the age of lopsided hair and shop girl chic will be playing all their crowd-pleasing favourites – don’t forget your

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Bath Life – issue 399  

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