Dickens’ nights begin in our street!

Olde Christmas comes to Northumberland Place and The Corridor for three Thursday evenings in December (7th, 14th & 21st) and we’re opening late until 8pm on each of those nights to join in the fun.

The event – organised with the help of Bath BID – will see Victorian-styled, costumed characters, musical entertainment and traditional festive treats  including our very own snow machine!  There’ll also be the chance to win a hamper as part of the festivities.

It’s all happening between 5pm and 7.30pm in two of Bath’s famous narrow streets that make up part of the city’s Lanes Quarter. An echo of its medieval past.

Charles Dickens was a frequent visitor to Bath. He came first as a young reporter and later in life to give readings from his amazing novels. No doubt – at this time of the year – everyone wanted to hear about Scrooge and A Christmas Carol!

Pop in to see us for a warm Wylde welcome, mulled wine and mince pies!

Photo credit: Bath Newseum

 

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