by Rosie Grant
The Freshers’ experience for most people is about meeting new people, doing new things and generally trying to get their heads around the insanity that this strange new place is now home. 425 more words
Bath Abbey has taken a contemporary approach to the traditional nativity scene this Christmas.
An installation by artist and Bath Spa University graduate, Annette Smith, reinterprets the scene of the birth of Jesus using a 3-D photographic urban landscape instead of the usual crib and figurines. 386 more words
Crime fiction has traditionally been defined as a distinguishable literary form, but in what ways has this genre evolved? 577 more words
After all the magic and sparkle of December’s festivities, January can be a dark and dreary time of year.
However, that is not what’s in store for the centre of Bath this week-end when – for eight days – Illuminate 2015 will be bathing the city streets in colour and hoping to attract up to 50,000 people to witness a nightly display of art, light and projection. 365 more words
Written by Thomas Gane, Online Editor.
Around 70 people marched today in Bath as part of the Free Education protests that have taken place in campuses and cities across the UK this weekend. 568 more words