Kids’ Events

Many Fringe events – especially the outdoor free ones – are Family-Friendly, and there are some shows aimed specifically at younger or teen audiences…

Listings for Kids' Events

Saturday 26th May

Walcot Chapel

Live Live

The internationally renowned ceramics artist Sandy Brown invites people with many skills and none to work with Avon clay. The sculptor Martin Staniforth encourages visitors to make a new piece with found materials. The process artist Aine Kelly creates new work on site. Anais Comer tells a child-friendly story about a stranded whale. And the celebrated choir leader and singer-songwriter, Su Hart, conducts an impromptu workshop to make an improvised and spontaneous choral piece that lifts the spirits of singers and listeners alike. More info and booking...

The Mission Theatre - Main Auditorium

Also on:
Sunday 27th May

The Little Things Theatre presents:

A Dog's Brexit

By Josie Hunt

An exciting new family show for children age 7+. A Dog's Brexit is a Dr Seuss meets Animal Farm-esque portrayal of Britain's exit from the EU, filled with dogs, rhyme, songs and explanations that aim to speak directly to children. More info and booking...

Sunday 27th May

The Mission Theatre - Main Auditorium

Also on:
Saturday 26th May

The Little Things Theatre presents:

A Dog's Brexit

By Josie Hunt

An exciting new family show for children age 7+. A Dog's Brexit is a Dr Seuss meets Animal Farm-esque portrayal of Britain's exit from the EU, filled with dogs, rhyme, songs and explanations that aim to speak directly to children. More info and booking...

Friday 1st June

Sorry, this event is cancelled

The Mission Theatre - Main Auditorium

Route

by Marie Myrie

ROUTE originated from verbatim and poetry, it plays with the journey of self-acceptance and the meaning of home. Having parents that migrated as a product of the Windrush in 1948 from Jamaica, she finds herself embarking in a mirrored experience of isolation during her time at a predominantly white middle-class university.
Directed by Ewa Dina & Produced by Flo Akano More info and booking...

Saturday 2nd June

Theatre Bath Bus - Brunel Square

Howard-Vick Productions presents

The Stationmaster

A new family musical by Gabriel Vick

Wesley is a 10 year old boy who loves trains and spends too much time at Swindon station for his parents liking. But on this day of the launch of the new intercity express train, Wesley finds himself in charge of the entire station! More info and booking...

Somer Valley Arts Day

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Sunday 3rd June

Bash Street Theatre

Bellevue Hotel

It’s the 1950’s and Elsie Lovejoy runs a dilapidated, theatrical boarding house in a seaside town. When a local gangster tries to buy her out her theatrical guests rally round to save the day using their considerable talents. More info and booking...

The Mission Theatre - Main Auditorium

Also on:
Sunday 3rd June

NOSThree presents

Friendly Ever After

with Maria de Jesus Rocha and Bianca Bertalot

A lovely story of two young clowns trying to find true friendship. When fate unites them, they realise that cultivating a new friendship is not an easy job. They discover together the beauty of friendship and the need to respect, help and understand one's friend. More info and booking...

Sunday 3rd June

Theatre Bath Bus - Brunel Square

Brave Bold Drama presents

Sticky Ends

written & performed by Gill Simmons

Comic cautionary tales for the modern age, Sticky Ends is a collection of original stories & songs about what might happen if you do really really bad stuff, like Eat Too Much Ice-cream or Play Too Much Minecraft. Full of fun, silliness and chances to join in. Suitable for age 5+. More info and booking...

Komedia

Baby Loves Disco

After over a decade of family day clubbing events across the globe including 9 consecutive sell-out seasons at Edinburgh Fringe, the original family dance party makes its Bath Fringe debut. Real club DJs spin and mix feel-good chart floor fillers with nostalgic pop classics from the years before parenthood struck – for parents and babies, toddlers and young children to enjoy together.
Day clubbing with kids’ activities galore! More info and booking...

Bedlam Fair: Bath Street

Also on:
Saturday 2nd June

Bash Street Theatre

Bellevue Hotel

It’s the 1950’s and Elsie Lovejoy runs a dilapidated, theatrical boarding house in a seaside town. When a local gangster tries to buy her out her theatrical guests rally round to save the day using their considerable talents. More info and booking...

The Mission Theatre - Main Auditorium

Also on:
Saturday 2nd June

NOSThree presents

Friendly Ever After

with Maria de Jesus Rocha and Bianca Bertalot

A lovely story of two young clowns trying to find true friendship. When fate unites them, they realise that cultivating a new friendship is not an easy job. They discover together the beauty of friendship and the need to respect, help and understand one's friend. More info and booking...

Thursday 14th June

Parade Gardens

Also on:
Friday 15th June
Saturday 16th June
Sunday 17th June

A celebration of heritage skills

Festival of Iron

Four days of Blacksmithing Action!

This four day festival offers a unique opportunity to witness Master blacksmiths at work as they forge a brand new balustrade for the Parade Gardens bandstand. This striking piece of public art - 'Hammer and Anvil' - is based on an original musical score; it will be donated to the city. 10am - 6pm daily. More info and booking...

Friday 15th June

Parade Gardens

Also on:
Thursday 14th June
Saturday 16th June
Sunday 17th June

A celebration of heritage skills

Festival of Iron

Four days of Blacksmithing Action!

This four day festival offers a unique opportunity to witness Master blacksmiths at work as they forge a brand new balustrade for the Parade Gardens bandstand. This striking piece of public art - 'Hammer and Anvil' - is based on an original musical score; it will be donated to the city. 10am - 6pm daily. More info and booking...

Saturday 16th June

Parade Gardens

Also on:
Thursday 14th June
Friday 15th June
Sunday 17th June

A celebration of heritage skills

Festival of Iron

Four days of Blacksmithing Action!

This four day festival offers a unique opportunity to witness Master blacksmiths at work as they forge a brand new balustrade for the Parade Gardens bandstand. This striking piece of public art - 'Hammer and Anvil' - is based on an original musical score; it will be donated to the city. 10am - 6pm daily. More info and booking...

Sunday 17th June

Parade Gardens

Also on:
Thursday 14th June
Friday 15th June
Saturday 16th June

A celebration of heritage skills

Festival of Iron

Four days of Blacksmithing Action!

This four day festival offers a unique opportunity to witness Master blacksmiths at work as they forge a brand new balustrade for the Parade Gardens bandstand. This striking piece of public art - 'Hammer and Anvil' - is based on an original musical score; it will be donated to the city. 10am - 6pm daily. More info and booking...