FaB19 Fringe Arts Bath Festival

Image Credit: Natalie Bray


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Friday 24 May 2019 – Sunday 09 June 2019
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00


FaB19 - Opening Night Arty Party - Fringe Arts Bath Festival
24/05/2019 6pm 'til late

Exhibitions open: 25 May to 9 June, 10am-6pm daily (closing 3pm Sunday 9 June)

Fringe Arts Bath Festival 2019 features artists from Bath’s ever-growing creative community alongside international artists in an annual festival of pop-up exhibitions, events, installations and performance in empty shops, open spaces and on the city’s streets.

Opening Night Arty Party Friday 24 May, 6pm

Come along to the Opening Night celebration in all FaB venues, open from 6pm until late, offering an exciting variety of curated exhibitions along with a great selection of refreshing beverages in our pop-up bars.

Loads of other events, see www.fringeartsbath.co.uk for latest info.

#FaB19 on social media

FaB19 brings 20 curated shows; some curious, others whimsical or ironic, often challenging and always inspiring. FaB19 will transform and breathe new life into unexpected spaces around Bath and promises to offer you a range of delights and surprises.

Pick up a free FaB magazine available from all FaB venues & good cafés or visit www.fringeartsbath.co.uk to find out more about what’s happening during the Fringe Arts Bath Festival 2019.

Poster by Natalie Bray.

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