Komedia hosts music, film and comedy nights, and serves quality food from local producers in the Arts Café. The music ranges from tribute bands to established acts such as Cast and Stereo MCs, as well as more left-field choices such as the Berlin Guitar Ensemble. The comedy features major touring comedians, and the film programme includes the best films on the arthouse circuit.
The nearest train station is Bath Spa and the venue is served by the 37, 38, 39, 319, A4 and X39 bus routes.
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Am I Right Ladies!?
Comedy phenomenon Luisa Omielan is bringing her smash hit show 'Am I Right Ladies!?' to Bath. Her first show 'What Would Beyonce Do?!' was hailed as 'one of the biggest stand up hits of the last decade’ (The Guardian) and was launched on BBC3 as a stand up special and this is the follow up! Her joke on the Thigh Gap…
Camilla Beeput: Stormy
Maxwell Golden directs a musical celebrating dancer, movie star, activist and singer Lena Horne in her centenary year. Featuring a five-piece band.
In the solemn world of British prog, Caravan were always the cheekiest lads on the block: it's hard to imagine Yes titling one of their albums Cunning Stunts. A dedicated fanbase has ensured the band's survival for over 40 years, and even the lineup has remained relatively stable.
CSF Wrestling Showdown: w/ Cody Rhodes!
CSF Wrestling celebrate their 18th Anniversary with a huge live event, featuring former WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes!
Veteran folk group whose current line-up features founding member Simon Nicol with Gerry Conway, Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.
Nostalgic numbers from the past, mixed with the modern grooves, featuring the likes of Diana Ross, Jackson Five, Justin Beiber, Taylor Swift, Earth Wind And Fire, Katy Perry, Wham and loads more.
Celebrating the life and music of Amy Winehouse.
The Good Immigrant
The Good Immigrant collects 21 writers of colour talking about race and immigration in the UK today.
Half Man Half Biscuit
The acerbic post-punk outfit formed in Birkenhead, back in 1984, are on the road again with their cutting social satire and esoteric song titles.
***“****They were absolutely fantastic, bringing the entire audience roaring to its feet.”** ****Daily Telegraph*** A very special evening with* a ward-winning singer songwriter Hazel O’Connor, joined here by Clare Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie)* on sax and Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics) on keyboards. The…
Veteran new wave singer-songwriter.
The Jesus & Mary Chain
Psychedelic noise rock from the Scottish band formed by brothers Jim and William Reid.
Krater Comedy Club
Regular comedy night.
Sat 6 May
Sat 13 May
Sat 20 May
The Bluetones frontman performs with a live band.
Martha Reeves & the Vandellas
Motown diva whips up a soul party with such classic hits as 'Dancing in the Streets' and 'Heatwave'.
Motown, funk, soul and rock'n'roll from resident DJs into the early hours of the morning.
Electronica performer from The Netherlands.
The silver-tongued Canadian jazz heart throb is on the move promoting his latest album Crazy Love. Buble is sure to add this album to his continuous string of success, with two Grammy Award nominations and over eleven million albums sold worldwide. As it happens, Buble has something of a monopoly on the genre with his…
Nick Helm: There Is Nothing You Can Do To Me That I Haven’t Already Done To Myself
Self described 'human car crash of light entertainment' puts on a belter of a show.
Thu 26 Oct
The Noise Next Door: Uproar!
The Noise boys present their unique blend of jokes, characters and songs.
A feast of visual art and music, featuring an exhibition by local artists and Bath Spa University's undergraduate and postgraduate students, together with performances from Two Day Coma, jazz artist Monty and drum'n'bass DJ Dan Walbeoff.
Paul Zerdin: All Mouth
The ventriloquist, who won the 2015 series of America's Got Talent, performs with his three puppet characters, Sam, Albert and Baby, plus two new ones.
QI: No Such Thing as a Fish
Bizarre and humorous facts from the QI universe in the first live touring version of the hit podcast.
Simon Amstell: What is This?
Stand-up and former Buzzcocks presenter with his acerbic, self-deprecating humour taking on freedom, suffering, forgiveness and other cheery topics.
Accurate Smiths soundalike outfit on their Strangeways Here We Come tour
Toy Tin Soldier
Scottish indie-rock singer-songwriter Joe Gallacher, formerly of Mr.Kil.
Country pop from Hampshire twins Catherine and Lizzy.