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I have picked a few events from this year’s Bath Festival that may be of interest to you.

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Thushari Perera

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THE BATH FESTIVAL 2019

The Bath Festival 2019; a celebration of music and literature with a diverse programme of more than 120 events over ten days…”

Black Europe Resources’ Selection:

18 May 2019

VENKI RAMAKRISHNAN

VENKI RAMAKRISHNAN

“The Nobel Prize winning scientist talks to writer, scientist and BBC Radio 4 regular, Vivienne Parry, about his fascinating journey to decode DNA, the essence of who we are, in his new book The Gene Machine. How will his discoveries help modern science and medicine? He shares his story.”

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20 May 2019

SABRINA GHAYOUR

LUNCH WITH SABRINA GHAYOUR

“To celebrate the launch of Bazaar, a cookery book packed with delicious new vegetarian recipes from the bestselling Middle Eastern chef and well-known personality Sabrina Ghayour, we’re hosting a meet-the-author lunch at The Bird, Bath, 12noon-3pm. £49 to include a glass of fizz on arrival, a two-course lunch with a glass of wine, coffee and a copy of Sabrina’s latest book Bazaar.”

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22 May 2019

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 TRAINS

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 TRAINS

“45,000 miles. 80 trains. 7 months. Breathtaking views and hilarious fellow travellers. Writer Monisha Rajesh talks to author and travel writer Lindsay Hawdon about her railway adventures through Russia, North Korea, Canada and beyond.”

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22 May 2019

THE STATE OF EDUCATION

THE STATE OF EDUCATION

“Is the current UK education system fit and fair for purpose? For an in-depth look at what’s happening in our schools join writer and campaigner Melissa Benn (Life Lessons: The Case for a National Education Service), social historian David Kynaston (Engines of Privilege: Britain’s Private School Problem) and education and diversity consultant Dr Karamat Iqbal for a lively and rigorous debate. Chaired by award-winning journalist Louise Tickle.”

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25 May 2019

CHINEKE ORCHESTRA

CHINEKE! ORCHESTRA

Copland – Music for the Theatre; Ibert – Divertissement; Gershwin – Rhapsody in Blue; etc.

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26 May 2019

BARBIE DUMB BLONDE OR DIEHARD FEMINIST

BARBIE: DUMB BLONDE OR DIEHARD FEMINIST?

“2019 sees Barbie turning 60. Should we celebrate her as an iconic toy that encourages girls to play imaginatively and creatively or is she just a metaphor for a culture preoccupied with how a woman looks rather than what she says? Do you love or loathe her? Join Guardian writer and blogger Moira Redmond and actress, director and writer Zawe Ashton (Character Breakdown, Fresh Meat) for a lively discussion with journalist and author Marisa Bate.”

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26 May 2019

AMITAV GHOSH

AMITAV GHOSH

“The Booker shortlisted author and one of India’s best-known writers joins us on a rare visit to the UK to present his latest book, Gun Island, a beautifully realised novel which effortlessly spans space and time. He shares his experience and writing in this special event; a fantastic end to our Literature programme for 2019.”

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