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Bath Nightlife

Komedia, Bath
Komedia, Bath (Photo: Not So Big Media)

Bath is not reknown for its nightlife but the city has a good number of bars and clubs in the city centre. There's also a wide selection of restaurants in the city centre or travel up to the Upper Town for some of the city's best. Finally, why not take in a show at the Theatre Royal Bath.

Bath Entertainment Venues

Theatre Royal, Bath
Theatre Royal, Bath

Theatres, concerts and cinemas

Bath has several venues which draw visitors form far and wide. Komedia host gigs and concerts whilst the Theatre Royal has a wide variety of productions throughout the year.

Bath Restaurants

Bath has a wide selection of restaurants, with many national chains moving into the city. There are though plenty of great independent restaurants too dotted throughout the central area. Popular dining areas are close to the Theatre Royal and the new SouthGate development close to Bath Spa railway station.

Milsom Palce, Bath

City Centre

The city is full of well known restaurants, bars and a few clubs. Check out Milsom Place with its outdoor seating or North Parade and Pierrepont Street. Saturday nights are liveliest, especially if Bath Rugby are playing at home.

Walcot Street, Bath

Inner City

There are quite a few good restaurants in Inner City Bath. In the artisan Walcot Street you'll find many independent gems, or head over towards the Royal Crescent for extra choices. Just over Pulteney Bridge in Bathwick are a couple more too.

Bath Pubs, Bars and Clubs

Saturday night is Bath's biggest night out and the city is particularly lively. The busiest bars and clubs can be found to the north and west of the city centre, especially around George Street, with many in the Westgate area too.

Terrace Walk, Bath

City Centre: Eastgate

Bath's bars are scattered through the city centre. Start on High Street and its side streets, then head to the Orange Grove and Terrace Walk.

Garricks Head, Bath

City Centre: Westgate

The west of the city centre is theatre land. Home to the Theatre Royal, Komedia and the Little Theatre Cinema, popular bars are found nearby. Head down to James Street West for the Odeon and more bars.

The Salamander, Bath

City Centre: Northgate

George Street is the busiest area here, home to Moles club and Revolution. Head over to John Street and Queen Street for traditional pubs and good conversation.

Bath Casinos and Late Night Ents

This section lists the popular casinos in Bath and also features any other late night entertainment available in the city.

Bath Nightlife Links