Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution
The promotion advancement of science, literature and art
The latest publication by BRLSI - "Adelard of Bath" is now available to buy. It can be bought in person at 16 Queen Square, or online.
Stimulating youth orientated activities in science, technology and the arts.
The life & exploits of William Herbert Vacher.
We have just uploaded two spectacular fossils to the JESBI gallery, showing the detailed preparatory work undertaken by Lorie Barber.
Our Saturday Coffee Morning is open to both members and non-members. Please come and enjoy conversation and Martin Carwardine’s Coffee (£1.00 a...
This is where you can find information on talks and events. BRLSI talks are open to all at £4 (£2 to members and students). Non-BRLSI events check poster.
The BRLSI has a large collection of objects and specimens from around the world. A selection can be seen in our Online Museum.
Our members attend our programme of events at a reduced rate as well as other benefits.
We now have an ALL NEW online shop. Click here to buy books, event tickets, membership, and much more.
Thursday 21st to Tuesday 26th November (except Sunday) from 10-4pm in the Jenyns Room.
At a meeting of the Science Group on Friday 22 Nov 2013 at 7:30 pm, Dr Sarah Main, Director of Campaign for Science and Engineering will speak on “UK science policy - fit for the future?”
Sunday 17 November
2pm - 5pm
ADMISSION BY DONATION
Tuesday 10th December 2013
RECEPTION from 6.30pm
Prof Brian Davies FRS, King's College London
£4 visitors, £2 members/students
Thursday 12th December
Cat Jarman PhD, Bristol University
£5 visitors, members £3
La Cage aux Folles is a 1978 French-Italian film adaptation of the 1973 play La Cage aux Folles by Jean Poiret. It is co-written and directed by Édouard Molinaro and stars Ugo Tognazzi and Michel Serrault. In Italian
The original site of the Institution was Terrace Walk, by Parade Gardens. It replaced the Lower Assembly Rooms (Harrisons) which was burnt down in 1820.
Middle Palaeolithic Hand Axe: The flat-ended profile of this axe, found in Farnham, Surrey, is very characteristic of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) craftsmanship of this period of the Middle Palaeolithic (25,000-40,000 BP). At one Neanderthal site in East Anglia a similar handaxe was found lodged in a Wooly Mammoth's tusk.