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Course Fee: Students – Free   /   Public £5

Suggested Minimum Donation: Students £5    /   Public £7

Total: Students £5 (suggested donation)   /   Public  £12

The course fee covers our basic expenses and the teaching is offered on a voluntary basis as is customary in the traditional yoga system. We kindly request that you make a donation to the Yoga Healing Foundation in recognition of the teaching and to support our charitable projects in India and the UK.

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Tuesday 21 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2
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Wednesday 22 April 2015 ● 11 am
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2
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Friday 24 April 2015 - 7.30 pm

VISITORS £4 - MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

 

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Samedi 25 Avril 2015

de 2:15pm à 16:00

par Thierry Viennois

Visitors £5 Members £2.50 Students £1

 

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Sunday 26 April 2015 ● 3 pm ALL WELCOME
Advance booking: Bath Box Office 01225 463362
 
T A L K & T E A £10
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Monday 27 April 2015 - 7.30 pm

VISITORS £4 - MEMBERS / STUDENTS £2

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Upcoming events

20 April 2015 The Ancient Science of Mind, Matter and Meditation

Course Fee: Students – Free   /   Public £5

Suggested Minimum Donation: Students £5    /   Public £7

Total: Students £5 (suggested donation)   /   Public  £12

The course fee covers our basic expenses and the teaching is offered on a voluntary basis as is customary in the traditional yoga system. We kindly request that you make a donation to the Yoga Healing Foundation in recognition of the teaching and to support our charitable projects in India and the UK.


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21 April 2015 The Chinese in Africa New colonialism or smart business?
Tuesday 21 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

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22 April 2015 POETRY GROUP with BATH SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY Celebrating S H A K E S P E A R E’ S B I R T H D A Y
Wednesday 22 April 2015 ● 11 am
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

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24 April 2015 Dark Energy and its Discontents

Friday 24 April 2015 - 7.30 pm

VISITORS £4 - MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

 


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25 April 2015 La Présidence de la République jusqu’à aujourd’hui

Samedi 25 Avril 2015

de 2:15pm à 16:00

par Thierry Viennois

Visitors £5 Members £2.50 Students £1

 


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26 April 2015 Jane Austen's London
Sunday 26 April 2015 ● 3 pm ALL WELCOME
Advance booking: Bath Box Office 01225 463362
 
T A L K & T E A £10

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27 April 2015 DESOLATION ISLAND

Monday 27 April 2015 - 7.30 pm

VISITORS £4 - MEMBERS / STUDENTS £2


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29 April 2015 THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT Is it beyond resolution?
Wednesday 29 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

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30 April 2015 Bath Society of Artists ART TALKS “Witnessing Change: the Jingdezhen Experience”
Felicity Aylieff has been making largescale
porcelain vessels in Jingdezhen,
China, since 2006. Working in
collaboration with small family
workshops and skilled craftsmen she has
seen an increase in the fortune of many of
these individuals, witnessed the
entrepreneurial spirit of the young and
seen a growing optimism within the
development of small businesses.
In her lecture she will look at what took
her to Jingdezhen in the first place, the
challenges she faced making work in an
unfamiliar culture, and how taking on
these new experiences opened up
opportunities and extended her creativity
as an artist.

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05 May 2015 What is Justice?

Tuesday 5th May 2015

7:30pm

Chair - Dr Gerard Kilroy

Visitors £4  Members/Students £2


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Did you know...

The original BRLSI site.

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.

Curatorial Curiosities

brain coral, <i>Diploria labyrinthiformis</i>

Labyrinthiform Anthozoan: This brain coral, Diploria labyrinthiformis, is a reef building coral from tropical areas of the west Atlantic Ocean. It is a member of the class Anthozoa (a name derived from the latin for "flower-animal") within the phylum Cnidaria (a name derived from the latin for "sea-nettle").