Join Bath for Europe on Sunday, August 2nd from 2 to 3pm to hear Marian McNeir MBE, former Mayor of Bath, talk on ‘A twinning revival – strengthening our links with Europe.’ Bath is twinned with four European cities: Braunschweig, Alkmaar, Kaposvar and Aix-en-Provence, of which Marian chairs the twinning committee. This should be a … More Online Euro Café, Sunday, August 2nd, 2pm – ‘A Twinning Revival and strengthening our links with Europe’
Bath for Europe are very excited to welcome back one of our most popular speakers, Molly Scott Cato. Those of us who still feel ourselves to be Europeans are the majority in this country, and a growing majority. How can we work together to keep in touch with our European friends? How can we make … More Online event with Molly Scott Cato: “Holding EU Close”, Tuesday 7 July, 6 – 7 pm
Bath for Europe delivered on its promise to bring joyful noise to our city with its monthly rally and march on Sunday 2nd June. Music unites people and does not recognise national borders, as the throng of supporters heard and experienced for themselves as they sang, marched and even danced their way through the city … More Music Must Remain! A celebration of music without borders
I’ve been thinking about two of the main claims of Leave voters, namely that continued membership of the EU “threatens our national identity” (yes, “our” because I, originally from Italy, also have British nationality), and that we’ll be better off when we no longer have to “take orders from Brussels”. I’m thinking about the six … More Our national identity threatened? Really?
Let’s get 2018 off to a rollicking start! Join us for an EU-themed night of comedy at Widcombe Social Club, starring celebrated comedian, writer, critic and author Viv Groskop, direct from Edinburgh (almost), plus supporting acts. Viv writes regularly for The Guardian and The New European. An excellent antidote to the New Year Brexit blues! Viv … More Brexit – A Comedy of Errors, Wednesday, 17th January, 19:30 – 22:00
I watched with incredulity as the referendum results of 2016 became clear. At that time, I was one of many young British people already living outside of the UK and I was busy planning my future in Spain. After a series of unfortunate events, it was the country that I had chosen to relocate to … More I feel robbed of my future