Getting around the Festival
Bath is a small city and easy to get round on foot, but it’s also well served by city buses into the evening.
Larkhall (Rondo Theatre) is on buses 6A&7, and not at all far from bus 13.
The University of Bath is on buses U1&U2
Kingswood Theatre is on bus 31 and the rare 79 & 620
The Royal Oak is on buses 5,17, 20(A/C), 42, U5, U6
Fairfield House is on buses 19 & 37
The Moorfields Inn is nearest to the route of bus no. 8
Getting back late
Buses to Saltford, Keynsham & Bristol run hourly every night till 1am except for Sunday when they stop at 23.10.
Trains run back to Bristol after midnight every night, and after 1am Monday-Friday.
Trains run to Chippenham, Swindon, Reading & London until 10.45pm every night – except Sunday when it’s 10.22.
The last train to Frome via Bradford, Trowbridge & Westbury, etc. is at 23.38 Monday to Friday, and 23.27 on Saturday. Annoyingly it doesn’t make it as far as Frome on a Sunday (23.28), when the last train into Somerset is 21.06.
Check for railway engineering work before consigning yourself to the last train.
Bath Tourist Information
For information about where to stay and what to do during the day in Bath (apart from going to FAB fringe art shows and supporting our advertisers and sponsors, of course) your one-stop for all the information you could need is Bath Tourist Information. And for extra convenience, Bath Box Office is in the same building!
p: Bridgwater House, 2 Terrace Walk, Bath, BA1 1LN
t: 01225 477101 / 0906 711 2000 (50p / min)
They have an informative website at www.visitbath.co.uk