Bath on the Beach is a pop-up outdoor venue in the centre of Bath, right next to Victoria Park and The Pavilion. You can’t miss it, it’s the beach hut studded paradise, with palm trees and soft white sands.
Setting up this brilliant pop-up is no mean feat. 50 tonnes of sand are imported, upon which stand Caribbean-style cabanas, deck chairs, and loads of beach games for guests to play.
Bath on the Beach will be serving ‘a delicious range of refreshing summer inspired cocktails to accompany the beautiful weather and relaxing atmosphere’, and gorgeous wood-fired pizzas.
‘It’s like being in the Caribbean, but in the centre of Bath’, says Robbie, part of the BOTB team.
As the biggest outdoor venue in Bath, Bath on the Beach was especially successful last summer. It was the go to open-air meeting spot for groups of six who wanted to enjoy their weeks of freedom from lockdown in the sun.
This summer, groups of up to 30 people can meet outside, and so Bath on the Beach have built special areas for bigger parties.
This area is called ‘The Longhouse’ and can be booked privately.
This year they’ll also be screening games from UEFA Euro 2021 on their enormous LED cinema screen. That’ll make Bath on the Beach the largest outdoor venue broadcasting the Euros.
They want to provide a ‘unique experience in a unique environment’, while guests watch the games.
COVID-19 safety is closely monitored at Bath on the Beach. It’s an outdoor area, and orders are done via an app. This keeps interaction with people outside of your group to a minimum.
Entry is free and they’re open every day 11am to 10pm (adults only after 6pm).
Words by Jonathan R Parsonage