Talk: An Evening with Grayson Perry FULLY BOOKED
April 1 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmSold Out
Please see our Coronavirus page for more details
This event will be held at Locksbrook Campus, Bath Spa University.
Grayson Perry is one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists. Join him as he discusses his artistic practice in this special event celebrating the Holburne Museum’s major touring exhibition:
Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years. 24 Jan – 25 May 2020
THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED
Event Location: Please note: this event will be hosted at Locksbrook Campus, Bath Spa University, BA1 3EL. Doors open 6.30pm.
Transport to Locksbrook Campus: Due to the anticipated high number of attendees we strongly advise that you make use of alternative transport and/or parking.
Locksbrook Campus is located on the West side of Bath. The postcode is BA1 3EL.
Directions to Locksbrook Campus: From Bath city centre follow the A4 Upper Bristol Road out of Bath towards Bristol. Follow the road until it turns into Newbridge Road. Turn left down Station Road until you come to Locksbrook Road and Locksbrook Campus will be directly in front of you.
Bus: The closest bus stop to Locksbrook Campus is by Lidl on the Lower Bristol Road and is serviced by the Number 5 bus. The 2020 timetable is here.
The U5 and U6 bus service also runs from the city centre along Upper Bristol Road. The 2019/20 timetable is here.
The University runs an inter-site shuttle bus connecting their campuses. You can reach Newton Park, Sion Hill, Culverhay and Locksbrook using this bus service.
Train: Bath has two railway stations: Bath Spa and Oldfield Park.
Bath Spa railway station is a 35 minute walk from Locksbrook Campus. This station also has a taxi rank outside and is just a short walk to the bus station where you can continue your journey.
Oldfield Park railway Station is a 15 minute walk from Locksbrook Campus. Please note that less-frequent and local, stopping services run through this station.
All proceeds to support The Holburne
Grayson Perry Portrait 2016 © Richard Ansett
At present, this event is still scheduled to take place. The Holburne Museum is closely following government guidelines on precautions relating to COVID-19. If government advice changes and we need to postpone or cancel this event we will notify all ticket-holders at the earliest instance.