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Remembering The Oscars at Bath Forum

Remembering The Oscars tour dates and tickets
Remembering The Oscars is a performance paying tribute to the greatst award-winning songs and movies. The production promises to range across a number of acclaimed films, from Disney favourites to the Golden Ages of Hollywood and beyond.

Remembering The Oscars will be performing 1 event in Bath on Saturday 2nd May 2020 at the Forum.

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Remembering The Oscars in Bath - Ticket Options

Sat May 2 2020    (Change Date) Bath, UK UK
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Remembering The Oscars Aljaz and Janette performing tributes to the greatest award winning songs and movies.
Bath, Forum
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Venue Information - Bath Forum

Forum 1a Forum Buildings, Bath BA1 1UG
Telephone: 08448889991
Venue Capacity: 1620
The Forum is a 1,620 capacity venue in Bath, Somerset. A Grade II listed building, it was originally used as an art deco cinema, then later a bingo hall and dance school. Now, it's one of the area's most prominent music and comedy venues.