Jane Austen Festival, Bath – preview
“First it was immortalised in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey, now Milsom Street, the famous shopping street in the centre of Bath, is to be closed to traffic as two centuries later Janeites from around the world parade along its length.
Joining them on a new route in this year’s Regency Costume Parade, which will start from Queen Square (near the Jane Austen Centre) and finish at Parade Gardens, will be the 32nd Cornwall Regiment, the Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry and others in military uniform who will be leading the procession through the city.
This promises to be the busiest Jane Austen Festival yet, with almost 70 events spread across the nine days. It includes daytime as well as evening concerts and performances, plus a wide variety of other things to do…”
You can read the rest of this exclusive preview of the Jane Austen Festival, which runs from September 14 to 22, in the July/August issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine.
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