Theatre Walks

Kings and Commoners in Keynsham

Kings and Commoners in Keynsham

Our new walk for Keynsham’s Heritage Open Days 9-11 September – and it’s free!

People have lived and worked and played and prayed in Keynsham for over 2,000 years. One of the greatest monasteries of medieval England stood here, and one of the largest villas in Roman Britain. And the evidence is all around, including on the high street – you just have to know where to look.

Keynsham: visited by Kings, ruled by commoners, spelled by Horace Batcheor and hymned by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

Starting at St John’s church our new walk explores some fascinating stories and people including three ghosts – and the King Who Never Was.

  • Meet/start: Outside St John’s Church, 1 The Park, Keynsham  BS31 2BL
  • Tour takes place outdoor. Ends a short walk from the start.
  • Lasts: approx. 1.5 – 2 hours
  • Dates + Times: 4pm Fri 9, 2pm Sat 10, 2pm Sun 11 September
Private tours by arrangement, contact us for details

Available for private tours, please contact us for details »

Collect the set with our THEATRE WALKS. Bedminster, Blackbeard, NEW Cary Grant, Clifton, Treasure Island and the return of FRANKENSTEIN IN BATH in July/August 2024

uncanny and macabre, cracking script, consummate performer — Bristol Life Mag

Awards include Best Live Performance (Creative Bath Awards) and Best of Bristol Theatre (Bristol24/7).