Fairfield House has a bustling and multi cultural schedule, hosting many different events through the course of the year. BEMSCA, Rastafari, the Ethiopian Community and local people of Bath all use Fairfield House regularly for different occasions.
Due to the Covid19 situation and the vulnerable status of our elderly visitors, many of our regular events in recent times have had to be a virtual alternative.
This ever changing situation is always being monitored and we hope to return to Fairfield House being it's lively self one day again in the future.
Black History Month Guided Tours
Each Sunday in October
10 am - 4 pm
For more information click here
For tickets visit : www.ticketsource.co.uk/fairfield-house
Freedom in the City : Festival of Learning April - October 2021
Race to Adwa hosted by the Ethiopian Community - 2nd March 2021 - see report here
The observance of many different holy days are regularly held at Fairfield House.
For the Rastafari Community, these include His Imperial Majesty’s Birthday on July 23rd and the anniversary of the Coronation of His and Her Imperial Majesty on November 2nd and other celebrations and remembrances including a monthly Sabbath observance led by Ras Bandele.
For the Ethiopian Community, Ethiopian Orthodox Genna (Christmas), Fasika (Easter) and Inkutatash (New year) amongst other celebrations have been traditionally held at Fairfield House. During these events guests experience a traditional Ethiopian welcome with Ethiopian foods and coffee. These special days are full of everyone sharing a love of Ethiopian culture, especially music and dancing.