Student Group Resources

General Information

The Edge is the base for many Arts Societies on campus who regularly rehearse in our studios and put on performances in the Theatre and Weston Studio.

There are a wealth of other opportunities available for members of societies on campus at The Edge, such as The Arts Development Fund, which allows for exciting projects to be developed and funded and many free workshops that are programmed through the Edge Arts Community. In addition, we have locker storage for instruments and also offer performance opportunities.

If you are a society member and would like to know something about putting on a show, access to The Edge and bookings please refer to our comprehensive Student Society Society Induction Guidebook.

If you would like to explore more about Student Societies at The University of Bath you can visit the SU website.

Society Shows

All Societies putting on shows at The Edge are required to complete an Event Schedule and Risk Assessment, the templates of which are below. If you need assistance completing these forms please refer to the handbook above or contact Charlotte Appleyard or Alex Homewood.

Event Schedule

Risk Assessment

Stage Weaponry Policy

If you need guidance completing your risk assessment you can use the risk assessment guide to assist you.

RA guide

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