Comedian Dylan Moran will bring his stand-up routine to audiences in Bristol later this month.
A music concert will be held in Nailsea this weekend.
A Scandinavian theatre company will bring their unique take on a famous assassination to Clevedon.
Autumn will begin with a bang next week thanks to Portishead Players.
A theatre show based on true events is heading to Clevedon later this month, and Times readers will win tickets to see the action.
Two science-fiction cult hits will play back-to-back for one night only at a Clevedon cinema.
The wonderfully colourful and hilarious spectacle that is Madagascar The Musical got families to ‘Move It, Move It’ at The Hippodrome, in Bristol, when it opened last night (Tuesday).
An eclectic line up of authors will celebrate literature in England’s smallest city.
A butterfingered spy is back to save the world again, and the Times is offering readers the chance to see if for free.
The tale of a prisoner of war and a guard in Northern Iraq explores the impact of racial and religious politics in a Theatre Shop production next week.
A fabulous music club will celebrate the start of its season with its second monthly concert.
A tale of an ambitious girl, who wants to spread her wings and find true freedom, will be performed at a venue in Clevedon at the start of next month.
A Russian folk tale based on a mythical creature will be performed in Clevedon next month.
A Western drama will air at Clevedon’s Curzon cinema next month and the Times is offering lucky readers the chance to enjoy it for free.
A galactic tour through the universe will be held in Clevedon next month, and the Times has tickets up for grabs.
The circus is heading to a North Somerset town with a magnificent show of acrobatics and co-ordination,
Jazz vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal will perform in Chipping Sodbury.
A dark comedy is touring around North Somerset pubs this month.
A cult favourite will be screened at Clevedon’s leading independent cinema and the Times is giving readers the chance to see it for free.
I was full of anticipation to see a stage production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang open at The Bristol Hippodrome last night (Tuesday) as it is always lovely to revisit childhood memories.
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