The story about a female writer and her struggles to get recognition is told at a Clevedon cinema.
International musicians will perform music from Vivaldi, Mozart and Gershwin at a charity concert in Nailsea.
Edinburgh Fringe favourite Andrew Maxwell will bring his latest show to Bristol’s The Wardrobe Theatre on March 16.
Two Horrible Histories’ theatre shows are set to be performed a North Somerset theatre this week.
One of Britain’s best live bands, the Stereophonics, will be headlining the annual Forest Live show at Westonbirt Arboretum this June.
A new season of film screenings will begin in Long Ashton this weekend.
A documentary telling the story of the Clevedon Skate Project will be aired alongside a popular coming-of-age movie.
A Bristol venue is set to host comedian and journalist Mark Thomas next month.
Tickets are still up for grabs to see a rock ‘n’ roll legend at a West Country stadium.
The story of an iconic comedy double act will amuse audiences at a Clevedon cinema, and the North Somerset Times is offering one lucky reader the chance to see it for free.
A theatrical adaptation of the 1988 film Rain Man, starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, will be staged in Bath later this month.
Mock the Week regular Zoe Lyons will be bringing her latest show, ‘Entry Level Human’, to Bristol’s Wardrobe Theatre on January 25.
Comedian Olga Koch will perform at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory later this month.
A story focusing on the behind-the-scenes politics between two cousins will be told in a new film.
A theatre group is looking to recruit seven new members.
A film based around the life of a bored teenager at a California school will be screened next week in Portishead.
A story about a man who founded Motown Records which helped Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye to become famous will be performed in Bristol next year – and the Times is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see the show.
Critically-acclaimed musical The King And I is coming to Bristol as part of its UK tour.
There are not many bands which would release a single which was also a recipe for crab cakes, but Clutch are not your average band.
Two stars from the world of television are treading the boards at the Bristol Hippodrome over the festive season.
The newest superhero film has aired at the Curzon and the Times is offering readers the chance to see it for free.
Two stars of stage and screen will perform in this year’s Playhouse pantomime.
A family favourite will be retold with the help of an all-star cast as Mary Poppins arrives to help the Banks children once again.
Fans can win the chance to see in the New Year with The Leylines.
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