Wraxall’s zoo has closed until further notice.
National Trust sites across the Times patch have closed.
Clevedon’s community cinema has closed ‘in line with government advice’.
An historical French drama will be shown in Clevedon next week, and one lucky reader could win tickets to see the action for free.
Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema is staying open amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Award-winning jazz vocalist Tina May will perform at Speakeasy Jazz Club at Clarence House in Portishead this month.
A music festival will return to a village later this month.
Multi award-winning musical The King And I is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome this spring.
A multi-award-winning production will be staged in Weston next month.
The Royal Opera House will broadcast Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio, live at cinemas across the district this month, and the Times is giving readers a chance to win tickets in Clevedon.
Aardman Animations’ Shaun the Sheep will embark on an adventure in Farmageddon at a family cinema screening this weekend.
Ale drinkers will be able to sample a variety of drops as an annual beer festival returns.
A film festival featuring a selection of Somerset’s finest filmmaking talent will take place in Clevedon this month.
Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes captivated an audience at Bristol Hippodrome yesterday evening (Tuesday), and people rose out of their seats to celebrate the show’s triumphant return to the stage for the first time since 2017.
School pupils enjoyed a performance of a classic ballet.
Larger-than-life actor, writer and presenter, Brian Blessed, will share tales from his illustrious acting career as well as his adventurous life in a one off evening at The Playhouse on March 7.
Louise Redknapp will visit Bristol this spring as part of her UK tour in support of her new album, Heavy Love, released earlier in the year.
The Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman duo will be celebrating 25 years of making music together this month.
England’s smallest city will play host to a weekend-long stand-up jamboree this spring.
The National Trust will host its Top of the Gorge Festival this summer.
An art club in Clevedon is to hold an illustrated talk and paper-making demonstration this month.