What's on

The Red Arrows will take to the sky this weekend as part of the biggest event's in Weston's calendar.

Nailsea and Backwell Beer and Cider Festival is taking over the rugby club from July 12-14.


The long-awaited fourth instalment of one of cinema's greatest franchises hits screens tomorrow (Friday) and the Times has free tickets to give away to a lucky reader.

A South West theatre will host Blithe Spirit starring Absolutely Fabulous actor Jennifer Saunders until next month.


An adaptation of the renowned classic, Dirty Dancing will be performed at a theatre venue in the region next month.

Bristol Hippodrome Bristol

A theatre show remake of the timeless classic, Dirty Dancing will be performed at a venue in the district next month.

Bristol Hippodrome Bristol

Chokeslams and piledrivers will be performed by professional wrestlers next month.

Stand-up comedian Ross Noble will bring his UK tour to the West Country next year.


Eleven acts are set to take to the stage when a popular folk festival returns to Nailsea next month.

The life and death of a music composer with links to Portishead will be screened at a grade II-listed cinema.

A thrilling tale of two personalities will be told by an amateur dramatic group.

A cinema in the region will screen The Breadwinner this month.

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A celebration of two-tone and ska music will taking over the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare this month.


Russell Howard has announced he will return to Bristol in years during his worldwide tour in 2020.

Always happy to revisit my childhood years, I skipped along in the pouring rain to the Bristol Hippodrome for the opening night of Fame - The Musical last night (Monday).

Celebrating 10 years as The South, and 30 years since the release of Song For Whoever, the nine-piece from Hull are returning to Bristol's Fleece later this month, and readers could win tickets to the show.

Festival-goers will be able to take in one of Somerset's most spectacular natural landmarks while enjoying thrills and adventures this month.

A four-day festival of music, theatre, poetry and food will be enjoyed in North Somerset next week, and the Times has free tickets to give away to lucky readers.

Muse have a reputation for being one the worlds greatest live acts.


Monty Python delivered a scathing, anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood's depiction of all things biblical with their 1979 film Life Of Brian.

Award-winning poet Luke Wright will bring his show to the district next month, and the Times is giving people a chance to win tickets to see the show.

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Wannabe Hercule Poirots can take part in a night of murder mystery this week.


The Royal Bath and West Show celebrates 'the best of British farming, heritage and countryside' - which is a perfect way to sum up the four-day event in the West Country.

Award-winning classical crossover and jazz singer Teresa De Roberto will be giving an intimate performance of light opera and show tunes at Clevedon's theatre shop next week, and readers could win tickets to see the show.

A Northern Irish singer who has an impressive command of New Orleans style jazz will perform in Portishead next month.

Stephen Tompkinson and Jessica Johnson star in a new major stage production of Educating Rita.

The triumphs and woes of a band of talented teenagers will be told in the newest show to open at a West Country theatre.

A show which blends classical music with dance sounds to create a festival atmosphere will be held in the South West this summer, and the Mercury has free tickets to give away to away to a lucky reader.

Art rock band Guerilla Toss are heading to the Crofters Rights in Bristol on Sunday.

Genre-defining alt rockers Muse will be playing Bristol's Ashton Gate Stadium on June 5.

Folk duo Edgelarks will perform a date on their UK tour in Bristol next month.


The life of one of pop music's biggest names will be documented in a brilliant new biopic film.

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