The biggest robbery New York City has ever seen is the plan which an all-woman crime squad hope to pull off – and Mercury readers can win a front row seat to the action.
One of Aesop’s fables will be retold in hilarious fashion by a North Somerset comedy duo in Weston next month.
The remarkable talent of Nat King Cole will be celebrated in a show in Weston next month.
The life and music of an American producer, singer and songwriter will be celebrated at The Playhouse next month.
An engaging story of wit and wonder will be performed on a Bristol Stage next month.
A Celebrity Big Brother star hopes to mesmerise people on his new tour.
A live performance of a timeless ballet will be screened at a Weston-super-Mare cinema, promising a high-quality rendition of one of the most famous shows of all time.
Entertainers will present The Rocket Man – A tribute to Sir Elton John at Weston’s Playhouse and the Mercury is giving readers the chance to be there for free.
One of North Somerset’s most popular comedy duos will be performing in Weston this month.
Four American acting stalwarts have returned to cinema screens this weekend, and Mercury readers can win tickets to see the film for free.
A Strictly Come Dancing star will return to Bristol as a musical makes its grand return to the big stage.
A Weston-super-Mare gym is giving Mercury readers a free three-day pass to use its facilities – and one lucky person can win a three-month membership.
Internationally renowned Queen tribute act, The Bohemians, will soon take centre stage at Weston’s Playhouse and the Mercury are giving you a chance to be there for free.
Several years after a dinosaur theme park and luxury resort was destroyed, a daring team
is set to return to the island to save the beasts from certain doom in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Three big names of UK music will perform in the West Country next month, and you could see the show for free.
A one-man adaptation of a Charles Dickens classic will be performed in Clevedon next week.
A-list comedians will be performing at the Bristol Comedy Garden next month and the Mercury is offering readers the chance to see some of them for free.
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