Newton Faulkner first shot to fame with the superb 2007 debut album Hand Built By Robots, capturing the hearts of the nation with his brand of upbeat acoustic pop and unique image.
The Moscow State Circus is returning to the UK with what it is calling its ‘latest and greatest production to date’.
Let it go and join in with Elsa and Olaf to sing the songs from the Disney film Frozen at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare.
Twenty One Pilots, one of the most talked about bands at the moment have announced their biggest UK headline tour to date, which includes a date at Bristol’s O2 Academy on February 28.
The nation’s favourite rock ‘n’ roll variety show is returning to Weston to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a mixture of classic hits plus some side-splitting comedy.
English grime singer and MC Kano returns with his ‘most important body of work to date’, the 15-track album Made In The Manor, coupled with a series of live shows.
The life and music of Andy Williams will be celebrated by experienced performer Jimmy Osmond at Weston’s Playhouse later this year.
Dick Whittington is stopping off in Brean this month on his way to London where he seeks to make his fortune.
Avenue Q is not like any musical you have ever seen before, and for all the right reasons.
Oscar-nominated Trumbo charts the trials and tribulations of famous screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in a harrowing biographical retelling of his life.
Big crowds of music fans turned out to enjoy the launch of Weston-super-Mare’s Hazy Days Festival on Saturday.
From the team that produced Dreamboats And Petticoats comes new musical Save The Last Dance For Me, which will take audiences through the rock ‘n’ roll heyday of the 1960s.
If you are hopelessly devoted to Grease and a sing-along show is the one that you want, The Playhouse has a treat for you.
A timeless love story is being brought to life by a talented group of young actors from a North Somerset academy.
London siblings Kitty, Daisy and Lewis Durham’s brand of genre-defying music has been a big hit with fans of every type of music, including ska, blues, pop, jazz, soul and plenty more.
The extraordinary story of America’s most famous big band musician will be told on the stage of Bristol’s Hippodrome.
From the West End to Weston-super-Mare, Lee Mead will be enchanting audiences when he takes them back in time to the 1940s and 1950s next month at The Playhouse.
A book series which has terrorised children for a generation will be making its big screen debut in new adventure film Goosebumps.
Folk-rock group Fairport Convention is returning to Weston-super-Mare.
Two of Tchaikovsky’s masterpieces will be performed by the Saint Petersburg Classic
Comedian Richard Herring is headlining a programme of art events in Cheddar.
Final preparations are underway as a village drama club’s annual pantomine is set to hit the stage this evening (Thursday).
On September 11 2012, 11 years to the day after a terrorist attack on New York which shook the world, the American diplomatic compound of Benghazi was attacked.
The true story of the Boston Globe’s Spotlight team, the oldest continuously-operating newspaper investigation unit in the United States, is told in the six-time Oscar-nominated film of the same name.
Gallant knights and damsels in distress will take to the stage at the weekend for four performances of a village panto.
Humpty Dumpty needs putting back together again in a new show from the Mendip Players.
It is always going to be difficult to be an ordinary boy when one of your parents – and grandparents – is a Nasa astronaut.
The Chilean mine disaster in 2010 shocked the world as 33 miners were trapped underground for more than two months.
After winning X Factor, singer Ben Haenow released his debut album which was a hit with the show’s fans and now he is preparing to go on tour.
A launch party for Weston’s Hazy Days music festival will take place this weekend.
If there’s anything that you want, let it be at Bath’s Theatre Royal where you can come together for this fantastic Beatles-inspired show.
Acclaimed Bristolian singer-songwriter Raleigh Ritchie hits the road on the back of his debut album, You’re A Man Now, Boy, which is made up of brand new, unreleased tracks and fan favourites.
All of Michael Jackson’s classic hits are included in one spectacular West End show which is heading to Bristol – and you could win tickets.
One of Britain’s most successful folk bands will be saying goodbye to the music industry with a show in Bristol later this year.
American indie rockers The Front Bottoms will play a show in Bristol as they delight fans across the country with songs from their latest album.
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