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A Scottish pop band will bring its fantastic show to one of Weston-super-Mare’s main venues later this year.

The final work of Jane Austen will be remade into a beautiful musical in Bristol next month.

TV legends Dick and Dom will bring their fast-paced, pie-throwing live show to Bristol this summer.

A BRIT Award-winner will dazzle a Weston-super-Mare Playhouse audience with her entertaining show.

A team of top-quality musicians from years gone by has been assembled and will perform on a Weston-super-Mare stage next week – taking the audience back to the early days of rock ‘n’ roll.

Theatre Royal Bath’s summer season has opened with award-winning play Racing Demon.

A young theatre group will perform for a junior audience in a fantastic new show in Bath.

Three storied musicians promise a ‘unique’ vibe when they unite in Weston-super-Mare for a rare joint performance next week.

Few films have captured the hearts of the nation quite like Dirty Dancing, and now fans of the tale will be able to experience it live on stage at Weston-super-Mare’s Playhouse.

A BAFTA Award-winning children’s show will be brought to life on a Bristol stage next month.

Bristol Hippodrome

If you are looking for an evening of American charm – and perhaps a delicious hog roast dinner, then we have the competition for you.

A host of fantastic events are set to take over Weston’s Grand Pier over the next few weeks – and we have some great prizes on offer for you.

There could be Murder On The Dancefloor when Hazy Days returns to Weston in a little over two weeks’ time – and you could be in with a chance to win tickets to see Sophie Ellis-Bextor and a host of other great acts thanks to our competition.

The Reaper Bar is set to host the Explosive Light Orchestra on Saturday and you can enter our online competition to win tickets – but hurry, as the competition closes at 9am on Friday.

It is not every day you play human Tinder in a room of 1,000 people, or see a prosthetic limb crowd-surf its way to the front of a stage only to be used as an over-sized shot glass, but let’s just say Bristol Comedy Garden was full of surprises…

As a huge fan of Elbow, it was a rare treat to see the band perform in the middle of a forest as the sun set on the stage.

A bedtime story will be brought to life in a delightful show for young audiences.

On a beautiful summer’s evening, where the temperature remained high in the 20s, Craig David performed some of his biggest hits, old and new, as he pledged to bring ‘two generations together’.

Cinema and food-lovers are in for a treat next month as an outdoor cinema and dining experience will set up in Bristol.

A village amateur dramatic group will take to the stage next week for a two-night stint performing a comedy show.

Pop-punk heavyweights New Found Glory will be touring the country to celebrate their 20th anniversary, and West Country fans can see them at Bristol’s O2 Academy.

A comedy troupe composed of people on the autistic spectrum will bring its fantastic show to Bristol.

American comedian Reginald D Hunter may have had to perform in a wheelchair – but it did not stop him from making everyone at Weston’s Playhouse laugh, with his eclectic range of political, social and downright silly comedy.

A local drama group will put on a show like no other at Weston-super-Mare’s smallest theatre.

A multi-award winning film which has been described by reviewers as the ‘film of its generation’ will be brought to an audience like never before.

Leading men from London’s West End are blending their voices to deliver well-known songs, from opera to pop, at a show in Weston-super-Mare.

Hazy Days Festival is set to return in the next few weeks and plans to be bigger and better than its debut last year.

Live music, exciting speakers and storytellers will be entertaining crowds at Sidcot School’s inspiring festival on Sunday.

Sidcot School

An evening of show-stopping performances and spine-tingling music will captivate a Weston-super-Mare audience this month.

Oktoberfest could come to Weston-super-Mare this year as North Somerset Council is in talks with the event organisers.

An award-winning R&B singer will take to the stage in Bristol later this year.

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time is one of the nation’s favourite books and has been faultlessly turned into an evocative, and emotional show, currently playing at the Bristol Hippodrome.

A classic story will be reinvented on stage at Theatre Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare later this month, when Living Spit presents Tortoise Vs Hare.

More than a dozen acts will perform at 2000trees Festival this year including Lower Than Atlantis and Mallory Knox, and you could win tickets.

A fantastic new festival will come to Somerset this year – and the Mercury is offering readers a chance to be there for free.

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