Musical ready to rock Weston

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Rock Of Ages is coming to Weston.

Weston is welcoming the popular musical Rock Of Ages, celebrating some of the biggest rock songs of the 1980s performed by Sunshine productions.

Gyles Brandreth.

Popular comedian and after-dinner speaker Gyles Brandreth will bring his unique brand of wit to Bristol next month.

Bristol Hippodrome Stage Experience pupils performing Glee.

Young people who fancy themselves as musical theatre’s next big star are being invited to sign up to the Bristol Hippodrome’s Stage Experience production Fame The Musical.

Avenue Q will be at The Playhouse, Weston.

Raucous comedy Avenue Q is set to entertain Weston audiences with its unique mix of comedy and puppetry when it begins a run at The Playhouse next month.

Phyllis Logan will star in Present Laughter.

Downton Abbey star Phyllis Logan is set to entertain audiences when she takes centre stage in a brand-new production of classic Noel Coward comedy Present Laughter next month.

Showtime at Yeo Valley

Saturday, May 14, 2016
Yeo Valley Bacon Boys

Yeo Valley canteen in Blagdon is hosting show and supper evenings from Tuesday to May 19.

Anita Harris after the fire alarms at the Blakehay Theatre in Weston-super-Mare.

West End performer Anita Harris evacuated the Blakehay Theatre in Weston-super-Mare along with audience members after the fire alarms went off.

Emily Atack stars as Holly Golightly. Photo by Sean Ebsworth Barnes.

Classic romantic comedy Breakfast At Tiffany’s is set to delight audiences when it opens in Bath next week.

Dirty Dancing is in Weston for one night only.

Dirty Dancing is returning to the stage in Weston-super-Mare ready to give you the time of your life – and you could get your hands on a pair of tickets, some exclusive signed merchandise, and a meeting with two of the stars, through our competition.

Priscilla: Queen of the Desert. Photo by Paul Coltas.

Show-stopping musical Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert will roll into Bristol later this month – and you could be there to enjoy the show in person, thanks to our competition.

Bristol Shakespeare Festival is set for a sensational return.

The Bristol Shakespeare Festival is set to return for the 13th year in a row with its unique staging of The Bard’s greatest triumphs.


After a hugely successful launch last year, the must-see play Shawshank Redemption is coming to Weston-super-Mare.

Horrible Histories. Photo by Mark Douet.

Historic tales will be told on stage next month when the Horrible Histories series comes to Bristol – and you could be there to enjoy the show thanks to our competition.


A music show with a difference will blow you away at the Playhouse in Weston later this month.

Buddy Holly and the Cricketers. Photo by Mark Sepple.

A tribute to one of the world’s greatest rock and roll stars will take place at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare – and you could be there to enjoy the show in person.

The Offstreet Players murder mystery at the Theatre in the Hut.

The Offstreet Players are hosting an interactive murder mystery production, with a chance to win a prize if you can correctly guess who the guilty party is.

The cast of The Bachelor Girls

Weston is welcoming a student production company for two exciting performances of Bachelor Girls at the Blakehay Theatre.

Footloose is set to be a huge hit in Weston

If there is a sure-fire way to ‘kick off your Sunday shoes’ and leave the Weston-super-Mare Playhouse with a smile on your face, it is with a trip to see the UK tour of Footloose.

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