Five things to do in Weston-super-Mare this weekend
PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 April 2018
It is starting to look a lot more like spring outside with the sunshine and warmer temperatures, so get out this weekend with these amazing events.
• Last Man Standing will be performed at the Tropicana, in Marine Parade, on Friday at 7.30pm.
This dance show is driven by energy and athleticism and will be performed by a group of world class dancers to a soundtrack of rock music.
Award-winning rising star James Wilton brings his exhilarating choreography to Weston which will leave the audience breathless.
Tickets, priced £10, are available from www.thetheatreorchard.org.uk/see-something/theatre-tropicana
• Support the Mercury’s Cleaner Coastlines campaign to achieve plastic-free coastline status for Weston by going down to a beach clean which will be held on Saturday at 10am on Uphill Beach.
The event will finish at noon.
People are asked to meet in the car park, and take their own gloves and equipment where possible.
• If you cannot make the Saturday event but still want to do your bit for the environment then do not miss the weekend’s second spring clean along Sand Bay beach from 10am to noon on Sunday.
It is being run by the Marine Conservation Society, and people who want to take part should meet at the car park in Beach Road.
• The RSPCA will host a fashion show in Kewstoke village hall, in Crookes Lane, on Saturday at 7pm.
Tickets, priced £5, are available from RSPCA shops and also on the door.
• The Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary will be celebrated on the Beach Lawns, opposite Flowerdown House, on Saturday.
It will run from 10am-5pm and will see the RAFA Concert Band perform.
There will be a beer tent, stalls, and a bouncy castle for children.
If you are out and about this weekend then why not snap some photos and upload them to www.iwitness24.co.uk and they could appear in the paper.
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