What's on at the Tropicana this summer?
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A programme of events has been planned to run alongside the See Monster's arrival to the Tropicana in Weston this summer.
Tropicana: What's Next? is a showcase of events at the indoor space with a focus on education, well-being, curative arts and cultural events running parallel to the giant 33m art installation expected to hit Weston this season.
It will be delivered by North Somerset Council in partnership with local creative consultants and sponsors including A.P Signs and Print and Yatton Post Office.
The programme will offer both free and ticketed events.
Below is a rundown of all the events taking place at the Tropicana from July to September.
Vegan & Eco Fair: Plant-based food and drink, ethical clothing and sustainable products.
- 1 Police appeal after acid attack on woman in Weston
- 2 New coastal path linking Brean to Sand Bay opens
- 3 North Somerset Council to approve historic bus improvement plan
- 4 Weston College to launch new adult courses for free
- 5 Fears Weston will be UK 'laughing stock' if See Monster delayed until September
- 6 Dual-site primary school rated good by inspectors
- 7 Councillor heralds Marine Lake revamp a 'huge success'
- 8 Century-old family business opens new storage facility in Worle
- 9 Budding Worle sporting stars honoured at Oscar-style award ceremony
- 10 Weston pair deny murder in Somerset town
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August 1 to 13
STEAM Themed Art Exhibition: A display of paintings and sculptures by local artists.
August 15 & 22
Tropicana From Page to Stage: A young person’s creative writing course to explore and deliver script writing.
August 16 to 18
Tropicana Re:Member: A daily workshop including an exploration into whether the creative arts can help with well-being, loneliness, mental health and memory.
August 19 & 26, September 9 & 10
Tropicana Platform: An opportunity for emerging artists to showcase their talent.
August 23 to 25
Tropicana Co:Laboratory: Educational panels on sea pollution, young people and community activism, agriculture and biodiversity.
August 27 & 28
Bank Holiday Weekend of Live Music: DJ music, vinyl's v digital (August 27), performances from emerging local bands (August 28).
September 1 to 4
Theatre Performance: Commercial theatre production created using the circular economy, exploring the programme’s themes.
September 5 to 16
Flood Exhibition: An educational and immersive experience around the local floods of Uphill.
September 6 to 8
Creative Spaces: Free venue space for theatre companies to devise and develop new work.
Film Night: With a focus on sustainability and cleaner coastlines.
What’s Next? Closing Event.
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