A Weston author has opened up on the process of securing a three-book publishing year while juggling life as a single mother working part-time throughout lockdown.
A Yatton performer is set to make his West End debut alongside theatre legend Michael Ball.
Mercury readers are in for a chance to win tickets to see the tribute band of one of the most iconic music groups of all time.
Research has revealed nearly 300,000 of self-employed people in the South West feel discriminated against by mortgage lenders
Few comics would brave a storm, and narrowly avoid two fatal car accidents for a gig in a small theatre in Bristol, but on Saturday night, Andrew Maxwell did just that.
A Weston College has been ranked as the best college to work for in the UK according to The Times Best Companies to Work for list.
Pioneering avant-garde rockers Skunk Anansie will be stopping off at Bristol this August in support of their latest album 25Live@25.
A dog owner has been forced to pay thousands of pounds for not picking up his pet’s poo.
Weston College is set to open a new training centre which will focus on reducing the skills-gap in the building industry.
A classic television and radio comedy will be revived as a theatrical production in Weston next month, and Mercury readers will win tickets.
A stage show which has been seen by tens of millions of people across the globe and won countless awards will be performed on a South West stage in the autumn.
Three quarters of people surveyed support Bristol Airport’s expansion plan according to a new poll.
An award-winning play is heading to the South West next month, and Mercury readers will win tickets to the show.
Quartet the Opera Boys are set to perform at the Weston Playhouse Theatre – and the Mercury is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see the show.
More than 500 visitors flocked to Rich’s Cider in Watchfield to celebrate the wassail tradition for a good harvest.
A Great Britain athlete inspired youngsters about his sport and life journey.
Comedian and journalist Mark Thomas will bring his stand-up comedy tour to Bristol.
A Weston man will sit in a bathtub of baked beans for 30 hours and climb Mount Kilimanjaro during a year of challenges for Weston Hospicecare in memory of his wife.
Weston’s MP David Webster died suddenly after being taken ill following an Austrian ski holiday with his family.
One of Weston-super-Mare’s top cops hopes to make the town a ‘hostile’ environment for drug dealers exploiting a ‘massive’ narcotics market.
Award-winning cult Canadian comedian Glenn Wool will be heading to Bristol’s Wardrobe Theatre, with his new greatest hits show Wool’s Gold II (The Iron Pirate), in the spring.
Seven performers are being sought by a Somerset theatre group.
Comedian Julian Clary has announced a Weston stop on his UK tour.
A theatre company seeking to promote inclusiveness and people from different walks of life working and performing on stage together has launched a new workshop, with hopes of getting more people involved.