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We have put together a list of five things you can do this weekend in Weston.

A popular model railway exhibition once again raised thousands of pounds for charity when it returned this weekend.

The third and final instalment in the Bad Boys series is released on the big screen this week, 25 years after the original Bad Boys made its debut in cinemas in 1995.

Prepare to experience the distinct sounds of the Bee Gees in a spectacular concert at the Playhouse Theatre next month.

Acclaimed singer and songwriter Martyn Joseph is performing his latest album to fans in Bristol this Saturday.

Hit comedy, God Of Carnage, returns to the Theatre Royal Bath next week as part of its acclaimed 10th anniversary tour.

Californian guitarist Harrison Whitford will be performing songs old and new as a support act at The Fleece, in Bristol, on January 20.

A performance of La Bohème will be screened at Weston's Odeon on January 29 at 8pm.

A multi-award-winning playwright is coming to Bristol next week.

A drama group will recreate a classic tale this week.

A popular West End show will be performed in the South West for the first time.

An evening of 1960s music will be recreated in Weston next month.

West-Country musicians known for their authentic country sound to perform at a Congresbury hotel next year.

We have come to the end of the first week of the year and some people are feeling the pressure to try new things.

A tribute to one of rock music's most famous bands will be performed to Weston audiences next month.

One of the most magical ballets of all, Swan Lake will be performed in miniature by two professional ballet dancers in a co-production by Living Spit and Theatre Orchard.

High art met hijinks as Living Spit brought their unique take on Swan Lake to a packed Theatre Shop.

The brilliance of musician Michael Jackson will be celebrated at Weston's Playhouse theatre next month.

Indie titans, the Kaiser Chiefs, are headlining a one-off show at Bath Racecourse next summer.

A Congresbury hotel is preparing to host its annual Burns Night to celebrate the famous Scottish bard.

Animated comedy, Spies In Disguise, set in the high-octane globe-trotting world of international espionage, is screening this week at the Odeon Weston and lucky readers have the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the film for free.

A chef at a Weston curry house has seen off competition from restaurants around the country to win a national award in London.

Legendary DJ, Johnnie Walker, will bring BBC Radio 2's popular sounds of the 1970s radio show to Weston's Playhouse next month.

World-renowned violinist, Andre Rieu, is celebrating his 70th birthday with a performance being screed in cinemas across the country.

Christmas is less than a week away and some well-prepared people around Weston have finished their shopping for the big day.

The gang is back but the game has changed in Jumanji: The Next Level screening at the Odeon Weston this week.

A Weston band have released a Christmas single.

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