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PUBLISHED: 14:27 31 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:05 24 May 2010

On the region s stage February 24-March 3

On the region's stage February 24-March 3 WESTON THE PLAYHOUSE: Box Office on (01934) 645544 or visit www.theplayhouse.co.uk* February 24, 7.45pm. THAT'LL BE THE DAY: The nation's favourite rock 'n' roll show returns with its special 20th anniversary tour.* February 25, 7.30pm. MOZART BY CANDLELIGHT: The Locrian Ensemble performs a selection of popular classical and baroque music in lavish period costume.* March 1, 8pm. T-REXTASY - BORN TO BOOGIE: Voted number one by the BBC, the highly acclaimed tribute band is a must for all glam-rock fans.* March 2, 7.30pm. RUMOURS OF FLEETWOOD MAC: An evening charting the songs of arguably the world's first supergroup. Audiences can enjoy timeless classics like Black Magic, Woman, Albertross, Go Your Own Way and Dreams.BRISTOLBRISTOL HIPPODROME: Box Office on (0870) 607 7500. * Until February 25, 7.30pm, matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm. SIMPLY BALLROOM DANCING: A lavish new show featuring a cast of professional ballroom dancers and backed by a live orchestra.* February 27 to March 4, Mon-Thurs 7.30pm, Fri-Sat 5.30pm & 8.30pm. FOOTLOOSE: Based on the smash hit film, this musical spectacular hits the UK for the second time prior to the West End. Follows the story of city boy Ren, who moves to small town America where dancing is banned.BRISTOL OLD VIC: Box Office on 0117 987 7877.* Until March 11. THE BARBER OF SEVILLE: A revolutionary play in its day, The Barber Of Seville has been updated by Lee Hall. A foolish old doctor keeps his pretty young ward away from doting eyes. However, Figaro is determined to win the hand of Rosine for his former boss, the Count Almaviva.BRISTOL OLD VIC STUDIO: Box office on 0117 987 7877.* Until March 18. AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS: Follow Phileas Fog and his faithful manservant, Passepartout, in circumnavigating the globe in 80 days. Jules Verne's tale burst onto the stage with help and direction of Toby Hulse.BATH THEATRE ROYAL: Box office - (01225) 448844 * February 27 to March 4, Mon-Wed 7.3.pm, Thurs-Sat 8pm, matinees Wed & Sat 2.30pm. FESTEN: Nominated for five Olivier Awards, this production visits Bath prior to its trip to Broadway. David Eldrige has adapted the award-winning cult film onto a darkly comic and explosive drama for the stage.USTINOV STUDIO: Box office - (01225) 448844* Until February 25, 8pm. THE LENINGRAD SIEGE: Out of The Box presents the English language premiere of a highly acclaimed play by one of Spain's most influential living dramatists, Jose Sanchis Sinisterra.* March 2-4. HERE'S WHAT I DID WITH MY BODY ONE DAY: This critically acclaimed multi-media performance tells a story of genius, fate and the purely accidental. When scientist David Ree goes to Paris with his father, his father goes missing. David's search for him raises questions about the secrets of inheritance and a family curse involving French intellectuals.

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