‘The Godfather of British Blues’ to play in Salisbury

For over 50 years, John Mayall has served as a pioneer of blues music, rightly earning him the title, 'The Godfather of British Blues',...

Didn’t get a ticket to Swindon’s Gin Festival? Well, you’re in luck!

GinFestival.com's first and upcoming event at Swindon's Steam Museum sold out in a matter of weeks, so festival organisers have increased the capacity to...

Do you know any mini ninjas?

Keep your kids entertained with sushi-making classes throughout August at YO! Sushi in Oxford and Reading. July 2017: YO!, the Japanese street food and sushi restaurant,...

A fasinating Q&A with Bee Daws Puppetry

Shoebox Theatre caught up with Bee Daws to find out more about her upcoming puppetry show at the Shoebox, The Girl who was Swallowed by...
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Rain to run riot in Swindon

Swindon welcomes back local talent 'Rain', who are back after a brief quiet spell with a show at Swindon's Level III on Thursday August...

Towersey’s Real Ale & Cider line-up revealed, plus the launch of a brand new...

36 real ales and seven ciders are on the bill for this year's Towersey Festival, which if you still haven't got plans for the...

A double whammy of huge talent at The Wee Gig

Two of the UK’s most talked about emerging songwriters, Dan Whitehouse and Jess Morgan, bring their tour to Abingdon's The Wee Gig Friday October...
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Rosie Kay Dance presents: 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline

Royal Wessex Yeomanry Army Reserve Centre will be hosting Rosie Kay's wartime-inspired dance choreography September 29 to September 30. '5 Soldiers' is a thrilling and...

A charming and musical depiction of wartime Britain

The Wyvern Theatre journeys back to the 1940s October 29 for Songs That Won The War ft. The D-Day Darlings. Be taken on a musical journey...

“A triumph… signed, sealed, delivered”

Music fans are invited to the biggest party of the year as the unstoppable Magic of Motown show steams into Oxford and Swindon. Prepare yourself...
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