What’s On this weekend
FRI 14 – SUN 16 FEB
Start planning your weekend here…
Dial M for Murder, Theatre Royal Bath, Tues 11 Feb – Sat 15 Feb
Stage version of Hitchcock’s iconic 1954 film. When charismatic and manipulative Tony Wendice, a jaded ex-tennis pro, discovers his wife Margot has been unfaithful, his mind turns to revenge and the pursuit of the ‘perfect crime’. With Tom Chambers (Holby City, Casualty, Strictly Come Dancing etc) and Sally Bretton (Not Going Out, Death in Paradise).
Midge Ure – The 1980 Tour, Lighthouse, Centre for the Arts, Poole, Fri 14 February
Oooooh Vienna! The whole album in its entirety, for the first time since it was made by Ultravox over 40 years ago plus songs from Visage’s debut album heard live for the first time, too.
Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Sat 15 Feb – Sun 26 May
Over 80 iconic posters from 19th century Paris – they revolutionised the world of graphic design, as well as boosting sales at Athena poster shop (remember that?).
Clare Teal and her BIG Mini BIG BAND, Theatre Royal Bath, Sun 16 Feb
100 years of pop music from award-winning jazzer and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal.
The Giant Shepton Flea market, Royal Bath & West, Shepton Mallet, Sun 16 Feb
Does what it says on the (vintage) tin. The biggest junk and antiques market in the South West.
Kodo: One Earth Tour 2020 – Legacy, Bournemouth International Centre, Sun 16 Feb
Japanese drumming troupe Kodo have been described as balancing deadly aggression with utter tranquility.