May 27 to June 4

Wylye Valley Art Trail

73 venues/300 artists in South & West Wiltshire. Painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, gilding, photography, glass, jewellery and much more.

Brochures available from Tourist Information Centres, libraries and art centres.

www.wvat.co.uk

 

June 2 and 3

Skits for Brains – A Quirky Mirth Comedy Sketch Show in the grand tradition of Python, Fry and Laurie, Big Train and The Two Ronnies, 7.45pm.

The Lights, West Street, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 1AH.

Box Office: 01264 368368

www.thelights.org.uk

 

June 2 – 26

THREE artists with a mutual passion for the British countryside have joined forces to put on an exhibition of landscapes and seascapes in Salisbury.

Sandra Hammer, Teresa Rogers and Virginia Whiting are on show at Fisherton Mill, open Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, 9.30am-5.30pm.

Fisherton Mill, 108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7QY. Admission free. Visit www.fishertonmill.co.uk

 

June 2 to 4

Vintage Nostalgia Festival

A hidden gem in the heart of the Wylye valley… “Sssh don’t tell everyone!”

Stockton Park, Stockton, Wiltshire.

Enquiries: 01985 850970

www.vintagenostalgiafestival.co.uk

 

June 4

Art in Motion: Les Colombes (ballet), at Messums Wiltshire, Place Farm, Tisbury, Salisbury

Enquiries: 01747 446042

www.messumswiltshire.com

 

June 3 and 4

Lechlade annual vintage rally & country show

Rough Grounds Farm, Burford Road, (A361) Lechlade

£4.00 Adults, £2.00 Concessions, Children free with paying adult.

www.lechladecollectorsclub.co.uk

 

June 6 – 17

Sister Act – an all new production of the Broadway and West End smash hit musical comedy starring Alexandra Burke.

Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Hampshire

Box Office: 02380 711811

www.mayflower.org.uk

 

June 17

The Celtic Journey pays homage to Celtic music as it spread across the world, and explores the influence of the Fiddle and Banjo.
As well as Creeds Cross’ original compositions of The Harvest and The Irish band, other huge hit songs include: The Devil Went Down To Georgia (The Charlie Daniels Band), Galway Girl (Steve Earl) and I Will Wait (Mumford & Sons).

The Lights, West Street, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 1AH

Box Office: 01264 368368

www.thelights.org.uk

 

June 6 – 10

Old Time Music Hall in the tradition of Victorian and Edwardian music hall at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road, Salisbury.

Tickets available from Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel: 01722 342860.

www.studiotheatre.org.uk

 

June 7

Somewhere In Time

An audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe. Strictly’s favourite couple are performing a new show following their UK tour.

City Hall Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Box Office: 01722 434434

www.cityhallsalisbury.co.uk

 

June 9

Juan Martín Flamenco Trio returns to tour the UK with a new flamenco programme of music, song and dance direct from Spain. Martín’s latest show features the 18 year old flamenco dance star from Cádiz, Raquel Gonzalez and the extraordinary singer Antonio Aparecida.

The Haymarket

Tickets: £18 (includes £2 booking fee)

Box Office: 01256 844244

www.anvilarts.org.uk

 

June 9

A comedy triple bill featuring three fast-paced, one act plays promises fun-seeking audiences a full and entertaining evening: Last Tango in Little Grimley, A Jolly Sinister Jape and Last Panto in Little Grimley.

The Lights, Andover, Hampshire

Box Office: 01264 368368

www.thelights.org.uk

 

June 14

The annual BTEC summer showcase returns to Salisbury Playhouse, with a musical twist. A collection of scenes and musical numbers embracing the theme of love.

Salisbury Playhouse, Wiltshire. Box Office: 01722 320333

www.salisburyplayhouse.com

 

June 15

Rich Hall’s Hoedown and his virtuoso musical mates perform at The Anvil, 8pm.

The Anvil, Churchill Way, Basingstoke

Box Office: 01256 844244

www.anvilarts.org.uk

 

June 24

The Crucible in the Forest. As part of the New Forest Arts Festival, Forest Forge Youth Theatre present Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Forest Forge Theatre Company, Endeavour Park, Crow Arch Lane, Ringwood, New Forest, BH24 1SF

Box Office: 01425 470188

www.forestforgetheatre.co.uk

 

June 29

‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Chapterhouse Theatre Company to mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. Outdoor theatre performance in the garden of Arundells, Salisbury Close, Salisbury, 7pm.

Tickets £20 available from Chapterhouse

www.chapterhouse.org

 

June 30

Award-winning Ballet Cymru and The Riverfront Theatre present A Midsummer Night’s Dream

by William Shakespeare, with music by Felix Mendelssohn at

The Haymarket. This funny and heart-warming adaptation features vibrant classical choreography danced by some of the finest dancers around.

Tickets: £19; Over 65s, under 16s and f/t students £17 (includes £2 booking fee).

Box Office: 01256 844244

www.anvilarts.org.uk

 

June 30

The Real Thing featuring the three original vocalists Chris and Eddie Amoo and Dave Smith perform their million selling hits with their own five- piece band.

Featuring their hits ‘You to Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get By Without You’, ‘Can You Feel the Force?’ and more they celebrate an incredible 40 years in the business.

The Lights, Andover, Hampshire

Box Office: 01264 368368

www.thelights.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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