This week edition features Goldfrapp, chocolate, Susan Boyle and Mad Men! Intrigued? Read on for some great things to do this week in Bristol, Cardiff or Plymouth!
What’s On In Bristol
Storyteller Sarah Mooney captivates imaginations with her sessions which mix original tales with new twists on classic legends. Children can join in the action with stories of whales and angel fish, pirate treasure and stormy seas.
Where: Brunel’s ss Great Britain / When: 1st April / How much: Free Admission
Find out more: http://www.ssgreatbritain.org/whats-on/sea-hear-storytelling
Alison Goldfrapp returns to the Colston Hall stage together with musical confidante and co-creator Will Gregory to perform their sixth studio album, Tales Of US – an album full of sensuous character sketches, contrary love affairs, suspense, hallucinations, fairy tales and modern folklores.
Where: Colston Hall / When: 1st April / How much: Tickets from £31.71
The chocolate Festival
The Chocolate Festival returns to Bristol. This year, as well as a new location, it will be at Brunel’s Old Station, it will have a completely new range of indulgent things to do
Where: Brunel’s old station / When: 5-6th April / How much: Tickets from £5.75
Find out more: http://visitbristol.co.uk/things-to-do/the-chocolate-festival-p1516833
What’s On In Cardiff
Win 2 TICKETS to see WICKED at Wales Millennium Centre along with an overnight stay at Future Inn Cardiff for 2 adults including full breakfast.
For your chance to win, “Like us” on Facebook and tell us where you are from and why you want to want this theatre break. Competition closes on 10th April 2014. To see the full terms and conditions of the Facebook competition, please visit here. The lucky winner will be notified by mail on 11th April 2014.
Susan Boyle Concert
After a sell out Scottish Tour in the summer of 2013, global singing sensation Susan Boyle is returning to the stage in her very first nationwide live tour, ‘Susan Boyle In Concert’ in March 2014.
Where: St David’s Hall / When: 3 Apr 2014 To 3 Apr 2014 / How much: Tickets from £37.50
Christened as ‘The Man with the Golden Voice’ in a recent BBC4 documentary, internationally respected British singer songwriter, Paul Carrack, the voice of pop classics such as Over My Shoulder and many more, returns to familiar-ground
Where: St David’s Hall / When: 2nd April / How much: Tickets: £28.50
Find out more: http://www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk/
What’s On In Plymouth
Produced by Theatre Royal Plymouth, Mad Man follows the recent success of Solid Air, Forever House and The Astronaut’s Chair. Lead artist Chris Goode’s previous productions in Plymouth include King Pelican, Monkey Bars and Keep Breathing.
Where: Theatre Royal / When: 20th March / How much: Tickets from £14.70
Find out more: http://www.visitplymouth.co.uk/events/mad-man-p1663883
Stranger by the lake
In southern France, Franck frequents his local cruising spot each day; sunbathing, swimming and admiring the bronzed male bodies. Late one night, he witnesses an act of violence and finds himself drawn into an enticing web of danger that could put his life in jeopardy.
Where: Plymouth Arts Centre / When: 28th March onwards (see website for more) / How much: Tickets from £7.50
Diary of a Solider
See a display featuring transcripts and images of sketches by W O Reynolds, an artist, teacher and soldier from Lipson in Plymouth who served in the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force during World War I.
Where: Merchant’s House / When: 1st April – Sept / How much: Tickets from £2.60