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LIVE24SEVEN // Motoring, Sport & Entertainment OUT & ABOUT – WI TH L I V E 2 4 - S E V EN


Your comprehensive guide to what’s going on in our region... Sara Chardin, Travel Blogger at www.allaboardtheskylark.com


ENTERTAINMENT Herefordshire Art Week Saturday 9th to Sunday 17th September h.Art is a showcase for the wealth of creative talent in Herefordshire. With over 100 venues participating across our county, you can enjoy meeting 294 artists and viewing their work. Artists, craftmakers and creative businesses open their private studios. Galleries put on special events, whilst groups get together to put on one-off exhibitions, in a wonderful mix of interesting venues. www.h-art.org.uk


La La Land, The Market Theatre, Ledbury Wednesday 13th September, 10.30am Written and directed by Damien Chazelle, multi award winner La La Land tells the story of Mia [Emma Stone], an aspiring actress, and Sebastian [Ryan Gosling], a dedicated jazz musician, who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts. £6 (£3 for students) www.themarkettheatre.com


Faith: The George Michael Legacy at Cheltenham Town Hall Thursday 14th September, 7.30pm Faith is a stunning celebration of one the greatest singer songwriters of all time. Featuring international George Michael tribute Wayne Dilks and his 8-piece band. A musical journey of 35 years of hit


records, from Wham to his solo career, the show uses video footage from The George Michael 25 live tour and features 2 hours of hits such as, Club Tropicana, I’m Your Man, Faith, Fast Love, Outside, Freedom, Father Figure, Careless Whisper and many more. Tickets: £24.50 per person www.cheltenhamtownhall.org.uk


The Picture of Dorian Gray, Everyman Studio Theatre, Cheltenham Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th September, 2pm (Saturday) and 7.45pm Box Tale Soup presents an original adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s haunting story of evil, debauchery and scandal. Tickets: £11.50 per person www.everymantheatre.org.uk


Jan Ravens: A Difficult Woman at Cheltenham Town Hall Monday 18th September, 8pm Jan Ravens is set to delight audiences with her spot on impressions and political stamp on the world as she takes to the road with her brand new tour. The star of BBC Radio 4's Dead Ringers, Jan has been seen on and contributed across the satirical spectrum on shows such as Newsnight, The Daily Politics, Mock the Week, QI, Question Time, Today and PM. Difficult Woman reflects the current political climate and the huge part women have to play in it. Tickets: £17 per person www.cheltenhamtownhall.org.uk


Tintern Fiesta, Old Station, Tintern Monday 18th to Sunday 24th September Join us for a week of exciting events including an Allo Allo comedy dinner, the Spirit Sisters, Monmouth Savoy Youth Theatre, cream teas, arts & crafts, magic show and much more. www.facebook.com/oldstationtintern


Gustav Holst Birthday Concert, All Saints Church, Cheltenham Saturday 23rd September, 7pm The Holst Singers with conductor Stephen Layton. Programme includes choral work by Gustav Holst and Vaughan Williams. Tickets: £7 to £18 http://holstmuseum.org.uk/birthday-concert-2017


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