Salisbury Arts Centre
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An acoustic folk guitarist influenced by traditional song-writing sensibilities, who's album Science & Magic was released to critical acclaim.
Barnstormers Comedy' compere introduces three top comedians from the London/National stand-up comedy circuit. Barnstormers Comedy prides itself on finding the funniest, cleverest and maybe silliest comedians out there so a great night of entertainment is guaranteed.
The Best Thing
Vamos Theatre present a bittersweet story of mistaken morals and broken hearts set in the 1960s.
Beth Ford And Nia Nicholls
The aspiring performers play a blend of original music created by the young people themselves as well as some covers.
Big Band Brunch: Girls Only Jazz Orchestra
The all-female ensemble belts out a selection of swing classics and modern numbers.
Sun 5 Feb
Sun 19 Mar
Dan Cruikshank: A History of Architecture in 100 Buildings
This is an eloquent testimony to the power of great architecture and is a glorious celebration of world culture. Journeying through time and place, from the ancient Egyptian pyramids to the soaring skyscrapers of Manhattan, renowned architectural historian Dan Cruickshank explores the most inspirational and characterful…
Thu 9 Feb
£13 (£11) / 01722 321744
David Starkey On Henry VIII
Henry VIII is the only king whose shape you remember. He bestrides our history like a colossus and the decisions he took still reverberate today. The Reformation is the first Brexit; his ministers devised the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty and his tumultuous personal life pitted religion against politics as…
Dr Sketchy's Salisbury
An evening of burlesque entertainment and life drawing with cabaret models, music and refreshments.
Frozen Light: Home
Home immerses audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) in a multi-sensory story of discovery. Performed by Frozen Light.
The Americana duo from New York performs alongside a screening of their film Rattle The Hocks, about the band's music, the rails and the land and towns they visited.
The harpist, based in Wales, performs traditional Welsh, Irish and Scottish music on the Celtic harp.
A tale of unexpected friendship from Frozen Light in this multi-sensory story of discovery.
Recital by the composer and cellist.
Jon Udry: Punches Gravity In The Face
Juggler Jon Udry wanted to make a one man show, perhaps the last show he ever makes, he ever does - this is that show. One man - persevering through the battle of life, overcoming… stuff, making tea, thinking about love, taking risks and changing the game - and juggling, juggling juggling. Think you hate juggling?
The twelve-piece ensemble from Bristol play Afrobeat and urban funk fused with a psychedelic edge.
Matuki - Valentine's Gig
Come and celebrate Valentine's Day with us to the sound of a great afro-beat gig. Matuki are a 12 piece Afro- Beat/ Afro- Funk band based in Bristol- a city renowned for its multi cultural dance music. Make a night of it and join us for a special Valentine's meal before the show. Their debut gig on Glastonbury's esteemed…
A group show exploring how different artists respond to the idea of memory, memories and memory loss featuring Jenni Dutton's Dementia Darnings portraits and Mirka Golden-Hann's exploration of the dresser, not as simple furniture, but as the respository for gathering family history over time.
Michael Portillo: Life – A Game of Two Galves
A talk with the politician, social commentator and TV documentary maker and controversial former MP for Kensington and Chelsea.
Much Ado About Puffin: Open Attic Company (Over 4s)
The Bristol artists' collective presents the tale of a man all alone on an island, a friendly puffin, and a whole lot of fuss over nothing, using puppetry, music, and old-fashioned storytelling.
Sat 18 Feb
£7.50 (£6.50; £24; £6.50) / 01722 321744
Solo show by the painter featuring a collection of works exploring the increase in the world's jellyfish population in relation to human population growth.
The six-piece from South Wales plays uplifting indie folk that blends influences from rock, Americana, Celtic traditions and blues into a powerfully aggressive sound.
The guitarist plays an instrumental fusion sound of original music inspired by the modern jazz greats.
Shappi Khorsandi: Oh My Country! From Morris Dancing to Morrissey
As a way of celebrating the 40th anniversary of her arrival in Britain, Shappi's offering up a love letter to her country.
Fri 20 Jan
£15 ( £14) / 01722 321744
Participatory theatre for very young children
A mixture of classical, rock and jazz music that is unique to the Carpathian tradition.
Volosi is a Polish Klezmer Band whose debut in 2010 at the 'New Tradition' Festival yielded all possible awards. In 2011 they confirmed their success by winning Grand Prix Svetozar Stracina for the best piece in the 'world music' category in Europe, in the contest organized by the European Broadcasting Union. In 2012…
Wanna Dance With Somebody! Or, A Guide To Managing Social Anxiety Using Theoretical Physics
The show is about social anxiety, as seen by the lead character Josh and is performed by Running Dog Theatre'.
Tue 21 Feb
£12 (£10; £11) / 01722 321744