Friday, April 13

Live Music – The Helters + Support THE Helters have been together for nearly two years now and released their first EP in August last year which is available on most music platforms, with over 9,000 streams on Spotify.

Gig takes place at 7.30pm at Creative Innovation Centre CIC, Paul Street, Taunton

Saturday, April 14


A NEW family exhibition Michael Morpurgo: A Lifetime in Stories will be open at the Museum of Somerset to July 7.

Visitors can discover the life and works of one of Britain’s best loved storytellers and the author of the inspirational hit of stage and screen War Horse.

West Somerset Railway and Hestercombe

BOARD the steam train at Minehead, alight at Bishops Lydeard Station, then travel to Hestercombe in style on a vintage bus. For the timetable and to book tickets contact or visit Taunton Visitor Centre or the West Somerset Railway website..

- Gaz Brookfield Fuelled By Cider presents..

Gaz Brookfield plus support from Joe McCorriston and Steve & The Masquerade THIS will be Brookfield’s third visit to the county town in three years as part of UK tours.Since winning Acoustic magazine’s 2010 Singer Songwriter of the year, Gaz has spent his time on the road, touring the UK and Europe. Rising solo act Joe McCorriston is Gaz’s chosen support for the night, bringing with him a reputation for a similarly tireless work rate and upbeat energetic live show.

Highly-rated local duo Stevie & The Masquerades will kick off the night in style . Doors open 7.30pm First act on at 8pm Tickets available at the Taunton Visitor Centre.

Adults £8 in advance plus £1 booking fee Adults £10 on the door.

Sunday, April 15

Queen’s Singers Gala

CONCERT takes place at 4pm in the Performing Arts Centre, Queen’s College, Taunton. Entry £5 – includes refreshments Book at bookings. or call 01823 340880.

Monday, April 16

Willow Weaving Workshop

EXPERT willow weaver Sarah Webb will guide you in creating a beautiful conical plant climber for your garden. Cost £35 per person. Takes place at Hestercombe Gardens, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton, from10am – 1pm.

Tuesday, April 17

My Best Friends Are Songs ALISTER Wilmott is back with his brand new show exploring the world of the performer.

This insightful, witty and honest show looks into what it is like to be a professional singer in the crazy world of show business and features visual effects and a timeless and uplifting selection of songs.

Tickets £7.50 with a nominal booking fee. Collection to be made in aid of Somerset St Margaret’s Hospice.

Event takes place at 7pm at Wellington Arts Centre, Eight Acre Lane, Wellington.

Wednesday, April 18

CINEMA: Finding Your Feet A MIDDLE-class snob on the eve of retirement takes refuge with her bohemian sister after she discovers her husband is having an affair with her best friend.

Stars Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Joanna Lumley. Plus: ‘Winter Warming’ daytime screening.

Suitable for ages 12 and above.

Event at Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre, Coal Orchard, Taunton Tickets student £6.50, senior £7.50 and Full Price £8.50.

Buy online at or call box office on 01823 283244.