Thursday, March 8

@2K Theatre presents Still Life/Red Peppers; a double bill by Noel Coward and directed by David Northey and Mike Leach.

Still Life - the play that became Brief Encounter - is set in ‘Milford Junction’ railway station. Housewife Laura Jesson meets the handsome Dr Alec Harvey when he helps remove a piece of grit that has lodged in her eye. What starts as an innocent relationship soon develops into something deeper.

Red Peppers, a lovingly cynical tribute to the music hall era, is a vaudeville satire about George and Lily Pepper, a pair of acid-tongued music hall artists who are on their way back down the ladder of success.

Watch it: March 8: Stogumber Village Hall; March 9: Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall and March 10: Bishop’s Lydeard Village Hall All performances start at 7.30pm. Doors open at 6.45pm.

- THE Safari Party

The Safari Party is a touching and witty comedy about truth, reality, attitudes and relationships – and a table. The event takes place at The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre, from 7.30pm11pm.

The show runs until Saturday, March 10. Tickets available from or call 01823 283244.

Friday, March 9

People Make the World Go Round Experience life around the world with Reminiscence Learning.

An interactive day for carers, volunteers, health care professionals and the people you care for. A day packed with multi cultural and multi sensory experiences including food tasting, dancing, music, crafts and a show of national costumes. Taunton Rugby Club, Taunton, Somerset from 10am-3pm.

Saturday, March 10

Collegium Singers - The Voice Of My Beloved This concert features music on the theme of love, exploring texts from within and without the ‘Song of Songs’.

The concert will be held at St George’s RC Church, Billetfield, Taunton, at 7.30pm. Tickets available from Taunton Visitor Centre, Market House.

n Somerset County Orchestra - Orchestral Concert Weng Soon Tee will play the popular Piano Concerto no 5 (The Egyptian) by Saint-Saens. The concert also includes Rachmaninov’s Symphony no 2. The concert will be at Queen’s College, Trull Road in Taunton at 7.30pm. Tickets available from Taunton Visitor Centre, Market House.

Sunday, March 11

ROH Delayed Live: Carmen EVENT CINEMA (Delayed Live): Bizet’s classic French Opera stars Anna Goryachova in Barrie Kosky’s intense production. You can see the film at The Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton at 2pm. Tickets available from or call 01823 283244.

Monday, March 12

Toddler Bouncy Fun Morning every Monday from 9.30am - 11.30am during term time.

Open to all ages up to school age. £5 per child and siblings £2, adults free. Held at Wellington Scout Group, The Castle Hall, Fore Street, Wellington from 9.30am to 11.30am.

Tuesday, March 13

PC David Pepper explains his role as a Wildlife Crime Officer within Avon and Somerset Police; the law and legislation and how the public can get involved/ report incidents.

At St George’s Catholic School, The Mount, Taunton from 7.30pm-9.30pm.

Cost £3