Saturday, February 9

Someone Like You

- THIS is the Adele Songbook) is a stunning live concert performance, celebrating the music of one of our generations finest singer-songwriters.

Staring X-Factor finalist Katie Markham, Someone Like You launched in 2016 to critical acclaim. Taking theatres by storm, the show is booked to play over 80 UK Theatres in 2018 along with European tours.

Hand-picked by Adele herself on Graham Norton’s BBC Special, the outstanding Katie Markham leads a super-talented six piece band through all your favourite Adele hits plus much more in this internationally acclaimed show – from powerhouse performances with Force 10 vocals, through to intimate torch songs and a spellbinding sit down acoustic section.

See it at The Brewhouse at 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50. Buy online at or call 01823 283244.

Maternity: Provisional States

- AN exhibition inspired by the surroundings of Hestercombe will showcase the work of three artists who have been directly engaged with us over three years. Collectively interested in issues related to labour and the management of landscape and nature, the exhibition aims to examine and critique human and non-human centred activity found in Hestercombe’s past and present.

Featured artists: Sarah Bennett, Megan Calver, Philippa Lawrence.

Please note: the Gallery is not yet wheelchair accessible; however for all of our exhibitions we display a documentary-style film on the ground floor.

See it at Hestercombe Gallery, Hestercombe, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton.

Sunday, February 10

Taunton Sinfonietta - Collections & Connections

- THE Sinfonietta present ‘Collectons & Connections’ with music including:

CPE Bach Cello Concerto in A Major; JS Bach Violin Concerto in A Minor; Mendelssohn Sinfoniesatz; Schubert German Dances; Trisagion Arvo Pärt and Rutter Suite for Strings

Hear it at 3pm at Temple Methodist Church, Upper High Street, Taunton.

Tickets Adults £15, Friends £12 and children/students £1.

Tickets on sale at Taunton Visitor Centre.

Monday, February 11

Somerset Industrial Archaeological Society

Recording Watchet Paper Mill, an account by Mary Miles, Chair of SIAS.

Originally established in 1750, most of the Wansborough Paper Mill in Watchet has recently been demolished. SIAS was able to record many of the machines and buildings, and with others has secured a record of 1000s of photographs. These are now being sorted prior to placing in the Somerset Heritage Centre.

Meeting at North Town School, off Wood Street, Taunton.

£2 for non-members.

Thursday, February 14

SPACE Fest 2019: Big Smoke

- A contemporary dance show, choreographed to explore and showcase all things London. Taking in a big red bus tour, the vibrant samba beats of Notting Hill Carnival, the West End’s finest musicals, Fashion Week, Covent Garden, the buzz of the 2012 Olympics and the panic sparked by the riots’ . At Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, School Road, Taunton at 7pm.Tickets £10, Cons £9 and Student £7. Buy online at or call 01823 414141.