Stonemasonry Works Yard Tour, Salisbury Cathedral, go behind the scenes at the cathedral works yard and learn about the work of the stonemasons, 2pm-3pm. Also Tuesday. Info:

The Origins of Photography in Salisbury 1839 – 1919, talk by Anthony Hamber, Salisbury Museum, 6.30pm. Info:

Sing-a-Long The Greatest Showman, City Hall, Salisbury, 7pm. Info: or 01722 434434.

Knot, Salisbury Arts Centre, 8pm.


Graffiti Tour, Discover the findings from on-going project to record and interpret the cathedral’s medieval graffiti, Salisbury Cathedral, 2pm-3pm. Info:


Woodgreen Steam Rally & Model Show, Woodgreen Village Hall, 10am-5pm. Also Sunday. In aid of CLAPA and Alzheimer’s Society.

Bishop Wordsworth’s School & South Wilts Grammar School Choral Concert, City Hall, Salisbury, 7.30pm. Info: or 01722 434434.

Riots & Lobsters, Salisbury Arts Centre, 8pm. Info: or 01722 320333.


Artisan Market, Market Place, Salisbury, 10am-4pm.

Big Band Brunch, Girls Only Jazz Orchestra (GOJO), Salisbury Arts Centre, 12pm.


Stained Glass Tour, Salisbury Cathedral, 12pm–1pm. Free, included in your donation to the cathedral.

Live Dig with Dr Phil Harding & Lorraine Mepham, Salisbury Museum, 10am-5pm.


Salisbury Local History Group: The Suburbanisation of Salisbury, talk by Hadrian Cook, Salvation Army, Salt Lane, Salisbury, 7.30pm.


Silver Screen Wednesday Matinee: Never Let Me Go, film, Salisbury Arts Centre, 2.30pm.

BlacKkKlansman, film, Salisbury Arts Centre, 7.30pm.


National Theatre: All About Eve, screening, Salisbury Arts Centre, 7pm.


The Remains of the Day, Salisbury Playhouse. Runs until May 11. Info: or 01722 320333.

The Stranger on the Bridge, Salisbury Playhouse, The Salberg. Runs from today until Saturday.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Salisbury Playhouse, The Salberg. Runs from May 9-11.

Forest Forge Youth Theatre: Tristan and Yseult, Forest Forge Theatre, Ringwood, Runs until Saturday. Info: or call 01425 470188.


The Origins of Photography in Salisbury 1839 - 1919, Salisbury Museum, 10am-5pm. Runs until May 4.

Creative Wiltshire: A Celebration of Art in Wiltshire, Salisbury Museum, 10am-5pm. Runs until May 4.

Standing by my darling’s side, Mompesson House, The Close, Salisbury.

Peter Thursby: The Power of Line and Form, Salisbury Museum. Runs until September 15.

Salisbury Group of Artists: Picture Salisbury, Arundells, The Close, Salisbury. Runs until May 21, 11am-4.30pm. Closed Thursday & Friday.

Where the Land Ends, Salisbury Arts Centre. Runs until May 18.

Loud & Clear, Beaumont Gallery, Woodlands Road, Mere. Runs from Friday until May 15.



Tom Carpenter, Five Bells, Salisbury, 8.45pm. Free entry.

Cider Festival, The Duck, Laverstock. Runs until Sunday.


Brown Dog Band, Five Bells, Salisbury, 8.45pm. Free entry.

Lady Winwood’s Magot, The Duck Inn, Laverstock, 9pm. Free.


Cellarats, The Duck Inn, Laverstock, , 9pm. Free.


The launch of Salisbury Live 2019 takes place this Bank Holiday Sunday (May 5) in the market square from 3pm-10.30pm.

Acts include headliners, Rolling Stones tribute act, The Stones, Spire Samba, Home From The Unknown, Evolution Choir, Funk Soul Sista, Big Dog and Lady Winwood’s Maggot

There will be food served all day including a barbecue, pizza, gourmet burgers and vegan cuisine as well as a bar and gin shack. The event has been sponsored by Salisbury City Council.

There is the Acoustic Alliance at the Winchester Gate, from 3pm-8pm, on Monday. It features Kate and her baritone, Tom Piner, Rob Johnson, James Hook, Nick Hayward-Young and Benjamin Williams.