TELEVISION presenter and author Alan Titchmarsh, former politician Michael Portillo and the return of the Banff Mountain Film Festival are just some of the shows coming to Salisbury in 2020.

Kicking-off the new year of events at City Hall is One Night of Queen, performed by Gary Mullen and The Works, on January 11, 7.30pm.

Followed by comedy from Jethro on January 17 and Some Guys Have All the Luck: The Rod Steward Story on January 24.

Broadcaster and former politician Michael Portillo is in the city for his show Life - A Game of Two Halves on January 31.

And in February, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back with a new selection of extreme endurance, untamed characters and wild locations, as told by the world’s best adventure film-makers.

There are two shows, each with a different selection of films - the red film programme (Tuesday, February 4) and the blue film programme (Thursday, March 26).

An Evening with Alan Titchmarsh: Trowel and Error is at City Hall on February 19, 7.30pm.

Also at the venue in February is The Classic Rock Show (February 7), All Star Superslam Wrestling (February 8), Joe Brown (February 14), Hundred Watt Club (February 15), Henning Wehn: Get On With It (February 21), The King Is Back - Ben Portsmouth is Elvis (February 23), Steve Knightly (February 27) and A Country Night in Nashville (February 29).

On February 22, Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock Ghost Train comes to City Hall. It features 30 classic rock anthems, including Queen, AC/DC, Bonnie Tyler, Meat Loaf, Bon Jovi, Journey, Guns N’ Roses and many more.

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