HERE are the latest event listings for Salisbury and district taking place from today (February 20) until Thursday, February 27.


Fun with Textiles – Hands-on History of Fashion with Romilly Swann, Salisbury Museum, 10am–12.30pm & 1.30pm–4pm.

Salisbury & District Natural History Society, illustrated talk on The Vercors region of France, rich in flora and fauna, Salisbury Baptist Church, Brown Street, 7pm for 7.30pm.

Sarum Lights – a light and sound spectacular, Salisbury Cathedral. Runs until Saturday between 7pm & 9pm.

Faces from the Past, Stonehenge, 10am-4.30pm. Runs until Sunday. Info:


Henning Wehn - Get On With It, comedy, City Hall, Salisbury, 8pm. Info: or 01722 434434.


Big Train Event, St Mary’s Church Hall, Fordingbridge, 10am-4pm. Also Sunday.

Live Lunch: Salisbury Ukulele Band The Salisbury Pluckers, Salisbury Arts Centre, 12pm. Info: or 01722 320333.

Steve Steinman’s Vampires Rock Ghost Train, City Hall, Salisbury, 7.30pm.

Joz Norris: Things Old & New, comedy, Salisbury Arts Centre, 8pm.


The Guildhall Wedding Fair & Bride Boot, The Guildhall, Salisbury, 11am-3pm. Free.

The King Is Back - Ben Portsmouth is Elvis, City Hall, Salisbury, 7.30pm.


Salisbury Local History Group talk by Julian Richards: In Search of the Real Shaftesbury Abbey, Salvation Army,

Salt Lane, Salisbury, 7.30pm.


Keep Music in Mind, clarinet & piano music by Claire King & David Knowles, 10.30pm for 11am, Nadder Centre, Tisbury

Sometimes Always Never, film, Salisbury Arts Centre, 2.30pm.

Tea, Sandwiches, Cakes & a Show: The G(l)ory of the Garden - Monet, Bill & Ben, lawns, Billy Cotton, compost, rabbits, weeds, Capability Brown, gnomes, Kew, Conan Doyle, sheds, roses & more, 2.45pm for 3pm, Methodist Church, St Edmund’s Church Street, Salisbury. In aid of Salisbury Trust for the Homeless.

From Pre-Raphaelite to Impressionist: The Art of Albert Goodwin, talk by Timothy Wilcox, Salisbury Museum, 6.30pm. Info:

Conversations about Art: June Cluett - Travels with my Art, Young Gallery Salisbury, above Salisbury Library, 7pm-9pm. Info:

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, film, Salisbury Arts Centre, 7.30pm.

Could the British have won the American War of Independence?, talk by Jeremy Black MBE, british historian and professor of history at Exeter University, St John’s Place, Lower Road, Lower Bemerton, 7.30pm. Info: or 07854065039.


A Night of Music, St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury, 6.30pm.

TEDx Salisbury, ideas, talks, videos and performances Salisbury Arts Centre, 7.30pm.

Steve Knightley, City Hall, Salisbury, 7.30pm.


Blood Wedding, Salisbury Playhouse, Main House. Runs until Saturday. Info: or 01722 320333.

The Athenaeum Masqueraders: The Vagina Monologues, in aid of Salisbury Women’s Refuge, The Athenaeum Centre, High Street, Warminster. Runs from tomorrow until Saturday, 7.30pm. Info: or 01985 213891.

Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine, Salisbury Playhouse, Main House. Runs from Tuesday to March 7.

Road Dahl & the Imagination Seekers, Salisbury Playhouse, The Salberg. Runs from February 27-29.


Your Stonehenge — 150 years of personal photos, Stonehenge Visitor Centre, near Amesbury. Runs until August.

Albert Goodwin: Visionary Landscapes, Salisbury Museum. Runs until April 18.

Look Again: Discovering Centuries of Fashion Workroom, Salisbury Museum. The workroom will be open as and when the team are decanting, packing and preparing exhibits.

Three Acts & Seven Scenes, Salisbury Arts Centre. Runs from March 28.

The Salisbury Schools Art Exhibition: Creativity in the Classroom, The Young Gallery, above Salisbury Library. Runs until March 7.

ArtLook Exhibition, Salisbury District Hospital. Runs until March 13.



Sarum Live Open Mic & Jam, The Duck Inn, Laverstock, 7.30pm.


Live in the Lounge: CustomTones featuring Martin Fieber, Salisbury Rugby Club, 8.30pm. Free admission.


Not Dead Yet, 60s, 70s and 80s blues and rock, Wig & Quill, Salisbury, 9pm. Free entry.

Blazer, Bat & Ball, Salisbury Road, Breamore, 8.30pm.

Salisbury Live Fundraiser, featuring seven acts, The Duck Inn, Laverstock, 4pm-11pm.