FREE theatre, circus and dance performances are taking place in the city centre this Bank Holiday weekend - but tickets are already been snapped up.

City Encounters is a programme of events by Wiltshire Creative, supported by Without Walls.

It is going to be bringing the city centre, Salisbury Arts Centre and the Cathedral Close to life on Sunday, May 30 and Bank Holiday Monday, May 31.

The events are already proving popular with the free tickets already being snapped up for Pif-Paf: Toast and Simple Cypher's Roll Play.

However, tickets are still available for Alleyne Dance: Bonded, pictured below, Strong Lady Productions: Strong EnoughWhat Happened to You? on Sunday and Monday in Guildhall Square and Black Victorians in Salisbury Cathedral Close, West Lawn.

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The Invisible Man is a non-ticketed promenade performance in Market Place on Sunday and Monday.

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Wiltshire Creative festival producer Fiona Curtis said: “City Encounters returns to the city as a well-known and much-loved part of the calendar.

“A weekend of free events that is suitable for all.”

Gareth Machin, Wiltshire Creative’s artistic director, said: “There will be something for everyone in and around Salisbury to enjoy this May Bank Holiday weekend as we celebrate the return of outdoor theatre, dance, circus and so much more.”

Tickets are free but must be booked in advance.Those wishing to attend are advised to book there tickets by 3pm today to avoid disappointment. 

With social distancing, the capacity of its outdoor events has been restricted to 150 tickets.

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