THE live entertainment scene around Worcestershire is buzzing with a great variety of music, comedy and theatre.

There is plenty on offer for everyone no matter what their taste.

Whether it's a smaller show at a pub or club, or a bigger production at a theatre in the heart of a city, people in the county have plenty to choose from.

Here is a selection of events happening soon which could be tempting for a night out but for more visit the What's On section of our website.

CHANTEL McGregor was told by a major label that she had a "great voice, but girls don't play guitar like that!"

She ignored that advice and is now a big name in British blues/rock with three albums to her name including her latest, a collection of live tracks called Bury'd Alive.

She is touring around the UK to and will be on stage at the Artrix in Bromsgrove on September 21.

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REBEL Music is running at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre from September 19 to October 5.

The play tells the story of three teenage music fans, Denise, Trudi and Andrew who join the fight for the soul of working class Britain in 1976.

The trio navigate racial politics and social upheaval in Birmingham alongside their own turbulent teenage years.

The new play from Robin French (BBC's Cuckoo) is a celebration of the diverse musical legacy of the Midlands.

ED Byrne presents his brand-new masterclass in observational comedy hot on the heels of his 17/18 touring hit, Spoiler Alert!

He will be at Huntingdon Hall in Worcester on September 19.

PREMIER rock ‘n’ roll legend Joe Brown has gone from strength to strength as his contemporary achievements maintain momentum.

His ‘Very Best Of’ album went Gold staying eight weeks in the U.K. Top 20 and in the same year his 50th anniversary tour celebrated a sold out show at the Royal Albert Hall.

Joe won over a whole new generation of fans performing on Later With Jools and closing the show at the Concert For George Harrison.

Catch him live at The Swan Theatre in Worcester on September 19 and 20.

FOLLOWING their acclaimed show A Brief History of Music, GreenMatthews have a new performance which explores our rich history of witty wordplay and melodic mirth.

Chris Green (piano, guitar, accordion) and Sophie Matthews (early woodwinds, flute, saxophone) bring four centuries of chromatic comedy to life featuring songs by Noël Coward, Tom Lehrer, Flanders and Swann and a host of other lesser known songwriters.

GreenMatthews Whitty Ditties will be performed at The Swan Theatre, Worcester on September 24.