THE Pound in Corsham has announced a new season of poetry, folk music and comedy.

Next Wednesday the topsy-turvy world of Plink and Boo comes to the arts centre with three performances for pre-school children and families .

Using acrobatics, live music and mountains of toys, join us in an interactive circus theatre adventure to explore what happens when people don’t fit into boxes (even if it is the neatest place to put them).

​Plink and Boo has been created by Can’t Sit Still in collaboration with children, parents and childcare professionals from Bristol and Swindon.

Then on Thursday, April 18, at 8pm there is the Rob Auton Talk Show. Following on from previous shows about hair, sleep, water, faces, the sky and yellow, Rob now turns his attention to talking because he is ready to talk. Suitable for those who are 16 and over.

The award winning stand-up comedian and poet returns with another heart-felt and offbeat comedy/theatre/spoken word show that explores talking.

From Thursday, April 25 every day there is an exhibition by the Midlands Potters Association Artists, Burnt Offerings.

Founded in 1980, the Midlands Potters Association is a vibrant organisation with over 145 members spanning 10 counties in the Midlands area. Burnt Offerings will present a large collection of ceramics selected by professionals judges.