COMEDY, theatre, music, dance, workshops and films are on the programme at Corsham's Blue Sky Festival this month.

The celebration of the arts starts June 11, at The Pound Arts Centre in the town with Dig! And The Day I Feel Into A Book.

It involves storytelling and music for families and children while in contrast the comedian Josie Long is taking part in the festival along with Jonny and The Bapsits for the political comedy show Lefty Scum.

The organisers are offering half price tickets for the Brass Funkeys an eight-piece London-based brass band who draw on the traditions of New Orleans and will be playing The Pound on Saturday, June, 15.

There are free music events on the same Saturday with DJ Hiphoppapotamus, a Blue Sky Family Silent Disco, Folk in a Box and Dad Dancing, at 10am on the following day at The Pound.

Families may find Twisted Tales for Terrible Children as told by Gav Cross of interest when he looks into the dark and silly world of incredible stores for childen on Friday, June 14.

The Pound's youth theatre group will stage The Enchanted Isle on Saturday June 15, at 2.30pm, devised by ActNow.

Based on Shakespeare's The Tempest this is a story of comedy, magic and revenge.

The festival has a huge range of events so it is worth checking out the programme as there is something for everyone.

For tickets and information call 01249 701628, or visit the Pound Pill, Corsham.