Hot tickets! Here's JAMES RODGER'S guide to the unmissable events coming up in Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond.
Byline: JAMES RODGER'S
Mallory Knox WHEN: Tomorrow WHERE: The Copper Rooms, the University Of Warwick, Gibbett Hill Road, Coventry CV4 7AL.
WHAT: The Brit alt-rockers, who are fresh off the back of an 11-date UK headline tour, will bring their new album to The Copper Rooms at the University of Warwick Students Union on Saturday.
HOW MUCH: PS9.90. Tickets for this gig talso include free entry into Crash, the University of Warwick Students Union's much-loved alternative night.
Handbagged WHEN: Tonight and tomorrow. WHERE: The Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Plaza, Coventry.
WHAT: Be sure to bag a ticket for this wickedly funny and brilliantly astute West End smash hit comedy. Moira Buffini's celebrated new comedy speculates on what the world's most powerful women - Margaret Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II - really talked about behind closed palace doors. HOW MUCH: From PS11.25-PS26.25.
Inkluded/Deasil Art Gallery exhibition WHEN: Today until October 20.
WHERE: Deasil Art Gallery, 44 Oxford Street, WHAT: Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4RA.
This new gallery brings a selection of the work of the country's best tattoo artists to our region's walls.
The tattoo artists involved have created custom artwork on a variety of materials, ranging from paper, ceramic and slate, to synthetic limbs.
HOW MUCH: Free Chuckle Brothers WHEN: Today.
WHERE: Kasbah nightclub, Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields, Coventry.
WHAT: Chuckle Brothers Paul and Barry are set to get the party started at the Hillfields hotspot for a second time tonight, as part of the venue's weekly Kinky clubnight.
Fans will be able to meet the stars, who have been in the entertainment business for almost six decades, as well as have their photo taken.
The moustached double-act are best known for their hit TV show ChuckleVision which has celebrated its 21st series.
HOW MUCH: PS5 Alfie Moore WHEN: Tomorrow WHERE: The Copper Rooms, the University Of Warwick, Gibbett Hill Road, Coventry CV4 7AL.
WHAT: The former police sergeant, turned into a stand-up comedian and became the star of BBC Radio 4 show It's A Fair Cop. Moore will taser his way through an hour and a half of hilarious and fascinating anecdotes from his 18 years on the beat.
Based on the true story of his dogged determination to track down a serial flasher, Alfie describes life on the front-line of the force with wit and charm. HOW MUCH: PS13 Johnny Cash Roadshaw WHEN: Tomorrow.
WHERE: Civic Hall, Bedworth.
WHAT: The band features award-winning Clive John as Johnny Cash, Jill Schoonjans as June Carter, Nick Davis on electric guitar and vocals, Martin Bentley on double bass and vocals, and Darren Bazzoli on drums.
The band present their energetic and entertaining celebration of one of America's greatest music performers, making this the finest tribute to Johnny Cash.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow will perform material from throughout Cash's career, including Walk the Line and Folsom Prison Blues - recorded with Sun Records in the 1950s - to Hurt, Johnny Cash's last release in 2002, recorded by Rick Rubin for his American Recordings label.
HOW MUCH: PS13 Michael Palin: The Thirty Years Tour WHEN: Tuesday.
WHERE: Butterworth Hall, the University of Warwick.
WHAT: Join Michael for a flying visit to three momentous decades of his life!
Following the success of his landmark tour in 2014 and to celebrate three decades of diaries, Michael will be marking the paperback publication of the final volume with a brand new show.
HOW MUCH: PS30.50
| Rockers Mallory Knox are at |The Copper Rooms tomorrow night and (below) Michael Palin talks about his life in The Thirty Years Tour at Butterworth Hall on Tuesday
| Top to bottom: Comic Alfie Moore is at The Copper Rooms |tomorrow night; the Chuckle Brothers are appearing at the Kasbah nightclub tonight and The Johnny Cash Roadshow comes to Civic Hall, Bedworth, tomorrow night