Westpoint has apologised to Elton John fans who couldn't get to tonight's concert on time because of traffic problems around the Exeter venue. Some reported being stuck in jams for up to four hours.
We are extremely sorry for the long delays people have experienced getting here tonight. A mixture of issues have contributed to the traffic. With regards to refund requests, customers will need to contact the box office they purchased the tickets through in the morning.
The Tropicana in Weston Super Mare is getting ready to hold its first big event since Dismaland. The 'Westside Proms' music festival.Read the full story ›
Massive Attack are offering Bristol fans a free lift to their headline gig in London’s Hyde Park in July ahead of their huge homecoming show on the Downs later in the year.
With tickets for their homecoming gig selling out in under an hour, the band are arranging a fleet of coaches for their fans' journey to the capital at no extra charge.
The buses will leave Bristol coach station and travel directly to London.
Filming of the White Princess, a sequel to the White Queen, has begun today in historic Gloucester Cathedral.Read the full story ›
Popular Plasticine person Morph is off to an animation festival in Croatia with his creator Pete Lord. He was shocked (ahem) to meet fansRead the full story ›
As Rod Stewart plays at Home Park in Plymouth tonight, our reporter Jeff Welch catches up with some local fans.
Plenty of people will be singing along to the rock legend this evening - this group were happy to perform for our camera beforehand.
Music fans turned up for a Rod Stewart concert in Plymouth tonight, 7 June, only to find themselves victims of an online scam.
They paid hundreds of pounds through a ticketing website - but arrived at Home Park to find there were no tickets in their name.
Janice Hilder is one of the victims, losing more than £250 with no chance of seeing the star.
Schoolchildren arrived back at their classroom to find this surprise decoration adorning the side of their building.Read the full story ›
The aim of the art installation is to get people to consider the fragility of the natural environment.Read the full story ›
They became extinct millions of years ago but they're back in Truro this weekend - we're talking dinosaurs!Read the full story ›