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What's the forecast for Glastonbury Festival?

It's always wellies weather at Glastonbury. Credit: PA

135,000 people are expected to attend Glastonbury Festival in Somerset this week, among them our own Kylie Pentelow.

She asked our weather presenter Alex Beresford that all-important question - what will the forecast be like? - no doubt wondering whether to pack her designer wellies.

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Dive into Bristol's adult-only Ball Pit

Part of Colston Hall in Bristol has been made into a giant ball pit. The area known as 'The Lantern' has been filled with two hundred thousand balls, which will be open to the public for the next three days.

UK’s largest adult only ball pit at Colston Hall Credit: ITV Westcountry

Organisers claim that "every single person who enters it will be transported back to their childhood."

Katie Rowlett caught up with some of the big kids trying it out:

Credit: ITV Westcountry
Credit: ITV Westcountry

Games of Thrones star returns to Bristol Old Vic

The Hollywood and television star Julian Glover has returned to his home city Bristol to take the lead role in a special staging of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.

He was most recently on our screens in Game of Thrones and is back on stage at the Bristol Old Vic with young students from the theatre's acting school for a dramatic production across the generations.

Mark Longhurst caught up with him at rehearsals.

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Busted to perform at MTV Crashes in Plymouth

Busted performing at the Royal Albert Hall in London in March. Credit: PA

It's been confirmed that former boyband Busted will join the line up for MTV Crashes in Plymouth this summer. The trio will perform on the Hoe alongside Sigma and X Factor winner Louisa Johnson on 27 July, with club music on the second day. The event will be broadcast across the world.

Louisa Johnson will also perform at MTV Crashes in Plymouth. Credit: PA

Ready, set, go! Tickets on sale for the Downs Festival in Bristol

Thousands of tickets go on sale this morning for the Downs Festival in Bristol.

Last year's event on Durdham Downs sold out in just a couple of hours, with 27,000 people watching Massive Atttack play in their home city.

2 September will see Elbow, Seasick Steve, De La Soul and Groove Amanda take to the stage.

8am
tickets go on sale in person from The Love Inn
9am
tickets go on sale online
Hopefully the weather will be a bit better than last year... Credit: ITV West Country
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