From a Rod Stewart tribute performance to an evening with a former British and Irish Lion, there's plenty to get up to in Worcester this week.

With comedy, country melodies and some throwback 90s house music also in the offing, the city offers a jam-packed week ahead.

Tom Stade - Natural Born Killer

Canadian comedy legend Tom Stade will bring his tour to Huntingdon Hall on Friday (February 9).

In his new show, 'Natural Born Killer', the stand-up veteran explores the complexities of our ever-changing world, covering all things from progressiveness and political correctness, to 27 years of marriage and parenting adult children.

Tickets are priced at £20.

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An Evening with Andy Powell at The Anchor Diglis

On the same evening, former Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby legend Andy Powell will be entertaining audiences hosted by Worcester Rugby Football Club.

The 23-times Wales capped number eight will bring an evening of stories told in his trademark hilarious style.

The fun will begin at 7pm in The Boathouse at The Anchor, with food also available for purchase.

Worcester News: The show has been endorsed by Stewart's family

Some Guys Have All The Luck – The Rod Stewart Story

Rod Stewart fans can relive the rock icon's six-decade music career with 'Some Guys Have All The Luck – The Rod Stewart Story', also on Friday at Huntingdon Hall.

Endorsed by Rod’s own family, the show sees charismatic frontman Paul Metcalfe recreate Stewart's anthems and ballads with authentic costumes, dynamic live musicians, and electrifying showmanship.

From early hits like 'Maggie May' and 'Stay With Me' to smooth ballads 'The First Cut Is The Deepest' and 'You're In My Heart', fans of each era of Stewart will be catered for.

Tickets are available for £26.50.

90s House Odyssey

Dance music enthusiasts can get their groove on at the '90s House Odyssey' on Saturday (February 10) at The Feathers Sport & Music Lounge.

DJs will be spinning some classics of '90s house music.

The event promises to bring the best tunes from the era, blended with a modern twist.

The event is free and features a lineup of DJs ready to keep you moving late into the night.

Made in Tennessee

If you're a country music fan, head over to the Swan Theatre on Sunday (February 11) for 'Made in Tennessee'.

Presented by Soul Street Productions, the show gives you a taste of Nashville, taking you through the decades of country music.

From genre pioneers to modern-day stars, you'll enjoy songs from the likes of legends like Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks to country superstars of the modern day like Kacey Musgraves and Chris Stapleton.

Tickets are available from £26.