From a magic show that will give you the giggles to a DJ set inspired by one of the world's biggest artists, there's lots to get up to in Worcester this week.

Jerry Sadowitz

First up is a treat for lovers of comedy and magic on Saturday (April 6), when Jerry Sadowitz brings his unique act to Huntingdon Hall.

Known for pushing the boundaries, Sadowitz's performances are described as an "absolute dumpster fire of decorum" and "hysterically funny" by The Guardian.

This event is restricted to over 18s and contains strong language and adult themes.

Dreamcoat Stars

Meanwhile, back by popular demand, Dreamcoat Stars will hit the stage at Swan Theatre for their third UK tour.

Performing on Saturday at 6.30pm, relive the biggest musical hits of a generation from West End and Broadway classics, performed by the cast of Any Dream Will Do and Joseph.

Performing tunes from the likes of Les Misérables and We Will Rock You, the cast invites you to "relive all your favourite productions in one epic evening".

The Ocelots

On Saturday (April 6) at St Swithun's Church, from 7pm to 10pm, acoustic folk fans can enjoy the folk, indie and acoustic sounds of The Ocelots.

Twin brothers Brandon and Ashley from Wexford create a harmony-rich sound packed with authentic lyrics.

They started their career busking around Ireland and have since played across Europe.

The Taylor Swift Mixtape

To cap the week off, DJ Ed Steelefox will host 'The Taylor Swift Mixtape' on Sunday, April 7, from 3.30pm to 7pm.

The early evening party promises a three hour mix of Swift's greatest hits at The Marrs Bar.

For Swifties or just those who love dancing, the event welcomes ages 11 and upwards (under-16s must be accompanied by an adult), and even has a licensed bar.