Sarah Singleton checks out what's on stage in Swindon this week.

Treat the kids to Milkshake! Live at the Wyvern Theatre today, at 11am and 2.30pm. Presenters from the television show will join much-loved characters such as Bob the Builder and Nodd, in a show called The Magic Story Book. Tickets are £18, or £16 for under 16s.

Children’s magician the Great Jaydini blends comedy and magic in two Easter Magic Shows, with one today and another next Thursday, at 11am in the Place at the Wyvern Theatre. Today’s show is suitable for little ones aged four to six, and next week’s show is for children aged seven to ten. Tickets are £12, including squash and ice cream. Adults go free.

The Wyvern Theatre’s Easter Treats continue with Tweedy the Clown on Saturday at 2pm. Tweedy is the comedy and slapstick star of Gifford’s Circus and Cirque Berserk, and in Slapstick and Symphony, he will be trying to put on his show while classical musician Ludvink Loyal is trying to put on his concert - causing mayhem and music. Tickets are £15, Children £11.

Sketch comedy duo the Thunderbards come to Swindon Art Centre for their show the Best of the Thunderbards, beginning at 8pm. A collection of the very best material from their four critically-acclaimed shows, this compilation starring Glenn Moore and Matt Stevens includes their trademark off-beat jokes and fast-paced sketches. Tickets are £14.50.

Head back in time to the 1960s for the Bob Dylan Story at the Swindon Arts Centre on Wednesday. Supported by a top backing band and using selected visual projections, the show features authentic renditions of Dylan classics such as Blowin’ in the Wind, The Watchtower, Lay Lady Lay and Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door. Tickets are £20.50.

The Swindon Fringe Festival’s Opening Night takes place at the Brunel shopping centre on Friday at 7pm. Tickets are free for this evening of live music and comedy, suitable for ages 16 plus.

Cricketing legend Henry ‘My Dear Old Thing’ Blofeld has hung up his microphone after 50 years of commentating. Now the golden voice of cricket is celebrating with a tour of the country with his brand-new show, jam-packed full of anecdotes from on and off the pitch. Henry Blofeld -78 Retired takes places at Swindon Arts Centre on Friday, and tickets have sold out.