Sarah Singleton looks at what is on offer at Swindon theatres this week.

Come and watch DanceMix, a vibrant array of dance performed by adults from the Community Dance Class programme at Swindon Dance today and tomorrow. Adult students will perform tap, ballet, contemporary and jazz dances, with special guest performances from the Dance for Parkinsons group, Ovation, Swing Out Swindon and One Last Time.

Shows begin at 7.30pm tonight, and 6pm and 8pm on Friday. Tickets are £8-10. To book, call 01793 601700 or visit

Marlborough Academy of Dance and Drama will lead their audience into the wonderful world of the Mad Hatter, through drama, dance and song, in a show at the Wyvern Theatre on Saturday at 7pm. Tickets have sold out.

The pupils of Lydiard Park Academy and West Swindon Primary schools present a Dance Extravaganza, showcasing their dance skills, on Monday at the Wyvern Theatre. The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £8, under-16s tickets £6.

Spiritualist medium Nikki Kitt oversees a psychic night at Swindon Arts Centre on Saturday. Nikki is currently touring the UK, and aims to provide evidence of life after death, by giving messages to people in the audience from their loved ones in spirit, giving descriptions, personalities and personal information. The show, which starts at 7.30pm, is for the purposes of entertainment.

Tickets are £13.

Make Music Swindon presents Songs of the British Isles at the Wyvern Theatre on 4.45pm and 7.30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. Created by Swindon schools and Swindon Music Service, the concerts will include 1,100 infant-aged children over the four performances, who will sing their hearts out and raise the roof at the Wyvern Theatre. Tickets are £7.

Classic film comedy Some Like It Hot will be screened at Swindon Arts Centre tomorrow at 2pm as part of its Memory Cinema series.

The dementia-friendly film screening is aimed at those living with dementia, along with a friend, family member or carer, to come and enjoy a nostalgic film in relaxed surrounding, with house lights on low, plenty of signage and friendly ushers on hand to help at all times.

Tickets are free, but please book to register.