Jason Byrne brings his show You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything to the Wyvern Theatre tonight. Strap in as Jason takes you on a trip of mad routines alongside some proper bonkers stunts. Tickets are £23.

Comedian Phil Nichol visits Swindon Arts Centre tonight at 7.30pm with his grammatically incorrect show, Your Wrong. Trump. Your wrong, Brexit. Your wrong, Facebook. Your Wrong. Religion. Your wrong. Grammar. Your wrong. The show questions the nature of understanding and explores our modern day need to be right about everything. Tickets are £16.50.

As part of World Mental Health Day, the Olive Tree Café is hosting an exciting evening of theatre and poetry at the Shoebox Theatre in Swindon on Friday. The event at 7.30pm will explore the theme of mental health through thought-provoking performances by local and touring artists from the Swindon Fringe Festival. Tickets are £10. To book, visit shoeboxtheatre.org.uk.

Partners Theatre Company presents Game Plan at Swindon Dance at 7pm on Friday. Facing the zombie of self-doubt, the monster of insecurity and the ogre of uncertainty, Sam is struggling to face the day. The show asks what are the dreams, which are the nightmare, and what is real? It is a show that encourages us to believe that we all have the courage to bounce back.

Partners Theatre Company is joined for the evening by learners from Uplands Educational Trust who will perform a short drama. Tickets are £5. To book, visit swindondance.org.uk.

Swindon Arts Centre welcomes Oye Santana on Friday night, for a celebration of four decades of music from Black Magic Woman and Oye Como Va Vie Samba Pa Ti, Europa and She's Not There to Smooth, Maria Maria and Corazon Espinado - all played with power, passion and perfection.

Tickets are £19.

Comedian Lee Hurst brings his new show Mucking About to Swindon Arts Centre on Saturday. The star of BBC1's They Think it's All Over, Lee will be turning up, lobbing gags and funny stuff from all angles, promising a hilarious night. The show starts at 8pm and tickets are £20.

Swindon Film Society Swindon Film Society presents the film In Between at Swindon Arts Centre on Wednesday at 7.45pm. The 15 certificate 2016 film tells the empowering tale of three Palestinian women living in an apartment in Tel Aviv, trying to find a balance between traditional and modern culture. Tickets are £9.