From a tribute act of everyone's favourite Swedish band to a charity drag night packed with giggles, there's lots of fun to get up to in Ledbury this week.

With a theatre production about the current England manager, and a reading aloud session for literature fans also this week, there's plenty for anyone in the area with some spare time to sink their teeth into.

Dear England

At The Market Theatre this week, on Thursday (February 1) at 7pm, is a National Theatre screening of 'Dear England'.

Watch Joseph Fiennes, from 'The Handmaid’s Tale', in a gripping examination of the nation and its obsession with the game of football.

He plays Gareth Southgate, exploring why England's men can't win at a game they invented.

Standard tickets are available for £15, while students and over 60s can attend for £13.

Read Aloud at Ledbury Library

On Friday, February 2, from 14.00 to 15.30, Ledbury Library is hosting a 'Read Aloud' session.

The session is ideal for those who enjoy listening to, reading or chatting about books, short stories or poems.

Move in or out of the reading and conversation at your own pace, as Diane Clark and Julia Warren lead the session having both been trained in 'shared reading' by The Reader.

The free event, at The Master's House, Bye St, is organised in partnership with Herefordshire Libraries and The Reader.

Abba Sensation

Also at The Market Theatre, on Saturday (February 3) at 7:30pm 'Abba Sensation' will returning to the venue.

The group is back after their last sell-out visit and are "widely considered to be one of the best ever Abba Tribute Acts", performing at theatres and festivals across Europe.

Promising costume changes, lighting effects and a faithful reproduction of the Abba sound, this is not to be missed.

Bright Nights Cabaret Drag Night with Fanny Burns

Finally, for belly laughter and fun, head to the 'Bright Nights Cabaret Drag Night with Fanny Burns' at the Royal Oak Country Inn and Restaurant on Ross Road.

On Saturday (February 3) from 8pm prepare to "be entertained by humour above and below the belt".

Tickets are available for £11.25 and selling quickly.