From trademark slapstick to a steak night, there is plenty to get up to in Ledbury this week.

With gypsy jazz and even more culinary delights also up for grabs, there's lots of ways to spend some free time.

Swing From Paris

First up is 'Swing From Paris' at Putley Parish Hall on Thursday (February 15).

This UK quartet, often lauded as one of 'the finest gypsy jazz in the Cotswolds', are regulars at major jazz festival such as Cheltenham and Brecon, and even once performed for King Charles III at the opening of a service station.

Doors open at 7pm, with the performance running from 7:30pm to 9:30pm (including a 20-minute interval).

Tickets are available for £15.

Ledbury Reporter: The Oak Inn Staplow is offering a 16oz 'Butchers Cut' tenderloin fillet steak and a bottle of

Thursday Steak Club

Calling all food enthusiasts - 'Thursday Steak Club' debuts on Thursday (February 15) at The Oak Inn Staplow.

From 6pm to 8:30pm, the venue will be serving up a 16oz 'Butchers Cut' tenderloin fillet steak, complemented by a bottle of Beef Steak Club's Argentinian Malbec, at the price of £65 for two people.

To secure your spot, visit or call 01531 640954.

Roly Poly Eats & Crepe Happy Pop Up

Continuing with the culinary theme, on Thursday (February 15), you can head down to the Royal Oak Country Inn and Restaurant on Ross Road between 5.30pm and 8.30pm for the 'Roly Poly Eats & Crepe Happy Pop Up'.

Tantalize your taste buds with pulled meats, fries, and slaw from Roly Poly Eats, and sweet and savoury crepes from Crepe Happy.

Guests are welcome to enjoy their takeaway meals at the Inn and wash them down with a beverage from the bar.

Ledbury Reporter: Check out 'What's Wrong with Benny Hill?' at the Market Theatre on Saturday

What's Wrong with Benny Hill

Lastly is 'What’s Wrong with Benny Hill?' at The Market Theatre.

This musical comedy by Mark Carey will be lighting up the theatre from 7.30pm to 10pm on Saturday (February 17), offering patrons a quirky journey through the life and legacy of the infamous comedian.

A critical look at Hill's life, the show still draws viewers in over 100 countries.

Tickets are priced at £15 for a standard and £9 for students.