There's plenty on offer for fans of live performance in Malvern this week.

Varying from grand orchestra performances to chilling theatre horror renditions, there's plenty to get up to this week.

Echoes of Oppression

The English Symphony Orchestra (ESO) is set to dazzle at Malvern Theatre with "Echoes of Oppression" on November 10 at 7.30pm.

Featuring renowned violinist Chloe Hanslip, the concert, conducted by Kenneth Woods, will include Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto followed by Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5, reflecting the composer's time under Stalin’s rule.

Tickets range from £25 to £35, with discounts available for under 18s.

The Crossroads

On Thursday (November 9), Malvern Cube offers an immersive experience for home-educated children at 11.30am.

Join Kronos the Wizard and his guide Adam on a journey complete with masks, puppets, physicality, and a playful clay workshop, with the crowd even getting a chance to jump up and become part of the action themselves.

Tickets are priced at £7.

The Woman in Black

On each evening from Wednesday (November 8) until Saturday (November 11), Malvern Theatres will host Susan Hill’s classic, "The Woman in Black".

Uncover the curse haunting Arthur Kipps, with performances at 7.30pm and matinees at 2:30pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

This spine-chilling ghost story comes with an age recommendation of 12 and above.

Tickets are available from £16.24.

Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club

Completing the week's entertainment, The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars will perform at Malvern Theatres on November 11 at 7.45pm.

They bring to life the rich history of London’s Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club through classic music, tales of old Soho, miscreant musicians and police raids.

The performance is priced at £29.68.