From a comedy night to a jam-packed tractor show, there's lots to get up to in Malvern this week.

Music enthusiasts will also have plenty to sink their teeth into, with big band jazz and a genre-bending group performing for anyone with some spare time.

Comedy Night

Start your weekend with a laugh as Mount Pleasant Hotel hosts its comedy night on Friday (February 23) at 7:30pm.

Tickets are available for £22, which includes a fish and chips or halloumi and chips dinner.

The hotel has promised "a night filled with side-splitting jokes, witty one-liners, and rib-tickling anecdotes".

Tickets can be booked by calling 01684 561837 or booking online.

Malvern Big Band

Malvern Gazette: The Big Band will bring a diverse range of jazz tunes to Christ Church on Saturday (February 24)

On Saturday (February 24), swerve along to an evening of smooth jazz at the Malvern Big Band concert at Christ Church.

Join the group for "an evening of the best in contemporary big band jazz".

The gig starts at 7:30pm, and tickets can be bought for as little as £10 in advance from the band's website, with discounted rates for under 18s.

Refreshments will be available during the break.

The Retros

Malvern Gazette: The Retros will perform at The Malvern Cube

If jazz is not your speed, The Retros are set to play across a number of genres and decades at the Malvern Cube on Saturday evening.

From blues to pop and indie, the band promises a "musical journey" from the 50s up to the present day.

Tickets are available in for £12 for adults in advance, with discounted £8 entry for students and under 18s going free.

A fully stocked bar will also be available at the venue.

The Tractor World Show

Agriculture enthusiasts have just the event for them, when The Tractor World Show comes to town.

Hosted over the weekend (February 24 and 25) by the Royal Three Counties Showground, the event will showcase vintage tractors, trade stalls, horticultural and garden equipment, as well as Land Rovers.

New features this year include an expanded 'miniature model' section, and a selection of new tractors and farm machinery from industry leading manufacturers.

Ticket prices vary, and are available to buy online.