FEAST will return to Great Malvern this month, "offering four days of extraordinary theatre and experiences".

Held from November 14 to November 17, the ‘Festival of Equality in Arts and Society through Theatre’ aims to challenge, move and inspire audiences.

A spokesman said: "Now in its fourth year, the festival offers the best of regional and national contemporary theatre based at Malvern Cube in Great Malvern.

"FEAST will begin with a free Earth Healing Meditation on the Thursday night where visitors are invited to bring a cushion and listen to poetry and spoken word."

This will be followed by a performance of ‘Being Seen’ by Shropshire Inclusive Dance Company and choreographer Jo Fong on the Friday.

The spokesman added: "An extraordinary ensemble of dancers with and without disabilities will wow audiences with a refreshing and energetic performance.

"After this, Friday Night Bite will offer a wild eclectic night of bite-sized theatre, dance and dark cabaret. This will be a gritty night to remember with exciting new performance work from all over the country."

On Saturday, Olivier Award nominee Caroline Horton & Co and China Plate will present ‘All of Me’, an ‘intimate’, ‘absurd’ and ‘beautiful’ show exploring themes of depression and death.

The festival will end on Sunday with a Family Theatre Day on Sunday offering magical theatre adventures, puppetry workshops, adventure walks, as well as a showing of Tom Thumb by Lyngo Theatre.

Cllr Beverley Nielsen, Portfolio Holder for Economic Development and Tourism at Malvern Hills District Council, said: “FEAST is a fantastic representation of local and national talent."