THERE'S everything from cosmic game show astrology bingo to puppetry and burlesque in a newly announced autumn season of events. 

Tickets are now on sale for all the shows taking place at The Point in Easleigh and The Berry Theatre in Hedge End between now and the end of the year. 

Crowd-pleasers at The Point include tribute acts Think Floyd and Eastleigh boy Elio Pace who brings his phenomenal Billy Joel Albums Show tour to a close with a visit to his hometown venue.

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There's marvellous magic in Morgan & West's Massive Magic Show for Kids and comic Ed Byrne tests the theory that humour = tragedy + time by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.

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An alternative festive programme features cosmic game show Astrology Bingo, spine-tingling puppetry in Yule and a hot toddy of a burlesque show with Hundred Watt Club.

There's lots for little ones too with Nick Cope’s festive family concert and a chance to meet Santa at Eastleigh's Christmas Lights Switch-on before the venue’s studio theatre becomes an icy cave in Yeti, a free experience for under 5s and their grown-ups.

Young children will love Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Tales from Acorn Wood while older siblings are invited to take a seat in the immersive set of Kinder, a moving and poignant story of a Czech-Jewish girl escaping to the UK on a Kindertransport train in the 1930s.

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The Berry Theatre’s Christmas show celebrates the 50th anniversary of Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas.

Comedy fans can enjoy live stand-up from big names such as Sam Avery, Geoff Norcott and Simon Evans, while there are even more chances to laugh your socks off in Looking For Me Friend, a celebration of Victoria Wood’s music and Mum’s the Word, an uplifting and honest show about motherhood starring Eastenders' Cheryl Fergison.

There’s theatre for all the family with Hancock's Half Hour and Dinosaur Adventure Live while older children and adults will love the Dolly Parton-inspired Goodbye Jolene, jumping out of their seats in The Haunting and singing along to West End musical hits in Dreamcoat Stars.

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