THERE is no reason to be bored in Bangor with the huge range of entertainment on offer at Pontio in the coming weeks.

After storming into America and after being seen by 51 million people online, Tape Face lands back on UK soil and hits the road.

With new jokes, new props, same tape, The Tape Face Show is on at 8pm, on Friday, September 20.

Teulu Pontio Family presents : Hey Diddle Diddle, a hilarious adventure filled with music and puppetry, for ages 3+.

It is on at 11.30am and 2.30pm on Saturday, September 21. When the full moon shines bright there’s magic in the air, and all the animals come out to play.

Stay up late with flying cows, jazzy cats and runaway crockery and as we jump and jive to the music in a brilliant new take on the classic nursery rhyme. Ever wondered how a cow jumped over the moon? Or why the dish ran away with the spoon?

With original songs played live on stage, brilliant puppetry and lots of laughter, this new show is a wild and musical celebration about the importance of imagination. Goblin is an acclaimed theatre company who make shows for young people and families. A free creative workshop with Nerys Jones follows each performance

For the grown ups, after a belly laugh, the September Comedy Club features comedians Robert White, Hal Branson and Danny McLoughlin, at 8pm, on Thursday, September 26.

Join them for a new season of the Comedy Club in Pontio's Studio Theatre.

Suzi Ruffell has made a name for herself by turning tragedy and anxiety into big laughs.

The show answers the question such as why are all stand-ups at their best when they are miserable?

It is a mix of storytelling, observations, a dash of social politics and a routine about a smear test.

The last twelve months have been massive for Ruffell; a smash hit UK tour, heaps of television appearances including; Live At The Apollo, Hypothetical, 8 Out Of 10 Cats.#

Suzi Ruffell is on at Pontio at 8pm, Thursday October 3.

Foreign correspondent, soldier, Everest climber, traveller, author of more than 40 books and all-round free spirit, Jan Morris has been one of the great chroniclers of our world, and of Wales, for well over half a century.

There is an English-language conversation between Jan Morris and her son Twm Morys, with contributions from Gwyneth Glyn and a word in Welsh about the Welsh context from Professor. Angharad Price, School of Welsh and Celtic Studies, Bangor University.

Kindess and Marmalade, featuring Jan Morris, Twm Morys, Gwyneth Glyn and Professor Angharad Price is at 7.30pm, on Thursday, October 3.

Pontio joins the UK-wide Fun Palaces campaign for a second year running. Pontio Fun Palace, is a free event on Saturday, October 5, from 10am – 4pm. The theme is sharing Join in by bringing your old photos, share memories across the generations, learn to knit, join a food workshop, or take part in dance, theatre and performance skills sessions with BLAS, Pontio’s youth participation programme.

Don't forget to check out the cinema for the latest films including Downton Abbey.