EACH week, the Bolton News publishes a round-up of some of the top five things to do in and around Bolton in the days ahead.

From live music to football, from runs to nights out, there is plenty going on this week.

Live folk music

The Bolton News:

FOLK band Trouble at’ Mill will headline Over Hulton Folk Club on Wednesday.

Husband and wife duo Graham and Bernadette Dixon sing Lancashire and Irish folk songs, interspersed with a few gags and funny stories.

For the past 30 years, they have been running their own folk club in their home village of Gregson Lane in Lancashire, and they will be bringing all their experience to the stage at Over Hulton Folk Club. The band say their goal is to send the audience home with, a smile on its face and an urge to seek out more live folk music.

On the night, they will be supported by Over Hulton Folk Club’s own Steve Moonshine.

Doors open at 7.30pm at Over Hulton Conservative Club, in St Helens Road. Tickets are priced at £8 and are available from www.overhultonfolkclub.com

Rod Stewart Tribute act

IF you did not see Rod Stewart at the University of Bolton Stadium earlier this year or just cannot get enough of Mr Gravel Voice himself, then the next best thing is coming to Albert Halls Bolton.

Rod Stewart tribute act Paul Farrow will take to the stage in the Victoria Square venue on Friday.

Paul delivers the classic Rod hits with style from ‘Maggie May’ and ‘Baby Jane’ to ‘You Wear it Well’ and ‘First Cut is the Deepest’..

The show is two and a half hours long. Tickets are priced at £13 and are available from www.quaytickets.com

Watching the Wanderers

The Bolton News:

WHAT better way to celebrate the news of Bolton Wanderers’ takeover by going to the first home game under the new ownership?

The Whites take on Bradford City in the group stage of the Leasing.com Trophy, at 7pm on Tuesday.

Tickets are priced at £5 which includes a programme and parking.

Tickets are available on the door from 6.15pm.

Sunset adventure run

The Bolton News:

IF you fancy doing something active then why not try the Rivington Pike Sunset Adventure Run?

Enjoy Running’s third and final evening adventure run of the summer will meet at Curley’s Fisheries, in Horwich.

Runners will head up towards Rivington Pike for sunset before heading off the hill before dark

Cost is £15 per person and payment is required at time of booking. Text or call Rich on 07932620046 to book.

Brand new club night

BOLTON-based events company For What Purpose Events is running its first ever event at The Bar on Friday.

Magnitude is an R’n’B night and will feautre special guest DJ Tynee along with The Bar’s resident DJ Pesh.

The event starts at 10pm and tickets are £5. Visit www.facebook.com/ForWhatPurposeEvents for more information.