An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Sunday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until 2nd October 2017
Noela Bewry is a local painter from Stroud whose stunningly bright and colourful abstract work will be on display in The Shed throughout September.
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Saturday, happening 26 times
Come along to Tetbury's Goods Shed every Saturday morning. Meet the amazing Ros and pick up your weekend's supply of fruit and veg.
An event every week that begins at 5:00pm on Tuesday, repeating until 5th December 2017
Weekly ballet classes for children aged five to eight years old. Come and learn creative dance techniques, without the rigidity of grade work.
An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Tuesday, repeating until 5th December 2017
Tuesday night Jazz Dance classes for anyone aged 16 and over. Join Tetbury based teacher Lina Wirths for this creative, fun class for both beginners and improvers.
An event every week that begins at 7:00pm on Tuesday, repeating until 5th December 2017
Learn to Swing Jive Dance at The Goods Shed. Tuesdays from 12th September to 5th December, Two Sessions: 7pm and 8pm. Classes cost £6, pay on the door.
Dr Natasha Loges explains the fascinating ways in which Schubert’s handling of music and poetry provided a model for Schumann’s most beloved song-cycle, Dichterliebe. A Tetbury Music Festival event.
Professor Iain Fenlon brings to life the extravagant city that was Venice in the Renaissance and the way in which new forms of music expressed the mood of the time. A Tetbury Music Festival talk.
Tetbury based musician, Richard George, premieres the launch of his new album Train Stories, featuring music inspired by the railways. Joined by critically acclaimed Mezzo-Soprano, Maria Jagusz.
Join us for the first of our autumn workshops and learn how to needle felt a toadstool. This course is for adults but we have another later in the month for children.
Book early for a terrific evening of great food from Circus Sauce - from Gifford's Circus - and swinging music by upbeat Cheltenham folk-rockers, The Hawthornes.
Join the Osiligi Troupe of Maasai Warriors on their UK tour and watch authentic and exciting Maasai tribal song and dance, plus the world-famous Maasai jumping.
Thirteen times British Jazz Award winner David Newton began his musical career in theatre before switching to jazz piano and making his first recording with Martin Taylor and Buddy De Franco.