An Afternoon Music Recital - a series of performances by Laraine Levin and her music students who play piano, flute and recorder and are between the ages of 7 and adults, ranging in ability level.
Tetbury Books Festival Starting Friday 15th September with writer & film maker Ed Gillett whose highly-work have appeared on the BBC, Channel 4, The Guardian, Frieze, DJ Mag & many others. He will be introducing his new book - Party Lines, Dance Music & Modern Britain. Followed by the acclaimed Film Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition
Tetbury Books Festival Sunday 17th September Starting at: 11am A close up look at nature through the 72 Japanese microseasons with refreshments on us. Claire Ratinon: Martha Sprackland, Joey Connelly, Susannah Dickey and Kandace Siobhan Walker. Joanna Quinn. Big Book Quiz: Plus a special workshop run by acclaimed graphic novelist Joff Winterhart
The story behind Rodmarton Manor. Lucy is on a mission to discover more about her family history. As she unpicks the past she discovers through sparkling dialogue, original music and songs the truth behind the story of Ernest Gimson and the Barnsley brothers, designers and makers of wonderful buildings and furniture
Join us for Gardeners’ Question Time on Sunday October 1st. Time to think about putting the garden to bed for winter and making sure you have something nice to look at during the long dreary months at an informal event with our panel of experts – Margie Hoffnung, Sue Bradley-Jones, Duncan Montgomery and Tim Cordall.
Focussing on traditional Scottish music, Ryan Young brings new life to very old, often forgotten tunes by playing them in his own unique way. His fiddle playing is brimming with fresh melodic ideas, an uplifting rhythmic drive and a great depth of dynamics and precision. His sound is very distinctive and takes the listener on an emotional and adventurous journey in any performance.
In a programme specially arranged for Piano and strings quintet Viv McLean joins the Bristol Ensemble to perform a programme including Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F, Philip Glass’s breakthrough music for the iconic film Mishima, Copland’s evocative work Hoe Down and Bernstein's West Side Story Suite .
Chris (bass baritone) and Robert (piano) are back at The Shed by popular request, bringing a new programme of beautiful classical songs And they are very excited to be sharing the stage this afternoon with Flying Guitars, an instrumental guitar duo who will dazzle us with a gorgeous mix of Flamenco, Latin, Folk and Classical music.
Expect an evening of stylish jazz and vintage swing. One of ‘the finest gypsy jazz in the Cotswolds’, Swing from Paris are a UK quartet of violin, guitars and double bass. Influenced by Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli. Presenting their own versions of music from across Europe and beyond - featuring music by Edith Piaf, Gershwin, Charles Trenet, and the Hot Club de France.