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A Man Called Otto (15)

Otto is a grump who's given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. When a young family moves in nearby, he meets his match in quick-witted Marisol, leading to a friendship that will turn his world around.

Gloucestershire Youth String Orchestra

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This is an absolute must-see concert for any aspiring young musicians. We are delighted to be hosting more and more young people’s performances and participatory programmes here at The Shed and this should be a truly inspiring event for children and adults alike.

Shed Piano Club 2023

Our latest afternoon piano club at the Goods Shed offering the opportunity to enjoy some beautiful music from accomplished performers whilst enjoying a little light refreshment from our Cafe.

Your Song – A celebration of the songs of Sir Elton John

‘Your Song’ is a 100% live concert celebrating the songs of Sir Elton John, performed by singer-songwriter John Reilly and pianist and composer Lewis Nitikman. This is not a tribute, so no dressing up, no miming and no backing tracks. Just two consummate Professionals celebrating amazing, timeless songs, performed from the heart with passion and musical excellence.

Red Priest – Truly Madly Baroque

The iconic baroque quartet Red Priest – described in the New York Times as “the wildly virtuosic little band” – bring you Truly Madly Baroque - A stunning programme of truly baroque classics, arranged and performed with Red Priest’s trademark energy, virtuosity and (in the best baroque sense) madness!

Music for Miniatures – Baby Friendly Concerts

Music for Miniatures bring you their special baby-friendly Summer concert where there’s no need to sit still, dancing is encouraged and everyone is welcome. 45 minutes of live classical music for you to enjoy with your little one.

Shanties at The Shed

Come and join us for a jolly night of traditional and contemporary sea shanties led by Kate Raw. Lyrics are provided and the tunes are easy to pick up. Freshly made sourdough pizzas from Pom A'dore Westonbirt will also be available to order on the night.

Comedy Club at the Goods Shed

Come and have fun in the company of some of the finest, and funniest, stand-up comedians from the UK comedy circuit. This month featuring the talents of Karen Bayley, Steve Day and back by popular demand one of all-time favourite MC’s Cerys Nelmes!

Allelujah (12)

When the geriatric ward of a small Yorkshire hospital is threatened with closure, the hospital decides to fight back by galvanizing the local community. They invite a news crew to film their preparations for a concert in honour of the hospital’s most distinguished nurse. What could go wrong?

Pandora’s Box with The Last Baguette

Ever wondered what’s in the box? The one on the top shelf? Why were you told not to look it in? Could it really be so bad? Join the Baguettes as they lift the lid on this classic myth. A gallop through Greek mythology featuring goofy gods, hilarious heroines & daft deities with physical comedy, live music and un-Apollo-getically bad puns.

Gareth Lockrane with the Tom Ball Trio

Gareth Lockrane is one of a kind - a human dynamo of improvisation and composition, arguably the UK's pre-eminent jazz flautist, ranging in flutes from bass to piccolo - we invite you to join him and the Tom Ball Trio for an outstanding evening of Jazz

Shed Piano Club 2023

Our latest afternoon piano club at the Goods Shed offering the opportunity to enjoy some beautiful music from accomplished performers whilst enjoying a little light refreshment from our Cafe.

Union of Strings

The talented acoustic folk-blues-rock duo of David John Lloyd, twice guitarist of the year finalist in ‘Guitarist’ magazine’, and accomplished guitarist and vocalist Chris Ongers offer a repertoire including Stereophonics, Paul Weller, The Foo Fighters, Prince and their own compositions.

Romeo and Juliet – presented by Sun & Moon Theatre

Sun & Moon Theatre are delighted to be performing at Tetbury Goods Arts Centre with a vibrant, emotional, and bold open-air production of Shakespeare’s most popular drama of star-crossed lovers and warring families. The feud between the Montagues and Capulets has been reimagined as a rivalry between two family-run movie studios in the 1930s.

Music for Miniatures – Baby Friendly Concerts

The theme for this month's Music for Miniatures is Musical Circus, featuring clarinet, oboe and piano. Baby-friendly concerts where there’s no need to sit still, dancing is encouraged and everyone is welcome. 45 minutes of live classical music for you to enjoy with your little one.

Fretless and Friends – Jazz at the Goods Shed

Smooth, easy-listening jazz combining mainstream jazz tunes from the American songbook mixed with shades of swing and some Latin interludes. Fretless and Friends create an intimate club atmosphere. Not to be missed.

Shed Piano Club 2023

Our latest afternoon piano club at the Goods Shed offering the opportunity to enjoy some beautiful music from accomplished performers whilst enjoying a little light refreshment from our Cafe.

Off The Rails Family Festival 2023

Whatever else you’ve got planned for Sunday 3 September, give yourself a generous dollop of time to come on down to our third “Off the Rails” Family Festival.

Tar (15)

Set in the international world of Western classical music, the film centres on Lydia Tár, widely considered one of the greatest living composer-conductors and the very first female director of a major German orchestra.

London Haydn Quartet

We are delighted to welcome back to The Shed the London Haydn Quartet - this time performing music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn and, of course, Haydn

Afternoon Music Recital with Laraine Levin and pupils

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 Book Festival Friday 15th September

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 Book Festival Saturday 16th September

Tetbury Books Festival Saturday 16th September Starting at: 11am - Coffee, Cake and Persephone Books: Sally Bayley - Barbara Burman - Tom Parfitt and Rebecca Lowe - through to 7pm - Simon McBurney

Tetbury Book Festival Sunday 17th September

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

What’s Love got to do with it? (12)

In London, an award-winning film-maker documents her best friend's journey into an assisted marriage in line with his family's Pakistani heritage. In the process, she challenges her own attitude towards relationships.

The Making of Lucy – The Story of Rodmarton Manor

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

Shed Piano Club 2023

Our latest afternoon piano club at the Goods Shed offering the opportunity to enjoy some beautiful music from accomplished performers whilst enjoying a little light refreshment from our Cafe.

Gardeners’ Question Time at The Goods Shed

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.

Afternoon Music at the Goods Shed with Lyn Briggs

And this week we invite you to join singer songwriter Lyn Briggs - originally from the North East of England and now living in Stroud. Her words are all about music, her poetry has rhythm, tone, pitch and pace. Sometimes these poems transform into songs and even short stories.

Joyride (12)

A headstrong solicitor's plan to offload her new born baby to her sister, is derailed when a vulnerable but opinionated teenager steals their taxi.

Rock the 70’s

If you are into the seventies and you like your rock music, then the ROCK THE 70s show will be right up your street. Tight, pumping rhythm section, authentic guitars, tasteful keys and four part vocal harmonies will bring to life your favourite songs from your favourite decade.

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