What’s On in February

February Films at The Goods Shed

Thursday 06 – 7:30 pm – Pavarotti (12A)

Thursday 13 – 7:30 pm – About Time (12)

Thursday 20 – 3:00 pm The Lion King (U)

Thursday 20 – 7:30 pm – Judy (12A)

Thursday 27 – 7:30 pm – Official Secrets (15)

Tickets for all films on the door or online


Kim Cypher Jazz Band – 1st February

Goods Shed Arts Centre

7:30 pm10:00 pm

One of the UK’s most exciting saxophonists, vocalists and composers, Kim Cypher returns to The Goods Shed with her brand new ‘Love Kim x’ album tour. This is the perfect opportunity to hear tracks from her new album performed ‘live’.

Tickets £14.50 (On the Door £16.00) from the Visitor Information Centre and online.


Journeys into Abstraction – An Exhibition by Laurel Smart – Tetbury Goods Shed – Wednesday 08 January to Sunday 23 February

11:00 am – 3:00 pm Wednesdays to Sundays
Journeys into Abstraction – Laurel Smart


Laurel’s Abstract Acrylic Paintings are energetic, large, colourful canvasses that celebrate the expressive quality of paint.


Arcangelo Extempore – Goods Shed Arts Centre – 8th February

7:30 pm9:30 pm

Extempore: Music for instruments by Bach and his contemporaries performed by Arcangelo’s internationally-renowned chamber soloists: Jonathan Cohen, Thomas Dunford, Sophie Gent and Jonathan Manson.Arcangelo is one of the world’s leading Baroque ensembles, bringing together exceptional musicians who excel on both historical and modern instruments, brought together by founder and artistic director Jonathan Cohen.

Tickets £19.50 (on the door £24.00) from the Visitor Information Centre and online.


Taize in Tetbury – Thursday 13 February

8:00 pm

St. Michael’s Church, Silver Street, Tetbury

A Christian service of song and prayer – ALL welcome


Rural Cinema – Downton Abbey –  Friday 14 February

7:30 pm

Didmarton Village Hall

The beloved Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the king and queen of England soon unleashes scandal, romance and intrigue — leaving the future of Downton hanging in the balance.

Tickets £4.00. Doors open at 6:30 pm with cash bar – Film starts at 7:30 pm 


Murder Mystery Play – Who Killed The Feoffee? – Saturday 15 February 

2:30 pm & 7:30 pm

St Mary’s Church, Tetbury

This year you’ll meet all sorts of familiar faces in very unfamiliar guises as we challenge you to deduce WHO KILLED THE FEOFFEE?

Lots of local colour and scandal – eat, drink and be entertained.  Tetbury as you’ve never seen it before…

Tickets £10 (inc refreshments) from Tetbury Visitor Information Centre or Church Office


Bones Like That – Saturday 15 February

Goods Shed Arts Centre

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Tetbury Goods Shed is delighted to present local indie/pop punk band ‘Bones Like That’. The band all met at Sir William Romney school and their reputation is growing rapidly in the region. We are thrilled to be hosting some home-grown talent and with their amazing energy and great music.

Tickets £5.00 – £10.00 from Tetbury Visitor Information Centre or online (On the Door £11.00)


Tetbury Film Society – Lucky – Wednesday 19 February

7:00 pm for 7:30 pm

Dolphins Hall, New Church Street, Tetbury

The heartrending penultimate movie performance from the 90 year old Harry Dean Stanton.

His name is Lucky, he is an old Navy veteran who has enjoyed remarkably good health and is now compelled to face his mortality.

Members Free, Guests £6.00 each.

Further information regarding membership from Amanda Briggs on 01666 503016 or via


Jazz at The Shed – Wednesday 19 February

Goods Shed Arts Centre

7:30 pm – 9:45 pm

New – Jazz Nights at the Shed on a Wednesday starting 19 February.

We are delighted to confirm that one of Europes finest young Jazz Trumpeters, Jamie Brownfield will be performing with Hotclub Guitarist Caley Groves and your host Stuart Carter-Smith to showcase some of the UK’s leading lights of world Jazz.

Expect plenty of hot swinging jazz along with beautifully soulful standards from this Trio.

Tickets £12.00  online.


The London Haydn Quartet – Goods Shed Arts Centre – Saturday 22 February

7:30 pm9:30 pm

One of the world’s leading period instrument string quartets, The London Haydn Quartet was born out of a passion for Haydn. Founded in 2000 the quartet has received invitations to many of the most important concert series in UK, USA, Canada, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Japan.

Tickets £19.50 (on the door £24.50) from the Visitor Information Centre and online.

Absolute Bowie – Sunday 23 February

Goods Shed Arts Centre

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

By Arrangement with The Sounds That History Saved Agency – Absolute Bowie: Legacy Tour

There will only ever be one David Bowie, he was unique in every way and an inspiration to millions. Absolute Bowie continue to celebrate the life and music of the Starman with a spectacular show uniting Bowie fans across the UK. Absolute Bowie’s Legacy Tour is named after the Greatest Hits album released in 2016 and takes us on a musical journey of non-stop hits through the iconic singer’s ever changing personas.

Tickets £18.50 from the Visitor Information Centre and online (On the Door £20.00)


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