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Tetbury Arts Society – Pen and Wash Demonstration – Wednesday 04 March

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

St Michael’s Catholic Church Hall, Silver Street, Tetbury

Ink & Wash or Wash & Ink – you decide by Max Hale

Members – Free

Guests welcome – £3.00

 


The Friends of Tetbury Hospital Annual Film Night – Wednesday 04 March

7:00 pm for 7:30 pm

Dolphins Hall, Tetbury

The Runaways (12A)

Three Children, Two Donkeys, One Big Adventure!

A humorous, uplifting film following the adventures of 3 children and their donkeys in a chase across the North Yorkshire Moors.

With the beauty of a classic family adventure film and harnessing a modern aesthetic, be prepared for an emotional journey into what it means to be siblings.

A tale that includes donkeys, trains, joy, heartache and some of the best landscapes northern England has to offer.

Tickets: £9.00 each (inc a glass of wine or soft drink) from 01666 502336 or 01666 504039

Please support The Friends of Tetbury Hospital and help us raise much needed funds

 


Greening Tetbury Meeting – 4th March

7:30 pmChrist Church Tetbury

Greening Tetbury welcomes you to Christ Church for the sixth meeting where you can join one of their focus groups-

* Energy

* Minimal Plastics

* Food

* Transport

* Communication

Together we can make Tetbury Greener


Didmarton Rural Cinema – Judy – 6.30pm with cash bar – Film show starts at 7.30pm6thth March

7.30pm

Thirty years after starring in “The Wizard of Oz,” beloved actress and singer Judy Garland arrives in London to perform sold-out shows at the Talk of the Town nightclub. While there, she reminisces with friends and fans and begins a whirlwind romance with musician Mickey Deans, her soon-to-be fifth husband

Doors open at 6.30pm with cash bar – Film show starts at 7.30pm Ticket £4.00 or email.


Religion and Art in the Roman Cotswolds – Bingham Hall – Wednesday 11 March

7:30 pm

Bingham Hall, Cirencester, GL7 1JT

Cotswold Archaeology Mick Aston Annual Lecture by Professor Martin Henig

Free Entry

Telephone 01285 771022 for further information

Email: enquiries@cotswoldarcheology.co.uk

 


Beethoven 250 – Malmesbury Abbey – Saturday 28 March 

7:30 pm

Join The Malmesbury Singers with Bristol Ensemble as they perform Beethoven’s Mass in C and Coriolan Overture and Brahms’ Schicksalslied

Tickets from www.malmesburysingers.co.uk , Abbey Bookshop or any choir member

 


Le Swing – Tetbury Goods Shed – Saturday 28 March

7:30 pm

Gypsy Jazz, Swing & French Cafe Music

Back by Popular Demand – Le Swing bring to The Goods Shed their unique blend of female jazz vocal, acoustic and electric guitars, double bass and occasional trumpet to perform an evening of French chanson and American songbook classics, delivered in their own gypsy jazz-inspired style.

Advance Tickets £12.50 from the Visitor Information Centre and online  (£14 on the night)

 


Ninebarrow Band – Goods Shed Arts Centre – Sunday 29 March

8:00 pm10:00 pm

Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition.

For this performance they are being joined by Ward and Parker – John Parker, previously of JCB song fame in Nizlopi, and Cliff Ward, founding member of folk super group, The Willows.

Tickets £16.00 from the Visitor Information Centre and online.


Fundraising Breakfast – Tetbury Church – Saturday 28thth March

9:00 am

You are all invited to a breakfast on Saturday 28th March at 9am at Tetbury Church to help Mary Hinton’s fundraising for the London marathon. Mary, “Hedgehog Mary”, who is running her first ever marathon at this years London Marathon.

Mary is running in support of Christian Aid.

Please contact: Parish Office on 01666 500088 to book your space.


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