What’s On in November

Cut To The Chase – Tetbury Goods Shed – Wednesday 02 October to Sunday 03 November

11 am – 3 pm Wednesdays – Sundays (Closed Mondays & Tuesdays)
An exhibition of woodcut prints and oil paintings by Nat Morley                                                                                

Spooky Cellars at Woodchester Mansion – Tuesday 29 October to Sunday 03 November

Children’s event, charges will apply.

See Website for details for details.


Aladdin – Sherston Village Hall – Wednesday 30 October to Saturday 02 November
Wednesday to Friday: 7:30 pm
Saturday: 2:30 pm & 7:30 pm
Presented by Sherston Drama Group this family favourite will have you polishing your lamps. Ohhh no it won’t, Ohhh yes it will!!
Fully licensed cash bar.
Fancy dress competition for children on Thursday 31 October during the interval.
Tickets: Adult £8.00, Child / Concession £6.50 available from Sherston Post Office or Box Office 07970111601

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Rotary Club Bonfire & Firework Display – Sir William Romney’s School, Tetbury – 02 November

Gates open at 6 pm, Bonfire lighting at 6:30 / 6:45 pm, Firework display at 7 pm.Tickets: Adults £5, Children & Pensioners £3

Tetbury Rugby Football Club will be running a Food & Drinks stall

‘Mountains of the Moon’ – A photographic exploration of the Rwenzori Mountains by Steve Russell – 06 November

11:00 pm3:00 pm

A photographic exploration by Steve Russell from his many visits to Uganda, Rwanda and elsewhere in Africa.Mountains of the Moon runs from Wednesday 6th November to Sunday 8th December. The Goods Shed is closed Mondays and Tuesdays and occasionally at other times for private functions, so if you are coming from a distance we suggest you might want to check with us before setting off.

The Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre can be contacted on 01666 505496.

Tetbury Goods Shed – Smack the 80’s – 09 November

7:30 pm10:30 pm

SMACK The 80s

…… are famous for delivering a lively, fun-packed, and authentic tribute 80s show that is designed to fill the dance floor and create an event that will never be forgotten.

Tickets £12 in advance from Tetbury Visitor Information Centre or online.

Printing workshop – wrapping paper, cards and gifts – Saturday 16 November   

10am -1pm

Artique, Talboys House, 17 Church St, Tetbury, GL8 8JG

In this half day workshop you will learn to use traditional block printing techniques to create your own wrapping paper, cards and gift tags.

There will also a chance to use rollers to print some great recyclable wrapping paper.

After a demonstration, we will begin to print onto tissue and a variety of papers and card.

You will choose your favourite blocks to print a cotton bag, napkins or tea towel

Suitable for beginners

£45 including all materials 

To book see

Tutor : Clare Walsh


The Cherington Christmas Fair – Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 November

Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday 11 am – 3 pm
Toad Hall, Trull Farm, GL8 8SQ (Just off the Tetbury to Cirencester road. From Tetbury, it is on the left just after the Cherington / Culkerton crossroads)
Tempting treats at Toad Hall – unusual gifts, stylish stocking fillers, designer crafts and high quality presents.
Due to restricted internet facilities please BRING CASH as card machines may not work!

Tetbury & District U3A – Talk – Wednesday 20 November 

10:00 am for 10:30 am start

Tetbury Goods Shed

A talk by Brigadier Bruce Jackman OBE, MC about the Gurkha Welfare Trust and the history of the Gurkhas.

Free admission to Tetbury & District U3A members. Please show your membership card on arrival at the front desk.

Brigadier Jackman is part of three generations who have served with the Gurkhas. He, personally, commanded them in Brunei and Hong Kong and fought alongside them in Brunei and Borneo.

The Whistlestop Café will be open after the talk for those of you who want to mingle with fellow members.

There will also be a stand for new groups which are forming and as many group leaders as possible will be on hand to talk to members.


Tetbury Film Society – Woman At War – Wednesday 20 November

7:00 for 7:30 pm
Dolphins Hall, New Church Street, Tetbury
Halla (Halldora Geirharosdottir) is a 50 year old environmental activist who crusades against the local aluminium industry in Iceland.
As her actions grow bolder, her life changes in the blink of an eye when she is finally granted permission to adopt a child, challenging her priorities.
Cert 15. 101 mins.
Members: Free. Guests: £6.00 each.
Subscri-ption forms available from Amanda Briggs on 01666 503016 or download from

St Mary’s Playgroup Christmas Craft Fair – Market House – Sunday 24 November

St Mary's Playgroup

10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Oodles of Christmas Crafts and stall holders along with mulled juice and crafts for the children to do whilst the grown-ups browse and buy some lovely gifts!


Amberley Artisans Christmas Market – Friday 22 – Sunday 24 November

Friday 22 – Afternoon Shopping 1pm – 6pm
                     Drinks, Nibbles & Shopping 6pm – 9pm with music from The Amberley Community Choir from 6pm, followed by a local quartet.
Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 – Shopping & Refreshments (Tea and cake on sale) 10am – 5pm
Gallery 1673, The Clay Loft, Inchbrrok Mill, Gydynap Lane, Nailsworth, GL5 5EZ
Amberley Artisans are talented local artists and craftspeople, coming together to showcase their work and bring you unique, handmade gifts for Christmas.

Open Mic Night – Tetbury Goods Shed – Sunday 24 November

7:30 pm

Taking place on the third Sunday of every month (except this month when it’s the fourth!), Tetbury Goods Shed welcomes singers, instrumentalists and spoken word artists to come along and ‘do their thing’!

Call Heather Bristow on 01666 503946 to reserve your time slot.

£5.00 on the door. For full details please visit

‘Aladdin: The Uncle Strikes Back’ – The Dolphins Dramatic Society 28, 29 & 30 November 
7:30 pm

The Dolphins Hall, New Church Street, Tetbury, GL8 8DS.

Matinee 2:30pm Saturday 30 November.

This autumn The Dolphins Dramatic Society is presenting the pantomime ‘Aladdin: The Uncle Strikes Back.’ Glittering costumes, fabulous dancers from Minety Dance and Theatre School, stunning set, plenty of audience participation and some amazing characters that may possibly be new to you. May the FARCE be with you!!

Tickets £9 (Concessions £7, Children £5) from Tetbury Hardware, 30a London Road, Tetbury, GL8 8JL and online.


A Night in Paris – a tribute to Django and Sinatra – Friday 29 November

7:30 pm

Tetbury Goods Shed

Django Reinhardt and Frank Sinatra are two of the greats of the jazz era and this concert at The Goods Shed is a terrific tribute to their music and the gypsy jazz era in Paris.

Guitarists  Stuart Carter-Smith and Paul Gregory are rated among the best jazz musicians in the country and they are joined for this event by Denny Ilett who, in addition to being a superb guitarist himself, also has an amazing rich and sonorous voice that he uses to incredible effect, whether crooning Sinatra style or emulating the great Jimmy Hendrix. Tonight he brings you memorable tunes from the late great Frank Sinatra.

To really capture the café atmosphere of jazz age Paris, book a table for four or six for the evening. Call administrator Kathryn Limoi on 01666 505496.

Tickets £12 in advance from the website


Grand Christmas Tree Sale – Saturday 30 November

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10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Tetbury Goods Shed and Miller Homes development car park

Christmas trees ranging in size from 2ft to 4ft will be on sale by Tetbury Lions with prices ranging from just £10 to £15.

All trees are ‘non-drop’ and sustainable. They all have roots are are presented in a pot.

Not just for Christmas – After Christmas why not pop it on your porch, patio or balcony?

You can pre-order and collect on sale day by calling Ken White on 01666 504189 or email


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