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What’s On in November

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NOVEMBER EVENTS HAVE SADLY HAD TO BE POSTPONED

FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN WE HAVE UPDATES

 


Now until Sunday 20 December – Life Inspired by African and Asian Textiles

An Exhibition by Alison Seymour Williams

  

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre 

Wednesdays 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm, Thursdays – Sundays 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

A collection of pastels, drawings and innovative prints.

Original art works and artist’s cards on sale.

Further information www.shed-arts.co.uk or @alisonseymourwilliams

 


Thursday 05 November

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

The Good Liar (15)

2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

Now running 2 shows of each film due to limited numbers per showing.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk 

Please do not turn up without pre-booking. If you do not have access to a computer, please come into the Visitor Centre and we will book your ticket(s) for you.

 


Saturday 07 November – Wilde without the Boy

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 7:30 pm

Wilde without the Boy and the Ballad of Reading Gaol is Gareth Armstrong’s brilliant dramatisation of “De Profundis“, Oscar Wilde’s searing letter to his lover, written from his Reading Gaol cell.

Performed by Olivier Award nominee Gerard Logan and with music by Simon Slater, the piece is a window into the bruised soul of a literary genius.

Wilde’s poem The Ballad of Reading Gaol narrates the execution of Charles Thomas Wooldridge, convicted of murdering his wife. Award-winning composer Simon Slater’s beautiful and original score provides a moving accompaniment to the performance.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk  or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre.

Tickets: £12.50 plus booking fee. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Licensed bar.

 


Thursday 12 November

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

Knives Out (12A)

2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

Now running 2 shows of each film due to limited numbers per showing.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk 

Please do not turn up without pre-booking. If you do not have access to a computer, please come into the Visitor Centre and we will book your ticket(s) for you.

 


Saturday 14 November – Holder & Smith play Django & Grappelli

Two musicians playing guitar and violin

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 8:00 pm

Explosive energy with style and an unforgettable ambience. 1940s swinging Paris Jazz with a twist!

Holder and Smith are a violin and guitar Jazz/Gypsy duo comprising of one of the countries most respected acoustic guitarists Stuart Carter-Smith with the award winning violinist Ben Holder.

This special night launches into tunes that comprise of the swinging Paris jazz scene of the 1940s also featuring modern pop classics played in their own contagious and energetic style. Expect the very highest level of musicianship that’s full of fun and energy while all along swinging hard.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk  or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre.

Tickets: £14.50 each plus booking fee. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door). Licensed bar. Doors open at 7.30 pm

 


Thursday 19 November

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

Cats review – will haunt viewers for generations | Film | The Guardian

Cats (U)

2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

Now running 2 shows of each film due to limited numbers per showing.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk 

Please do not turn up without pre-booking. If you do not have access to a computer, please come into the Visitor Centre and we will book your ticket(s) for you.

 


Sunday 22 November – U3A perform: The Black Pit – Live Play Reading

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 5:30 pm

During lockdown earlier this year the U3A Play Reading group could not meet to read plays so they decided to write some instead!

Now they will be presenting one of them “The Black Pit” which is, suitably in these times, all about the Black Death in an unnamed Gloucestershire village.

This is the brainchild of Jeremy North and Stephanie Dale and has a cast of ten. The idea is to read the play and then follow it with a look at how the Black Death actually affected Tetbury (not very badly as it happens) and maybe discuss how all that is relevant to today’s pandemic.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk  or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre.

Tickets: £6.00 each plus booking fee – to include tea and biscuits. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door).

 


Wednesday 25 November – Shed Talk with Fiona James – A closer look at Vermeer

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 6:00 pm

The first of a series of talks, the idea being to encourage a more questioning approach to an artist or a work of art, even if the artist is quite familiar.

The first talk will take a longer look at a painting by the seventeenth century Dutch artist, Johannes Vermeer.  The painting is entitled The Art of Painting.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk  or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre.

Tickets: £8.00 each plus booking fee. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door).

 


Thursday 26 November

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

The Gentlemen Cast & Character Guide | Screen Rant

The Gentlemen (18)

2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

Now running 2 shows of each film due to limited numbers per showing.

All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk 

Please do not turn up without pre-booking. If you do not have access to a computer, please come into the Visitor Centre and we will book your ticket(s) for you.

 


 

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