Discover what’s On in September 2021
Saturday 04 September – Dire Streets – Brothers in Arms
Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 7:30 pm
On the 13th May 1985 Dire Straits released what would become one of the best-selling albums of all time; delivering a stream of classic songs and propelling the band into global superstar status.
To celebrate the release of Brothers in Arms, Dire Streets – Europe’s most critically acclaimed Dire Straits tribute act – will be playing the album live in its entirety.
Dire Streets are six of the the UK’s top tribute musicians, recreating the distinctive Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits with an attention to detail no other tribute can match.
Tickets will go on sale nearer the time. You can register your interest via www.shed-arts.co.uk
When available, all tickets will need to be pre-booked.
Tickets: £19.50 each plus booking fee. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door). Licensed bar. Doors open at 7.00 pm
Whatever else you’ve got planned for Sunday 5 September, give yourself a generous dollop of time to come on down to our first “Off the Rails” free festival.
There’ll be live music on the outdoor platform from the likes of Holder & Smith, Folk On and the Big R Big Band. Around and about the outside of the Shed there’ll be all kinds of impromptu entertainment for grown ups and children alike, with magic and storytelling as well as buskers and naturally a Beer Tent. There’ll be craft stalls inside the Shed itself, and of course the Whistle Stop café will be doing take-away meals, hot and cold drinks and scrumptious pastries all day.
Off the Rails is absolutely free. Just come on down to enjoy the fun!
Firecracker fiddle and guitar duo with almost any genre at their disposal but with Gypsy Jazz underpinning their unique award winning sound. Jazz, Classical and Contemporary with violin and guitar. Unforgettable.
Folk On, the finest comedy folk band to ever come out of the village of Little Dribblepatch … wherever that may be … write and play folk songs of unity and community, of solving conflicts and unyielding happiness. They also perform occasional songs about hopeless love lives, dead horses or Morris dancers.
“Folk On have made a niche genre accessible to a much younger audience…an experience not to be missed” – Greenbelt Festival Press
A 16-piece big band from Bristol, the Big R Big Band are guaranteed to get you dancing. Dashing, debonair, dandy and dapper, the classic swing tunes of the 30’s and 40’s are looking, and sounding, pretty damn good. The fabulous Jiving Jimmy will be along with his swing dancers to liven things up.
The captivating rhythms of this collective of top notch musicians traverse an acoustic spectrum with a British/European folk core and smatterings of roots, jazz, gypsy and pop at the edges. Dryadic’s melodies bring the work of singer & songwriter Zora to life with harmonies and hooks, underpinning candid, heartfelt lyrics that ride on a silky wave of acoustic guitars, strings, pianos and acoustic bass.
Delights for younger and older children, mixing songs, magic tricks and puppetry with a dazzling unicycling and juggling.
A really good story is a rarity in our ‘content’-filled world but veteran storyteller John Row John skilfully casts his spell on old and young alike with tales like ‘Grandfather All Know’, ‘Mossycoat’, ‘Kate Crackernuts’ and ‘The Golden Ram’ as well as humorous children’s stories like ‘Lazy Jack’ and ‘The Old Woman and the Pig’. Find him in the storytelling tent near the play area.
Including Alan Brinley Shaw on classical guitar and Becky Darrow, hula hooping, face painting and colouring tables.
Local and regional crafts on sale inside the main hall from 11am to 4pm.
If you are unfamiliar with Tetbury follow the signs from the town centre to the free long stay car park or put GL8 8EY into your satnav, which will bring you to the Royal Oak pub. The event and the car park are through the open gateway next to the pub
This five day festival of crafts by members of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen will take place within the historic Arts & Crafts Manor House and gardens at Rodmarton, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire. The theme of the Festival is ‘The Lie of the Land’.
Crafts Alive will celebrate our deep-rooted connection with the countryside and heritage craft with a selling exhibition displayed throughout the house and garden. Daily Craft Demonstrations, Taster Craft Skills Workshops for adults and children, Talks Programme, Physical Theatre & Puppet Performances, “Village Produce Show” with drop in vegetable making, a local Artisan Café, Gourmet Street Food & more will all be on offer within the grounds of Rodmarton Manor.
There will be a rare opportunity to visit the attic bedrooms and two of the open-air bedrooms.
Day tickets to Crafts Alive can be purchased in advance with timed admission slots to the house & exhibition. You need to be aware that when booking for events such as talks & workshops you will also need to purchase the main entry day tickets. These timed admission tickets must be booked in addition to any other events/activities.
Oscar Winner for best Original Screenplay
A young woman, traumatized by a tragic event in her past, seeks out vengeance against those who crossed her path.
From visionary director Emerald Fennell (Killing Eve) comes a delicious new take on revenge. Everyone said Cassie (Carey Mulligan) was a promising young woman… until a mysterious event abruptly derailed her future. But nothing in Cassie’s life is what it appears to be: she’s wickedly smart, tantalizingly cunning, and she’s living a secret double life by night. Now, an unexpected encounter is about to give Cassie a chance to right the wrongs of the past in this thrilling and wildly entertaining story.
Mulligan is fantastic and heart-breaking as Cassie.
A boldly provocative, timely thriller, Promising Young Woman is an auspicious feature debut for writer-director Emerald Fennell — and a career highlight for Carey Mulligan.
Not since “Hard Candy” have I enjoyed such an enticing revenge story. Mulligan is at her best, showing such complex emotions. She varies from cold-hearted to heart-breaking.
One of the most impressive directing debuts I’ve ever seen, and a film that will remain embedded in my mind for a long time.
Watch the trailer
About reserving seats on the TicketSource system
Current virus measures and advice mean we cannot sell tickets at the door. Seats must be reserved in advance. However we have upgraded our ticketing arrangements to allow you to reserve specific seats.
The majority of our events offer a choice of 2- or 4-person tables or individual seats . To select seats or a table, please click on the ‘Reserve Seats” button below.
This will take you to this event’s page at the TicketSource site where you will be able to see which seats and tables are available and then reserve the one(s) you prefer.
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Individual Seat – £7.00
2-Person Table – £14
4-Person Table – £28
This button will take you to our bookings page for this event at TicketSource, from where you can select and reserve your preferred seats or table from the available options
The Shed has a hearing loop for all who appreciate a little help hearing the audio systems.
In the current situation we ask you to bring your own headphones, which you can use with one of our receivers. You can reserve one when booking your tickets or by calling the office on 01666 505496.
A 15 certificate means… “Suitable only for 15 years and over. No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema” – British Board of Film Classification
Latest Covid guidance
While we are grateful that we can begin to operate in a more normal way, we are mindful that throughout the pandemic we have said that we will always put the wellbeing of our community first. We will continue to do so and we have decided, therefore, that for the rest of the summer we should keep some distancing practices in place.
We will continue to have a reduced capacity in the auditorium at many events; to ask staff and customers to wear a mask if possible – though the good news is you can remove them when seated during an event – and to be conscious of social distancing in general. This will be harder for us financially but we think it is the right thing to do. We are open (performances, café and for other groups) as we have been whenever possible in this challenging period. We hope you understand, and that we can relax more fully in a couple of months.
Your support of us throughout this period has been humbling and we will do all we can to make your visits to the Goods Shed and café both comfortable and exciting.
Child (Aged 5-16) £13
Concession (Student & Senior) £15
Child under 5 Free
Family (multiples of 4, 5 & 6)£58 | £73.50 | £87
Weekend Adult £35
Weekend Child £21
Weekend Concession £26
Parking (per vehicle) £5
At this present time, for the safety of our visitors, tickets will not be available to purchase on the door.
Disabled Tickets are available and will include a free carers ticket. Please bring proof of disability on the day. Disabled Parking is also available for £2.50.
**A Premium Ticket includes; glass of prosecco or craft beer, a DogFest lead flag and cost of parking.
For any ticket related enquiries, please contact our ticket providers via their customer service form https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice.
All dogs attending should be protected by current veterinary vaccinations and kept on leads at all times.
*excluding Premium Tickets and Parking