June 15, 2021

Discover what’s On in June 2021

Thursday 03 June

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

Soul (PG)

2:00 pm

Tickets £7.00 each. All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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.

Thursday 03 June

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

Bill and Ted Face The Music (PG)

7:30 pm

Tickets £7.00 each. All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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 05 June – The Festival Players bring you Henry V

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 7:00 pm

For its 36th Year of touring, Festival Players International brings you Shakespeare’s most popular History Play –  HENRY V.

After a rebellious and spirited youthhood, carousing in the taverns of London, Prince Hal takes on the responsibility of Kingship and leads his troops, of low and high station, across the Channel to do battle with the French at Agincourt. Follow the charismatic King Henry the Fifth in this stirring tale of leadership, bravery, humour, and love; two hours of exhilarating entertainment for a Summer’s evening.

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

Tickets: £16.00 Adults, £10.00 Under 16’s each plus booking fee. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door). Licensed bar. Doors open at 5.30 pm

Thursday 10 June

Tetbury Goods Shed Cinema

The Personal History of David Copperfield (PG)

2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

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

Tickets £7.00 each. All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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.

Friday 11 June – Open Garden

Hookshouse Pottery Garden

Hookshouse Pottery Gardens, nr Tetbury, GL8 8TZ – 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The gardens offer a combination of broad perspectives and intimate corners.

Planting includes a wide variety of perennials, with emphasis on colour interest throughout the seasons. Borders, shrubs, woodland glade, water garden with flowform cascades. Kitchen garden, orchard. Sculptural features. Run on organic principles.

Donations invited. Pre-booking is not required.

Thursday 17 June

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.

Tickets £7.00 each. All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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 20th

New Brillscote House

Lea, Malmesbury, SN16 9PF. Mrs Simon Mounsey. Signs on B4042Malmesbury to Swindon Road and road from Charlton,

Milbourne & Garsdon. Please note location is Brillscote HOUSE not Farm, both on SN16 9PF. Drive has chair with eggs for sale. Sun 20 June(2.30-6.30). Adult £6, Child free. Home-made teas.

The garden was created in 2005 after the house was built in2004/5. Before that it was an agricultural field and builder’s rubble. My husband's philosophy was for a garden to be ‘organised chaos’ - he loved wildflowers and always let them be; he loved herbaceous borders and created several here and also a wild garden. He planted over 400 trees. He created gardens all his life wherever he lived. Featured in July 2020 edition of The English Garden. https://bookings.ngs.org.uk/book/577123b7-9f13-eb11-80f7-00155d9dea00/

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.

 

Tuesday 22nd 2pm -7pm

Whatley Manor Easton Grey, Malmesbury, SN16 0RB.

Christian & Alix Landolt,01666 822888, [email protected], www.whatleymanor.com.

4miles West of Malmesbury. From A429 at Malmesbury take B4040 signed Sherston. Manor 2miles on Left. Tue 22 June (2-7). Adm £6.50, chd free. Home-made teas in The Loggia Garden. Hotel also open for lunch and full afternoon tea.

12 acres of English country gardens with 26 distinct rooms each with a strong theme based on colour, scent or style. Original 1920s Arts &Crafts plan inspired the design and combines classic style with more contemporary touches; c specially commissioned sculpture. Dogs must be on a lead at all times.

Pre Booking Available.

 

Wednesday 23rd June

Shed Talk with Gareth Williams

7pm-930pm

Tickets: £8.00 All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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.

Sir Peter Scott, internationally renowned naturalist and president of the World Wildlife Fund, was convinced that the Monster existed. So were senior scientists at London’s Natural History Museum and Chicago University; they lost their jobs because they refused to renounce their belief in the creature. For decades, the scientific establishment was determined to quash attempts to investigate Loch Ness – until Nature, the world’s greatest research journal, published an article by Peter Scott featuring underwater photographs of the Monster.

The Loch Ness Monster: a creature that should have died out with the dinosaurs, or a legend built on hoaxes and wishful thinking?
In this talk, drawing on material from his book A Monstrous Commotion, Professor Gareth Williams takes a wholly original look at what really happened in Loch Ness.

Meticulously researched and dazzlingly written, this book will appeal to anyone fascinated by nature and its mysteries – and to everyone who enjoys a beautifully crafted detective story with a strong cast of heroes and villains, plenty of twists and an unexpected ending.

Gareth Williams is Emeritus Professor and former Dean of Medicine at the University of Bristol. His previous books  include Angel of Death: The Story of Smallpox (shortlisted for the Wellcome Book Prize of 2010), Paralysed with Fear: The Story of Polio, Unravelling the Double Helix: The Lost Heroes of DNA and A Monstrous Commotion: The Mysteries of Loch Ness.

He is a past president of the Anglo-French Medical Society and has an honorary doctorate from the University of Angers. He is often to be found playing the flute or saxophone in and around Bristol.

Casablanca Afternoon Thursday 24th June Afternoon 2pm - 3.30pm Evening 7.30pm - 9.15pm
Certificate U. Running time: 1hr 45 mins. Romance, War, Drama.

Book this showing

Tickets £7.00 each. All tickets to be pre-booked via www.shed-arts.co.uk or by calling into Tetbury Visitor Information Centre

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.

Friday 25 June – Open Garden

Hookshouse Pottery Garden

Hookshouse Pottery Gardens, nr Tetbury, GL8 8TZ – 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

The gardens offer a combination of broad perspectives and intimate corners.

Planting includes a wide variety of perennials, with emphasis on colour interest throughout the seasons. Borders, shrubs, woodland glade, water garden with flowform cascades. Kitchen garden, orchard. Sculptural features. Run on organic principles.

Donations invited. Pre-booking is not required.

Friday 25 June – Carolyn Sampson and Joseph Middleton

Elysium – Songs of the Spirit and the Soul

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – 6:00 pm

Carolyn Sampson is a consummate recitalist and appears regularly at the Wigmore Hall. She has given recitals at the Oxford and Leeds Lieder, Saintes and Aldeburgh Festivals as well as at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Barcelona, Freiburg, Oper Frankfurt, Vienna Konzerthaus, and recently her debut recital tour of Japan.

Carolyn’s numerous concert engagements in the UK have included regular appearances at the BBC Proms, and with orchestras including Britten Sinfonia, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, English Concert, Hallé, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Sixteen, and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

Pianist Joseph Middleton specializes in the art of song accompaniment and chamber music and has been highly acclaimed in this field. He is Director of Leeds Lieder, Musician in Residence at Pembroke College, Cambridge and a Fellow of his alma mater, the Royal Academy of Music, where he is a Professor. He was the first accompanist to win the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young Artist Award.

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

Tickets: £20.00 each plus booking fee. Pre-booked seats only (no tickets on the door). Licensed bar. Doors open at 5.30 pm

Shed Piano Club 2021
30th June | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

A new post-lockdown piano club has started at The Goods Shed, Tetbury.  Our second gathering takes place on Wednesday 30th June from 2-4pm. Offering a wonderful opportunity for amateur musicians who have worked hard at their music for the past year finally to play for other people.

Since acquiring the Steinway grand piano the Goods Shed has hosted hugely successful and popular Tea Concerts on Wednesday afternoons with local amateur musicians playing for an appreciative and interested audience. It is hoped that Piano Club 21 will build on this and incorporate the warm social atmosphere of these gatherings with the opportunity to play for a group of peers. The Whistle Stop Café will also be open from lunchtime and during the afternoon offering a range of refreshments.

Due to social distancing  measures –  numbers will be strictly limited and all participants will need to book in advance.

Anyone wanting to perform should contact in the first instance:

Maggie Dyson

[email protected]

Telephone: 01666 837 358

and she will be able to confirm availability and performance time slot

We do hope you can come along and maybe bring a guest.    There is just a small charge for all who attend, whether playing or listening and tickets can be booked here.