What’s On

Wiltshire Council Mobile Library

In Sherston Every fortnight on Saturdays 10.30am – 12.45pm

Apr 7 & 21   May 5 & 19    Jun 2, 16 & 30

Sherston High Street For further details call clerk@sherston.org.uk or mobilelibraries@wiltshire.gov.uk

The Angel Hotel

Check Facebook,boards for more details of events, call 841627, email contact@sherstonangel.co.uk or visit http://www.sherston-angel.co.uk/


The Carpenter’s Arms

Check boards for details of events

For further details call 840665 or visit https://www.facebook.com/carpenters.armssherston


The Rattlebone Inn

Monday Quiz Nights Every Monday at 7:30pm Free entry and prizes for the winning team

Check boards for more details of events, call 840871 or follow on Twitter or visit http://www.therattlebone.co.uk/


Church events

Easter Day 1-Apr Easter Sunday Service at the Church of the Holy Cross

Gauzebrook Gallivant 12-May Last year this sponsored walk raised almost £2000 for the children’s and youth work carried out in our churches by Becky and Joel.

For further details call Rev Christopher Bryan 837522 or Christopher.bryan123@btinternet.com or twitter @chrisbryanrev // blog http://revchristopherbryan.wordpress.com/   Rev Susan Harvey 840696 or susan.harvey44@hotmail.com or visit


Sherston Market

Now in aid of Village Hall repairs Local crafts and produce which vary each market – 2nd Saturday in the month All stall fees will now be going directly into the Village Hall Renovation Fund. You can also enjoy delicious delights from EMMA’S KITCHEN from bacon rolls to pie, mash & peas

and beautiful Cakes all freshly homemade.

The food can be eaten in the hall or have as a take away. Free charity table in entrance 10am-4pm

Sat 14 Apr   Sat 12 May    Sat 9 Jun   No market in July as Boules Day

For further details call Alison on 07909 737096 or pollyatkins59@btinternet.com


Art Exhibition at Shear Class Salon

Exhibition by local artists Drop in and see the local art exhibited in the Salon next to the Post Office. All art is for sale! Anyone can call in to see them – you don’t have to be attending the salon.There will be details about each artist but all are local and have exhibited in the Sherston Arts Festival Panayiotis Marlagoutsos Apr-May   Lesley Kenny Jun- Jul


Sherston WI Talks

Talk by Team Rubicon UK disasters are our business; veterans are our passion’ Thurs 5 April, 7.30pm, British School Room

WI Open Meeting with talk from Caroline Lowsley-Williams, Chavenage Everyone is welcome to hear from Caroline Lowsley-Williams, whose family have lived at Chavenage since the late 19th Century. Chavenage has played a notable part in a number of film and television productions, the Poldark series being one of the more recent ones. Thurs 19 Apr Book your seats to be sure of your place. Cost is £8, which will include refreshments – now available from the PO. Please contact Jill Woodward (840 578 or jillwoodward222@btinternet.com) or Sue Heathcock ( 829 344 or (thegardenhouse@btopenworld.com).

For further details call Jill Woodward 840578 or jillwoodward222@btinternet.com


Sherston Senior Club

Outing to the Concorde Museum 3-Apr

Outing to Dobbies Garden Centre in Cirencester 17-Apr

Talk: Bob Smith presents “Marvellous Moths” 1-May British School Room

If space allows, visitors are welcome to come on our outings please contact Helen Quirk 840516 for more information. For further details call Helen Quirk 840516


Sherston Drama Group

Spring Play: SECONDARY CAUSE OF DEATH Apr 4-7 at, 7.30pm, Doors open 7pm The third play in the Inspector Pratt trilogy: Secondary Cause of Death. It is just as funny as the other two, as the hapless inspector tries to make sense of events at Bagshot House in the months leading up to World War 2. Can the audience guess the identity of the murderer, or indeed the next victim, before Pratt does? Tickets (including refreshments) on sale from the beginning of March at Sherston Post Office Stores

If you managed to see either Peter Pan That Goes Wrong over Christmas on television or have been lucky enough to see The Play That Goes Wrong in London or recently on tour then this production is something you are going to love.  If you wish to get involved backstage, with set building or technical lights and sounds effects please call Kirstie Blair on 01666 840096 or email kirstieblair@gmail.com

Village Hall For further details call Sue Lehrer (Chair) email suelehrer@gmail.com Tel.07778 0661830 or visit


Sherston Boules Festival

Mon 9 – Sun 15 July with the main event, the annual Boules Day on Sat 14 July 2018.

Boules Competition Entry Forms Register your team into July’s Boules competition, preferably online through http://www.sherston.net but paper entry forms will be available Sherston Post Office Entry open from till Easter Monday (1 Apr) Draw takes place end of April

Last year the Boules festival raised around £8000 for local charities. For those groups that can offer help for 2018 Boules Day and would like to apply for a donation, please email Chair Pip Pettit on  sherstonboules@gmail.com


Rural Arts Wiltshire comes to Sherston

Mumbo-Jumbo at Sherston Villlage Hall This is a Rural Arts Touring show, also in aid of the Village Hall Sat 19 May 7.30pm Licensed Bar. Tickets £10, concessions £8, under 16 £6, from Sherston Post Office or 840375

Grittleton Village Hall For further details call or visit http://www.ruralartswiltshire.org.uk


Sue’s Strolls

Sun 8 Apr Please assemble at the village hall for 10am with a return Rattlebone Inn just around 12noon for seasonal refreshments. As ever children and well behaved dogs, the latter on leads, are very welcome. The walk is entirely free and there is no need to book a place – just turn up on the day. For further details call Sue McKechnie 840601 or susannemckechnie@hotmail.co.uk


Sherston Magna Cricket Club

Net sessions for adults at Westonbirt Sports Centre (directions: http://www.westonbirt.org/information/directions) Adults: Sunday 1 Apr

Adult Nets 4pm until 5pm The cost for all 5 sessions is £20, or £5 for each session Please pay in cash when you arrive at your relevant session

League fixtures on http://sherstonmagnacc.co.uk/matches

Pinkney Park Ground For further details call cricket@sherstonmagnacc.co.uk or visit http://sherstonmagnacc.co.uk



The Holford Arms

Live Music every weekend  Check boards for more details of events   or call 01454 238669 or info@theholfordarms.co.uk



Badminton Horse Trials

Wed 2 – Sun 6 May from 9 / 9.30 am Gates open at 8am See website for ticket information Under 12s free. Cash (only) at gate is £2 more than advance tickets. Free admission after 4pm

Badminton For further details call 01454 218375 or boxoffice@badminton-horse.co.uk

or visit http://www.badminton-horse.co.uk



Luckington Youth Café

Weekly event for ages 11-16 Saturdays 6-6.30pm Big Questions & Discussions, 6.30-7.30pm Food, games and chill

Luckington Village Hall For further details call Joel Faulkner joel.p.faulkner@gmail.com or visit



The Arboretum

STIHL Treetop Walkway The main walkway is step-free, making it accessible to visitors on foot, using mobility scooters, wheelchairs and pushchairs and to those with dogs on leads. It is 300m long and gradually rises on gentle inclines to a height of 13m. Scramble up to the crow’s nest viewing platform; cross the rope bridge; Peer through the mesh-floored section

Specialist Wood Sales every Sat 10am-1pm in aid of FOWA

Secrets of Silk Wood – guided walk 2pm Every Sat and Sun till 4 Nov Departs the Welcome Building – free after admission – dogs on leads welcome

Wild Westonbirt – for 14-18 year olds Learn traditional and bushcraft survival skills – booking essential – 0300 067 4854 Sat Sat 21 Apr Sat 26 May Sat 23Jun Sat 21 Jul 10am-4pm fre after admission

Summer concerts on sale Thurs 14 Jun – The Script Fri 15 Jun- Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot Sat 16 Jun Paloma Faith; Sun 17 Jun George Ezra Ticket prices at the booking office.

Till Nov 2018 admission prices Adults £10, Concs and those arriving by bike or public transport £7, Children (5-18) £4, under 5s free, 1 carer allowed free per paying disabled visitor

Westonbirt Arboretum For further details call 880220 or visit http://www.forestry.gov.uk/westonbirt


Easton Grey

Whatley Manor

Fine Wine and Drinks Society The club will meet for tastings once a month and will be held in The Green Room, the brand new dining space. Annual membership £50 per annum. Monthly tastings £15. To book contact Daniel Davies on 827076 or email sommelier@whatleymanor.com

Sunday Cinema £45 includes your cinema ticket for the screening and popcorn and a 3 course lunch or dinner in Le Mazot brasserie. Lunch first from 12 noon with the film starting promptly at 2.30pm. For the dinner screening enjoy the film first starting promptly at 5pm followed by dinner in Le Mazot brasserie from 7.15pm. The Mountain Between Us Sun 1 Apr Kate Winslet Beau Bridges

Special cinema and dinner event in the Green Room – ‘Lion’. Experience a classic range of Indian dishes with one of our chefs Nikesh Patel. You will enjoy the first few courses in The Green Room and then head over to the cinema to enjoy the film “Lion” starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman, during the interval the treats will be served in the cinema. £65.00 per person Fri 20 Apr

Chef’s Table in the Green Room Thai Night Fri 6 Apr; Indian Night Fri 20 Apr

Guest Michelin Chef Pop-Ups in the Green Room

Tony Parkin, Head Chef of Graham Garrett’s Michelin star restaurant, The West House in Biddenden, Kent Mon 30 Apr £145 seated at 7.30pm In the intimate environment of the Green Room with a central open kitchen you will be interacting with these talented and creative chefs as they cook.

Guest Michelin Chef Pop-Ups in the Green Room Gareth Ward – Chef Patron Ynyshir Hall, one Michelin star and on the way to a second. Mon 14 May £145 seated at 7.30pm In the intimate environment of the Green Room with a central open kitchen you will be interacting with these talented and creative chefs as they cook. On the website of Ynyshir it simply says: Ingredient led

Flavour driven, Fat fuelled, Meat obsessed, This is an evening not to miss.

Whatley Manor For further details call 834026 or visit http://www.whatleymanor.com




Thurs 3            7 pm “Manon” (Ballet) Live from the Royal Ballet *

Fri 11   2pm     “I, Tonya”; 5.30 pm “Peter Rabbit”; 8pm “Journey’s End

Wed 16 2pm    “Journey’s End

Wed 16 7.30 pm “An American in Paris” from the West End, London *

Mon 21 8pm     “Red Sparrow

Tues 22 2pm   “An American in Paris” from the West End, London * ; 7.30pm Exhibition on Screen “Monet” *

Fri 25 5.30pm  “Peter Rabbit”;          8pm “Red Sparrow

Movies@Malmesbury is run entirely by volunteers. If you would like to help out with the running of Movies@Malmesbury please see a member of the staff at the end of a screening or email us ghcooke@hotmail.com A limited range of drinks and snacks are available for purchase at the bar adjacent to the cinema. A few cushions are available for use during M@M programmes. Please ask for one, remember availability is limited so arrive early if you want one! There is no charge for the cushion. Tickets: 2pm Matinee & 5.30pm screenings: Adults £5. Under 16’s £4.   8pm screenings: All tickets £6. *Alternative Content (theatre, ballet, opera & art exhibitions) all tickets £10

This month’s films include:

Malmesbury Town Hall For further details call Tickets are available at the Town Hall, on the door or online (a booking fee is payable) or visit http://www.malmesbury.gov.uk/cinema.html


Exhibition: Wiltshire At War

Wiltshire Does Its Bit includes many interesting stories of local nurses, dairymaids, small businesses, and local people providing comfort to soldiers of WWI– all doing their bit for the war effort. The museum will also have a display commemorating local soldiers and sailors who lost their life on the Somme and Jutland free entry Open Summer: Mon to Sun 10.30am to 4.30pm Winter (from Oct to Mar) : Mon to Sat 10.30am to 4.30pm, Sundays: 11.30am to 3.30pm.

For further details call or visit http://www.athelstanmuseum.org.uk


Singing for the Brain

Singing sessions are led by a trained Singing for the Brain leader Every other Monday 1.30-3pm a free service (funded by Wiltshire council) is designed to be a fun, stimulating and social activity for people with a diagnosis of dementia and their family/friends or carers. For session dates and to book your place please call Pam Ollis at our Chippenham office on

Malmesbury Activity Zone, Bremilham Road For further details call 01249 443469 or e-mail nwilts@alzheimers.org.uk or visit http://www.alzheimers.org.uk

Malmesbury & District University of the Third Age

U3A is a unique organisation which provides educational, creative and leisure opportunities for retired and semi-retired people. There are over 400 members and around 40 different interest groups including arts and crafts, book group, history, gardening, dancing, theatre trips , languages, walking etc. U3A meets on the 4th Thursday of the month at Malmesbury town hall from 10- 11.45 for tea/coffee, a chat and to listen to our monthly speaker. Charge 50p

AGM Thur 26 Apr

Talk by Andrew Poynton of Poynton Farriery Clinic Based in Malmesbury, Andrew has a wealth of experience which he shares with farriers and vets in this country and abroad.

Assembly Rooms at the Town Hall For further details call Membership Secretary Ann Roberts-Phare on 823971 or visit http://www.malmesburyu3a.org.uk


Wiltshire Council Sunday Lunch Club

Monthly get together for those who’d like some company and a good Sunday lunch Each month 12.30pm for 1pm start. £10.50 pp Transport can be arranged if needed

For further details call Ellen Backer 07557 922020 or visit


Events at Malmesbury Children’s centre

Workshops for toddlers, infants and new parents Free parenting courses for parents with children under 5 – check website for details free crèche

Malmesbury Children’s Centre For further details call 825566 or email: malmesburycc@spurgeons.org or visit http://www.malmesburycc.org


Wessex Concert Orchestra

Spring Concert at Malmesbury Abbey this year the concert features Beethoven’s 1st Piano Concerto with the young talent of pianist Kim Li. Also on the programme is the joyous Overture to the Magic Flute – Mozart and Brahm’s romantic Symphony no 2 Sat 28 Apr at 7.30pm £12/£10 concs from The Abbey bookshop, Michael Thomas Butchers at The Triangle Malmesbury, and the website http://www.wco.org.uk

Wessex Concert Orchestra is a challenging, sociable and friendly non-professional orchestra based in Chippenham but performing in the North Wiltshire area. It draws amateur players of all ages from the local area. The repertoire ranges from film and light music through to a challenging range of full symphonic works.

It welcomes new members and has vacancies in some sections.

WCO meets on a Monday night in Chippenham and anyone interested in joining this friendly but committed group of players should contact the Musical Director on md@wco.org.uk to enquire about vacancies.

For further details call md@wco.org.uk or visit http://www.wco.org.uk


Malmesbury, Chippenham

Programmes and Activities at The RISE Trust

FREE Children’s Centre activities The RISE Trust supports many projects in North Wiltshire with 6 Children’s Centres in Chippenham, Cricklade, Royal Wootton Bassett and Calne. We provide Children’s Centre services for the Corsham and Malmesbury areas. We also run Youth services, such as mentoring and youth groups, and provide services to the elderly. The RISE Trust started as an initiative from a local church in Chippenham in 2004.

Seniors’ lunches The Rise Trust Volunteers regularly serve a Community Lunch for Seniors at St Paul’s Church Hall, Malmesbury Road, Chippenham at 12pm. This is a great way to make new friends and socialise. For more details please contact Vicky Watt on 01249 445288 or email vickyw@therisetrust.org

Youth Club and Youth Café We run lots of activities for young people in Chippenham including a Youth Club and Youth Cafe Gemma Matthews 01249 464008 or gemmam@therisetrust.org

For further details call 01249 463 040 or visit http://www.therisetrust.org/programmesevents/



Moviola – the Touring Rural Cinema Scheme

Murder on the Orient Express [12A] Wed 25 Apr Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start £6 from Lesley or on the door

What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into one of the most stylish, suspenseful and thrilling mysteries ever told. From the novel by best-selling author Agatha Christie, “Murder on the Orient Express” tells the tale of thirteen strangers stranded on a train, where everyone’s a suspect. One man must race against time to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again. Kenneth Branagh directs and leads an all-star cast: Olivia Colman, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Derek Jacobi, Michelle Pfeiffer and Daisy Ridley

Grittleton Village Hall For further details call Lesley 01249 783157 or email l_palmer@btinternet.com or visit http://www.moviola.org/


Grittleton Plant & Spring Fair

organised by children’s charity Action Medical Research Set in the stunning surrounds of Grittleton House, plant lovers and “foodies” are in for a real treat, over 50 stalls selling plants from specialist nurseries, stunning accessories for your “room outside “and delicious local artisan produce. Mon 28 May 11am – 3pm Entrance – £3 per person, Children under 12 free. Assistance dogs only please. We are thrilled to announce there will be a guest appearance from Action’s special mascot PADDINGTON ™

All proceeds and donations will be going to support children’s charity Action Medical Research. Action Medical Research is raising funds to offer hope to thousands of families across the UK who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.

Grittleton House For further details call If you are interested in having a stall please contact Tracey Edwards T 01225 776691 E tedwards@action.org.uk or visit http://www.action.org.uk/grittleton_plant_and_food_fair


Tetbury Goods Shed

Vegetables from Aunt Addie’s Vist the amazing Ros for all your delcious locally grown vegetables. Adeline Farm is a farming venture with the emphasis on quality, fresh, local and seasonal produce. Although not certified as Organic they are committed to using organic methods ~ and to working with nature and respecting wildlife. They are also totally committed to producing the finest produce possible. 10am-2pm Adeline Farm Community Project offers facilities to the disabled, people with learning difficulties, and other groups in the Wilts. /Glos. area.

April events:

Sat 1 – Close Encounters -Photographic Exhibition by Mark Fairhurst – Runs to 12 May 2018 (Closed Mondays)

Thurs 5  – Cinema “Swallows and Amazons”

Doors Open 2pm – Performance Starts 2.30pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Thurs 5  – Cinema “Murder on the Orient Express”

Doors Open 6.30pm – Performance Starts 7pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Sat 7  – Wrong Jovi – Tribute Band

Doors Open 7pm– Performance Starts 7.30pm – Tickets Cost: £15

Thurs 12th  – Cinema – “Paddington II”

Doors Open 2pm – Performance Starts 2.30pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Thurs 12  – Cinema – “Victoria and Abdul”

Doors Open 6.30pm – Performance Starts 7pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Sat 14  – Little Howards Big Show for Kids

Doors Open: 1.30pm – Performance Starts: 2.00pm – Tickets From £7

Wed 18  – Tetbury Community Choir Concert

Doors Open: 7pm – Performance Starts: 7.30pm – Tickets Cost £9

Thurs 19  – Cinema – “Goodbye Christopher Robin”

Doors Open 6.30pm – Performance Starts 7pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Sat 21   (AM) – William Howard – In Love with the Piano

Doors Open 10.30am – Performance Starts:11.00am – FREE EVENT

Sat 21  (PM)– William Howard – Exploring Chopin’s 4th Ballade

Doors Open:   4.30pm– Performance Starts:   5.00pm– Tickets Cost: £5

Sun 22  – William Howard – Recital

Doors Open:4.30pm – Performance Starts:5pm – Tickets Cost: £18

Monday 23  – William Howard – Schools Event

Doors Open:   10.30am – Performance Starts 11.00am FREE EVENT

Wednesday 25 – Watching Out By Everyman Theatre

Doors Open: 7pm – Performance Starts: 7.30pm Tickets Cost: £9

Thurs 26  – Cinema – “Royal Night Out”

Doors Open 6.30pm – Performance Starts 7pm  Tickets Cost £7 Adults/£5 Children (14 years)

Sat 28  – Iron and Oak – featuring local Artist – Heather Bristow

How to reach the Shed – use the sat nav postcode GL8 8EY  For further details call  info@shed-arts.co.uk or visit www.shed-arts.co.uk


Tetbury Art Society

Spring Exhibition  The exhibition is then open from Sat 5- 7 May at The Market House, Tetbury, 10am – 5pm. £3 non-members.

For further details call Gill Ashley 840993 or visit http://www.tetburyartsociety.org.uk



Flicks in the Sticks

Paddington 2 Fri 6 Apr earlier start time of 6pm for 7pm in case there are any children who would like to come – Doors open 6:30pm for 7.30pm start. Cash bar £3 in advance £3.50 on the door

Settled in with the Brown family, Paddington the bear is a popular member of the community who spreads joy and marmalade wherever he goes. One fine day, he spots a pop-up book in an antique shop — the perfect present for his beloved aunt’s 100th birthday. When a thief steals the prized book, Paddington embarks on an epic quest to unmask the culprit before Aunt Lucy’s big celebration

Didmarton Village Hall For further details call Jenny Body 01454 238358 or jenny.body@btconnect.com or visit



North Wilts Villages Flower Club

Workshop tutored by Anna Steven – “Do you see what I see?” 18-Apr

Members’ Dinner May 16 at Mayfield Crudwell)

Garden visit to national demonstrator, Pam Lewis’s garden, near Devizes 20-Jun

Flower arranging classes Our regular flower arranging classes will be starting on May 23. There will be a set of four classes, with the first one being a beginners and back to basics class. This will be open to non-members and spaces are still available. If you would like to join us, please call the number below, for more info.

Crudwell Village Hall SN16 9HB For further details call Margaret on 01285 770 639



Historic Food Festival

Celebrate Wiltshire’s food and drink heritage with a day of free activities, talks and displays at the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre. The Women’s Institute will also be on hand with a pop-up café, selling tea, coffee and heritage cakes throughout the day. Sat 14 Apr 10.30am Food historian and author Sally McPherson and chef Deborah Loader will talk about the history of food and the herbs and spices used as flavourings down the ages

Wiltshire is of course famous for its cheese and dairy industries and we are delighted that local cheese-maker Ceri Cryer will be joining in on the day. She has revived the traditional Wiltshire Loaf, a semi-hard cheese popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, which she makes at the Brinkworth Dairy using her great grandfather’s recipe. If that is not historic enough you can discover just what the builders of Stonehenge were eating 4,500 years ago. Historians from English Heritage will be on hand with a display on food and feasting at the ancient monument

Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre For further details call or visit http://www.wshc.eu/home/news/item/feasting-on-heritage.html


Neeld Community and Arts Centre

I’m Still Standing: The Elton John Story Fri 6 Apr The 8 piece band are stunning to watch and play the tracks with great energy and all 100% live. Finished off with beautiful projections, replica costumes and a baby grand to boot, this is an electrifying evening of classic hits not to be missed.

Garry J Foley: Elvis Tribute Night Sat 7 Apr Garry J Foley is a multi award winning Elvis tribute artist and has performed throughout the UK, Europe, USA , China, India and Asia. Garry has been performing as an Elvis Tribute Artist for many years and has gained many awards along the way.

Feast of Fiddles Mon 23 Apr Typically, fiddlers Peter Knight (Steeleye Span), Chris Leslie (Fairport Convention), Brian McNeill (Battlefield Band), Ian Cutler (Bully Wee), Tom Leary (Zeus) and Garry Blakeley (Band of Two) add the large range of fiddle playing styles to the rock back-line of guitars, keyboards, sax and accordion – all held together by legendary drummer Dave Mattacks.

Martin Hughes-Games and Iolo Williams present Wildlife Road Trip Tues 1 May TV wildlife presenters from Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch, Martin Hughes-Games and Iolo Williams present this informative and amusing wildlife show packed with fascinating facts and fun. Their exciting journey is filled with real life stories and takes the audience behind the scenes of the wonderful world of wildlife and TV presenting.

Queen II Fri 11 May Queen II have been touring Britain and Europe captivating audiences with their nostalgic tribute show. The band faithfully recreates the energy, excitement, and emotion of a classic Queen concert. An authentic tribute, the four-piece band delivers powerful vocals, driving rock anthems and flamboyant showmanship.

Neeld Community and Arts Centre For further details call 01249 446699 or visit http://www.neeld.co.uk



Paws for a Cause

5K Charity Dog Walk around Colerne Airfield in aid of Cancer Research Sun 22 Apr – from 8.30am £6 adult £3 child Big Bone prize for best fundraiser

Colerne Airfield For further details call cancerresearchukbox@outlook.com or visit



The Electric Picture House

A refurbished local cinema run by volunteers from the local community This month: Peter Rabbit; The Greatest Showman Sing-Along; Phantom Thread; The Shape of Water; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri;A Wrinkle in Time; Sat 7 Apr The Magic Flute; Wed 11 Apr RSC Live: Macbeth; Berliner Philharmoniker LIVE Conducted by Kirill Petrenko Fri 13 Apr; English National Ballet: Akram Khan’s Giselle Thurs 26 Apr; NT Live: Macbeth Thurs 10 May; An American in Paris – the Musical; check website for details

The Electric Picture House For further details call 01453 844601 or visit http://www.wottoncinema.com


Malmesbury, Chippenham, Bath, Stroud, Bristol, Wotton

National Theatre Live

Live and pre recorded screenings

Macbeth 10-May

For further details call or visit http://www.ntlive.com

Bath, Stroud, Bristol

Covent Garden Royal Opera House and Ballet @ the cinema

Live and pre recorded screenings of opera and ballet from the ROH Covent Garden

Opera; Macbeth 4-Apr

Ballet: Manon 3-May

Ballet: Swan Lake 12-Jun

Stroud Apollo, Odeon Bath and many other Cinemas For further details call 0871 220 6000 or visit http://www.roh.org.uk/cinema



THEATRE ROYAL BATH plays host to west end productions, premieres and world premieres as exciting new shows are announced for the Spring & Summer Season



THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM, a compelling family drama, visits Bath immediately prior to the West End starring two of the country’s most distinguished actors, DAME EILEEN ATKINS and JONATHAN PRYCE, together on stage for the first time.






DUSTY, is the World Premiere production of a landmark new musical about the life of the iconic Dusty Springfield










and for younger audiences: THE WHALE







Theatre Royal For further details call 01225 448844 or visit http://www.theatreroyal.org.uk



Jazz Festival

Varied programme of talks and events featuring all types of jazz 2-7 May

Various locations in Cheltenham For further details call 01242 505444 or visit http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/jazz/




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