Events

  • Fri 18th January 8:00 pm, DJ Dance Night with Jim Hannaway

    Jim will be the host for the evening playing a varied mix of Swing, Jive, Balboa and Shag tunes. Requests always welcome., just pop onto the stage and ask.

  • Sat 19th January 10:30 am, Harmonic Temple Day

    *** FULLY BOOKED *** Easy to learn four-part harmony compositions by Nickomo based on chants, affirmations and sacred phrases. Enter the healing soundspace of the Harmonic Temple.

  • Thu 24th January 7:00 pm, People and Power - Populism, Facism and Defending Democracy

    The Stroud Seminar in collaboration with Molly Scott Cato presents: The ‘People and Power: Populism, Fascism and how to defend democracy’ : one of a series of talks and debates in the South West bringing together politicians, journalists and experts to discuss the breakdown of democracy and how to strengthen it within an increasingly polarised society, and how to spot the warning signs of fascism. This panel debate will comprise  Molly Scott Cato, Anna Bull (Bath University) and special guests to be confirmed.

  • Fri 25th January 6:30 pm, Stroud Goddess Temple - Building the Vision

    You are invited to co-create this vision of a permanent space belonging to the community, organised and facilitated by the goddess loving people within Stroud and surrounding areas.

  • Sun 27th January 7:30 pm, Dogman  - Film Club

    Dogman tells the story of Marcello, a likeable dog groomer living in a deprived Italian town and his relationship with thuggish ex-boxer Simoncino who terrorises the neighbourhood.

  • Fri 8th February 7:00 pm, Honey Bee Garden Fundraiser

    Fundraising and social evening for Honey Bee Garden, Oakbrook Farm, Stroud

  • Sat 9th February 7:30 pm, ABBAholics - The Ultimate ABBA tribute

    ABBAholics - The Ultimate ABBA tribute

  • Sat 16th February 7:30 pm, Stroud Film Festival presents Refugees on Film

    The screening attempts to update our understanding of what life can be like for those who have made their homes elsewhere.

    The evening includes BAFTA nominated documentary A Syrian Love Story, by acclaimed UK director Sean McCallister. Filmed over 5 years it follows comrades and lovers Amer and Raghda through the Arab Spring and what follows.

  • Mon 18th February 2:00 pm, Journey into Story

    An opportunity to explore a story using drama games, improvisation and prop and costume making, for 8-11 year olds..

  • Sat 23rd February N/A, Night of the Living Lensmen Pt2

    Lensmen headline set with exciting special guests. Fund raising for local community transportation subsidies to and from London for The International Extinction Rebellion Week, April 2019.

  • Thu 28th February 7:30 pm, Rule Britannia - Danny Dorling

    Danny Dorling, Professor of Geography at University of Oxford and a leading thinker on inequality in Britain, argues that sorting ourselves out post Brexit, is going to require a great deal of introspection, that what we see may not be pleasant. And that Brexit – however it comes – may be part of the cure.