We Will Be Free
Set in 1834 We Will Be Free follows the extraordinary true story of George and Betsy Loveless.
7pm, Friday 7th March
Tickets £12 standard, £10 OAP, £5 unemployed/full time student/under 21
A film about two good men, a mountain - and a good cause!
Introduced by local best-selling author, Katie FfordeFollow John Stokoe and Jonathan Vidgen in their gruelling trek up the world's highest free-standing mountain. Their aim? Not just 'because it's there' but to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Please support us by coming along on
at 3.30pm for a 4pm start
AT LANSDOWN HALL, LANSDOWN, STROUD, GL5 1BB
Entry £5, to include raffle
Phone 07833 752173 for advance tickets
This film was made by professional cameraman Jon Vidgen (from Casualty and Dr Who) as he tackled the mountain!
New works by composer Howard Skempton & applied artist Matthew Harris
Using old maps of Shropshire and graphic scores as common starting points, composer Howard Skempton and artist Matthew Harris have each created a brand new work for this performance.
Harris’ freestanding textile artwork will transform the space into both a gallery and a concert hall as four of BCMG’s world-class musicians perform Skempton’s new piece, ‘Field Notes’, and music by other leading composers.
There will also be a chance to meet the artists involved in the project and a ‘behind-the-scenes’ film recorded by both artists showing the journey in creating this new works.
Starts at 7:30pm
For tickets and details contact SIT on
Funded by Arts Council England
Stroud Blues Club
Rag Mama Rag and Dana Dixon
RAG MAMA RAG create an exceptionally full and hard driving rhythmic sound which soon has audiences feet tapping.
"Dana Dixon has cemented her place as the UKs best female harmonica player" - Blues In Britain (UK)
Tickets £15 from Black Book Cafe, Subscription Rooms or on the door.
Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt
Nikki Kitt is a spiritualist medium who currently travels the UK doing Psychic/Mediumship Evenings.
As a medium Nikki Kitt aims to provide evidence of life after life by giving messages to people in the audience from their loved ones in spirit along with amazing accuracy in descriptions, personalities and all sorts of personal information.
Saturday 5th April.
Tickets £10 available from Stroud Tourist Information Centre