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  • Oct 3
    Posted: Sep 16th 2019 13:11 | Edit

    Wotton Cinema, Thursday 3rd Oct

    08:00PM National Theatre Live: Fleabag

    For more details and bookings: [external link]

  • Oct 4
    Posted: Jul 31st 2019 16:51 | Edit

    UTEA: FRIDAY NIGHT BLUES JAM : 8pm, Friday 4th Oct

    From 20:00 to 22:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Free entry, donations welcome, bar open

    The Friday Night Blues Jam is an invitation to join in and play 'the blues' as part of a band. You can bring your instruments along, sing or just enjoy a drink and tap along to the groove!
    All levels of ability welcome.


    Under the Edge Arts: for more details and bookings where appropriate: [external link]

  • Oct 5
    Posted: Aug 26th 2019 10:46 | Edit

    FLAMENCO NIGHT, Saturday 5th Oct

    From 19:30 to 22:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Join Rotary club of Cotswold Tyndale in a Spanish themed night with lots of fun. Authentic 3 course dinner including Paella with a vegetarian option, welcome glass of Sangria, Authentic Flamenco dancers making a special trip from London with a fantastic Spanish guitarist and a disco.
    tickets only £25 each with all profits going to local charities including Pied Piper Appeal.
    Stinchcombe Village Hall
    tickets from gillian.hayward100@gmail.com

  • Oct 5
    Posted: Sep 11th 2019 16:17 | Edit

    UTEA: The Schmoozenbergs : 8pm, Saturday 5th Oct

    From 20:00 to 22:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Conjuring up the mood of 1930s Paris, fused with the energy of a campfire jam session, The Schmoozenbergs’ uplifting gypsy jazz music will put a smile on your face and a bounce in your step.
    With two guitars, violin and double bass, they bring irresistible rhythms, lyrical melodies and playful improvisation to create an upbeat and heart-warming sound.

    Their highly entertaining and engaging live show encompasses a repertoire of classic jazz tunes with a gypsy twist, and original music from their new album ‘Awaken’.

    Based in Bristol, The band formed in 2012, and have had a busy a busy 7 years of shows, including festivals (Glastonbury, Boomtown, Shambala, Green Man), international swing dance events and national venue tours.


    “Relaxed yet upbeat (and eminently accomplished) swinging gypsy-jazz from this Bristol-based four-piece. A delightful break from the stresses of the day.”
    (Festivalflyer.com : Glastonbury Festival, 2017)


    Sam Stennett – Guitar
    Tom Brydon Smith – Guitar
    Ron Phelan – Double Bass
    Gina Griffin - Violin





    Under the Edge Arts: for more details and bookings where appropriate: [external link]

  • Oct 5
    Posted: Sep 16th 2019 13:11 | Edit

    Wotton Cinema, Saturday 5th Oct

    10:30AM Playmobil: The Movie
    08:00PM National Theatre Live: Fleabag

    For more details and bookings: [external link]

  • Oct 6
    Posted: Sep 16th 2019 13:11 | Edit

    Wotton Cinema, Sunday 6th Oct

    07:30PM Pain and Glory (Dolar y Gloria)

    For more details and bookings: [external link]

  • Oct 9
    Posted: Sep 2nd 2019 15:59 | Edit

    Yoga and Relaxation Classes, Wednesday 9th Oct

    From 18:30 to 20:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Join me for gentle yoga practise and relaxation which will improve your strength and flexibility, and calm your mind, helping you to relieve the physical and mental stresses of everyday life.
    Come and give it a try, the first session is free of charge. All abilities very welcome.

    The Club Room, Gloucester Street, Wotton-Under-Edge, GL12 7DN

    For more information or to book a place, please call Tracey on 01454 316438 or 07970 653817, or you can email me at cuppatee63@hotmail.com

  • Oct 9
    Posted: Sep 3rd 2019 16:41 | Edit

    DRU YOGA AND RELAXATION, Wednesday 9th Oct

    From 18:15 to 21:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Help to take the stress out of everyday life! Relaxed friendly yoga and relaxation classes suitable for all abilities, including beginners.

    Join me to experience this gentle but potent form of yoga using gentle movement, directed breathing and visualisation to help to reduce stress, stiffness and to rejuvenate your whole body and mind. Fully qualified teacher.

    Every Wednesday - 2 classes
    18.15 until 19.30 and 19.45 until 21.00

    Held at Charfield Memorial Hall, Wotton Road, Charfield GL12 8TG.

    For further information or to book online please visit www.yoga4allseasons.uk or contact Carolyn on 07784557564/email yoga4allseasons@virginmedia.com.

  • Oct 11
    Posted: Jul 31st 2019 16:53 | Edit

    UTEA: SCJC JAZZ JAM : 8pm, Friday 11th Oct

    From 20:00 to 22:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    From 8pm once a month (every second Friday)

    Free entry, donations welcome, bar open, PA provided
    Bringing the benefit of jazz as an art form to the local community and to multiple levels of ability. All instruments/vocalists will be made welcome. If you can play the blues and want to have a crack at jazz – this is for you! If you want to come and just listen that is fine too. Jazz Jam Sessions are led by John Cook, Shairon Lloyd, Peter Neale and JJ Shaw.



    Under the Edge Arts: for more details and bookings where appropriate: [external link]

  • Oct 12
    Posted: Sep 9th 2019 14:27 | Edit

    UTEA: ALAN BURKE : 8pm, Saturday 12th Oct

    From 20:00 to 22:00.     Add this to your calendar:        

    Alan Burke is widely regarded as one of the finest ballad singers of his genera-tion and possesses an almost inexhaustible repertoire of traditional, contemporary and self-penned songs in both the English and Irish languages. Accompanied by his unique driving guitar style, Alan’s powerful presence and technique have featured on two highly acclaimed solo albums, On The Other Hand (1998) and Tip Of The Tongue (2000) alongside numerous recordings and collaborations with a number of bands and projects that have formed the core of a great life in music. A commanding stage presence, with a voice that is powerful, sensitive and crystal clear, Alan’s gigs are always truly memorable.


    He began his musical career as a drummer, before making his name in traditional music circles in the 1980's and 90's as lead singer, guitarist, and bodhrán player with the tremendous band Afterhours, with whom he made three albums - Afterhours, Hung Up And Dry, and Up To Here– and toured extensively worldwide. Since then Alan has appeared as a member of a number of bands including At First Light, Airla, Tulsk and Rambling Boys of Pleasure.
    Alan has been heavily involved in collaborative projects, and was the cornerstone of the four acclaimed annual Irish Sea Sessions concerts, tours and albums produced in Liverpool, Ireland and London. The Sea Sessions saw him combine with Declan O’Rourke, Damien Dempsey, Pauline Scanlon, Emily Portman and many more. In addition, Alan has worked both as a record producer and as an actor, including the play ‘This Is What We Sang’ that won Production of the Year at the First Irish Theatre Festival in New York 2010. He has also presented TV programmes in the Irish language for the BBC and TG4.


    Burke's strengths are his voice, a sweet mellifluous instrument, judiciously used and an understanding of his material. Alan Burke's rites of passage from band leader to first rate solo artist are complete. 'On The Other Hand' proves that. - Rock 'n Reel


    Under the Edge Arts: for more details and bookings where appropriate: [external link]

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