WIN two tickets to enjoy a wonderful meal at the UK's only travelling restaurant Circus Sauce, which is setting up home for the night on Saturday, October 7 at Tetbury's Good Shed Arts Centre from 7.30-9.30pm.

Enjoy a two-course meal, which will be served alongside a lively set from upbeat Cheltenham folk rockers The Hawthornes.

For this unique evening, The Shed will be laid out with long trestle tables, making this into an event to enjoy with friends or family.

Many of you will already know Circus Sauce, the unique restaurant that follows Gifford’s Circus to each ground.

The team favour hearty, no-fuss nostalgic classics like lamb hotpots, crisp pork, hearty stargazey fish pies, mounds of Eton mess, treacle puddings and many other delicacies, served up on platters and dishes for you to stick your spoon into.

The menu on October 7 will feature an appetiser of crab thermidor croquettes and a main of either poussin roasted in thyme, butter, honey and beer with autumn vegetables or shallot tart tatin with Oxford blue cheese (V).

To finish off the dining experience there will be salted caramel banoffee pie.

The Hawthornes are a lively folk/rock band from Cheltenham, England.

Taking cues from folk revivalists such as Laura Marling, Eliza Carthy, Frank Turner and Seth Lakeman, The Hawthornes combine beautiful, female-vocal-driven acoustic music with mariachi-style upbeat pop/rock hooks.

Whilst chalking up appearances all over the UK with acts such as Phil Beer, Three Daft Monkeys, Terry & Gerry, Babajack and The Gerry Colvin Band and at festivals such as Lakefest, Y Not and The New Forest Folk Festival, The Hawthornes have gained a reputation for delivering a powerful live show.

Their second album “Cut & Run” was released in early 2017 and has already been met with much critical acclaim.

To be in with a chance of winning a night of music and great food just email your name and phone number to by Friday, September 29.

  • To buy tickets for Circus Sauce & The Hawthornes at Goods Shed Arts Centre, Tetbury on Saturday, October 7 visit 7.30-9.30pm. Tickets £25