Friday, July 19

Seabright productions:The National Trust Fan Club.

Join Helen Wood’s one-women quest to visit all National Trust sites.

Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud, starting at 7.30pm, tickets £11.

Marie Curie Tea Party

Serving tea and coffee with a large selection of delicious cakes and win yourself fantastic prizes in our amazing raffle.

Bibury Trout Farm, Cirencester, starting at 2pm.

Shady Past Live

Revved Up Rock n Roll

Crown & Sceptre, Stroud, from 8.30pm, free entry.

Silent Disco

Little Vic Stroud, Gloucester Street, from 9.30pm-12.30am, tickets £5 in advance or £6.50 on the door.

Hawkwood Seed Festival: Planting Big Ideas

Hosting a range of speakers, workshops, performers, workshops, films and talks.

Events today include: Mal Webb and Kylie Morrihan (music), Rebels for Life (film) by Extinction Rebellion and jam session at the Seed Café.

Painswick Old Road, Stroud, from 6-10pm, running until July, 21

Doughnut Economics: The Future of Business in the 21st Century

High-profile economist Kate Raworth gives a seminar, addressing the urgent need to re-think economics in light of the climate crisis. Hawkwood College, Stroud, from 9am-2.30pm.

Saturday, July 20

Apricity Theatre: The Breach

An adaption of Shakespeare’s Henry V.

Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud, starting at 7.30pm, tickets £12.

Hawkwood Seed Festival

Events today include: Tom Steward: Good Energy, Paris to Pittsburgh: National Geographic, Rachel Fleming Embercombe: Where the Wild Things Are and Ruth Davey: mindfull photography session.

Dursley Big Car Boot

Sellers are welcome from 9am, £6 per car.

Early bird set-up is available.

Near the Police Station, Dursley, 9.30am-3pm.

Sodbury Players Youth Section present Guys & Dolls

About a couple of big-city gamblers and the women who love them.

Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, 57-59 Broad Street, starting at 7.30pm, tickets £9.

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Sunday, July 21

Hawkwood Seed Festival

Events today include: Faeland (music), Ian Redmond OBE: animal gardeners of the forest, yoga: breathe and stretch, Alan Heeks: grow your own happiness and Christian Gruetzmacher: bee observatory walk.

All About Eve

Oscar Winner for best picture and five other categories, featuring the legendary Bette Davis.

A classic story of ambition and betrayal.

Malmesbury Film Society, St Mary’s Hall, starting at 7.30pm, tickets £5.

Sunday, July 21

Sunday Night at the Barn

Adam Hess and Julian Deane. The Barn Theatre, Cirencester.

Wednesday, July 24

Connect Summer Party

Come along for a chat, coffee, cakes, table tennis and snooker if you feel like it. Frithwood Youth Centre, every Wednesday from 10.15am-12pm.

Thursday, July 25

WOMAD: The World’s Festival

Discover incredible artists from across the world.

Events today include: Juan De Marcos’ afro-cuban all stars, Meute and The mighty John Street SKA orchestra.