These are some of the best upcoming events near you this week.

Friday, October 4

Texas Tick Fever LIVE

Moon shine fuelled Americana!

From 8.30pm - free entry.

Crown and Sceptre, Stroud.

Feast Day of the Guardian Angels

Join us with live music from the Ragababas to celebrate the Feast Day of the Guardian Angels.

Entry by donation (£10 suggested)

Lovely Indian food & refreshments will be available all evening.

St Laurence Church, Stroud, from 7-10pm.

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Saturday, October 5

Dursley Big Car Boot

Last one of the season

Next to the police station, GL11 5QN

Sellers from 8.30am

Cars £6, £1 off when you mention this listing

Reopens April 4, 2020

More details 07711 476715

Craft, Craft Supplies and Gift Fayre

Local crafts, paper craft supplies, gifts, collectables, cakes/refreshments and more!

Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, from 10am-4pm.

Voluntary entrance fee (20p, children free) which will be donated to The Friends of Horton School.

Litter Pick - Rodborough

All equipment (litter pickers, bags/bag holders) provided but please bring your own gloves and wear decent footwear.

Meet at Rodborough Community Hall at 10am.

Class Act Jazz Quartet

Four seasoned jazz musicians - Gareth Williams (flute), John Huggins and Mark Sinfield (guitars) and Jim Pimpernell (double bass) - playing a sparkling selection of jazz favourites.

Horton and Little Sodbury Village Hall, from 7.30pm.

Tickets available from

Sunday, October 6

Busy Car Boot

Fromebridge Mill Inn, Whitminster, GL2 7PD

Five minutes from J13 of M5

Cars £6. Free carvery draw

Last sale of the season, reopens April 2020

More details 07711 476715

Monday, October 7

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Club

Launch of a tea club for the older members of our community or for anyone who likes a natter!

To be held on the first Monday of every month at 2pm, monthly cost of £2.50.

Call 01454 868485 for more details.

Turnberrie’s Community Centre, Thornbury.

Woolpack Pizza Mondays

Choose from our selection of high quality ingredients and watch them created in front of you, or wait at a table with a nice cold drink!

Woolpack Inn, Slad Valley, from 5pm.

Yate Aircraft Industry Exhibition

Between 1917 and 1945 Yate was a centre of the Aircraft Industry in the south-west, take a look at what was produced at the famous Yate factories.

Running until November 2 on Tuesdays-Thursdays and Saturdays.

Yate Heritage Centre, Church Road, from 10.30am.

Tuesday, October 8

Shrek the Musical

Bath Light Operatic Group presents: Shrek The Musical.

Directed and choreographed by David Baxter and features a live orchestra under the baton of musical director Matthew Finch.

Theatre Royal Bath, Sawclose.

Running until Saturday, October 12, tickets from £17-£36.

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Celebration Drinks

Join Wilder for a glass of fizz and celebrate three AA rosettes with them.

Wilder, Nailsworth from 5.30-8.30pm.

Music Society: Saxaphone and Harp Duo

Huw Wiggin on saxophone and Oliver Wass on harp were brought together by a shared love of music.

Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, 57-59 Broad Street, from 7.30pm.

Tickets from; £15 per adult.

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Wednesday, October 9

Monthly meeting of Mid Glos group of Amnesty International

All are welcome to attend.

Meeting at the Star Anise Cafe, Gloucester Street, Stroud at 7.30pm.

Thursday, October 10

National Theatre Live - Fleabag

A one-woman show written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Wotton Cinema, Old Crown House, from 8pm.