THERE'S lots going on at the Tetbury Goods Shed this month.

A particular highlight is the Magnificent AK47; the singing blokes of Ashton Keynes, performing on November 11.

Nobody knows why, but in 2008, the men of the village started to sing. They sang about sheds. And duct tape. And beer. In fact, they sang about everything important to them, occasionally with a jaunty hat.

The men come from all walks of life: builders, teachers and coach-drivers, a brace of archaeologists, some accountants and a few retired gents. 

Despite few having done any singing before, the troupe have risen to perform at places such as the Colston Hall and The Roundhouse. They’ve also appeared live on Radio 3’s ‘The Choir’ and sung on windmills, White Horses and at Stonehenge.

The Magnificent AK47 will also be holding a singing workshop earlier in the day which is open to everyone – women included.

Tickets are £12 for the concert on November 11, at 7 for 7.30pm and £10 for the workshop from 3-5pm.

Then the following Saturday, November 18, Don't Go Into The Cellar bring a touch of dark humour to the Goods Shed with 'Terror on the Tracks.'

The one man show set in a railway tavern, regales guests with curious tales feature weird and wonderful characters.

Tickets are just £10 with a 7.30pm start.

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