There's plenty going on in the Cotswolds this week. Email details of your events for inclusion in future listings to

Thursday, November 23 


  • HISTORIAN, author and TV presenter Dominic Sandbrook is at the Corinium Museum at 7pm to talk about his latest book Great British Dream Factory. The book is a celebration, observation and analytical exploration of British culture for the past 50 years. Books will be on sale in partnership with Waterstones, Cirencester and Dominic will be happy to sign them at the end of the evening. Evening lecture tickets can be booked by calling the museum on 01285 655611. Visit for more.


  • THE Dolphins Dramatic Society presents Sleeping Beauty at the Dolphins Hall, tonight, tomorrow and Saturday with performances starting at 7.30pm and a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm. Tickets from Tetbury Hardware, London Road or

Friday, November 24


  • EVERYMAN Theatre presents this year’s pantomime Dick Whittington & His Cat. Join Dick and his cat as he travels from Gloucester to London to make his fortune and runs into the usual cast of Everyman favourites (including the return of Tweedy) along the way. Continues until Sunday, January 7. Box Office 01242 572573 or visit

Saturday, November 25  


  • CHRISTMAS  Fayre in the Village Hall from 2-4pm. Gifts, books, white elephant, festive edibles, cards, toys and jewellery, bottles and super raffle. Tea, coffee and warm mincepies will be available. Entrance free.


  • RURAL Cinema at Corinium Museum with a showing of The Promise. Set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire, The Promise follows a love triangle between Michael, a brilliant medical student, the beautiful and sophisticated Ana, and Chris, a renowned American journalist based in Paris. 2.15pm. Also on Sunday. £5.20 per adult, £4.40 concession. Booking recommended.


  • A TRIBUTE to the music of Richard Rodgers with The Jess Radcliffe Trio at Daglingworth Village Hall. Enjoy well known songs from Carousel, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, The Sound of Music, The King & I and more. 7.30pm, bar opens at 6.30pm. Tickets £10. Contact Paul on 07754 728044 or email


  • CHRISTMAS lights ceremony, Market Place, 4-6.30pm. Barbecue, mulled wine, crepes, funfair, stalls and street entertainment including Lechlade Ukulele Group at 5pm and Christmas Carols by St Lawrence School at 5.30pm. Father and Mrs Christmas arrive at 5.45 and the lights will be switched on at 6pm.

Sunday, November 26 


  • CHRISTMAS Fayre in Aldsworth Village Hall. Locally-produced Christmas food items and gift ideas. Raffle and refreshments. Café offering light homemade ‘soup and roll’ lunches, sausage rolls, mulled wine and mince pies, tea or coffee. £2 entry, children free. 11am-2.30pm.

Monday, November 27


  • MIKE Skidmore, a popular and talented local artist, will be the guest of Cirencester Art Society at Watermore Parish Hall, Trinity Road, 7-9pm. Mike will be demonstrating his talent with oils and his concept of still life. Visitors welcome. Small entry charge.


  • THE annual Christmas Craft event at Northleach Church takes place from 7.30-9.30pm. Activities include the chance to make a candy cane reindeer, chocolate truffles, a marshmallow deer, a ribbon Christmas tree or Christmas tree napkins.