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Sunday 28th July 2019

Shakespeare at Swinhay - As You Like It : 7:30pm

Professional theatre company Rain or Shine, hailed by ‘The Stage’ as “one of the best companies touring open air theatre" are set to delight family audiences once again this summer in the stunning grounds of Swinhay House to bring you with their production of Shakespeare’s perfect pastoral play – As You Like It.

"All the world's a stage..."

Join one of Shakespeare's most famous heroines, Rosalind, as she makes her way in a world full of power, jealousy and tyranny.

In fear for her life and in search of true love, she flees her heritage with her cousin Celia and fool Touchstone. Will disguising herself as a country lad lead her to a new life full of hope, laughter, and her banished father? With songs galore, hand-to-hand wrestling, idiotic shepherds and the infamous melancholic Jaques, this comedy is sure to delight family audiences from 6 to 96 So pack your picnic, rugs and chairs, pop open some bubbly and sit back and relax in the summer sunshine, while we whisk you off to the Forest of Arden where anything can happen!
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Saturday 31st August 2019

Pigeons, Pie and a Pint : 7:30pm


Cat Amongst the Pigeons is a collective (or should we say flock) of local musicians who play songs from Springsteen to Oasis, and tunes from Ireland to the Balkans.

A pie and mash supper will be served mid evening included in ticket price.
(Steak and Ale pie with mash will be served UNLESS you email and specify the vegan option - please email

Proceeds will go to the sensory garden project at the PARC.

Doors open at 7.30pm for 8pm start
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Saturday 7th September 2019


Bluesroots at it's Best!

Spikedrivers music has been described as 'haunting', 'gutsy', 'tribal' and even psychedelic. Blues in Britain says, “From the first note, Spikedrivers demand to be listened to. Ben Tyzack, Constance Redgrave and Maurice McElroy are three very talented musicians willing to experiment and evoke unusual contemporary sounds while they continue to keep diggin’ the blues by the roots.”

From the early blues of Robert Johnson, John Lee Hooker and Big Bill Broonzy they have added their own blend of north African and Native American rhythms, gospel harmonies, sixties blues and rock guitar. They’ve been compared to The Band, Led Zeppelin, Ry Cooder, JJ Cale, Fleetwood Mac and even Pink Floyd. It all adds up to simply the Spikedrivers.

With their high energy show, Spikedrivers have been burning up European festival stages. They’ve gained rave reviews at the Chedigny Blues Festival, Cognac Blues Passions, Lugano Blues to Bop Festival, Brecon Jazz Festival, and the Jazz Rallye de Luxembourg to name just a few.

“For their multitude of admirers, they seem to be growing in stature as a headline band. If you have not seen them you simply must.” Blues in Britain

"this band should grace the stage at every festival " Blues Matters! - UK

"Three musicians interweaving and complimenting each other perfectly Folk Roots - UK

"…a gift for evocative songwriting" Radio 2- Paul Jones

"Spikedrivers on the main stage with their take on

down home in your face blues..." Ealing Blues Festival
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Wotton Outdoor Cinema - Bohemian Rhapsody : 8:30pm

An outdoor cinema screening of the fantastic Bohemian Rhapsody.

Brought to you by KLB, British School and Bluecoat.

The Screening will take place on Wotton Community Playing Field.

Arrive from 7pm. Film commences 8:30pm.

Requested donation £10.

Bring your own seat and blanket.

This event will take place come rain or shine.

In the unlikely event of a cancellation, donations are non refundable.
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Monday 9th September 2019

Qigong classes : 6:30pm

Qigong is moving meditation, the integration of breathing practice with mindful movement to allow your body to relax and your mind to settle, through a series of gentle exercises. Qigong is also effective for your physical health, improving flexibility, balance and core strength. Classes with Sally are inclusive, supportive and relaxed. They are suitable for all ages, fitness levels and abilities.

Your first class is only £5, then £10 drop-in after that or £32 for a 4 class block.

No need to book but if you want to contact me email on

The autumn term will run from Monday 9th September to Tuesday 17th December (inclusive)
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