Sunday, 7 October 2018

Things to do This Oct & Nov - Culture



Things to do in Gloucestershire

SVA, The Good Shed, Stroud

Live music performance from Emily Barker and special guest Jack Carty. Preforming songs from her latest album, Sweet Kind of Blue, a fusion of soul, blues, country and folk, Emily will be taking to the stage on Saturday 3rd November at 7:30pm. 
Click here to purchase tickets and find out more about the event.




Gloucester zombie walk 


Cafe Rene,  Southgate Street, Gloucester
Back by popular demand, the Gloucester zombie walk will return to the streets of Gloucester city centre. Free of charge, this years walk will be raising money for Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice. Join the scary stroll on Saturday 27th October, 3pm - 5pm.
For more information on this event, click here.
























Stroud Farmers’ Market

Certified Farmers MarketEvery Saturday 9 am-2 pm

Cornhill Market Place & Surrounding Streets, Stroud GL5 2HH                

Near Madia & Matilda HQ

























Stroud Farmers’ Market is multi award-winning and is well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers’ market in the UK. The market was awarded Best Farmers’ Market in the UK for 2013 for a second time by FARMA. At Stroud Farmers market there is streets lined with stalls, selling a range of fresh and local produce. From meats and charcuterie to fruit and vegetables, desserts, preserves and pickles to bread, cheese and plants.

You're sure to find a product you love at this market.

For more details, click here.









Cheltenham Literature Festival

109-111 Bath Road, Cheltenham GL53 7LS


Find a book you love at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, the world's oldest literature festival with over 500 events - Covering history, art, current affairs, sport, food and fashion, there's something for everyone's taste. World renowned this 10-day celebration is not one to miss!  Including  top i
cons, pop stars, extraordinary comedians, amazing actors. To visit & find out more, click here






Sincerely Madia & Matilda

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