Annual General Meeting – come along!
Bring your best voice to this community event!
We’re working to ensure the Undercroft can be used for this year’s carol singing
The Market House has added some festive lights to cheer us all up in the dark cold winter evenings
Saturday 27 November 2021
Rude! Ribald! Ridiculous!
A sell out audience at Minchinhampton Market House thoroughly enjoyed a brilliant performance by David Mynne.
Who knew Chaucer could be so much fun!
Saturday March 23
A quick-fire comedy improvisation show packed full of sketches, gags, songs, surreal situations, flying packets of ‘Instant Whip’ and prizes!
Completely improvised and directed by the audience the show is highly addictive, interactive, engaging & fun
Participate as much or as little you like: shout out during the show or write down suggestions in the interval to win prizes.
The Minchinhampton Players forthcoming production of Alan Bennett’s hilarious 2 act play Habeas Corpus is sold out for all of the evening productions but tickets are still available for the matinee on Saturday 24th November.
Tickets are available from the Market Stores, Minchinhampton.
Please note that the play is not suitable for children.
We are thrilled (if you’ll pardon the intentional pun) to be hosting our next Literary Lunch with thriller writer Martin O’Brien on Friday 10th March at noon.
Martin was travel editor at British Vogue for a number of years, and as a travel and life-style correspondent he has contributed to a wide range of international publications. As well as writing the Daniel Jacquot detective series (“Rich, spicy, and served up with unmistakeable relish” – The Literary Review), he has also written straight-to-paperback thrillers under the name Jack Drummond (“Big, high-pitched disaster novels don’t come much more thrilling than this” – The Daily Mirror). His latest Daniel Jacquot book, ‘Talking to the Sharks’, published last summer received excellent reviews.
Tickets are £25 and include a two course lunch plus tea or coffee. There is also a licensed bar. So pick up a booking form from Minchinhampton Market Stores, Taylors Butchers, Munchinhampton Cafe or Amberley Post Office.
The magnificent Minpins children’s choir is coming to the Market House on Saturday 21 May. Part of Stroud Choral Society, the Minpins took their name from Roald Dahl’s last children’s book, so it is appropriate that the event – named ‘An Entertainment for Summertime’ – will be presented by writer and broadcaster Brough Girling, chairman of SCS and founder of the reading charity Readathon, of which Roald Dahl was the chairman and an ardent supporter.
The Minpins will be joined by the A Cappella singers ‘Copious Notes’ and ‘Nuts in May’, the actors’ company.