Fri 24th February 2017 at 19:30   £17.00

Lee Hurst is back on the road with his next stand up show... Comedy Show No. 9. It's a show, it's the 9th one and it's comedy. What else do you need to know? Come along for a night of laughs with that bald bloke you thought was dead.

www.LeeHurst.com | Twitter: @2010LeeHurst


Wed 1st March 2017 at 19:30   £15.00 | £12.00

Private eye and troubled sleeper Charlie Daniels is hired by the seductive Elise Hillerman to investigate the disappearance of her husband -a prominent gallery owner. Meanwhile, writers Charlotte and Dan struggle to write the script of their new noir-inspired theatre show about an art forgery ring. As scenes spin, fragment and entangle with each other one question arises: whose reality is real?

A View from the Edge is a slick and surprising show where the search for the truth provokes a mind-bending journey through the world of dreams, imagination and 'real life'. With its sharp wit, quick pace and a heavy dose of noir style; from the classic to the neo, A View from the Edge also takes influence from cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch. A View from the Edge is a highly original show that will not only delight and intrigue you but will keep you guessing 'til the end. Pay attention now. It's about to get weird...

A View from the Edge is 'Owdyado Theatre's fourth show and will be touring across the country throughout 2017.


Wed 8th March 2017 at 19:00   £20.00 | £15.00

A wonderful celebration of International Women's Day. Music by women, for women, about women. Wine from women producers supplied by local wine merchants When in Rome and Cirencester Majestic. Beer from Cirencester's very own woman brewer - Lucy from Corinium Ales...and food of course.

Patsy Gamble, the world class saxophonist, Alison Hustwitt the tremendous local singer/songwriter and Operasops the less-than-serious operatic duo will be there - and there's dance from Ann Blagden and her troupe with energising and uplifting Bollywood and Egyptian belly dancing...as well as the one and only female Morris troupe...

Stalls, displays and tables for authors, companies, charities and associations relevant to women. A wonderful array of music and dance from local women (and a few men too). Mass singing of Bread and Roses by local choirs from an arrangement by Caroline Price. ...and your attendance will directly support the work of the MS Society. Three times more women than men are affected by Multiple Sclerosis. Your ticket includes a contribution to the stunning work the MS Society MS Society - a community of people living with MS, scientists, campaigners, volunteers and fundraisers. Together, they help each other and anyone affected by MS live positively with MS today, and face the future with more confidence.


Sat 25th March 2017 at 11:00   £8.00 | £5.00
Sat 25th March 2017 at 15:00   £8.00 | £5.00
Sat 25th March 2017 at 19:00   £8.00 | £5.00

Stagecoach return to the Sundial Theatre for 2017 with their adaptation of Peter Pan.


Sat 1st April 2017 at 19:00   £10.00 | £8.00

An ensemble at the peak of its form, the internationally acclaimed Cwmbach Male Choir visits the Sundial for the very first time, to showcase its beautiful sound, thrilling technique and exhilarating close harmony talents. Formed in 1921 and hailing from the famous Welsh valleys, it has performed to great acclaim at the most prestigious venues in the U.K., has toured extensively world-wide, and appeared with world renowned artists and orchestras. With a diverse musical repertoire, come and enjoy a superbly crafted and entertaining concert that will send chills up the spine! The choir will be supported by the talented children of Cirencester Primary School!


Wed 5th April 2017 at 20:00   £21.00

Derek Ryan has become one of Ireland's leading entertainers and makes a welcome visit to Cirencester in April for a performance of chart hits along with a sprinkling of country classics. His theatre shows contain much of the music featured on his studio albums including many of his own self-penned songs, 'God's Plan', 'Life Is A River' and 'Hold on to your Hat'. Derek's most recent album, "One Good Night" topped the Irish charts. His rise to stardom on the country scene has been phenomenal and there are few country stars who can claim to have made such an impact in just over two years. Derek has been credited as one of the people instrumental in reinvigorated Irish Country Music by opening it to a new young audience. His concert tour has sold out in venues across the country and earlier this year, he took home not one, but two awards from the huge ceremony, held by Ireland's biggest selling newspaper, The Sunday World. Derek was awarded with "Entertainer of the Year" and "Album of the Year' for his number one album, 'The Simple Things'.More information on Derek Ryan is available from derekryanmusic.com.


Tue 25th April 2017 at 19:00   £4.00

Performed by Cirencester College Performing Arts students


Sat 29th April 2017 at 19:30   £14.00 | £11.00

Critically acclaimed by the Daily Telegraph as "the classical world's best known guitar duo", Peter and Zoltan Katona effortlessly transfer from strictly classical, into more popular musical genres. They have given recitals in the major concert venues throughout the world including performances at the Carnegie Hall, the Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Suntory Hall in Tokyo,and the Philharmonie in Cologne.

In 2009, as the soloists of the "Night of the Proms" they performed live to half a million people in arenas across Europe. The twins have won over ten international prizes at major competitions in New York, London, Germany, France and Hungary. They were resident Artists of San Francisco Performances from 2007 - 2011. The wide repertoire of the duo spans from Bach, Piazzolla's tango music to their own arrangements of pop classics. Their programmes also include concertos for two guitars and orchestra by Rodrigo, Vivaldi, Piazzolla and Tedesco. Several contemporary composers have written for and dedicated works to the Katona Twins.


Sat 6th May 2017 at 20:00   £14.00

Jeremy Hardy is in his 4th decade as a stand-up this year. That's a more dramatic way of saying he started 33 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 33 years to go. In 2014, the tenth series of Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation was broadcast on Radio 4. He is also well known for his appearances on The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Indeed, Alan Bennett recently said he likes him "but he's only on the radio".

However, Jeremy isn't only on the radio, his television credits include: Jack Dee's Election Helpdesk (BBC2), QI (BBC1), Mock The Week (BBC2), Grumpy Old Men (BBC1), Back In The Day (BBC2), Not Tonight With John Sergeant (BBC2).

He is also on the road all year round and has never stopped doing live shows since 1984. After briefly hibernating in the winter, he's back out on the road in 2017. 14+ (Parental Guidance) Likely to be swearing and adult content

"In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material."


"hugely enjoyable"



Wed 14th June 2017 at 13:00   £9.00 | £6.00
Wed 14th June 2017 at 19:30   £9.00 | £6.00
Thu 15th June 2017 at 13:00   £9.00 | £6.00
Thu 15th June 2017 at 19:30   £9.00 | £6.00

Performed by Cirencester College Performing Arts students.

More information coming soon.


Thu 27th July 2017 at 19:30   £19.50

A memorable evening of hysterical nonsense, as we take a peek into the circus lurking deep within the mind of, probably the greatest, comic storyteller ever to grace the stage.

Jethro beguiles and befuddles his audience with the endless stream of irreverent twaddle that has created a comedy genius.

Over 4 million DVD sales pay testament to the legion of fans who have followed Jethro faithfully throughout his career. Now, with stories old and new we present, live on stage

© Sundial Theatre 2017