COVID - 19
Due to the pandemic we are endeavouring to find new ways to organise this years theatre festival.
All performances will take place with the most recent health and safety advice for audiences.
To see the policies we are adopting please click here
For information on the Covid Good To Go scheme then please click here.
Please note that times and venues may change
Please note because of Covid restrictions we cannot sell tickets on the door.
Online booking for events will close 1 hour before each performance.
Performances and companies
Absolutely NOT The New Normal - pd Productions
And So,Now You're Dead.... - Foulisfair Theatre
Apocalypse Kernow - OMF Theatre
Back Door Parole - Journeymen Theatre
Beowulf Needs You - Anthony Haddon
Courtship - Stroud Theatre Company
Isolated But Open - Cotswold Players
Journey Into Space - Knapsack Productions
Messages From the Gods - Dramestics Theatre
Natural Verbosity - Chloe of Midnight Storytellers
Normal - Downpour Theatre
On Air! - Curious Move and Red Dog Theatre
Railway Trips and Railway Time, Railway Lines and Railway Rhyme - Stuart Butler,
Andrew Budd and Jonny Fluffypunk
The End of the Pier Show - Jonny Fluffypunk
The Indomitable Rise of Dmitri Kominski - Spaniel in the Works
The Spirit of Woodstock - Something Underground
The Trials of Harvey Matusow - Monkeydog Productions
What Myra Did - LouDeemy Productions
Whose Shoes - Knapsack Productions
For details of all the shows that are on click on the Performances page where you can also book tickets online.
Please note due to Covid you won't be issued with a ticket
but your name will be added to a list for the particular performance you book for.
If you want to book Stroudie Specials (6 shows for the price of 5) you can do this online. Simply book 5 shows and get the 6th show for free.
The festival relies on a small amount of each ticket to help pay for some of our venues.
This year we have been fortunate enough to be supported by an Arts Council England grant but this is very much to help cover the additional costs raised by the Covid pandemic.
So the more shows you see the more we can keep Stroud Theatre Festival running in the next few years.