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A summer of sizzling events at the Sundial Theatre

The Sundial Theatre in Cirencester has an array of events going on this summer to entertain people of all ages.

'A Minor Excursion' is an immersive family fun theatre production based around the Great British Getaway. It will take you through all the fun of a family holiday without leaving your seats. You can join in the fun on Friday 30th July at 6pm.

Hilarious comedy from the Sundial Comedy Club is on Saturday 31st July at 8pm, featuring the wonderful Jack Gleadow, Alice Marshall, Erynn Tett and Aaron Twitchen. Jack Gleadow was 2018 Leicester Mercury Comedian of The Year and a Chortle's 2019 Best Newcomer nominee.

Alice Marshall won Best Comedy at Brighton Fringe Festival. Erynn Tett won Cherry Comedy Break out Act of the Year 2020. One comedy critic of Aaron Twitchen said: "Seriously talented. Hilarious, warm, energetic... the kind of new act that should have talent scouts excited and other comedians feeling nervous."

On the weekend of 20th August is 'An Evening with Martin Mucklow', star of Cirencester's own, BBC BAFTA award-winning show 'This Country'. This event includes swearing and adult content, so is not one for children. This event begins at 8pm.

Live music returns, after far too long, with the Fleetwood Mac Songbook on 7th August; an evening celebrating the music of legendary Fleetwood Mac.

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.sundial-theatre.co.uk/#booking.

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