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West End stars descend on Cirencester

Cirencester's Ingleside House welcomes two stars of the musical theatre world to its pavilion for two nights on Friday and Saturday (December 17 and 18).

American Heather Lundstedt Price, 35, an artist has headlined and sold out the famous Birdland Jazz Club in NYC and her husband, Stuart Matthew Price, 38, has toured the country in various shows including The Rocky Horror Picture Show as well as appear in Shrek: The Musical, Jesus Christ Superstar and has even sung 'Put on Your Sunday Clothes' at the Royal Albert Hall with the 96-piece strong John Wilson Orchestra, something that Stuart says is a career highlight.

The musical pair are a married couple and will be performing a show called Jingle Bell Rock, a festive celebration of songs and music that can be enjoyed with dinner at Cirencester's newest hotel - Ingleside.

"It's been a joy to see so many people enjoying themselves in our new venue whether that be to the incredible Frankie's Guys or the piano playing sensation Tom Seals," Stuart said. 

"To bring such intimacy and high-quality entertainment to this space (Ingleside) has been our priority. Add the delicious food to the equation and it's quite the night out.

When asked about their own show, Heather said: "We want the audience to feel all the best things about the holiday season. Warm, nostalgic, sentimental and joyful. We're so pleased to be sharing this music with the community and thrilled to have our incredible band along with us."

The show will take place in the grounds of Ingleside, in the newly equipped heated pavilion space behind Teatro's Firepit garden dining area. Ticket prices are from £45-£60 which includes a three-course dinner prepared by the highly rated team behind Teatro. A limited number of non-dining seats are available from £35.

Tickets are sold through the Barn Website: 

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