BarnFest is returning to Cirencester this summer

Cirencester’s Barn Theatre is bringing BarnFest back this August 2021, with a line-up of comedy, music and magic, including Tweedy the Clown’s new solo show.

Theatre-fans in the Cotswolds can enjoy a summer of outdoor performances as Cirencester’s Barn Theatre brings BarnFest back this August 2021.

Taking place from Tuesday 10 to Sunday 29 August 2021 at the Pavillion next to the Barn Theatre, the event promises an impressive line-up of shows, including a new solo show from Tweedy the Clown.

Highlights from the line-up include Spontaneous Potter Kids: The Unofficial Improvised Parody and Spontaneous Sherlock; Britain’s Got Talent star Jai McDowall performing his solo show; magician Tom Brace’s new show Tom Brace: Embrace the Impossible!; The Big Movie Magic Sing-A-Long with David Ribi from Channel 5’s Milkshake!; and Gloucestershire’s favourite clown taking to the stage with his show Tweedy: Al Fresco!

There will also be theatre on the lawn of the Manor House at Notgrove in association with Scoot Theatre, including performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Comedy of Errors on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 August 2021.

Tickets for performances at the Pavillion cost £15 for adults and £8.50 for children under 16-years-old, while tickets for the Notgrove performances cost £35 for a family ticket, with picnic hampers also available to pre-order.

For more information, call the Barn Theatre box office on (01285) 648255.


By Chloe Gorman


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Thursday 15 July 2021

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