The Stroud Shakespeare Festival now in it's second year, is an open-air theatre festival for Stroud and South Gloucestershire, set in the beautiful surroundings of the Museum in the Park just outside the town centre.

Over the course of 4 days, the festival will present a diverse programme of theatrical events to suit theatre goers of all ages, including headline theatre performances, workshops, live music and opportunities for all to get involved in the theatre of the great William Shakespeare. The full programme will be released in April 2019.

This year, we are happy to announce we are on the creative and admin team for Stroud Shakespeare Festival, helping to plan and run the festival. We are also performing in multiple events and shows!

To find out more about the festival, check out the website here

StormCloud Arts & Theatre Present

Much Ado About Nothing

Friday 6pm, Saturday 4pm, Sunday 3pm

The Lawn Stage - Tickets £5/£7

After a successful run of their award winning ‘Midsummer Weekender’ at the festival last year, StormCloud Arts & Theatre are back! This year, they are bringing an abridged modern language adaptation of Shakespeare’s beloved ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, set in the 1940s. This production involves live music, large dance numbers, and a lot of quick witted comedy! Click the link below for more information and how to buy tickets. 

Stroud Shakespeare Festival Presents

The Tempest

Thursday 7pm, Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 8pm, Sunday 12.30pm & 7pm

The Lawn Stage - Tickets £8/£10

This year, Stroud Shakespeare Festival's in-house show will be 'The Tempest'! Told by a rag-tag crew of fishermen, this show is a delight for all the family. StormCloud Arts & Theatre's resident musicians The Britons will be creating and performing the music for this show. 

StormCloud Arts & Theatre Present

The Britons

Thursday 5pm-5.30pm, Friday 12pm-1pm & 3pm-4pm

The Courtyard - Free

StormCloud resident musical duo The Britons are happy to announce they will be performing at the festival this year! They will be busking the paths of the festival, performing a multitude of folk songs, originals, and covers to please your ears. Performances are free for your enjoyment, and a hat will be placed in true busking tradition. 


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