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chipping-norton-theatre-manor-cottages-cotswolds.pngWe have some some real treats waiting for you if you want to take in a show while staying in a nearby Cotswolds holiday cottage.

The Theatre in Chipping Norton.

A good place to start would be The Theatre in Chipping Norton. This is much-loved in the immediate area and beyond. It certainly makes for a great place to go when you’re staying nearby. Known by some – rather affectionately – as the Chippy Theatre, it provides a wide variety of events. These include comedy, music evenings and shows.

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The Cotswold Playhouse in Stroud.

Elsewhere the Cotswold Playhouse can be found in Stroud. Head up to Parliament Street and see if you can get tickets for a current production. Examples of productions the Cotswold Players have been working on recently include Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Aspects of Love.

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The Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham.

Meanwhile if you are staying in a Cotswolds holiday cottage near Cheltenham, why not look out for the Bacon Theatre? This too offers a wide selection of performances, including musical events and stage shows. It’s a good place to see amateur productions that might just feature one or two famous names of the future.

The Longborough Opera House in Moreton-in-Marsh.

We also have The Longborough Opera House in Moreton-in-Marsh. Set in beautiful surroundings, you can take in such operatic productions as Xerxes and Le Nozze di Figaro.

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The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham.

Back in Cheltenham you can head for the Everyman Theatre. There’s a café and bar here, which provide the ideal places to go in between shows. You can book tickets for shows such as A Murder is Announced, La Traviata and Puttin’ on the Ritz. As you can see there is a real mix of delights to look forward to here.

Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury.

You might also want to check out the Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury, a medieval market town in the Cotswolds area. With a 370-seat auditorium, this is a small yet intimate theatre that puts on a variety of shows. These include live performances as well as cinema events and other youth theatre events.

As you can see, theatre-goers in the Cotswolds are offered plenty of options, whether you book in advance or seek tickets when you arrive on holiday, there’s a good chance you could take in a show during your time in the Cotswolds.