Tetbury Goods Shed has announced plans to re-open on May 20.

Covid safety measures will be in place and numbers will be limited when it first re-opens - but that hasn't stopped the Goods Shed from scheduling a varied programme of events.

Theatre features strong in May and June with Gerard Logan in "Wilde without the Boy" on May 21, a dramatisation of Oscar Wilde's letter his lover from Reading Gaol.

On June 5, The Festival Players are putting on Henry V - Shakespeare's most popular history play.

The Tetbury U3A play reading group is presenting "The Black Pit", their own play, written during lockdown, about the black death and some striking similarities to today on June 20.

And on June 26, soprano Carolyn Sampson and pianist Joseph Middleton will bring the programme of Schubert Leider.

Tetbury Goods Shed will also have a full programme of cinema events on Thursdays with both matinees and evening performances - and Fiona James will be talking about the Dutch artist Vermeer on May 26.

All tickets to be booked online in advance.

For further details and to book tickets, visit www.shed-arts.co.uk.