|executive single:||from £59.00|
|standard double/twin room (two people):||from £74.00|
|family room (sleeps four persons)||from £114.00|
During April 2014, The Theatre Chipping Norton features The Pajama Game, Peatbog Faeries, Emily: The Making of a Militant Suffragette, Matt Richardson: Hometown Hero Tour, Comedy Club 4 Kids, Turn Back The Clock: A Tribute to Joyce Grenfell, Byron Bertram: Cotswold Comedy Club, Dogs Don’t Do Ballet, Flamenco Live, The Reduced Shakespeare Company Present The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged), Introducing Ruby Redfort – Lauren Child, An Invisible Women, Reading and the Reader, John Lloyd: Life of QI, Poetry: An Evening with a New Generation, Alan Johnson: This Boy, Jonathan Aitken: Power & Personality, Crime Writing: Fact or Fiction?, Tim Harford: The Undercover Economist Strikes Back, Spies of World War Two, Austentatious: An Improvised Novel, Flash Fiction for Adults, Introducing Stink Bomb & Ketchup Face, A Very Short Introduction To Contemporary Fiction, Wake – The Forgotten Soldier, Minute by Minute – The Shooting of JFK, Holy Sh*t – A Brief History of Swearing, Flash Fiction for Children, Abracadabra! Illustrator Extraordinaire –Korky Paul, A Kind of Promise – Penny Vincenzi, A Very Short Introduction to Italian Literature, Creating Suspense, How to Publish Non – Fiction, Geek Girl – Holly Smale, Haunting Tales of Kate Mosse, Poetry into Prose, An Introduction into Illustrating for Children’s Books, A Very Short Introduction into Psychiatry, Shoot, Shag, Marry, Create A Picture Book, The Fairytale Hairdresser,Children’s Poetry Competition Awards, So You Want to Write Mills & Boon?, The Grand Chippy Literary Quiz, Poetry: Age of Absinthe, Nicci French: One Writer, Two Minds, Beast Quest, Joanna Trollope & Emma Bridgewater: Balancing Act, A Very Short Introduction to the Animal Kingdom, The Art of Revision, Does Opinion Matter?, French Revolutions – Cycling The Tour de France, Pimp My Package, A Very Short Introduction to Food, Why is Feminism Need?, A Life in Cooking – Claudia Roden, Why Can’t My Garden Look Like That?, Wannabe A Writer – Pitch The Agent, Draw with Lydia Monks, How to Write Short Stories, Book Club with the Author, A Very Short Introduction to Comedy, In Conversation with India Knight & Gill Hornby,Cotswold Wildlife Park: Meet The Keepers & Their Animals, A Very Short Introduction to Geopolitics and War Corresponents.
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