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Tyndale Arts 2023

Tyndale Arts, 5th October – 8th October

Tyndale Arts is a testament to the spirit and talent of our local artists, who generously volunteer their time and expertise to bring this event to life. Over the past seven years, our event has grown from a simple idea into a thriving platform for affordable art, showcasing the incredible talent that resides in Cam, Dursley, and the surrounding areas. It is an entirely community-led event organised and run by local artists who volunteer their time and expertise.

This year, Tyndale Arts will take place from October 5th to October 8th, beginning on Thursday 5th with “Cut and Construct; the Craft of a Costume Maker”, a fascinating talk at Kingshill House by Lois Edmunds, part time costume making tutor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and a freelance costume maker.

This will be followed over the weekend of 7th and 8th October by exhibitions featuring a diverse range of artists in six shared venues throughout Dursley. We are proud to provide up to 45 artists, including several from Stinchcombe, with the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work, offering a unique and enriching experience for both artists and visitors.

More details of the talk, exhibitions and artists can be found at

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Tyndale Arts 2022

Tyndale Arts, 29th September – 2nd October

The sixth Tyndale Arts event takes place next week in Dursley. Tyndale Arts showcases the best, affordable work by artists and makers from the Dursley area. Including painters, sculptors, photographers and workers in textiles, ceramics, glass and much more.

The event starts with The Art of Making an Animated Film, a talk by Richard Edmunds, Art Director at Aardman. Richard will talk us through the art of creating much-loved characters like Wallace & Grommit and Shaun the Sheep and bringing much-loved stories to life. The talk takes place at Kingshill House at 7.30pm on Thursday 29th September – but the bar will be open from 7.00. Tickets are £8.00 each and available in advance from or

Over the weekend of 1st and 2nd October, 38 artists, including several from Stinchcombe, will be exhibiting their work in five venues in Dursley

  • Kingshill House,
  • Dursley Tabernacle,
  • Dursley Methodist Church,
  • The King’s Head
  • Leaf and Ground.

Entrance to all venues is free, most of them are within walking distance of each other and all are accessible.

Tyndale Arts is a non-profit event run by a group of local artists who generously donate their time and expertise. More information about the events and venues as well as artist profiles and examples of their work can be found at

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