A FAYRE will offer live music, a circus and a theatre.

The fayre, at King Stone Farm in Little Rollright near Shipston will offer fun for all the family.

On the day there will be live music, DJ's, circus, theatre, workshops, arts and playful revelry.

This years line up includes the danceable groove of Honeyfeet, as featured on BBC 6 music, long standing festival folk favourites Sheelanagig nd a live set from pioneer of electronica Matt Black.

Expect musical delights from Europe to the Middle East, South America to Africa and right back home to the UK country side.

Onsite at the Rollright Fayre will be four stages, a campsite, kids tent, activities, locally stocked bars, world cuisine food stalls, healing area, craft market, hot tub, workshops, dance, power ballad yoga, walk- about performers, circus skills and trapeze.

The King Stone Farm fayre takes place from Friday July 6 until Sunday July 8.

There will be a £10 discount on adult weekend tickets for readers of the Cotswold Journal. Anyone buying online, go to enter promotion code on the ticket page and enter code LOCAL to get the discount.

If buying tickets on the gatte mention the Cotswold Journal to get the same discount.

Kids under 12 go free all weekend and all on the gate sales are cash only.

For more information and tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-rollright-fayre-2018-tickets-41999873753?aff=efbeventtix