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A feast of food and drink at the railway

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway's second Food and Drink Fayre is set to whet appetites this weekend at Toddington station (GL54 5DT).

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Kids in store for magical holiday fun

Children are in store for a magic time at a play venue in Cirencester during the half-term break.

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Make a panto during the holidays

It's (almost) the season for pantomime! So why not join in a panto-making project during the half-term holiday?

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Hunt for witches and pumpkins in enchanted woods

Puzzlewood, the unique and enchanting place located in the beautiful Forest of Dean, is holding a Halloween Hunt for families during the half-term holiday.

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Folk rockers with classic line-up

Legendary 70s folk-rock pioneers Lindisfarne are in Stroud this weekend for a hotly anticipated gig.

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Castle set for a batty week of fun

A Gloucestershire castle is preparing to go batty to celebrate Halloween with a week of themed activities for all the family.

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Chance to hear voice of The Stranglers perform solo

Hugh Cornwell, one of the UK's finest songwriter talents and most accomplished live performers takes the stage at Gloucester Guildhall on Wednesday, October 25.

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Magic hats, drunken fairies and mythical beasts

There's heaps of magical fun going on at the Museum in the Park in Stroud over the half-term holidays.

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New comic acts will have you in stitches

Following sold-out shows, Gigglebox returns to Gloucester Guildhall on Friday (October 20) with three new acts and loads more laughs.

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Award-winning jazz pianist in Tetbury

Tetbury Goods Shed welcomes the acclaimed composer and pianist David Newton with his Quartet on Friday, October 20.

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Rock legend and actress Toyah on the road to Stow

From punk princess to high priestess of TV, Toyah Willcox is a uniquely gifted performer.

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Avian myths and legends add to half-term fun

Visitors to Birdland Park & Gardens during the October half-term holidays will be able to let their imagination fly away with them.

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Shining light of the acoustic scene

Alex Taylor is a UK-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumental loop pedal artist.

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The Hoosiers experiencing joy of the early days

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of The Hoosiers' UK No. 1 debut album The Trick To Life and to celebrate, the band has organised a full UK tour, landing at The Subscription Rooms in Stroud for a live show on October 19.

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Comic Gary has endless flow of gags

There's Something About Gary Delaney...and that something is, he likes to write jokes. An awful lot of them.

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Pumpkin fun and 'Freaky Friday' at farm park

There will be cauldrons of spooky fun to be had at Cotswold Farm Park's Halloween Land area, which opens on Saturday (October 14).

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Hunt for a golden apple at the Rococo Garden

The team at Painswick Rococo Garden are celebrating all things autumn with a Family Festival at the historic site.

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Evening of Maasai tribal song and dance

Tetbury Goods Shed welcomes the Osiligi Troupe of Maasai Warriors as part of their UK tour for an unforgettable night of music, dance and culture.

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Celebrate a great night out in true cider-quaffing style!

The Wurzels are coming back to Stroud for what promises to be another sell-out show.

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Quick-witted comedian Kerry is a class act

Kerry Godliman is back on tour with her new show Stick or Twist.

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Improvised comedy show has unusual edge

Instant Wit, the quick-fire comedy improvisation show, is coming to Under the Edge Arts on Saturday (October 14).

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Cricket's odd couple are back by popular demand

Following their first run of hugely popular events, Geoffrey Boycott and Jonathan Agnew, the extraordinary odd couple, return by popular demand to enthrall, dazzle and entertain.

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The sound of the global village

After 24 years of mixing African and Celtic music in equal measures, Baka Beyond have become one of the finest danceable bands around, creating the sound of the global village.

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Strike A Light Festival returns to Gloucester

Following sell-out performances at the last festival in April, Strike A Light are back in full force with a feast of theatre, dance and performance for the city.

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International harpist to serenade Cotswold audience

Catherine White, an award-winning, highly talented, international harpist, will perform a recital at a Cotswold church next week.

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Get hands-on with art and science at Cheltenham Fun Palace

Cheltenham Library is transforming into a 'Fun Palace' this Saturday, October 7 - don't miss this fantastic free event!

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School's Autumn Fair set to benefit two Stroud charities

Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton has announced the two local charities set to benefit from its annual Autumn Fair which has raised more than £80,000 for charity in the last 13 years.

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Musical society's anniversary show to showcase favourite numbers

The Forest Musical Society are in final preparations for a very special 25th Anniversary Show from October 12-14.

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Award-winning choir and local talent on show

The award-winning Wessex Male Choir will be performing in St Lawrence Church, Lechlade, on Saturday, October 14.

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Legendary outfit still going strong

Starting out as the band behind Ian Dury, The Blockheads are a legendary outfit that has grown in stature from the early days of the Stiff tour in 1977, right up to the present day.

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Enjoy the sights and sounds of a bygone era

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) is once again holding a diesel running weekend using its magnificent fleet of heritage diesel locomotives dating back to the early 1960s.

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Daniel to bring Cathedral's majestic organ to life

Durham Cathedral's Daniel Cook, an internationally recognised organist, is to close the Gloucester Cathedral Evening Organ Recital Series 2017.

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10cc's Graham Gouldman brings Heart Full of Songs to Gloucester

Graham Gouldman, one of the world's leading songwriters, is performing with Heart Full of Songs at Gloucester Guildhall on Monday, October 9.

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Your chance to take the director's chair

Aspiring actors and directors have the chance to hone their skills at a special course at the Cheltenham Playhouse.

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'Peaceful Shelter' sculpture to be displayed at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral has partnered with the Bishop of Gloucester and the Nelson Trust to launch a powerful art exhibit and event for Prisons Week 2017.

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Dr Phil's mission to save the NHS

Phil Hammond - NHS doctor, BBC broadcaster, Private Eye journalist, activist and whistle-blowing comic - is coming to Stroud with two thoughtful and topical comedies rolled into one show.

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Show will be a cut above the rest

As the nights draw in and mists descend this autumn, Gloucestershire's oldest dramatic society brings you the dark tale of Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

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Powerful evening of music at the Guildhall

John Power, former member of The La's and frontman of Cast, comes to Gloucester Guildhall on Thursday, October 5, to perform his solo work.

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Children set for a day of fun in the woods

Youngsters are being offered the chance to take part in a day of bushcraft and den building at Robinswood Hill Country Park this Sunday (October 1).

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Thinking green takes centre stage at Cathedral celebration

Almost one year since Gloucester Cathedral installed solar panels on the Nave Roof, a celebration of nature and sustainability will take place on Sunday, October 1.

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Oktoberfest weekend at Cotswold pub

A popular Cotswold pub is preparing for a two-day Oktoberfest celebration this weekend.

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