A rare painting by a Gloucestershire puppeteer, artist and sculptor has gone on display at the Museum of Gloucester.
Strictly Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Vincent Simone have joined forces with their brand new production – The Ballroom Boys - coming to Cheltenham Town Hall on Saturday (October 19).
There's lots going on in and around the county to keep yourself, as well as your family and friends occupied this weekend.
The wait is almost over! The home of Jump Racing, Cheltenham Racecourse, kicks off the 2019/2020 season this month with its traditional Showcase fixture commencing procedures.
Gloucester Cathedral is thrilled to announce the arrival of Gloucestershire-born artist Luke Jerram’s ‘Museum of the Moon’ which will take up residence in the city from October 16 to November 4.
There's a chance to meet the 'genius siblings' behind the hit BBC comedy 'This Country' in Cirencester on Saturday (October 12).
This half-term, Wally, the world’s favourite children’s book character – wearing a red-and-white striped shirt and black-rimmed specs – will be travelling the country, appearing in museums, including a visit to Corinium Museum in Cirencester.
Chorley’s will be hosting a Charity Auction of Promises in aid of medical charity Cobalt at their Prinknash saleroom on Friday (October 11).
Matt Parker is a stand-up comedian and mathematician. He appears regularly on TV and online: as well as being a presenter on the Discovery Channel his YouTube videos have been viewed over 85 million times.
People across Gloucestershire are being called on to unite against dementia by signing up for Alzheimer’s Society’s Cheltenham Memory Walk, taking place at Pittville Park this Sunday, October 13.
The skies above Taurus Crafts are set to be awash with colour on Sunday (October 13) as giant sculptural kites take to the air at the annual Kite Day event.
Gloucester Cathedral is marking World Mental Health Day and World Homeless Day on Thursday (October 10) with dedicated events to raise awareness of contemporary social issues through creative performance and information sharing.
Autumn brings a blaze of colour to Batsford Arboretum and this year is expected to be particularly special thanks to an ideal mix of sunshine and showers during the spring and summer months.
Sudeley Castle's hugely popular Spectacle of Light returns for its fourth year this winter.
Cheltenham's first ever Taste Wine & Spirit Festival will offer you the chance to learn from the experts as well as sample hundreds of different wines and spirits.
We're into October and there is still plenty going on in and around Gloucestershire to keep you entertained this weekend.
Artworks by migrants from across three centuries have arrived at the Museum of Gloucester.
Mischief Theatre return to Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre with their riotous spin on a timeless classic, the West End smash hit Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
As part of The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen will be hosting a selling fair of exceptional contemporary crafts across all media by over 25 of its members.
A brewery in the Forest of Dean is gearing up for its first Oktoberfest this weekend.
Australian superstar Jason Donovan will be taking to the stage at Cheltenham Racecourse as part of a nationwide tour next year.
A new artist exhibiting at The Fosse Gallery in Stow-on-the-Wold is past president of The New English Art Club - Richard Pikesley.
Join John Robins at Cheltenham Town Hall for his new stand-up show 'Hot Shame' following the critically lauded, sell-out smash, ‘The Darkness Of Robins’.
The 2019 Holst Birthday Concert will be a joint event with the Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Timothy Carey.
Tickets for next summer's Royal International Air Tattoo have gone on sale, with special discounts available for a limited period.
On Saturday, November 2, Cheltenham College will be the location of the first Taste Wine & Spirit Festival.
The eighth Durlsey Walking Festival gets underway this week and this year organisers have some new ideas and activities as well as typical country walking to suit a range of abilities and interests.
Although the weather doesn’t look too great, there’s still plenty to do in the warm and dry this weekend throughout the county.
The Saint Cecilia Singers’ most loved pieces of music will be heard in a free concert ‘For the Joy of Singing’ at St Andrew's Church, Toddington, on Saturday, October 19, at 7pm.
Some of the hottest country music stars in the UK will be gracing the stages of several of Gloucester's venues at a special weekend event in October.
Excitement is mounting as the Tetbury Music Festival gets underway this coming weekend.
Stow Art Week is an exciting new event taking place in the historic market town from September 28 to October 6.
Literature is coming to town and there are more than 80 free events at The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival (October 4-13).
The BBC is carrying out its biggest ever talent search this weekend to find the next generation of radio stars.
An exhibition that tells the personal stories of people who settled in Cheltenham from Africa and those of the Windrush generation opens on Thursday (September 26) at Cheltenham Town Hall.
Five months since ownership of Stroud's iconic Subscription Rooms was passed from the District Council to Stroud Town Council and a trust was set-up to oversee the running of the building, trustees are optimistic about the historic venue’s future.
Today (Monday) marks the autumn equinox when the fall season officially begins, and experts at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum are predicting it will be a sensational year for autumn colour.
One of England's finest singer/songwriters and Gloucestershire's very own Johnny Coppin is reuniting with members of his own band to celebrate a new compilation album '30 Songs'.
Autumn is nearly upon us and the sun is still shining - so what better way to enjoy it than right here in Gloucestershire?
Organisers of Stroud Book Festival 2019 are delighted to announce that the box office for all events is now open!
Now the holidays are well and truly over (oh yes they are!) the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is urging people to snap up tickets for their annual family-friendly pantomime early to avoid disappointment.
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