Court Barn, a museum of craft and design in Chipping Campden, has received a grant of £37,380 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the museum recover and reopen.
WWT Slimbridge recently welcomed Birdgirl, Dr Mya- Rose Craig for a special recording of her podcast ‘Get Birding’.
The Big Feastival has today announced brand-new additions to its incredible line-up of music, food and family entertainment, as the Cotswolds’ festival returns bigger than ever for its 10th anniversary this summer.
Music has been at the heart of Gloucester Cathedral for centuries. Music is for everyone and the Cathedral wants to ensure it can thrive through the Music Patron Scheme.
A classic open-air swashbuckling tale is being held at the "Cathedral of the Forest" to bring audiences some much-needed joy this summer.
The Dean Forest Railway (DFR) re-opens for business on Saturday, April 17, thanks to the relaxation of rules around Covid-19 with the government’s ‘roadmap’ guidance.
Gloucester City Council has announced the make-up of the panel which will help shape the future of the city's tourism promotion.
Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire has taken the 'difficult decision' to close to all visitors until further notice.
The National Trust has 'sadly' taken the decision to close its parks and gardens, in addition to its houses, shops and cafés, to help restrict the spread of coronavirus.
Sir Michael Morpurgo, the internationally bestselling author of War Horse and Private Peaceful, has issued a letter to supporters of the Barn Theatre in Cirencester, pleading for support as the theatre launches its Save Our Barn campaign.
Sandford Parks Lido in Cheltenham has 'with great sadness' announced that it is to delay this season's opening due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Stroud Subscription Rooms has announced that it is closing until at least April 30 and is cancelling or postponing all events at The Sub Rooms.
The Royal International Air Tattoo, due to take place at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire this summer, has been cancelled.
The Cotswold Farm Park is set to close its gates tomorrow afternoon (Friday) for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus.
Sudeley Castle and Gardens has closed until further notice in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 4th Polish Heritage Day in Gloucester, planned for May 11, has been postponed due to coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to the cancellation or postponement of a number of popular festivals across Gloucestershire.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) has suspended its steam and heritage diesel train services with immediate effect, over its 14-mile line between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway.
The star of the 2019 show, Lil Rice, and acclaimed director Cal McCrystal, together with long-time Giffords Circus’ musical director James Keay and rising star set and costume designer takis, are set to take circus co-founder and producer Nell Gifford’s extraordinary vision forwards this year with a brand-new show.
Berkeley Castle are very excited to be unveiling their newly-renovated Education Room in time for re-opening to visitors on Sunday, March 29.
A classic Built by Barn performance of a show within a show.
Direct from the West End, 'Seven Drunken Nights' brings to life the music of Ireland's favourite sons The Dubliners.
The long-established English harmony beat group The Fortunes are set to perform at Cheltenham Town Hall on March 24, supported by local group Rockology, in aid of the Mayor’s charities, Cruse Bereavement Care and St Margaret’s Hall.
Stroud Choral Society, conducted for the last time by their renowned musical director Huw Williams, with four internationally recognised soloists and the Bristol Ensemble orchestra, will perform Bach Mass in B Minor on Saturday (March 14).
Cheltenham Music Festival has announced 10 days of creative programming for its 76th Festival in July, as innovator and composer Jules Buckley joins as guest curator.
Hilarious mishaps and DIY disasters are bringing the house down, quite literally as Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em arrives in Cheltenham with Joe Pasquale as the loveable, accident-prone Frank Spencer next week.
After a long and wet winter, the first signs that spring is on the way are starting to be spotted at Forestry England’s Westonbirt, The National Arboretum.
Local bands the Stroud Ukulele Orchestra (UkeStroud) and The Whiteshillbillies are joining forces for what promises to be a truly great evening.
The Rolling Stones have dominated Rock ’n’ Roll music since the 1960s and were at the forefront of the British Invasion of bands that conquered the US in 1964.
Cotswold Peculiars will be presented at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester by collections assistant Dr Caroline Morris on Wednesday, March 18, at 2.30pm.
Cheltenham-based Wychwood Festival have make their second line-up announcement, with Embrace and The Lightning Seeds added to the bill with even more to come!
SoliDeisten - a sextet of Dresden soloists - are performing an informal free lunchtime concert in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral tomorrow (Friday).
As part of the Bremner at the Barn season, the UK’s best loved impressionist and comedian, returns to Cirencester with his Rory’s Easter Bunny Special on Sunday, March 15.
Colour-ways: Lights Works by Liz West brings colour to The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum in a new and exciting way.
The sixth Stroud Film Festival is underway with events running at 12 independent venues across the town and beyond.
Gloucestershire Police Male Voice Choir is celebrating its Golden Jubilee by putting on four special charity concerts this year in what it is calling the 'Four Seasons' Concert Series.
ABBA lovers are in for a great evening of song and dance this coming weekend, all in aid of a Gloucestershire-based charity.
The Phoenix Festival is excited to announce that Robbie Glenn, the UKs best Bruno Mars Tribute Act, is to top the line-up as special guests on Saturday, August 29. So get ready for some “Uptown Funk”!
Fancy a day out at one of the biggest days in sport?
Mitcheldean Festival looks set to be another fabulous event this summer with huge interest already from those looking to take part.
From the roar of the crowd, to the thrill of the action, The Jockey Club opens its doors for four of the biggest days in sport as over 260,000 people flock through the gates when Jump racing’s top protagonists take to their greatest stage from March 10-13, at The Festival™ presented by Magners.
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