With the Christmas season just around the corner, we’ve picked out our favourite events going on in and around the county to get you into the festive swing.
From December 3-9 National Lottery players can visit the Corinium Museum in Cirencester for free.
Wondering what to buy Aunt Jane for Christmas? Well, come along to Tetbury Christmas Craft Fayre at the Goods Shed and you might find just what you’re looking for!
Punchline are giving you a chance to win a family ticket (two adults and two children) to see this year's performance of The Hatter in Winterland at Cheltenham Playhouse Theatre.
Christmas shoppers are invited to take a break this weekend when a winter pavilion opens in King’s Square, Gloucester, on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December to show popular Christmas films and a variety of crowd-pleasing live music and comedy performances.
On Friday 7 and Saturday 8 December Gloucester Cathedral will be offering free Crypt and Tower Tours (plus a free goodie bag for the first 100 people) as part of The National Lottery’s #ThanksToYou campaign.
Cheltenham’s very own Noodle Productions has unveiled The Hatter in Winterland as its anticipated Christmas show for 2018, showing exclusively at Cheltenham Playhouse.
Back by popular demand to the Tetbury Goods Shed, Fretless4 feature a pianist, bassist and guitarist – all great soloists in their own right.
Final festive preparations are underway in Winchcombe as it gets ready to welcome residents, families and visitors to its Christmas Festival on Tuesday, December 4.
Widdiful Holdings are hosting their first Christmas Brocante Fair in Cheltenham this weekend.
Superstar Craig David and his full live band are set to perform at Jonny-Rocks Stadium, Cheltenham, on Friday, May 24.
Gloucestershire Music (County Music Service) is back with its final musical flurry for 2018.
Black Friday is known to be the start of a rather hectic weekend. Avoid the madness or unwind after a shopping spree with some fantastic events taking place this weekend in and around Gloucestershire.
The Rotary Club of Gloucester’s Tree of Light is set to be switched on tomorrow (Saturday) at 4.30pm following an afternoon of entertainment.
Adam Henson is perhaps the best-known farmer in the UK, presenting his own section on BBC TV’s Countryfile to around 7 million viewers every Sunday evening.
Nell Gifford, founder of Gifford’s Circus, will be Cirencester’s special guest this year to switch on the town's Christmas Lights.
There's plenty to celebrate the start of the festive season at the Museum in the Park's final open weekend of 2018.
Having sold more than seven million albums worldwide, Russell Watson is firmly established as the UK’s best-selling classical crossover artist of all time.
The Crown Players are performing an interesting murder mystery by Agatha Christie at the Kings Theatre in Gloucester next week.
Over 400 musicians will descend on Cheltenham on Sunday for a whole day of music making.
A special event is taking part in Bourton-on-the-Water this Sunday as two cricketing brothers take part in the Great Bourton Bake Off to raise funds for a charity in memory of their mother.
Jack Savoretti has announced a Gloucestershire woodland concert as part of Forest Live, the annual concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.
Get into the true spirit of Christmas with the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway's annual evening open air 'Christmas Carols by Steam Train' service.
Looking for something different to do this weekend? Punchline have chosen some of our favourite events going on in and around the county over the next few days.
There's plenty of festive fun to be had at Batsford Arboretum, near Moreton-in-Marsh, in the run-up to Christmas.
Fans of 1950s music are in for a treat next week when a rockabilly band makes a welcome return visit to The Hunters Inn at Longdon.
The village of Painswick has released further details about its annual Goodwill Evening, which takes place on Friday, November 30.
A special concert of remembrance is being held at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham next week.
Experience adventure, laughter, magic, fun and excitement with a trip to the panto this Christmas.
Gloucestershire Young Musician 2018 Lydia Kenny will be starring in Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra's concert on Sunday (November 18) at Pittville Pump Room.
A Gala Evening is being held at Tetbury Goods Shed on Saturday (November 17) to celebrate their new Steinway B piano.
Adventure, laughter, magic, fun and excitement. These are just a few words that describe a trip to The Roses’ pantomime, and this year’s tale Dick Whittington promises all this and plenty more.
Over the first three weekends in December, the onsite makers and creative businesses at Taurus Crafts will be joined by more than 30 independent traders to create the area’s largest Christmas market.
This adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Hound of the Baskervilles features a hardworking trio of versatile actors.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway’s Santa Specials are set to break records again as ticket sales gather pace with only a few weeks to go before the first ‘Santa Specials’ depart for the North Pole.
Steve Steinman, the creative force behind the hugely successful Vampires Rock, returns with this epic musical concert delivering the best of the best from Meat Loaf's record-breaking albums.
On top of the numerous Remembrance Day events taking place, Punchline have compiled a list of some of our favourite things going on in and around Gloucestershire this weekend.
A spectacular day of events is being lined up in Cirencester on Sunday to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Registration has now opened for the popular Boxing Day Challenge at Cheltenham Racecourse - now in its 10th year!
This Sunday, the nation will remember the end of the First World War.
Chapel Arts, one of Cheltenham's newest art and performance venues, is to host a brand new monthly series of Jazz concerts, featuring acclaimed Jazz artists from the UK and beyond.
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