The Phoenix Festival showcases music, dance and family fun for its sixth consecutive year over the bank holiday weekend.
Three days of partying in Gloucestershire are just a day away with the seventh Witcombe Cider Festival.
Dog owners are being encouraged to take part in a Jog for Dogs event in Cheltenham on Sunday morning (August 26).
Dumbleton's hugely popular annual fete will take place once again on August Bank Holiday Monday at Dumbleton Cricket Club.
A family farm in Gloucestershire which has been welcoming families and schools since 1988 will be holding a special birthday party at the weekend.
Anita Harris, who has had a breathtaking career spanning over 50 years, is appearing in concert at the Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham on Thursday (August 23).
Calling any last minute thrill-seekers, foodies, festival-lovers and day-trippers!
The Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail promises the perfect day out for families across the region, without breaking the bank.
Lost as to what to do this weekend? Here is our top pick.
Pack a picnic and join in the fun this Sunday for another fabulous outdoor theatre show in the Secret Garden!
Now in its fourth year the Festival of Living History takes place in the city centre on Saturday August 25.
Explore the vivid and colourful journey through the paths of one of the Cotswolds biggest mazes.
Jump on board the Dean Forest Railway and enjoy a fun packed day with Thomas the Tank Engine.
Cheltenham-based charity, The Butterfly Garden is staging its annual Ukulele Festival this weekend.
Frocester Beer Festival is back this August bank holiday weekend with a wide variety of great beer, cider and wine, together with fantastic food and a diverse and high-quality range of live music over two days.
Come and enjoy Haydn’s masterpiece performed by the Hertfordshire based Gaudeamus Chorale in the perfect acoustic of Gloucester’s cathedral setting.
The Barn Academy, based at The Barn Theatre in Cirencester will bring their first amateur production to the stage at The Griffin Theatre in Rendcomb.
The Rotary Club of Tewkesbury stage their annual Classic Vehicle Festival at Tewkesbury School Playing Fields on Sunday, August 19.
If you feel like releasing your inner golfing ambitions or challenging yourself to a have more fun and creative golfing experience then Crazy Golf is for you.
Stuck for something to do this weekend? Here is our top pick!
Aquajardin Gloucester is offering visitors a free meet and greet with wildlife film maker and animal adventurer Nigel Marven tomorrow (Saturday, August 11).
Back by popular demand – Le Swing bring to Tetbury Goods Shed their unique blend of female jazz vocal, acoustic and electric guitars, double bass and occasional trumpet.
A fun family event is in store on Sunday at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's newly developed visitor centre at Greystones, Bourton-on-the-Water.
Come and have a go at fishing for free in the Cotswolds with one-to-one-tuition from friendly, qualified angling coaches.
After weeks of anticipation, a 25-year-old specimen of Emmenopterys henryi, a highly rare tree originating from China, has come into flower for the first time at Batsford Arboretum in Gloucestershire.
The Festival Players Theatre Company bring their touring production of Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale to Gloucestershire later this month.
Olympic gold medallist and British equestrian favourite, Gloucestershire’s Carl Hester will enjoy something of a homecoming when he lines up as one of the judges at next month's Moreton Show.
A star-studded line-up of horses and riders will face a host of fresh and exciting challenges at the new-look NAF Five Star Hartpury International Horse Trials, which starts tomorrow (Wednesday).
Emerging from the South Bronx in the early 1970s, Grandmaster Flash is arguably one of Hip Hop's original innovators.
Discover the secrets of Bourton-on-the-Water's bloody past at a Bloody Bourton Walking Tour.
There's a unique opportunity to spend a summer's evening in the glorious surroundings of Painswick’s historic Rococo Garden this weekend.
Following 60 sold-out shows last year, Jethro - “The Count of Cornwall” - is back again with his unique style of comedy.
Celebrate International Owl Day, listen to an orchestra in a beautiful, historic garden, take afternoon tea to celebrate RAF100, enjoy a fun filled family event or hear a heartwarming tale.
Birdland is celebrating International Owl Awareness Day on Saturday, August 4, with a host of owl-tastic activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Periodically, a pairing of two acts with their own (very) unique identities produces an electrifying musical force that is even greater than the impressive sum of its parts.
Hailed by many as one of Nashville’s best contemporary songwriters, Gretchen Peters’ intelligent and introspective songs have been covered by pop, country, blues and folk artists all over the world.
The third annual Ukulele Day is on Sunday 12th August, open from 12pm until 5.30pm with Free Entry and Free Parking.
BRIT Awards winning vocal trio Blake return with a special UK tour, celebrating 10 years together.
This is a great day out for avid collectors, casual browsers, and families looking for an alternative day outing.
Monkey and two Milkshake! presenters, this all singing, all dancing, musical masterpiece, will take audiences on a journey through the world's favourite fairy tales.
Join us for our afternoon tea event taking place at a charming 18th century town house to celebrate 100 years of the RAF.
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