Liverpool fans are set for the ultimate evening of Anfield legends - your chance to see John Barnes, Jan Molby and Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock on stage together.
Gloucester Races and Country Fair, in association with MS Amlin, promises to be a fun-filled sporting event for the whole family this Mother's Day.
This coming Saturday, Sandford Parks Lido opens its gates for its 85th season and in keeping with tradition, entry will be 2 pence all day.
He's blind. He's a dad. He's a husband. That's just the half of it.
One of England’s best polo players, Luke Tomlinson, is encouraging people to attend a special charity polo day in the Cotswolds this summer.
Struggling to keep yourself entertained at the weekends? Check out our top pick of things going on in and around the county to keep you busy.
Fresh Air Sculpture is a contemporary sculpture show taking place in the extensive gardens of Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, from June 16 to July 7.
Ana Silvera’s folk and bluegrass tinged tunes are lyrical, intimate and emotive, works of ‘lavish, vivid imagination’ (Metro).
Join over 2,000 cyclists and sign up to Cotswolds Bike Ride on Sunday, May 12, to help fund the British Heart Foundation's (BHF) life-saving heart research.
What better early Mother's Day treat than a trip to the ballet in Cheltenham?
Young people and their families can look forward to taking part in a host of fun activities at Cheltenham Science Group during the Easter holidays.
The Feast of Fiddles bandwaggon trundles merrily on in its silver jubilee year.
Chapel Arts in Cheltenham is excited to welcome wonderful vocalist Hannah Davey for a performance this Wednesday evening.
Discover more about Cirencester's past with a talk and tour of the historic town, organised by the Corinium Museum, on April 3.
In need of a wind down after an adrenaline-filled week of racing?
Bike Fest returns to the Cotswolds on June 15 and 16 - bigger and better than ever.
A former star of the popular 1990s TV show Gladiators will be coming to the Cotswolds later this month to share his Christian faith with young people.
A quiet corner of the Cotswolds will be rocking tonight (Friday) when a band with a real country influence introduces its new line-up.
GypsyFingers, a progressive folk-rock band from various parts of the UK, are playing at The Prince Albert in Stroud this Sunday, March 17.
Visitors to The Wilson, Cheltenham’s Art Gallery & Museum, will have the first glimpse of a major retrospective of popular music marketing from the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London.
Vamos Theatre, the UK's leading full mask theatre company, brings A Brave Face, a play exploring Post Traumatic Stress, to Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre.
Gloucester Cathedral Choir has a famous musical tradition dating back almost 500 years and now there is the opportunity to be part of that tradition as a Girl Chorister.
The Dean Forest Railway, a not-for-profit, volunteer-led organisation, is appealing for more volunteers to join in helping all aspects of the railway.
Bart and Ger formed My Tin Monkey to play bawdy pub music in small corners of pokey little pubs throughout the land.
Visitors to this summer’s Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford in the Cotswolds are being promised a truly ‘out of this world experience’.
Tewkesbury Arts and Drama Society have always aimed high with their productions. Now they go further than ever before, with Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters, adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs.
Here's our top pick of things to do in and around the county this weekend.
The directors of the Stroud Book Festival are delighted to announce that this year’s festival will be headlined by Ian McEwan.
'Hormonal Housewives' is a witty, topical, rude and extremely funny three-hander that starts a mammoth 2019 UK tour later this month.
A charity wellbeing and fitness festival in aid of the Gloucestershire-based Longfield Hospice is being held in Cheltenham later this month.
Stroud Film Festival 2019 will run at 11 independent venues across the town and beyond, from Saturday, March 9, to Sunday, March 24.
Some very welcome warm February days have reminded us that spring is on the way and the gardening year is getting into full swing.
Cara Dillon occupies an enviable position at the very top of her genre.
An intimate charity performance of Puccini's beloved masterpiece Madama Butterfly takes place this month at the Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham.
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum is playing host to the 'Celebrating Our Oaks' photography exhibition during March.
England footballing legend Sir Geoff Hurst comes to Cheltenham Town Hall on Thursday, March 14.
Keepers at Birdland Park and Gardens are looking after a flock of new arrivals.
Spring is upon us and there’s lots to do in and around the county this weekend to keep you entertained.
Barn on the Farm has announced three headliners and the first wave of artists for its 10th anniversary this July.
Sudeley Castle is preparing to re-open its doors to the public for its busiest and most ambitious season yet.
Some of the UK's finest comedy talent will be appearing at a charity Comedy Night this evening in Gloucester.
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