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.
Stroud Museum in the Park is ready to help banish any summer holiday boredom blues with a big list of activities which are free-of-charge or cost just a few pounds.
In celebration of the 1918 Act which first gave some women the right to vote, Court Barn Museum in Chipping Campden is showcasing the work of three females associated with the Arts and Crafts movement.
Children are in for a summer holiday treat when The Makeshift Ensemble present 'The Children in The Moon' at the Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury.
If you're looking for something to do this weekend, check out these events.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood is returning to Cheltenham for 'part two' of an interview that started two years ago.
There's plenty fo fun to be had at a traditional village fete in the Cotswolds this Saturday afternoon (July 28).
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice has had its run at The Barn Theatre in Cirencester extended until Saturday, August 11.
The directors of Stroud Book Festival are delighted to announce the first authors set to appear at the 2018 festival.
Details of a fun-packed programme of events and activities for children and families to enjoy across Gloucestershire during the summer holidays have been released.
Visitors to Birdland can imagine they’re on an African safari in the heart of the Cotswolds this summer thanks to a major new feature.
There's always a good reason to visit the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway but visit between Friday and Sunday, July 27-29, and it will have become the 'Gloucestershire Warwickshire Diesel Railway'!
Excitement is building at Batsford Arboretum in Gloucestershire as a 25-year-old specimen of Emmenopterys henryi, a rare tree originating from China, is coming into flower for the first time at the Arboretum.
With the hot weather showing no signs of stopping, here is our top pick of things to do in the sun this weekend in and around the county.
The Stroud District Horticultural & Agricultural Show (the Stroud Show), which is steeped in local tradition, takes place this weekend
An open-air production of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost takes place this Sunday (July 22) at the Tuckwell Amphitheatre in Cheltenham.
A record crowd of 185,000 people enjoyed a feast of flying as the Royal International Air Tattoo staged international celebrations marking the Royal Air Force's Centenary at RAF Fairford.
Local author and illustrator Hannah Shaw has created another fabulous trail at Painswick Rococo Garden.
Taurus Crafts’ summer season of activities kicks off on July 25, beginning a daily programme bursting with creative, fun and hands-on sessions.
The Gloucestershire Youth Players are touring round some beautiful venues in the county and beyond with their new production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
Cosmic Ninja are an electronic rock/alternative rock female-fronted four-piece from Bristol.
Rhythm of the Dance is a spectacular two-hour dance and music celebration of Irish culture.
Since bursting onto the scene with their multi-award-winning compilation “The Stanton Sessions” back in 2001, the Stanton Warriors’ have consistently provided the soundtrack to some of the world’s biggest and best parties.
Professional Gloucester-based theatre company Rain or Shine are set to delight audiences once again this summer with their production of Shakespeare's merry war of words and wit - Much Ado About Nothing.
Corinium Museum in Cirencester is making some of its oldest and most stunning artefacts available for handling and drawing.
Football might not be so high on the agenda this weekend, but there's still a whole host of other things to do around the county this Saturday and Sunday.
Led Zeppelin fans are in for a real treat later this month with two nights of tribute music at the Tetbury Goods Shed.
Carnival Dursley Music Festival is back for its second year bigger and better with a three-day event taking place on the recreation field.
Drummer John Coghlan joined Francis Rossi and Alan Lancaster in their newly-formed band in 1962 and the group went through a series of names before meeting up with Rick Parfitt and becoming Status Quo in the late 60s.
Thank You for The Music is the international smash-hit tribute show bringing all of ABBA’s number one hits to the stage in a production like no other.
Moreton Show is is a real agricultural show, with more than 2,000 animals and 350 trade stands selling everything from a pair of Wellington boots to a top-of-the-range combine harvester.
Gloucestershire finds liaison officer Kurt Adams will tell the tale of two remarkable Roman hoards during an afternoon talk at Corinium Museum on Thursday, July 26.
For this year's Mitcheldean Festival the Poetry Recital to be held in the library on Saturday, July 21, has been completely re-invented and it promises to be something special!
Kim Cypher is one of the UK's most exciting female saxophonists, vocalists and composers.
This coming Saturday (July 14) between 12 and 2:30pm, "The Most Quintessential of Village Fetes" takes place in the Cotswolds.
More than just an ordinary Pink Floyd tribute band, The Darkside of Pink Floyd entertain audiences with a fantastic light show and passionate performances.
Not interested in watching England play this weekend? We’ve found a whole host of alternative things to do this weekend throughout the county.
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of Prescott Hill Climb, the Gloucestershire venue will celebrate the landmark occasion with a special reunion of former hill record holders.
This summer, Stroud Town and Five Valley’s Youth Forum is holding an under-18s music night; Now That’s What I Call Stroud!
Football fans visiting the Cotswold Show and Food Festival on Saturday afternoon need not worry about missing England's World Cup quarter-final.
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