If your stuck at home bored this weekend, take a look at our top pick of things to do in and around the county.
Lee Hurst, star of BBC1's They Think Its All Over, is back on the road with his brand new show 'Mucking About'.
Following his success during this year’s Gloucester History Festival, historian and author Adrian Barlow will repeat his sell-out illustrated talk about Victorian stained glass artist and designer, Charles Eamer Kempe.
For parents looking for a forward-thinking, pupil-centred, inspirational education for their child - a visit to a King's open day is a must.
All 128 artist designed hares from this years hugely successful Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail are now available via an special online auction, in aid of two vital local projects managed by Cotswolds AONB.
The infamous dog swim returns to Sandford Parks Lido for its third year - and this year, it’s bigger than ever, with two days solely dedicated to our canine friends.
A university lecturer and author is touring Gloucestershire in October to talk about his enticing new novel.
An Evening of Eric & Ern is a brilliant homage to Morecambe and Wise crammed full of renditions of those famous comedy sketches, that hits all the right notes!
Families are bubbling over with excitement as a hugely popular fundraising event returns to Cirencester this autumn.
The Vienna Festival Ballet takes high quality productions of classical ballet to audiences around the world, and are performing at the Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham, on October 4.
Members of the emergency services are being offered half-price travel on the Dean Forest Railway over the weekend of September 29-30.
Whether you’re already busy or have nothing planned for the weekend ahead, check out our top pick of events and experiences to add to your list.
Staff at Batsford Arboretum are gearing up for outstanding autumn colour at the 56 acre arboretum near Moreton-in-Marsh, thanks to the extreme weather.
Giffords Circus is excited to be hosting a very special art exhibition and sale at Fennells Farm on the last weekend of its 2018 tour, from September 27-30.
Eastnor Castle is staging two magical autumn events for children and adults alike this September.
Gloucestershire Music’s weekly music groups and centres will be opening their doors from October 1-6 to anyone who’s interested in seeing what they do, or perhaps joining one of the groups or music centres.
This autumn the staff and volunteers who look after Painswick’s historic Rococo Garden are planning to plant over 25,000 spring-flowering bulbs.
The directors of Stroud Book Festival are delighted to announce events with Prue Leith and Oz Clarke on the afternoon of November 11, providing a fabulous foodie finale to the 2018 Festival.
Malvern Autumn Show is back for a bountiful weekend bursting with harvest fun, horticultural know-how and family entertainment on September 29-30.
Is it too soon to mention Christmas? Oh no it isn't!
There are more than 80 free events for all ages to enjoy at The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival next month.
Cheltenham Comedy Festival is set to finish in fine style yet again with a mixed bill of some of the finest, funniest and delightfully excellent comedians around.
Gabe Cook - The 'Ciderologist' - is donating his time and services for a charity event in aid of National Star.
Struggling to find a method of entertaining the family this weekend? Here’s our top pick.
The 6th Stroud Theatre Festival gets underway today (Friday, September 14) and promises to be the biggest yet.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are performing at Cheltenham Town Hall on Friday, September 21, as the opener to the Cheltenham Concert Series.
This Sunday (September 16), the Midlands Air Ambulance airbase open day takes place from 10am – 4pm.
Cheltenham Operatic & Dramatic Society (CODS) is delighted to bring RENT – The Musical to the Cheltenham Playhouse this autumn.
The Oxford Chelt Wine School is offering a course in Cheltenham that will build your wine knowledge and help you choose wine with more confidence.
Ten years ago, YolanDa Brown was studying a PhD in Management Science when a career in music came calling.
PegasusLife will be opening up John Dower House for the general public to visit as part of Cheltenham Heritage Open Days 2018.
To encourage children to explore Westonbirt Arboretum after school, Forestry Commission England has joined in partnership with Roald Dahl Story Company to create the most marvellous “forest adventure kit”.
Are you one of the top 100 best young singers in Gloucestershire? The Gloucestershire Youth Choir needs you to help remember and commemorate the end of the First World War.
Simon Armitage is an award-winning poet who also writes extensively for theatre, television and radio.
Organisers of the 33rd Frampton Country Fair are promising another bumper show.
The Three Degrees Live offers a breathtaking show full of dazzling gowns, outstanding vocals, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the legends of the industry in action, at the Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham.
Are you in Gloucestershire this weekend and looking for something fun to do? We have selected five events happening this weekend which might appeal to you.
Northleach Steamshow is a traditional country steam show that originally started as a steam rally in the 1950s.
Visitors to Taurus Crafts Antiques & Vintage Fair on Sunday, September 23, can enjoy a nostalgic trip that will help them feel closer to their past.
Gloucester Cathedral is delighted to be hosting a very special centenary performance of Holst's much-loved Planets Suite, in the composer's own county Cathedral.
Alzheimer's Society Gloucestershire Art Group is currently holding an exhibition to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
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