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.
The Rotary Club of Tewkesbury is gearing up once again to stage its annual Classic Vehicle Festival at Tewkesbury School Playing Fields.
Bafta-winning writer and actor Jessica Hynes will be taking the stage at the University of Gloucestershire to talk about her life and work on March 28.
2019 marks 50 years since the tragic early death aged 27 of Rolling Stones founder member and original leader Brian Jones.
Horse racing fans could be in for a treat this weekend when the Duke of Beaufort's Point-to-Point takes place at Didmarton, near Tetbury, on Saturday afternoon (March 2).
Did you survive the 80s? Love 80s music? Or too young to remember the 80s but curious as to what it was like?
The Big Feastival returns to the Cotswolds this August Bank Holiday and as always, the jampacked line-up does not disappoint.
Harbottle & Jonas are a stunning young folk duo based in Totnes, Devon. Their music is eclectic and always accompanied with a great story.
The Cotswolds Dark Skies Initiative is being launched with an evening with respected astronomer Will Gater on Saturday, March 16.
To commemorate 50 years of the iconic film ‘The Italian Job’, The Rotary Club of Tewkesbury is presenting this classic film on an open air big screen, the night before the popular Classic Vehicle Festival.
Lady Sings The Blues presents the music of Billie Holiday chronologically through the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s using many of the original arrangements.
There is plenty of fun to be had in Gloucestershire with some fantastic events taking place this weekend!
Now in its 9th year, Lechlade Festival returns over the bank holiday weekend from May 24-26, jam-packed with over 100 performers.
Back by popular demand at Tetbury Goods Shed, Le Swing bring an evening of French chanson and American songbook classics, delivered in their own gypsy jazz-inspired style.
There's a chance to get dirty for charity this summer at a new mud run in a beautiful Cotswold location.
Chorister Voice Trials are about to be held at Gloucester Cathedral
Respect is a magical journey through four decades of Arethe Franklin's classic hits featuring the awesome vocal talents of international Soul sensation Janine Johnson.
There's a chance to learn more about foraging in a beautiful Cotswold location in a few months' time.
Hacienda Classical, the clubbing classical cross-over show, has announced DJs and guest support for their concert at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of the Forestry Commission’s Forest Live concert dates this summer.
Ray Cooper is a Scottish/English singer-songwriter living in Sweden. When Cooper left art school in Brighton he decided to follow where music took him.
Check out our top pick of things to do in and around the county this weekend.
Gloucestershire Music (GM) has teamed up with the national organisation ‘Music for All’ (www.musicforall.org.uk) to bring you the chance to play a musical instrument.
Bye Bye Baby is a celebration of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons presented by Europe's No. 1 tribute.
Visitors to Cheltenham will be treated to a magical illuminated juggling act on Saturday, February 16, as part of Light Up Cheltenham.
Calling all junior polar explorers – join the Antarctic adventurers as they recreate life for Ernest Shackleton and his crew at The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum in Cheltenham.
A one-day workshop is being held at the Museum in the Park Pavilion in Stroud at which delegates will seek to gain a deeper understanding of the nature of animals.
A fantastic night of toe-tapping country classics is in store at The Legends of American Country Show.
The powerful bestselling courtroom thriller that inspired a multi Academy Award-nominated film comes to the Everyman Theatre stage next week with a star-studded cast.
The Talk Show is a comedy/theatre/spoken word show about talking by award-winning writer and performer Rob Auton, and he'll be bringing it to SVA as part of his 2019 tour.
Cheltenham-based comedy improv group ‘Comic Sans Script’ have a remedy for the winter blues and Brexit-induced anxiety with a return to the stage at Cheltenham’s Playhouse Theatre.
Rock for Heroes brings the perfect combination of your favourite rock & pop artists across the eras, while fundraising in support of Help for Heroes.
There's still a chance to grab a ticket to a show celebrating five giants of rock 'n' roll at the Roses in Tewkesbury tomorrow (Saturday) evening.
Birdland is staging a ‘Birds Behaving Badly Week’ to celebrate feathered friends over the February half-term holidays.
The Stranglers will be headlining this year's Wychwood Festival on the Sunday night, it has been announced.
Gloucestershire Young Musician of the Year 2018, saxophonist Lydia Kenny, will open Chapel Arts' 2019 musical programme tomorrow evening (Friday, February 8).
Toploader, Sara Cox and comedy double act Dick & Dom have been announced as the latest artists performing at Sudeley Castle’s Party at The Castle event this summer.
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