Original Status Quo drummer John Coghlan and his great band bring you a night of vintage Quo at the Watson Hall, Tewkesbury on Saturday night (February 29).
There's a weekend of contrasting concerts for music lovers to look forward to at Tetbury Goods Shed...but both promise to provide high-class entertainment.
Are you a musician in a band who would be interested in playing at the Fete de la Musique 2020 (music festival) in Cheltenham’s beautiful twin town of Annecy in France? Or know someone who is?
Cheltenham Vegan Fair will take place at the Park Campus, part of the University of Gloucestershire, on Saturday (February 22) and will be an epic celebration of all things plant-based.
The hilarious LipService Theatre Company bring their show Strangers on a Train Set to the Roses Theatre next week.
Yoga and mindfulness classes will be taken by professional teachers as part of an event for local medical charity Cobalt.
Gloucester Cathedral is to host an ecumenical 'Pause for Hope' service praying for those affected by cancer on Thursday, March 19, at 7.30pm.
Stonehouse residents are invited to the official opening of Stroud District Council’s first community hub for older people.
Based on an all-time family favourite, The Barn Academy brings the world’s wackiest family to Cirencester!
Gloucester Races and Country Fair, in association with MS Amlin, promises to be a fun-filled sporting event for the whole family.
To celebrate its most exciting year yet, award-winning Sudeley Castle and Gardens, is offering visitors a whole month more of adventure, history and family fun.
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Nowans Community Trust is showcasing its projects, the Lives of Colour I-Mmigrate exhibition and the Authors of Colour book club initiative, in partnership with The Museum of Gloucester.
Legends of Irish music and song, The Fureys have been entertaining audiences worldwide for 42 years.
Singing auditions for aspiring choristers are set to take place at Gloucester Cathedral later this month. If you know a girl or boy that loves to sing, now is the time to get in touch.
We’re looking forward to spending the weekend with the ones we love and there’s something for everyone to enjoy this weekend…
Gloucester Irish Club is holding a St Patrick's Day Ball on Saturday, March 14, and is welcoming everyone to come along and celebrate and help its fundraising for the club and the community.
It’s half term for most school pupils next week – so Stroud District Council has drawn together a list of some of good value events and activities to help parents on a budget.
To help keep the Cotswolds entertained in the great outdoors, Westonbirt The National Arboretum is hosting an exciting series of events to keep all ages entertained this February half-term.
An illustrated talk about the hidden music of Gloucester and the Cotswolds will be given by Gwilym Davies at Llanthony Secunda Priory next week.
Cirencester's Phoenix Festival is delighted to announce that bringing the festival to a thrilling close on Sunday, August 30, are special guests ‘Michael starring Ben’, the greatest tribute to Michael Jackson in the world.
A Great Britain hockey star will be passing on his skills to young people in the Cotswolds during a half-term junior hockey camp at Chipping Campden School.
An eclectic mix for all budgets is on offer at Taurus Crafts this half-term to keep families amused and entertained.
The irrepressible Mark Steel is on tour again in 2020, and heading to the Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury on Thursday, May 21.
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Let’s get it on with a special evening of the ‘Prince of Soul’ with the velvet falsetto, Marvin Gaye.
There's a great chance to learn all about bread-making at a day-long course at the StarBisto at Ullenwood National Star in April.
The University of Gloucestershire and Sibling Distillery have teamed up with volunteers at a local hospice to chase away the winter blues and raise vital funds for local families needing palliative care and bereavement support.
Cheltenham is home of the acclaimed intelligence centre GCHQ, so it’s no surprise that one of the area’s leading family attractions, Sudeley Castle, has designed a brand-new spy-themed activity for February half-term visitors.
WSP Solicitors will be lead sponsors of Stroud Fiver Fest, part of a national initiative supporting local and independent businesses, running from February 15 until February 29.
This February half-term, children and adults alike are being encouraged to grab their wellies, get outside and join in puddle jumping championships being held at Slimbridge Wetland Centre and all WWT centres.
Stroud Sub Rooms is set to come alive with a spectacle of colour, music and fun entertainment for Valentine’s Day this year with headline acts from drag queens who regularly appear with some of the biggest names in show business.
The Museum in the Park in Stroud is holding its first-ever Snowdrop Celebration this coming weekend.
Get ready to recreate the magical 70s and be transported on a musical journey straight to the heart of Disco!
The Theatre Chipping Norton and The Barn Theatre present Jeeves and Wooster in 'Perfect Nonsense' at the Roses Theatre next month.
January is finally over. Celebrate getting through the first month of 2020 with one of these fantastic events.
A heart-warming comedy that will transport audiences to sunnier climes is being brought to the stage in February by the Everyman Theatre Company.
The Harcourt Players are Simon Othen and Luke Wurmli. They write and perform their own, contemporary score for classic silent movies from the early 1900s.
Cheltenham town centre is gearing up for its first big event of the year, Light Up Cheltenham run by Cheltenham Business Improvement District (BID).
'Endangered and Extinct' is the title of an exhibition of work by creative recycling artist Val Hunt which has just opened at the Museum in the Park, Stroud.
The Barn Theatre in Cirencester brings to life a modern retelling of Oscar Wilde’s classic The Importance of Being Earnest.
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