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.
Giffords Circus has been whipping up a storm across social media since first revealing the name of its 2020 show, The Hooley, back in December.
The UK's number one Bad Manners tribute band is playing a 'special' gig at The Heritage bar in Gloucester this Friday evening (January 31).
The Fosse Gallery in Stow-on-the-Wold is holding the first solo show of renowned British painter Jenny Wheatley from February 9 to 29.
Cotswold resident and professional comedy magician Tom Elliott is to preview his new show, 'Oh My Days' at the Sundial Theatre in Cirencester on Friday, May 15 ahead of his debut run at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer.
The 46th annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza returns to South Cerney Airfield, Cirencester, from July 31 to August 2 and is regarded as one of the biggest and best steam, vintage and countryside events in the UK.
The Thinking Drinkers return to Cheltenham with a brand-new show, a hilarious and intoxicating look at history’s greatest drinkers.
The search is on for hardly souls to take part in the Winston’s Wish Polar Plunge at Cheltenham's Sandford Parks Lido on Saturday, February 29.
Stories of large black cats roaming the countryside have been reported in the pages of the local press or discussed in pubs for many years now, but the residents of the Forest of Dean are still to be convinced of the existence of these creatures.
A spooky evening is in store at Tetbury Goods Shed with some spine-tingling tales of the supernatural from E.F. Benson’s brilliant collection of ghost stories, Night Terrors.
There are just a handful of tickets remaining if you want to catch Frankie's Guys in concert in Tewkesbury next month.
The Down for the Count Swing Orchestra will bring the sounds of the Swing Era back to life for Tewkesbury audiences at a special performance at the Roses Theatre on Friday, February 7, as part of a 15-date UK tour.
Volunteers are opening the doors at a Gloucestershire hospice next month to give the one-off chance to view the beautiful snowdrop displays around its historic grounds.
Mary Greensted, one of the leading authorities on the Arts & Crafts Movement, will be giving a fascinating talk about its local roots at the Museum of Gloucester on Thursday, January 30.
The Calcot Collection’s ‘In Conversation’ series is back and better than ever, kicking off at Calcot & Spa on Tuesday, February 4, with Ameila Freer, one of the UK’s most respected nutritional therapists.
Comedy fans are in for an absolute treat next month when the Gloucester Quays Rotary Club holds its annual Charity Comedy Night.
An afternoon talk entitled 'Introduction to Prehistoric Rock Art' is being held at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester next month.
Taking place from the event HQ of Dymock Cricket Club and to be held on Saturday, March 21, the 8th annual ‘Poets Path Potter’ is primarily organised as a charity fund-raising event for runners or walkers.
A household name for over 30 years both on and off the green baize, six times champion of the snooker world, Steve Davis, finally retired from competitive play in April 2016.
Gloucester Cathedral is hosting immersive artwork to recognise Gloucestershire refugees throughout history.
All mums and little ones in the Stroud area are welcome join a new exercise class to help feel healthier and find support and friendship.
The BBC has announced it is putting on a second preview screening of the new series of This Country due to “unprecedented demand”.
Bye Bye Baby is more than your average tribute group. They deliver a full theatre show covering the journey of the Four Seasons from the very beginning up until the Disco era and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A trio of star names are set to appear in a national tour of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, which is opening at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham on Thursday, April 2.
Oscar Wilde’s cherished ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is returning to the Barn Theatre after its successful 2019 run, but not quite as you may know it.
Rag‘n’Bone Man has announced a gig at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series presented by Forestry England.
Historic pieces from one of Britain’s greatest estates will be offered in Chorley’s Attic Sale in Gloucestershire on Tuesday, January 28.
World number one Michael Van Gerwen will headline a high-quality field when Cheltenham’s annual arrows returns to the racecourse on Friday, February 21.
Cheltenham Litter Picksies are hosting a community litter-pick tomorrow (Saturday). Join your neighbours to help keep St Paul's looking tidy!
One broken world and ten funny songs to fix it. Mitch Benn spreads insight and laughs in equal measure.
After our first full week back at work, we're all looking forward to something fun this weekend.
The panto season just keeps on going in Gloucestershire as the Leckhampton Players are gearing up for their take on Dick Whittington at the end of this month.
Non Jovi are the UK’s brand new full line-up tribute to the rock legends Bon Jovi.
Whether it’s David Cameron, Jeremy Clarkson, Alex James, Giles Coren, John Inverdale, Jilly Cooper, Xander Armstrong, Zara Philips or Liz Hurley, you are almost certain to see one or two of them on Sunday, January 26, at Cocklebarrow Races.
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