On Saturday, July 13, between 12 noon and 2:30pm, "the most quintessential of village fetes" takes place in the Cotswolds.
In their 125th anniversary year, Wotton and District Silver Band is delighted to be performing a concert at Tetbury for the very first time and to simultaneously break new ground for Tetbury Goods Shed.
This Saturday (July 6), the Dean Forest Railway will receive a rather special train on its tracks, travelling on a 403-mile round trip from Hastings for a Dean Forest Foray.
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival is fun-packed, friendly, and free to people on foot. What more could you ask of a festival?
Come and join the collections team at The Wilson in Cheltenham for a series of in-depth evening talks about iconic objects in the museum.
Upholding its reputation of being one of the summer’s must-see events, Saturday tickets for the Royal International Air Tattoo have now sold out.
Andy Quick, a multi-faceted songwriter hailing from Plymouth, brings his band to Café René in Gloucester this Friday (July 5) for a gig.
The highlight of this summer's Stroud Festival of Nature takes place this coming weekend.
Libraries in Gloucestershire are excited to introduce Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge 2019; an out-of-this-world adventure inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
The sun is out and there is lots going on in and around the county to keep yourself entertained.
The 'Hucclecote Hullabaloo' takes place on Saturday, July 6 - a day of community volunteering, and a 'showcase' for the dozens of clubs, societies and other activities that are available to local residents.
Stroud's new festival of play is aimed at children but inclusive of adults; with activities, workshops and entertainment spread across two days in two locations.
A Dublin singer-songwriter has confirmed he will be stepping in to replace headliner Sam Fender at this year's festival.
Plans are well underway for the 30th Cotswold Show to be held in Cirencester Park on July 13 and 14.
With its medieval banqueting hall Leckhampton Court is the oldest house in Cheltenham. Its role today as a hospice provides free care to anyone in Gloucestershire facing a frightening, life-changing diagnosis.
Hot on the heels of delivering a record-breaking third Grand Slam in this year’s Six Nations, spend an evening in the company of Warren Gatland, Wales’ most successful rugby coach in history.
Sudeley Castle is preparing for its busiest and most fun-packed summer ever.
Mikron Theatre return to Gloucestershire on their vintage narrowboat next month to bring their new show All Hands on Deck to Randwick Village Hall, near Stroud.
A celebration to show appreciation of the work of the Armed Forces will be held at Jet Age Museum on Saturday, June 29.
There's plenty of reasons to be excited for Cheltenham's one and only annual Open Air Theatre Festival at the Tuckwell Amphitheatre!
With the weather set to improve, why not make the most of it with our top pick of things to do in and around the county.
Spend an evening indulging in some glorious music performed by Gloucester Cathedral's extremely talented young organ scholar Christopher Too.
Gin lovers are in for a treat tonight (Friday) when The Queens Head at Longford presents the Longford Gin Festival.
A concert in Cheltenham Town Hall on June 29 will mark 50 years of successful music making by the Cheltenham Symphony Orchestra.
Porsche at Prescott is a brand-new event taking place at Prescott Hill Climb, home of the Bugatti Owners’ Club, this Saturday (June 22).
Jack and his band performed on the penultimate night of Westonbirt's 2019 summer concert season.
There are now only 2,000 tickets left for Saturday 20 July.
Forever In Blue Jeans is a perfect feast of entertainment with superb singers, dancers and musicians playing the best in country music and rock ‘n’ roll .
The Hidden Cheltenham Summer Trail is following in the footsteps of the successful Easter trail that took place in April and saw more than 300 families successfully complete the trail.
Gloucester Cathedral is hosting a 1960s themed party as a congregational community summer social event
After a record 10-minute sell-out, fans of the welsh rock band were in for a treat as they opened the summer season of concerts at Westonbirt Arboretum.
The 50th annual 'Art in the Park' kicks off in Cheltenham this coming weekend and will run for four consecutive weeks in Imperial Gardens.
An exceptionally talented teenage pianist from Cheltenham is returning to Chapel Arts on Friday evening (June 21) to play a recital.
Don't let the rain dampen your plans for the weekend.
The glitz and glamour of an historic race day will be celebrated in style at Cheltenham Racecourse next week.
Tread Productions is proud to present this fantastic musical theatre tribute show led by former stars from Bill Kenwright’s UK touring production of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’.
A hearty celebration of regional food, farming and family entertainment is set to take place at Malvern's Three Counties Showground from tomorrow (Friday).
Hundreds of people enjoyed a varied line-up of events at Fairford Festival last weekend.
To celebrate the Forestry Commission’s centenary year, Westonbirt Arboretum is launching a special trail to celebrate the Arboretum’s human history.
Crowds managed to 'Get Lucky' with the weather as the 66-year-old closed a weekend of live music at the stadium.
Professional Gloucester-based theatre company Rain or Shine, are set to delight family audiences once again this summer with their 21st anniversary production of Shakespeare’s ‘perfect pastoral comedy’ As You Like It.
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