The landmark BBC documentary pays a visit to the county to showcase an incredible insect comeback story
Holy Grail tapestries are being loaned to Kelmscott Manor, near Lechlade, for the 2023 Open Season thanks to the generosity of one of its long-term supporters, Lord Lloyd-Webber.
Calling all wool lovers! The Cotswold Wool Weekend is an exciting not-for-profit event celebrating Cotswold makers while rediscovering local woolly heritage.
Gloucester-based charity Hundred Heroines has partnered with Sisters of the Lens, in association with the National Portrait Gallery, to bring a major new exhibition to the city.
The National Trust is today (Monday, March 20) launching its annual blossom campaign, which aims to bring the beauty of blossom to more people and to celebrate the start of spring.
Dust off your air guitars for an evening of the very best classic rock anthems from legends past and present!
The Big Local Night Out is coming to the Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury on Friday 5th May at 7.30pm.
Cidermill Theatre in Chipping Campden has announced it is bringing the best of British theatre to local audiences on its amazing cinema screen from the end of March.
The Royal Three Counties Show is set to return to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern from Friday to Sunday, June 16 – 18.
Local artist Jane Spooner has found a creative way to beat the blues with her beautiful encaustic art.
Queen fans are in for an absolute treat if they head to the Watson Hall in Tewkesbury later this month.
After a wait of three years, the Saint Cecilia Singers will perform the world premiere of Neil Cox's Requiem Canticles, commissioned for their 70th anniversary, at Gloucester Cathedral on Saturday, March 18.
From world premieres at Cheltenham Town Hall and emerging talent in the Pittville Pump Room, the festival once again brings together music from across the classical spectrum, in venues across town
Cirencester’s Ingleside House welcomes Tom Seals – Piano Man on Thursday, March 23, and Friday, November 24.
Fantasy Forest, a unique festival celebrating the fantasy genre, is returning to the magnificent grounds of Sudeley Castle this summer.
Barn on the Farm is one of the UK’s leading independent music festivals that is home to both the indie big-hitters and next year’s breakout stars.
If you're looking for a great market to go to in March, look no further than Cirencester.
Clearing out your wardrobe? Yearning for a new look? But feeling the pinch of the cost of living crisis, or wondering about the environmental impact of new clothes?
Across Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, National Trust places are sparkling after their winter cleans and gardens are bursting into life.
Have a 'funtastic' shopping experience at Funtastic Fair this weekend.
The Treorchy Male Choir will be performing at Cheltenham Town Hall on Saturday 25th March for a special fundraising performance, organised by Cheltenham Lions Club.
Longborough Festival Opera started being promoted by Martin and Lizzie Graham in the grounds of their home as Banks Fee Opera in 1991.
The 47th Annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza is coming to South Cerney Airfield, near Cirencester, from Friday to Sunday, August 4-6.
Organisers of the Big Feastival have announced some star names who will be performing on Alex James's Cotswolds farm in August.
The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, is proud to announce the highly-anticipated arrival of ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ onto its main stage from Tuesday 28th February to Saturday 4th March.
A popular Black music festival set to take place in Gloucester this summer has been cancelled.
Paul Weller has announced a very special guest for his Forest Live gig at Westonbirt this summer.
Get ready to experience all your favourite 80s anthems and sing, dance and party along with the UK's award-winning a capella supergroup, The Magnets.
The King's School, Gloucester presents the award-winning Albany Trio, accompanied by King's students, in a concert to celebrate International Women's Day 2023.
The Three Counties Food and Drink Festival is a brand-new two-day celebration of local food and drink producers.
Gloucester Cathedral is to host a day of celebration on Saturday, March 11, marking the centenary year of Gloucestershire-born children's author Dick King-Smith’s life
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