It's full steam ahead for a fabulous food festival this Sunday (October 3) in the grounds of The Speech House Hotel, Coleford.
A sponsored countryside walk to raise funds for local medical charity Cobalt will take place on Sunday, October 10, in Nailsworth from 10am.
A Band Called Malice has taken the tribute world by storm in their quest to become the number one choice tribute act to The Jam.
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) is rounding off its 40th anniversary celebrations with an ‘mixed traction’ Gala over the weekend of November 6-7.
The ELO Experience, who celebrate the great music of The Electric Light Orchestra, play Cheltenham Town Hall on Wednesday (September 29).
Number one selling classical vocal trio Tenors Unlimited, the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’, perform “That’s Amore: Songs of Love and Laughter” at The Sub Rooms, Stroud, on Friday 8th October at 7.30pm.
Voted Cirencester's creative champions last year, non-profit Cirencester Theatre Company are delighted to announce they're back with a bang this November.
The last remaining tickets for The Hooley, Giffords Circus 21st anniversary show and Circus Sauce restaurant are on sale now.
A new exhibition called 'Colour Conversations' featuring the work of Ruth Issett and Dorothy Tucker has opened at the Museum of the Park in Stroud.
The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival is THE place for literature lovers this autumn.
Come and experience the excitement of Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin in one mesmerising show at Cheltenham's Bacon Theatre!
Much excitement has fallen over Cirencester's Barn Theatre as it prepares for the opening night of David Copperfield on Thursday, September 30.
The Chanterelles are a group of young ladies drawn together by their love of singing, under the direction of Dr Shirley Court.
Explore the beautiful new illuminated trail and experience the night-time magic of Sudeley Castle and its stunning grounds, now in its 6th year.
WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre celebrated WWT’s 75th year with a special celebration on Thursday, September 16.
A brilliant event was held to celebrate the opening of the She Has Rizzen exhibition at the Museum of Gloucester.
A magnificent suit of 19th century samurai armour – part of the largest collection of such armour in the UK – has returned to display at the National Trust’s Snowshill Manor in Gloucestershire after 300 hours of painstaking conservation and cleaning.
Cirencester’s Ingleside House has only just opened its doors as a boutique hotel but already has grand plans to become a leading light in entertainment and dining with the announcement of its first live shows planned for October.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) features in a new four-part series hosted by ‘national treasure’ Pam Ayres, being aired by Channel 5 from today (September 17) at 8pm.
A special pre-Hallowe'en children's show is being held at a Cotswold theatre next month.
Iconic DJ and presenter Trevor Nelson will be performing at Stroud’s Subscription Rooms on Saturday, 25 September.
The Cheltenham Literature Festival programme covers a huge range of events and speakers but, this year, the comedy lineup is a force to be reckoned with.
DogFest West is coming to the Cotswolds this weekend!
Gloucester Poetry Festival is back in full swing for 2021 - online to enable everyone with a connection to take part.
The annual Cotswold Art & Antiques Dealers’ Association Fair (CADA) is taking place at a new venue this year.
There's good news for Gloucestershire fans of Michael McIntyre.
A group of 30 friends and family are coming together on Saturday (September 18) to ‘stomp out cancer’ in memory of much-loved Tewkesbury mum Glenda Hill, raising funds for a local hospice.
Weekend and camping tickets are now on sale for The Big Feastival 2022, which takes place from August 26-28.
Merrill Osmond - lead singer for the world-famous Osmond family - is performing live in Cheltenham on Sunday, September 26.
Grappling fans can look forward to a night of international professional wrestling at Cheltenham Town Hall early next year.
The Wurzels are to play at the Cotswold Harvest Cider Festival at Cirencester's Bingham Hall on Friday, September 24.
Celebrating the life and centenary of the late Laurence Fish, ‘Posters from the Steam Age’ takes place at Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway’s (GWSR) Winchcombe station this coming weekend (September 18 and 19).
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