Looking for something to do this weekend after checking out the Black Friday Weekend discounts?
Shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants in the historic Cotswold town of Winchcombe will be throwing open their doors on Tuesday, December 3, for an evening of festive shopping and celebration from 5pm until 8pm.
A Christmas Carol closes a highly successful year at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester with a magical original interpretation of Charles Dickens' festive masterpiece that will get everyone, including Scrooge, in the festive mood.
A full calendar of seasonal events at Stroud’s Museum in the Park has been lined up and many of them are free-of-charge.
Llanthony Secunda Priory in Gloucester is hosting its first-ever Christmas Fair this weekend.
On Tuesday, December 3, renowned chef Raymond Blanc OBE will be visiting his Brasserie Blanc restaurant in Cheltenham, treating diners to signed copies of his new book.
Enjoy Christmas shopping in the Friendship Café, a warm and spacious indoor venue where everyone is welcome:
Cheltenham audiences are in for a real treat next summer when comedian Russell Howard pitches up at the Everyman Theatre for a three-night run...and tickets go on sale today (Tuesday, November 26).
Nailsworth Noel – the town’s highly popular start to Christmas shopping – will take place this Friday evening (November 29) and it is looking like it may be one of the best yet!
Join Ed Byrne as he takes a long hard look at himself and tries to decide if he has ANY traits that are worth passing on to his children.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway starts its bumper Santa Special season on Saturday (November 30).
There's a great chance to buy some Christmas gifts at Churchdown Craft and Produce Market's final market of 2019 on Saturday morning (November 30).
There's plenty to do in and around Gloucestershire this weekend for the whole family to enjoy.
This Christmas, Gloucester Guildhall presents a magical adaptation of the classic tale Pinocchio.
Tomorrow (Saturday, November 23), 1st Battalion The Rifles (1 RIFLES) will have a homecoming in Gloucester City with a Freedom Parade.
The biggest community event in the city of Gloucester is returning in 2020.
Discover the 80s is one of the most exciting events to join the Cheltenham's summer music calendar, featuring Marc Almond, Heather Small, The South, China Crisis and Johnny Hates Jazz in one incredible line-up.
Organisers of the Lechlade Festival are "absolutely thrilled" to announce the iconic Irish rock band The Boomtown Rats as their 2020 Sunday night headliner.
There's less than three weeks till you can witness the spectacle of over 200 people dressed in Santa suits and other festive attire running through the streets of Gloucester.
A local catering company is asking people to join them in walking down memory lane in the Cotswolds next weekend dressed in 1970s gear, to raise vital funds for a Gloucestershire hospice.
Stratton Court, Aura Care's luxury retirement complex near Cirencester, is holding a 'Blue Light Breakfast' and a first aid course for children this week as part of its November first aid theme.
Two of the most successful male vocalists of the 21st Century will co-headline a concert in the Cotswolds next summer as part of the Forest Live series.
This week, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol will be brought to life at Gloucester Cathedral in a traditional production, complete with beautiful period costumes, song, dance, and a generous helping of Christmas spirit.
Taurus Crafts' Christmas markets look set to be the area's go-to venue for real world festive shopping where you can meet producers, artists and craftspeople.
Looking for events on this weekend? From music and comedy to food and festivities, we are catering for a range of tastes.
Tomorrow (Saturday, November 16) at 4.30pm all are invited to join the Choral Evensong at Gloucester Cathedral which will be sung by the Cathedral Junior Choir.
Foodies are being invited to an evening with a former MasterChef winner at The Griffin Theatre, Rendcomb College, near Cirencester, this Saturday evening (November 16).
Churches and other community venues across Gloucestershire are taking part in the biggest multi-venue nationwide quiz ever held this weekend.
Gloucester folk are preparing to get in the festive spirit as the city's Christmas lights are switched on this Sunday afternoon at 4.30pm.
The smash hit rock & roll musical Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story is back at the Everyman Theatre next week celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Cheltenham's Regent Arcade is playing host to A Curious Christmas event on Saturday, December 7, inspired by the characters from Dr Seuss's stories.
Get ready to journey with The Roses to the exotic Far East for an adventure like no other, in their 2019 family pantomime, Aladdin!
A world premiere of a choral work by Cheltenham-born composer Gustav Holst is being performed by Charlton Kings Choral Society at Pittville Pump Room on Saturday, November 23.
From the writer of 'Rising Damp' and 'Only When I Laugh', Eric Chappell's darkly funny masterpiece 'Natural Causes' comes to Cirencester this weekend.
A concert displaying the spiritual side of jazz legend Duke Ellington is being performed at Christ Church, Cheltenham, on Saturday, November 23.
The first Gloucestershire Asian Food Festival will be held in the heart of Cheltenham this weekend.
The Selecter, part of the 2-Tone explosion of the late 1970s and 1980s, are coming to Cheltenham as part of their 40th anniversary tour.
Keep yourselves busy this weekend with these activities available across the county.
It’s time once more – oh yes it is - for the Crown Players latest glittering family panto, full of fun and frolics that’s guaranteed not to send you to sleep!
Aura Care Living's luxury retirement village and care home, Stratton Court in Cirencester, has just launched a brand new monthly community event, to combat loneliness for the elderly and use the proven healing and uplifting power of music as therapy.
With the season of goodwill fast approaching a local hospice is asking Gloucestershire businesses to consider celebrating the best of the festive season with them, whilst supporting local families needing their expert and compassionate care.
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