Folk singer/songwriter Johnny Coppin will be performing at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham on Thursday, September 2, at 7.30pm, with guest Paul Burgess.
Join Mole, Ratty, Toad and Badger on a wild adventure filled with motorcar madness, wicked weasels and exciting escapes.
Following their sell-out success with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, IKP return to Painswick's Rococo Garden with a brand new retelling of the classic story Beauty and the Beast.
The Holst Birthplace Museum in Cheltenham becomes ‘Holst Victorian House’ on 10 September.
The crew and volunteers of the Severn Area Rescue Association's (SARA) Sharpness Lifeboat Station are holding their Open Day on Sunday, August 29.
Bringing together internationally known historians, renowned artists and key community figures, Gloucester History Festival will run from 4–19 September in key venues across the city.
An artist who is currently exhibiting at the Museum in the Park in Stroud will be giving a talk about his work early next month.
Corinium Museum in Cirencester is delighted to announce its multimedia audio guide, with the mobile app for smartphones, is now available to hire in the museum.
Internationally bestselling author Michael Morpurgo is returning to the Barn Theatre in Cirencester as the special guest for the opening night performance of the stage adaptation of his beloved children's novel An Elephant in the Garden.
The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen is thrilled to be able to present Crafts Alive, a celebration of contemporary craft and design at Rodmarton Manor, near Cirencester, from 8 - 12 September.
Looking for something unique to entertain the kids this summer?
There's still a chance to view an exhibition of art inspired by the Red Arrows at Tetbury Goods Shed.
One of Gloucestershire's biggest family events takes place this weekend (August 14 and 15) at Cirencester Park.
International tribute artiste Wayne Dilks and his band pay tribute to the late George Michael in a stunning show coming to Cheltenham next month.
Cheltenham’s newest free attraction – the Big Screen in the Gardens – is set to host a packed programme of films for all to enjoy this coming weekend.
The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival is thrilled to reveal this year’s unmissable full programme of events, setting the scene for an international literary celebration like no other.
Over 100 independent designer makers from across the UK return to Cheltenham this weekend (August 13-15)
As part of celebrations marking the Royal International Air Tattoo’s 50th anniversary, organisers are promising a specially commissioned medal to anyone willing to put their best foot forward!
There's a chance to watch an archaeologist demonstrate prehistoric crafts at a Living History Craft Day at the Corinium Museum in Cirencester next week.
British-born singer-songwriter and Noah and the Whale founder Matt Owens is to play the Bathurst Arms in North Cerney, this Friday (August 13).
Tethered Wits is thrilled to reveal that its upcoming show - ‘Pygmalion’ by George Bernard Shaw - will be performed on Saturday (August 14) at the Tuckwell Amphitheatre at the Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham.
Sunday 22 August will see The Rotary Club of Tewkesbury stage their popular Classic Vehicle Festival at Tewkesbury School Playing Fields.
He is touring 55 towns and cities across the UK with his show 'Unapologetic (if that's ok?)'.
The festival brings together music from the UK's biggest artists, Michelin star chefs live on stage, award-winning street food and an exciting array of family activities.
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain takes to the stage this month.
Hal Cruttenden is one of the top touring stand-up comedians working in the UK and Ireland today, as well as being a highly accomplished writer, presenter and actor.
Gloucestershire's award-winning Barn Theatre will be giving NHS workers and St John Ambulance volunteers free tickets to their latest production.
The annual Cotswold agriculture show had to be cancelled last year due to coronavirus.
Uncover the story of the talented artists who illustrated Ladybird books for more than 30 years this Summer.
An interactive story trail is taking place in the woods at Cirencester Park Thursdays- Sundays this summer
Stars of the West End, Lucy O'Byrne and Adam Bayjou are performing at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester next week.
Cirencester Park Polo Club are honouring HRH The Duke of Edinburgh with an art auction on August 14th.
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