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.
There's still a chance to grab a ticket to see Hazel O'Connor, the first major female star of the 80s, perform at Tewkesbury's Roses Theatre tomorrow (Thursday) evening.
The Danger Tree, a unique augmented reality art experience by oil painter Scarlett Raven and digital artist Marc Marot, is coming to Gloucester for a month-long exhibition.
Two artistic friends are joining forces and staging an exhibition in the newly-opened Dove Gallery in Winchcombe.
A nostalgic evening of song is being held in Minchinhampton this month at a pop up pub sing-a-long.
The panto season gets going in Gloucestershire this week when Tewkesbury Manor Players present their seasonal offering at the George Watson Memorial Hall for a three-night run.
A huge range of crafted goods will be on show and on sale at New Brewery Arts in Cirencester in the run-up to Christmas.
There's a chance to really get in the festive spirit a week before Christmas when All Saints Newland hosts a production of Charles Dickens' classic tale 'A Christmas Carol'.
'Behind the Scenes: Rural Crafts of the Cotswolds' will be presented at the Corinium Museum’s Resource Centre in Northleach by museum collections assistant Dr Caroline Morris on Wednesday, November 20, at 11am.
As half-term draws to a close, you may have run out of things to do this weekend.
Ahead of his 2020 Autumn tour, due to phenomenal demand, Russell Watson has announced some additional Spring dates at a number of intimate venues, including Cheltenham Town Hall.
Shane Richie returns to the Everyman Theatre stage in November in a role that he was born to play.
Residents of Gloucestershire are being encouraged to step out of their comfort zone and take on a once-in-a-lifetime experience – walking barefoot on embers burning at 1,236 degrees!
Acknowledged as “a forerunner in the new generation of classical guitarists” (BBC Radio 3), classical guitarist Michael Christian Durrant is no stranger to Gloucester audiences.
Many of The Blues Band’s 21st century fans weren’t even born when these five virtuosos, already music industry veterans, decided to fly in the face of musical fashion in 1979 and form a band ‘just to play the blues’.
Cirencester Vegan Fair is back! Celebrating the best vegan products and brands from the Cotswold area and beyond, Cirencester Vegan Fair will be a true celebration of all things plant-based.
It has been a little late in coming, but the thanks to this recent cold snap the autumn colours have burst onto the scene at Westonbirt Arboretum, just in time for half-term!
Discover the scarier side of classic fairy tales this Halloween. Can you save the Castle from its enchantment?
October half-term has arrived and there's plenty going on in and around Gloucestershire.
Celebrate Autumn at the Museum in the Park in Stroud at its special Apples & Pumpkins Day.
Young people are being offered the chance to make a Space-themed mini-comic at a one-day workshop at Gloucester Cathedral with author and Illustrator Hannah Shaw.
James Ketchell is the only person on the planet to have summitted Everest, rowed the Atlantic and cycled the world!
There's all sorts of Halloween fun to be had at the Museum of Gloucester this October half-term.
The Playhouse Company are thrilled to announce their performance of the festive comedy ‘The Flint Street Nativity’ by Tim Firth, but this is one nativity you will not want to bring the kids to!
More than 2,000 runners of all abilities will be taking part in the 38th Stroud Half Marathon on Sunday (October 27).
Visit Taurus Crafts this October half-term and get spooky with a range of activities that will be running every day from Saturday, October 26, until Sunday, November 3.
Whether you're interested in apple pressing, pumpkin carving, roller skating or watching fireworks, here is Punchline's guide to some of the best activities available in the Stroud district over half-term.
Job seekers can head for Cheltenham Town Hall next week for the latest Cheltenham & Gloucester Jobs Fair.
Rounding off a prodigious year, soulful rootsy-jazz singer-songstress Lady Nade is appearing with Last Thursday Presents @ Evergreen Hall in Broadwell, Coleford, on October 31.
Join Vienna Festival Ballet on a magical journey with their unmissable production of Snow White. World premiere choreography propels this timeless fairytale and answers the question; who is the fairest one of all?
There's plenty to do in and around Gloucestershire this weekend with the whole family to enjoy.
The Gloucester Zombie Walk is one of Café René's first and favourite city-wide events, bringing a little Hallowe'en magic to Gloucester city centre and raising awareness and money for local charities at the same time.
The 27th edition of the French Film Festival UK takes place in November in over 35 towns and cities across the UK, including Gloucester.
Music lovers are in for a treat on Saturday evening when a fantastic fundraiser will see both Gloucestershire Police Male Voice Choir and guest choir Go Vocal perform at Pittville School, Cheltenham.
“Rock’n’Roll Dreams Came True" is a powerhouse performance about the life of the iconic legend Meat Loaf and the music of the maestro Jim Steinman, the man behind the musical masterpieces.
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