Today (Monday) marks the autumn equinox when the fall season officially begins, and experts at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum are predicting it will be a sensational year for autumn colour.
One of England's finest singer/songwriters and Gloucestershire's very own Johnny Coppin is reuniting with members of his own band to celebrate a new compilation album '30 Songs'.
Autumn is nearly upon us and the sun is still shining - so what better way to enjoy it than right here in Gloucestershire?
Organisers of Stroud Book Festival 2019 are delighted to announce that the box office for all events is now open!
Now the holidays are well and truly over (oh yes they are!) the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is urging people to snap up tickets for their annual family-friendly pantomime early to avoid disappointment.
This year The Cotswold Male Voice Choir is celebrating its 70th anniversary and on Saturday, October 5, a special concert is being held at St Matthew's Church, Cheltenham.
Dire Streets perfectly capture the distinctive, authentic sound of one of the biggest guitar bands of all time.
A gifted musician who plays pop, rock, blues and folk is heading to Gloucester on Friday night for an eagerly-awaited gig.
Artists Christine Felce and Rachel Oram invite you to join them for some pop up events at The Museum in the Park in Stroud exploring the meaning of ‘Revolution’.
The annual Daylesford Harvest Festival is taking place this Saturday, September 21. As the leaves turn golden, take this day to honour the abundance of delicious seasonal produce available during autumn in an activity-filled day on Daylesford’s Cotswolds farm.
The music of Genesis has been listened to across the world since 1967 and, over the last 50 years, has become one of the biggest bands in UK music history.
A special charity performance is taking place on Saturday (September 21) to help raise vital funds for the hospice which is home to the only inpatient palliative care unit in Gloucestershire.
The popular American-themed Autumn Classic returns to Prescott Speed Hill Climb, near Cheltenham, on the weekend of October 5-6.
Following a thrilling summer of international cricket, BBC Radio's voice of cricket Jonathan Agnew will have plenty to talk about when he comes to Cheltenham Town Hall next week.
Here's our top pick of things going on in and around Gloucestershire this weekend.
With experts predicting one of our most colourful autumns yet, there couldn’t be a better time to visit the spectacular Sudeley Castle and Gardens, and follow its new Autumn Wildlife Trail.
Oyez! Oyez! Minchinhampton’s much-loved country fayre is back tomorrow (Saturday, September 14) and celebrating its 750th anniversary year!
The Valley Vikings and The Unsinkables are amongst this year’s teams to tackle the Stroud Charity Raft Race as it returns to the Stroud Canal on Sunday (September 15).
The Countess Bathurst's labrador, Dora, is hosting ‘The Grand Labrador and Retriever Romp' in Cirencester Park on Sunday (September 15) in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind.
The global running phenomenon parkrun has come to Stroud. The district council has brought the weekly 5km timed runs to the town's Stratford Park.
An evening of stunning classical guitar playing with Alan Brinley-Shaw is taking place at Tetbury Goods Shed this coming Saturday (September 14).
Taurus Crafts is set to go retro with their Antiques and Vintage Fair on Sunday, September 22. The fair offers visitors the chance to discover a hidden gem or two amongst the stalls offering a diverse selection of antiques, memorabilia, bric-a-brac, collectables and vintage items.
A host of star shows and names are heading to the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham this autumn in a brand-new season which extends well into 2020.
Scores of places of interest in Gloucestershire will be throwing open their doors to the publc soon as part of this year's Heritage Open Days event.
What do a flock of sheep, a large marquee, live music and family fun all have in common? The Frampton Sheep Racing and Family Fun Day of course!
From country shows to a night of jazz in Tetbury, here's lots going on in and around Gloucestershire this weekend to keep you busy.
Moreton Show - the traditional, one-day agricultural show - is celebrating its 70th birthday tomorrow (Saturday) and there’s anniversary action all over the showground.
Thousands of visitors are set to descend on Frampton-on-Severn this Sunday (September 8) for Frampton Country Fair - one of the last truly traditional country fairs.
The weekend of September 20 to 22 sees the fourth Wotton Blues Festival taking place, offering three days of live blues music across six venues in the heart of Wotton-under-Edge.
Music fans are invited to the biggest party of the year as the unstoppable Magic of Motown show steams into town!
Are you interested in mental health issues? Have you, or someone you know, struggled with mental health issues? Do you enjoy theatre, art and heritage?
Does your pooch have the waggiest tail in Gloucestershire? Or is your son or daughter the best child dog handler in the county?
Based on her bestselling book, Ruby Wax’s new show How To Be Human answers every question you’ve ever had about evolution, thoughts, emotions, the body, addictions, relationships, sex, kids, the future and compassion.
A group of a dozen artists from Lechlade Art Society (LAS) are taking part in an open studios event in the town later this month.
The canal is the focal point for the Stroud community who have collaborated with local and regional artists to discover, connect, and interpret producing work that expresses their relationship with local place.
A Gloucestershire-based theatre company which has been touring the area this summer with outdoor productions of its take on The Scarlet Pimpernel has just two more shows to go.
With the summer holidays nearly over its likely you've run out of ideas to keep the family entertained - check these out!
This coming Sunday, September 1, will see the anticipated return of Cheltenham Festival of Cycling.
One of the UK's leading improv troupes arrive in Cirencester next week for two evenings of spontaneous theatre.
Australian vocalist Gemma Sherry will be singing songs from The Great American Songbook when she appears at the Tetbury Goods Shed next Friday (September 6).
Big-hearted Cheltenham student April Perrott, aged 19, has planned a special charity concert that will see some of the county’s finest young musicians singing classics from popular operas and musicals.
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