Fresh from the most successful pantomime ever (Aladdin sold more than 46,000 tickets) the Everyman has just launched its winter/spring season with a brochure packed with shows to suit all tastes.
In the spirit of Dry January, The Sober Parrot, the South West’s first dry bar, is hosting a festival to celebrate the mind, body and soul.
The CrazyBird Comedy Club is proud to bring the legendary children’s entertainer ‘El Baldiniho’ to The Prince Albert in Stroud during February half-term.
Experience the Sounds of the 60s with the spectacular sounds of The Zoots!
There’s plenty going on in and around the county this weekend to ensure your January finishes on a high.
Cheltenham Operatic and Dramatic Society (CODS) continues its tradition of the past few years by starting their season with a winter comedy at Cheltenham Playhouse.
Racegoers planning on booking tickets for this year’s Festival are advised to do so before Monday to beat the price rise.
Comedian and impressionist Luke Kempner joins the Barn Theatre's incredible line-up of events this January.
The international smash hit Spirit of the Dance, which celebrates its record-breaking 20-year anniversary as one of the most successful dance shows ever, is coming to Cheltenham Town Hall.
The Phoenix Festival is delighted to announce that bringing the festival to a climax on Sunday, August 25, will be none other than Totally Tina, the UK’s official number one Tina Turner tribute show.
Enterprising occupational therapist Lizzie Large has put her best foot forward to launch new dance classes for wheelchair users in Bourton-on-the-Water.
Experience the thrill of jump racing - just a short gallop from Cheltenham Racecourse.
Nestling in a hidden valley of Gloucestershire, Painswick's Rococo Garden is gearing up for one of its busiest times of the year.
BBC Radio 1 presenter Scott Mills has been unveiled as the guest DJ after racing on Festival Trials Day at Cheltenham Racecourse on Saturday (January 26).
Back by popular request on Saturday, February 2, the multi-award-winning folk duo Ninebarrow – Jon Whitley and Jay La Bouchardiere - appear at the Tetbury Goods Shed.
Critically acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest tribute shows, Simon & Garfunkel Through The Years is on its way to the Stroud Subscription Rooms.
This summer's Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford will feature a display from the Swiss Air Force!
Whether you missed out on panto over Christmas or you just want to boo and hiss one last time, you could do a lot worse than head for the Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
The audience at The Barn Theatre in Cirencester is in for a treat tomorrow (Saturday) evening as Gregory Hazel's dazzling vocals, wit and charm will take you through a celebration of musical theatre’s most iconic women.
The Scummy Mummies comedy duo are making their way to the Sundial Theatre in Cirencester next month.
A trio of headliners from the West Country folk & blues scene will be playing at Under the Edge Arts on Saturday, January 26.
From the Jam will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Jam’s third studio album, All Mod Cons, at Cheltenham Town Hall tomorrow evening (Friday).
Moreton-in-Marsh is delighted to announce the arrival of parkrun at the Fire Service College, meaning North Cotswold residents no longer need to drive 15 miles or so to get active at the weekend.
The well-known historian and TV presenter Dan Snow recounts anecdotes of memorable experiences from his very successful career as an historian and broadcaster.
Gentlemen of the North Cotswolds and from surrounding towns and villages are very welcome to join the Blockley Blokes Choir for a new members’ social evening on Thursday.
The pantomime season just keeps on going in Gloucestershire as the Forest Musical Society prepare for their family panto in Lydney.
One of Britain’s best live bands, Stereophonics, have announced a date at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission.
Renowned for an endless string of soulful yet socially aware hits, The Christians enjoyed huge acclaim in the late 80s and early 90s both in the UK and Europe.
If you want to cheer up a dreary January, head over to the Bacon Theatre in Cheltenham this week for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, presented by Promenade Productions.
Regarded as having a voice that can breathe life and meaning into any song, Ruby Turner continues to win the hearts and minds of a diverse fan base.
The ultimate Britpop tribute comes to Cheltenham for the first time this monrth.
A new season bursts on to the Everyman stage this month as Fame The Musical comes to town from January 21 to 26.
The Prince Albert welcomes back Stroud favourites Solomento on Saturday night.
Booking opens today (Wednesday) for the popular Westonbirt 10K which returns to the National Arboretum on Thursday, May 9 at 7pm, as part of the Forestry Commission Active Forests programme.
The London Swing Orchestra (LSO) was founded in 1985 by Graham Dalby to recreate the sounds of The Jazz Age.
Television and radio presenter Sybil Ruscoe is the guest speaker at a special dinner next month to celebrate 70 years of the Moreton Show.
A prolific jazz guitarist will be the special guest at the monthly jazz session at Stroud Valleys Artspace (SVA) on Thursday evening.
Giffords Circus is starting the New Year with a bang by announcing the name of their 2019 show – Xanadu.
Hacienda Classical have announced a date at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of Forest Live 2019, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.
Feeling the January blues? We’ve compiled a list of things to do in and around the county this weekend.
The Cocklebarrow Races is the perfect family day out in the Cotswold countryside and the perfect cure for rubbing away those January blues.
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