Nile Rodgers & Chic are heading to the home of Gloucester Rugby this June - and you could be joining them.
A London-based gospel choir is performing in Cheltenham on Sunday evening (May 12) as the finale to a local Christian Arts Festival.
The one-and-only Julia Donaldson will be joining Stroud Book Festival 2019 for a very special family event on the morning of Saturday, November 9.
Back for a third year this Saturday (May 11), Gloucester Fake Festival just keeps getting better.
Les Musicals Live Concert Tour is the ultimate celebration of musical theatre.
There are still a few tickets left for the Haçienda Classical outdoor concert at Westonbirt Arboretum on Sunday, June 16.
Fairford and District Choral Society's Spring concert takes place at St Mary's Church on Saturday evening (May 11).
The Cotswold Savoyards are preparing for put on the timeless classic 'Oliver!' at the Everyman in Cheltenham next week...and they've had a visit from a very special well-wisher.
Punchline have teamed up with the organizers to offer you the chance to win one of five family tickets to this year's festival.
Inspire! is a concert celebrating youth music in Gloucester, taking place at the Cathedral on Thursday evening (May 9).
The bank holiday weekend is nearly upon us, so here is our top pick of things to do in and around the county.
A four-day retreat is taking place at Tewkesbury Park Hotel next month entitled 'Exploring the Divided Brain' - and John Cleese was the first person to book a place.
Nell Gifford and Cal McCrystal have reimagined Giffords Circus as a psychedelic pleasure dome for their new 250-date UK tour which opens near Stroud tonight (Friday, May 3).
Tractors old and new take to the roads in the North Cotswolds for the annual Bluebell Run in aid of Cancer Research UK on Sunday, May 12.
If you love the beautiful, the unique and the unusual then The Malthouse Collective Decorative and Textiles Fair is not to be missed.
Acoustic singer Jack Savoretti, DJ Grandmaster Flash, rock sensation Sleeper, and singer-songwriter Bessie Turner, have been announced as the latest additions to take to The Big Feastival’s Main Stage this August.
Site Festival is a visually inspiring festival of artist-led exhibitions, films and performances combined with a diverse series of talks from artists and writers.
A charity Cow Hunt which annually attracts thousands of visitors to a Gloucestershire village will once again be taking place this early May Bank Holiday weekend.
The Noise Next Door are the UK’s premier improv comedy troupe who have taken the comedy world by storm.
The programme for the18th Chipping Campden International Music Festival features some of the world’s most outstanding musicians.
Radio 1 DJ Greg James will be kicking off the May bank holiday weekend with a party at Cheltenham Racecourse on Friday evening, May 3.
There are lots of unusual and interesting things going on in and around the county this weekend. Why not be part of it?
While this year marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway’s (GWSR) ‘Wartime in the Cotswolds’ this weekend will recall the triumphs and tragedies of the Second World War and celebrate the camaraderie that held Britain together.
Gabrielle, one of the most natural voices in British pop history, has been announced as the special guest for Nile Rodgers & CHIC at Kingsholm Stadium on Sunday, June 9.
This September will see the launch of the first-ever Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival, a week-long celebration of wellbeing which aims to help local people live life well.
Chipping Campden Literature Festival runs from May 7-11 and for its tenth anniversary 'News' is the main theme:
Tickets have gone on sale for Jack Dee's 'Work in progress' performance at the Sundial Theatre in Cirencester on June 25.
One of the stars of last year’s airshow, a Russian-built Sukhoi Su-27 from the Ukrainian Air Force, is set to grace the skies above RAF Fairford once more in a thrilling flying display at 2019’s Royal International Air Tattoo.
The Big Feastival - which claims to be the nation's biggest family-friendly festival - returns to the Cotswolds this August Bank Holiday with a bumper line-up of all-round family fun.
The biggest Polish festival in Gloucestershire is back!
With the bank holiday weekend nearly upon us and the weather forecast looking promising, we have chosen our top pick of places to go and things to see in Gloucestershire.
Easter would not be the same without the thrilling Dragon extravaganza at Berkeley Castle.
Inspired by the heart-warming Oscar-winning movie.
Matt Owens, a founding member of indie-folk band Noah and the Whale, is performing in Gloucester this weekend.
Mark Beaumont set out to make this Victorian fiction a two-wheeled reality.
Paxford Races is at the height of the local social calender and a perfect day out for all the family.
The Dean of Gloucester, the Very Rev’d Stephen Lake, will lead a team of ministers from the Cathedral and local churches who will be shoe shining in the middle of the Gate streets on Good Friday from 10.30am - 11.30am.
The new musical stage show, ‘The Shades of the 60s' featuring Dan Chettoe as Tom Jones, hits the stage at the Roses in Tewkesbury on Thursday, April 25.
This Easter, the Museum of Gloucester is providing a variety of fun activities for young people of all ages.
Green-fingered enthusiasts will descend on the honey-stoned village of Barnsley, in the Cotswolds, next month for a weekend of gardening festivities.
Have you run out of things to do this Easter? Check out our top pick.
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