It’s time to get your thinking hats on and join Stroud-based youth charity The Door for a virtual quiz night, with special guest host BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s Faye Hatcher.
Join Faye, as well as Barrie and Rosie from The Door on Tuesday 30th June at 8pm LIVE on The Door’s Facebook Page (@TheDoorStroud) for an hour of quizzing and chat.
The Cotswold Show and Food Festival, one of the Cotswolds’ much loved summer events, has announced it has cancelled this year’s show due to Covid-19.
The show was due to have taken place at Cirencester Park on Saturday and Sunday, July 11 and 12.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) is, after all, running its highly popular ‘Wartime in the Cotswolds’ this weekend 25th and 26th April. The show was previously cancelled due to the coronavirus but a virtual event is now being shown live on Facebook and YouTube instead!
The Royal International Air Tattoo, due to take place at RAF Fairford in the Cotswolds this summer, has been cancelled.
A statement from the Tattoo organisers said: "It is with enormous regret and disappointment that we have to announce the cancellation of this year’s Royal International Air Tattoo, due to take place from 17 to 19 July, as a result of the challenging and unprecedented environment presented by COVID-19.
Sir Michael Morpurgo, the internationally bestselling author of War Horse and Private Peaceful, has issued a letter to supporters of the Barn Theatre in Cirencester, pleading for support as the theatre launches its Save Our Barn campaign.
Last Wednesday, the Barn Theatre announced that their production of Patrick Barlow’s Ben Hur, and all future performances including the world premiere of Vicki Berwick’s stage adaptation of Morpurgo’s The Mozart Question, would be postponed until further notice due to the Government guidelines around Covid-19 and in response to the Prime Minister’s statement.
The Cotswolds' much-loved Cornbury Music Festival has announced Irish singer-songwriter and all-round superstar Ronan Keating and legendary US troubadours America to head its Sunday night line-up.
Local boy Jack Savoretti, a festival favourite discovered at Cornbury Music Festival in his early days, now holding court on prime time TV shows, bags the Saturday, July 11, headline slot this year.
Cotswold resident and professional comedy magician Tom Elliott is to preview his new show, 'Oh My Days' at the Sundial Theatre in Cirencester on Friday, May 15 ahead of his debut run at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer.
Cornbury Music Festival begins with a mighty double bill this summer of legendary troubadour Van Morrison and electropop singer songwriter Dido.
These big-hitting stars will both take to the stage on Friday, July 10, the first day of the three-day festival held at the stunning Great Tew Estate in Oxfordshire.
The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is celebrating the end of another record-breaking pantomime season and raising over £10,000 for a local charity supporting young people with disabilities.
was seen by almost 50,000 people over the run and earned rave reviews, including one from Loving the Cotswolds
Whether it’s David Cameron, Jeremy Clarkson, Alex James, Giles Coren, John Inverdale, Jilly Cooper, Xander Armstrong, Zara Philips or Liz Hurley, you are almost certain to see one or two of them on Sunday, January 26, at Cocklebarrow Races at Aldsworth in the Cotswolds.
Better still, everyone hangs out together, so it’s highly probable you will be able to rub shoulders and get that selfie in!
Fans of BAFTA award-winning comedy This Country can get a sneak preview of the new series at a one-off screening in Cirencester later this month.
BBC Three is bringing the series back to its Cotswold roots on Thursday, January 23 – and tickets are completely free.
I took my family to Cinderella wondering how the Everyman could possibly better their pantomimes of the past few years, yet somehow they have managed to do so with this fantastic show.
The Roses has delivered another 'Christmas Crocker cracker' with its fun-packed, fast-moving, song-and-dance festive pantomime Aladdin.
From start to finish, the action had the audience enthralled with a cast of colourful characters at the top of their game.
One of Cheltenham's leading chamber choirs will be joined by a variety of other local choirs for The Joy of Christmas Concert at St Matthew's Church, Cheltenham, on Saturday, December 7, at 7.30pm
Jubilate Chamber Choir will be presenting the annual feast of festive music and readings for the whole family.
A Christmas Carol closes a highly successful year at The Barn Theatre in Cirencester with a magical original interpretation of Charles Dickens' festive masterpiece that will get everyone, including Scrooge, in the festive mood.
Olivier Award nominee Patrick Ryecart (The Crown, Poldark, The King’s Speech) leads the cast as Ebenezer Scrooge in this new version by playwright Alan Pollock with music and lyrics by Finn Anderson.
Panto stars at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham have teamed up with a unique charity based on a farm in the Cotswolds to help raise funds and awareness for their vital work with
young people with disabilities.
Two of the most successful male vocalists of the 21st Century are co-headlining a concert in the Cotswolds next summer as part of the Forest Live summer concert series.
James Morrison and Will Young will be appearing at Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, on Friday, June 12...and tickets go on sale this Friday, November 22.
Get ready to journey with The Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury, to the exotic Far East for an adventure like no other, in their 2019 family pantomime, Aladdin!
Aladdin is brought to life by a talented cast and the same creative team as in previous years, including writer and director Ben Crocker.
Music lovers are in for a treat on Saturday evening (October 19, 7.30pm) when a fantastic fundraiser will see both Gloucestershire Police Male Voice Choir and guest choir Go Vocal perform at Pittville School, Cheltenham.
This will be an evening of inspiring, uplifting and energetic song that’s bound to have you tapping your feet and swaying in your seat. Proceeds are going to Cheltenham-based charity Heidi's Heroes.