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Today to 20 Mar 18, within the County, sorted by date.

More details - Newark Park - Spectacular Snowdrops
Come and see the spectacular and celebrated displays of snowdrops in Newark’s romantic woodland gardens - and admire breathtaking views over the Cotswold escarpment. Come and see our beautiful, celebrated and spectacular snowy white carpets of snowdrops.
Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge,
Today to Sun 25 Feb

More details - Dyrham Park - Deer feeding at Dyrham Park
Join us for a unique opportunity this winter as we invite you to feed the deer with us before the park is open. It’s a great chance to see the deer up-close in their winter coats - an experience not to be missed! Maximum 2 people (including children), 10 per adult, 5 per child.
Dyrham Park, Dyrham, near Bath,
Today to Thu 22 Feb, Sat 24 Feb to Wed 28 Feb

More details - Stroud care home helps town become dementia friendly
A local care home in Stroud is helping to create a dementia-friendly community, by hosting a Dementia Friends session on Tuesday 20th February. From 2pm-3pm, the local community can drop in to Scarlet Houe care home on Westward Road and learn about what it is like to live with dementia.
Scarlet House, 123 Westward Road, Ebley, Stroud
Today

More details - Living with Nature’s Design - an exhibition of contemporary craft for the home
Following the success of last year’s, Home Sweet Home exhibition, Living with Nature’s Design revisits handmade pieces for interiors, taking forms and patterns in nature as a design starting block to produce new work specifically for The Guild at 51.
The Guild at 51 51 Clarence Street Cheltenham
Today to Sun 15 Apr

More details - 4 Girls 4 Harps
Four talented artists whose playing is technically superb and delivered with the wide range of colours, which makes the harp so attractive. Venue bar open before the event and during the interval.
Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, Broad Street, Chipping Sodbury
Today

More details - They Came From Gloucestershire! Characters From the County's Past
From vaccination to the lawnmower, people from Gloucestershire have made significant contributions to history. But how about the unsung heroes? Join Owen Gower, Museum Manager at Dr Jenner’s House, for a tour of some weird and wonderful inhabitants of historic Gloucestershire.
Dr Jenner’s House, Museum and Garden, Church Lane, Berkeley
Wed 21 Feb

More details - Forget Me Knot
"FORGET ME KNOT" A Comedy by David Tristram Directed by Nicky Pollard Imagine the plight of poor Robert Zeinfeld. Found wandering the streets of Leicester at 4am, without even the slightest clue of how he got there. Total amnesia, and only bruised head and a suspicious policeman for company.
The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street, Gloucester
Wed 21 Feb to Sat 24 Feb

More details - The Saxon Era
Evening Lecture with Anthony Poulton-Smith A revealing look at the so-called Dark Ages, revealing why they were anything but ‘dark’ and gave us a language, a system of government, many of the imperial measurements, and much, much more. Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 22 Feb

More details - Calligraphy - Illuminated Lettering
Adult Workshop with Adele Dark Thursday 22 February, 10-1pm Explore book clasps and writing implements from the Corinium Museum collections. Be inspired by medieval art through objects and manuscripts. Why were medieval books so highly decorated inside and out?
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 22 Feb

More details - NT Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (15
Tennessee Williams’ twentieth century masterpiece Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Directed by Benedict Andrews. On a steamy night in Mississippi, a Southern family gather at their cotton plantation to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. The scorching heat is almost as oppressive as the lies they tell.
The Bacon Theatre, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham
Thu 22 Feb

More details - An Insight into Garden Design with The Cotswold Gardening School
Caroline Tatham, founder and Principal of the Cotswold Gardening School, will be joining us at Highgrove this Spring to run a series of inspiring gardening courses, including ‘An Insight into Garden Design’ on Friday 23rd February.
Highgrove, Doughton, Tetbury
Fri 23 Feb

More details - Pop-Up Opera: Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel
For Spring 2018, after its huge successes in 2017, Pop-Up Opera are reviving Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, giving one of the most popular operatic fairy tales a magical twist that will both enchant and thrill.
Cheltenham Ladies College
Fri 23 Feb

More details - Jive Dance
Our monthly Jive Dances have a great atmosphere on a great dance floor. Dance the night away to top swing and jive music
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Fri 23 Feb

More details - Zimbabwe Steam Railway
A talk being given to Frampton Village Society by Peter Berry who will be giving us a tour of this wonderful country including game drives, local people and, of course, Victoria Falls.
Frampton Village Hall, Frampton on Severn
Fri 23 Feb

More details - Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate - Sherborne Park Ranger Walks
See red kites soaring overhead and sweeping views across Sherborne Old Park and Sherborne Brook as you join our rangers for a walk off the beaten track to visit some of the sites featured on BBC Springwatch and Autumnwatch.
Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
Fri 23 Feb

More details - Over The Hill, Five piece live band appearing in the lounge
Live five piece band, Over The Hill, playing in the lounge following showing of the rugby international, England v Wales
Old Richians RFC Sports & Social Club, Sandyleaze, Elmbridge, Gloucester
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Concert by Merton College Choir
The Holst Birthplace Museum is delighted to present a concert by the superb Merton College Choir in the stunning surroundings of Cheltenham College Chapel. The programme will include works by Walton, Byrd, Vaughan Williams and pieces commissioned by the choir.
Cheltenham College Chapel, Sandford Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Rural Cinema – Victoria  and Abdul
The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s (Academy Award winner Judi Dench) remarkable rule. Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Sat 24 Feb and Sun 25 Feb

More details - Natty
Londoner Natty grew up surrounded by an eclectic mix of sounds from Neil young to Bob Marley. By day he was engineering for some of pop’s biggest names,by night this inspired him to nurture his own sounds
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sat 24 Feb

Counterfeit Sixties Show More details - Counterfeit Sixties Show
Re-live the sounds of the swinging sixties, as Britain’s No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties, with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era.
Cheltenham Town Hall,Imperial Square, Cheltenham
Sun 25 Feb
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More details - EUCO with Sheku Kanneh-Mason
We are thrilled to have the European Union Chamber Orchestra back with a very special guest - 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year Sheku Kanneh-Mason. Programme: Handel - Suite Water Music Haydn - Cello Cpncerto No.1 in C Mozart - Sympbony No.
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sun 25 Feb

More details - Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration
GSBI specialises in botanical illustration as distinct from flower painting and includes a number of RHS medal winners. This show includes works in pencil, ink and watercolour.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Tue 27 Feb to Sun 4 Mar, Tue 6 Mar to Sun 11 Mar

More details - The Marley Experience
The Marley Experience are an eight peice UK Midlands based Bob Marley Tribute band with a difference, with our lead vocalist Lionart & his undeniable vocal resemblance to the late great King of Reggae Bob Marley himself.
Subscription Rooms George Street
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Planning & Planting Borders with The Cotswold Gardening School
Caroline Tatham, founder and Principal of the Cotswold Gardening School, will be joining us at Highgrove this Spring to run a series of inspiring gardening courses, including ‘Planning & Planting Borders’ on Friday 2nd March 2018.
Highgrove, Doughton, Tetbury
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Ceilidh: Committee Band
The return of the much missed Committee Band! They played their last gig in 2010 but they are now back for Stroud Ceilidhs. Described as "A large and powerful body - too complicated to itemise, they are a scene-stealing, headlining, barnstorming ceilidh band.
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Fri 2 Mar