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Today to Sat 19 May, by distance, closest first.    

More details - charity bingo night 7 for 730 start
A charity bingo night supporting local childrens charity hop skip and jump top prize two weekend tickets plus camping to Cornbury festival in July.
curio lounge 9 till 11 King street stroud glos Gl53BX
Sun 29 Apr

More details - A Romantic Dream
Clare Deniz and Alan Brown’s ’romantic’ programme was chosen to show both the beauty and brilliance of the music written for their two instruments; brilliant piano and rich, beautiful melodies for cello, the perfect ‘Romantic Dream’.
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Today

More details - Exhibition: Homage to Vivaldi
Part of Select Festival: Pauline Cullimore, Janet Grist and Sylvia Hammond are three designer makers who love to stitch, and whose works are rooted in the traditions of patchwork and quilting.
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sat 28 Apr to Sun 6 May

More details - Talk: Wayne Hemmingway
With a career spanning four decades in the design industry, Wayne Hemingway has a fair few stories to tell including his riveting Rags-to-Red or Dead tale
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Thu 3 May

More details - Weave a Willow Piglet in a day
Weave a life size piglet from willow. We will start with the body; add two floppy ears, a snout and four trotters. The only thing we will not be weaving is the squeak! All tools and materials supplied by the tutor
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sat 5 May

More details - Makers Family Fair
Come along to discover an exciting range of family based local makers and small businesses. Discover a selection of clothing, art work, furniture, delicious treats and so much more! This Makers Fair is aimed at families with younger children. Get to know some locally based small businesses!
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sat 5 May

More details - Show of Hands
‘Where We’re Bound’ Show of Hands Duo Tour 2018 + Guest Geoff Lakeman. Steve Knightley and Phil Beer: two extraordinary craftsmen with one unique sound, dovetailing old songs with new. A celebration of the duo’s enduring impact on roots, acoustic and folk music. Charity event: Stroud Court Community Trust Fundraiser
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Wed 9 May

More details - London Calling
London Calling – top Uk Clash tribute band Support: Special guest from Borrowed Time and reggae/punk tunes Celebrating the 40 year anniversary of the release of the ‘Give ‘Em Enough Rope’ Clash Album
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Fri 11 May

More details - The Stroud Mind Body Spirit Show
BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS! RELAX, CHILL OUT, ENJOY A PSYCHIC READING, BUY CRYSTALS, JEWELLERY + OTHER TRINKETS, HAVE A MASSAGE, REFLEXOLOGY, REIKI, GET A PHOTO OF YOUR AURA + MUCH MORE....
Subscription Rooms, Stroud
Sat 12 May

More details - The Big Bad Wolf Kids Concert
The Big Bad Wolf Kids Concert with Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra Little Red Riding Hood, retold by Roald Dahl with music by Paul Patterson, will make your children howl with laughter - at the Big Bad Wolf!
The Subscription Rooms, George Street, Stroud
Sun 13 May

More details - Dave Purple & Hot Wires
LIVE BLUESY ROCK WITH A SLICE OF FUNK ORIGINALS AND SOME COVERS
John Street, Stroud
Today

More details - Eastcombe, Bussage and Brownshill Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Medium and small gardens, set in picturesque hilltop location. Some approachable only by foot. (Exhibitions may be on view in Eastcombe village hall).
Eastcombe, Bussage and Brownshill Gardens, Eastcombe
Sun 6 May and Mon 7 May

More details - ‘The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home’
‘The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home’ to be held at The Nailsworth Social Club, Brewery Lane, Nailsworth Saturday, 19th May 2018 11am till 4pm ‘During Nailsworth Festival’ This Event will be held upstairs at the Social Club, exhibitors Tea and Coffee will be available throughout the day, with Tea &
The Nailsworth Social Club, Brewery Lane, Nailsworth
Sat 19 May

More details - Marketing for agricultural businesses: What you need to know
Are you interested in diversifying or expanding your farm business? Perhaps you’re thinking of opening a farm shop, going into agri-tourism, or something completely different.
Standish Village Hall, Standish Lane, Standish
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Downton House - Open Garden for NGS
Enthusiasts walled ¼ acre garden in heart of historic Painswick. Planted for yr-round foliage colour and interest and packed with rare and unusual plants. Collection of tender plants in heated glasshouse. Looks good even in the rain!
Downton House, Painswick
Wed 16 May

More details - Trench Hill - Open Garden for NGS
Approx 3 acres set in small woodland with panoramic views. Variety of herbaceous and mixed borders, rose garden, extensive vegetable plots, wild flower areas, plantings of spring bulbs with thousands of snowdrops and hellebores, woodland walk, 2 small ponds, waterfall and larger conservation pond.
Trench Hill, Sheepscombe
Sun 22 Apr

More details - Badapple Theatre Company presents “Amy Johnson’
Badapple Theatre Company is celebrating 20 years on the road and to mark the milestone, it is re-presenting the first show the Company ever toured with. ’Amy Johnson’ will tour nationally starting in Yorkshire, travelling down through the Midlands, Surrey, Gloucestershire and finally Somerset.
Frampton on Severn Village Hall
Wed 9 May

More details - Only Fools and Corsets
A talk being given to Frampton Village Society by Lorraine Parsloe who will be sharing her experiences as a TV extra on programmes from Casualty to Pride and Prejudice.
Frampton Village Hall, Frampton on Severn
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Woodchester Mansion
A talk being given to Frampton Village Society by the Woodchester Mansion Team who will describe the building and its history
Frampton Village Hall, Frampton on Severn
Fri 18 May

More details - The Garden at Miserden - Open Garden for NGS
This lovely unspoilt garden, positioned high on the Wolds and commanding spectacular views, was created in C17 and still retains a wonderful sense of timeless peace and tranquillity. Perhaps finest features in garden are double 92metre mixed border incl roses and clematis, in different colour sections.
The Garden at Miserden, Stroud
Sun 22 Apr

More details - Newark Park - Wild about Wild Garlic
See, smell and taste wild garlic in Newark Park gardens and the estate.Head out into the fresh air and discover the beautiful views over the Cotswold countryside, swathes of wild garlic and the sharp and tasty tang that accompanies a walk. Explore the Newark estate and gardens to see our wonderful wild garlic.
Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge,
Today to Mon 23 Apr, Wed 25 Apr to Mon 30 Apr, Wed 2 May to Mon 7 May, Wed 9 May to Mon 14 May, Wed 16 May to Mon 21 May, Wed 23 May to Mon 28 May, Wed 30 May

More details - Charlton Down House - Open Garden for NGS
Extensive country house gardens in 180 acre equestrian estate. Formal terraces, perennial borders, walled topiary garden, enclosed cut flower garden and large glasshouse. Newly planted copse. Rescue animals. Ample parking.
Charlton Down House, Tetbury
Sun 22 Apr, Sun 10 Jun

More details - Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate - Sherborne Park Ranger Walks
Our rangers will take you off the normal footpaths to visit some of the sites made famous by BBC Springwatch and Autumnwatch.
Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
Fri 4 May

More details - Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate - Sherborne Park Ranger Walks
Our rangers will take you off the normal footpaths to visit some of the sites made famous by BBC Springwatch and Autumnwatch.
Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate
Fri 18 May

More details - Tapley House
OUR STAR THEATRE COMPANY presents "TAPLEY HOUSE" A Comedy by Georgia Gill Directed by Ben Mowbray Donnie and Sid are a couple of lazy twenty-somethings, thrown together by fate under the roof of Tapley House.
The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street, Gloucester
Sat 5 May

More details - Gloucester Dragonboat Regatta
Fun for all the family at the annual Gloucester Dragonboat Regatta, now in its 21st year! Thirty teams from all over the County will battle it out in 40ft dragonboats to win the coveted "Gloucester Dragonboat Shield". In addition, in the Docks, there will be lots of stalls, a funfair, and live entertainment...
GLOUCESTER DOCKS
Sun 13 May

More details - From The Jam
From The Jam with Bruce Foxton + Support. Artists performing: From The Jam.: Tickets avaiable.
Guildhall, Gloucester
Thu 3 May

More details - May-We-Go-Round? - Strike a Light Festival
Multi-award winning ‘May-We-Go-Round?’ is a collision of fiercely energetic dance and comedic theatre. Honest, provocative and laugh out loud funny, Cristina and Chess jangle through the merry go round of romance, taking audiences along for the bitter sweet ride.
Gloucester Guildhall
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Gloucester Mind Body Spirit Show
The Gloucester Mind Body Spirit Show is back! Featuring stalls selling salt lamps, crystals, jewellery and art, therapies including massage, Reiki, sound healing, reflexology and chiropractic. This is an opportunity for you to see what holistic medicine can do for you.
Gloucester Guildhall, 23 Eastgate Street, Gloucester
Sat 28 Apr

More details - St George's Gourmet
A seven course tasting menu celebrating the very best English dishes, served with a contemporary twist, perfectly paired with a flight of wines
The Greenway Hotel & Spa, Shurdington, Cheltenham
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Highnam Court - Open Garden for NGS
40 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens surrounding magnificent Grade I house (not open), set out by artist Thomas Gambier Parry. Lakes, shrubberies and listed Pulhamite water gardens with grottos and fernery. Exciting ornamental lakes, and woodland areas.
Highnam Court, Gloucester
Sun 6 May, Sun 3 Jun

More details - NSPCC ~ Highnam Court Gardens Open Day
NSPCC ~ Highnam Court Gardens Open Day ~ Sunday, 13th May 2018 ~ 11am-5pm. Light refreshments available throughout the day in the Orangery. Come and join us on this Open Day and enjoy the beautiful Highnam Court Gardens.
Highnam Court Gardens, Highnam.
Sun 13 May

More details - The Enlightened Mr Parkinson
James Parkinson is now remembered for his 1817 Essay on the Shaking Palsy which first defined the condition we now know as Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr Jenner’s House, Church Lane, Berkeley
Wed 25 Apr

More details - Cheltenham Remembers RAF Centenary Exhibition
Time is running out to see the Cheltenham Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association’s special Cheltenham Remembers RAF Centenary Exhibition at the Jet Age Museum as the record-breaking interactive display opens its doors for the last time this Saturday and Sunday (21-22 April).
Jet Age Museum, Meteor Business Park, Cheltenham Road East, Gloucester
Today and Sun 22 Apr

More details - ‘The Fire Court’ and the Great Fire of London
Evening Lecture with Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor releases ‘The Fire Court’, an historical thriller and continuation of ‘The Ashes of London,’ through Harper Collins on 5th April 2018. Andrew will visit the Corinium Museum to talk about his books and the background behind them.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 26 Apr

More details - The Rhythm of Nature’
Exhibition by Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami 9 May – 3 June “The Rhythm of Nature” will explore themes of flora, fauna and landscape through the painting print and craft of two artists, Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 3 May to Sat 9 Jun

More details - Goodbye Christopher Robin
Corinium Cinema Goodbye Christopher Robin gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 10 May

More details - Dominic Sandbrook – How British Culture Conquered the World
Evening Lecture Join author, TV presenter, lecturer and journalist, Dominic Sandbrook as he explores the remarkable story of Britain’s popular culture in the last century. Britain may have lost an empire, but our cultural empire stands almost unrivalled.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 17 May

More details - Ice Bound
Darren Rees received the Artist in Residency honour from the Friends of The Scott Polar Research Institute, travelling to the Antarctic Peninsula. This display presents some of his sketches and paintings executed in situ, plus some studio pieces completed on his return.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Today, Sun 22 Apr

More details - Postcard Portraits
To mark our 30th anniversary, hundreds of artists who have worked with us have each created a special work of art. Purchase a ticket to become the proud possessor of one of these marvellous miniatures!
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Tue 24 Apr to Sun 29 Apr, Tue 1 May to Sun 6 May, Tue 8 May to Sun 13 May, Tue 15 May to Sun 20 May, Tue 22 May to Sun 27 May, Tue 29 May to Sun 3 Jun

More details - Cirencester Antiques & Collectables Market
There has been a weekly Antiques & Collectors’ Market in Cirencester’s Corn Hall every Friday for more than 40 years, and it’s one of the best weekly markets of its kind west of London! Around 50 dealers are on site offering a wide variety of top-quality antiques and collectables.
The Corn Hall, Cirencester
Fri 27 Apr, Fri 4 May

More details - Cirencester World Village Market
Market Square Group are pleased to be visiting Cirencester with our World Village Market Our fantastic two-day street market with its trademark festival feel will be creating a buzz in town, from Saturday 19 - Sunday 20 May 2018.
The Market Place
Sat 19 May and Sun 20 May

More details - The Carole King & James Taylor Story
Fresh from sell-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe this immersive show takes you on an incredible journey through the careers of the music legends Carole King & James Taylor Passionate renditions of Fire and Rain, Sweet Baby James, I Feel the Earth Move, Natural Woman, You’ve Got a Friend and more.
The Bacon Theatre, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Film: Breathe [12A]
Handsome, adventurous and brilliant, Robin (Andrew Garfield), has his whole life ahead of him when he is paralysed by polio. Against all advice, Robin’s wife Diana (Claire Foy) brings him home; where her devotion, intimacy and witty determination transcends his disability and sets him free.
The Bacon Theatre, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham
Tue 1 May

More details - RSC Live: Macbeth [12A]
‘Something wicked this way comes’ Returning home from battle, the victorious Macbeth meets three witches on the heath. Driven by their disturbing prophecies, he sets out on the path to murder.
The Bacon Theatre, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham
Wed 2 May

More details - The Ragdolls
The Ragdolls" will take you on a musical journey through the sounds of one of the most successful bands of all time. The first part of the show the Boys will take you back to where it all began, performing the classic 50’s songs as the "Four Seasons" once perfromed.
The Bacon Theatre, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham
Fri 4 May

More details - St Aldhelm’s Fair
Medieval style fair with Morris Dancing, food, stalls, art exhibition, a flower festival, children’s craft activities and a chance to try the Long Bow. Dress up in Medieval costume to get into the spirit of the event.
Malmesbury High Street and Market Cross
Sat 19 May

More details - Foxley Manor - Open Garden for NGS
Yew hedges divide lawns, borders, rose garden, lily pond and a newer wild area with a natural swimming pond shaded by a Liriodendron. Views through large Turkey Oaks to farmland beyond. Small courtyard gravel garden. Sculptures are sited throughout the gardens.
Foxley Manor, Malmesbury
Sun 22 Apr

More details - Wessex Concert Orchestra Spring Concert
Malmesbury Abbey Saturday 28th April 7.30pm Mozart Overture to the Magic Flute. Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1 - Soloist Max Li. Brahms Symphony no 2 Conductor:- Tim Harrison Leader:- Nicola Ashton
Malmesbury Abbey
Sat 28 Apr

More details - The Three Choirs Festival:  Centuries Of Social Change Through The Eyes Of Performers
The Holst Birthplace Museum is delighted to present this fascinating talk about the history of the world-famous Three Choirs Festival. Come along and find out what goes into organising an annual event of this magnitude.
Harwood Hall, Christchurch, Malvern Road, Cheltenham
Fri 18 May