Enjoy a fun-filled weekend in Gloucestershire, with everything from theatre and music, to sports and exhibitions on the cards.
Alan Ayckbourn’s black comedy, Season’s Greetings, will be brought to life at Cheltenham Playhouse on Friday and Saturday, offering an evening of farcical entertainment. Meanwhile, over at Everyman Theatre, Ayckbourn’s How The Other Half Loves will be on until Saturday.
Catch a rugby battle between Gloucester Rugby and London Irish, during an Anglo Welsh Cup match at Kingsholm Stadium on Saturday, promising great sporting entertainment.
Nature in Art exhibits the winners of the 2017 British Wildlife Photography Awards once again, promising a showcase of stunning shots right on the doorstep in Gloucestershire.
Following its fourth consecutive tour of the USA, Sham 69 is set to storm the stage at Gloucester Guildhall on Saturday, promising an unmissable live performance.
Art lovers can soak up some sensational sights during Hadfield Fine Art’s Contemporary Art Exhibition, taking place across the weekend to display works from talented artists past and present.
Thursday 09 November 2017