Encompassing everything from fantastic fireworks and popular pantomimes, to art exhibitions and seasonal shopping, there’s plenty to put a smile on everyone’s faces this November!
From children-friendly events, spectacular displays, food and drink, live music and more, discover the best firework displays and bonfire nights across Gloucestershire this November in SoGlos’s handy guide.
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Nature in Art will host the British Wildlife Photography awards from Tuesday 7 November 2017, promising an engaging exhibition and celebration of British wildlife with stunning photographs and awe-inspiring nature.
Enjoy a dose of seasonal shopping when Cheltenham Ladies’ College hosts a Christmas Gift Fayre on Saturday 4 to Sunday 5 November 2017, with an impressive range of hand-picked retailers, mulled wine, mince pies, and heaps of festive cheer!
Gloucester Quays will be setting up for its Victorian and Enchanted Christmas Markets from Thursday 16 November 2017, offering a sensational seasonal showcase with live entertainment, traditional chalets, tasty treats and family fun.
Everyman Theatre’s popular annual pantomime returns on Friday 24 November 2017, starring Tweedy the Clown and telling the story of Dick Whittington, with plenty of laughter and silly slapstick along the way.
Hadfield Fine Art will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a Contemporary Art Exhibition from Saturday 4 to Sunday 19 November 2017, showcasing an impressive array of artists past and present.
Channel your inner Sherlock during a Murder Mystery at Stonehouse Court Hotel on Saturday 25 November 2017, promising a thrilling evening and highly interactive experience with delicious dinner and deadly crimes along the way.
Heavyweight World Champion boxer, Frank Bruno, will be heading to Stroud Subscription Rooms on Saturday 18 November 2017 for an intimate interview, discussing his career and battle with mental health issues.
Local music lovers can join Cheltenham Choral Society for its Autumn Concert on Saturday 25 November 2017, featuring Duruflé Requiem and the Rutter Requiem.
Cheltenham’s recently opened Park Gallery will host a Christmas Preview weekend on Saturday 18 to Sunday 19 November 2017, offering the chance to browse beautiful handmade gifts whilst sipping on mulled wine.
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