Event endedEditor's Choice
The saying there’s no business like show business certainly rings true for Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, which returns to town from Tuesday 2 to Sunday 14 May 2017.
After celebrating its 90th birthday last year, the event has not only become Cheltenham’s oldest festival but also the largest community arts festival in the south west, attracting hundreds of choirs and dance groups who showcase their talents.
Cheltenham Town Hall and other venues across town will play host to more than 300 classes and competitions, with The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes and Birmingham Royal Ballet dancer Laura Day having competed in years gone by.
Whether you’re an aspiring singer, dancer or actor yourself or just fancy catching some top-class talent, don’t miss the delights of one of the county’s – indeed the country’s – most anticipated performing arts festivals.
Friday 11 December 2015
Monday 20 November to Sunday 31 December 2017
Get into the seasonal spirit at New Brewery Arts, showcasing a host of unique items during its Crafted for Christmas celebration.
Monday 20 November to Sunday 17 December 2017
Offering the unique opportunity to explore The Wilson behind the scenes, the gallery will host two in-house exhibitions,...
Monday 20 to Thursday 30 November 2017
Encompassing everything from Cornish landscapes to pastel artworks, Chapel Arts in Cheltenham will offer an eclectic viewing...
Monday 20 November to Sunday 24 December 2017
Happy families can get their dose of festive cheer at Gloucester Quays during its Victorian and Enchanted Christmas Markets,...
Monday 20 November 2017 to Sunday 7 January 2018
See some stunning shots of British flora and fauna when Nature in Art exhibits the winners of the 2017 British Wildlife...