Thursday 18 September 2014

Gloucestershire events

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Gloucestershire events in September 2014

Thursday 18 September 2014

Not sure about which course of study is the right one for you? Then head to a September Start Advice Session at Gloucestershire College, where you can get the help you need to make an informed decision.

September Start Advice Sessions at Gloucestershire College

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4pm at Gloucestershire College Cheltenham Campus, Princess Elizabeth Way, Cheltenham, GL51 7SJ; Gloucester Campus, Llanthony Road, Gloucester, GL2 5JQ; Forest of Dean Campus, Five Acres, Coleford, GL16 7JT

Discover the diverse array of part-time, full-time and higher education courses on offer at Gloucestershire College, during...

Al Murray will be giving Cheltenham audiences a laugh at The Everyman.

Al Murray in Cheltenham

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7.30pm at Everyman Theatre

The Pub Landlord, Al Murray, will be propping up the bar at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham for two nights in September...

Iain Barton and Wink Taylor will present this ‘seriously funny’ play at the Everyman Studio Theatre.

Kenneth Williams and Tony Hancock – Seriously Funny play

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7.45pm at Everyman Theatre

Sure to have fans of funny in stitches, Seriously Funny will explore the extraordinary relationship between two comedy...

In 2014, Tetbury plays host to its eight annual festival dedicated to local food and drink.

Tetbury Food and Drink Festival

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Times to be confirmed at Various venues across Tetbury

A true celebration of local producers, retailers and restaurants, the 2014 Tetbury Food and Drink Festival will feature...

Sculpture exhibition at Hidcote Manor Garden

Free

Visitors to Hidcote Manor will soon have the wonderful opportunity to see a selection of outdoor art, when sculpture artists...

Surruralism exhibition at Cotswold Craftsmen Gallery

Free

Local artist, Ian Gibson, will return to the Cotswold Craftsman Gallery this September with his Surruralism exhibition, showcasing...

Goldwork Embroidery exhibition at Berkeley Castle

11am at Berkeley Castle

Visitors to Berkeley Castle will be treated to a glittering collection of work inspired by both past and present, when the...

Laurie Lee exhibition in Stroud

Editor's Choice Free

Get a glimpse of previously unseen drawings and paintings by celebrated Gloucestershire writer and poet, Laurie Lee, at...

The Visit play at Olympus Theatre

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6.15pm at Olympus Theatre

Two sisters must make the impossible decision this autumn when The Visit explores themes of love, grief, and revenge.

Four talks on Modern Sculpture at Gloucester Cathedral

Art aficionados will have the chance to further explore modern sculpture in one – if not all – of the four talks lined up...

Gloucester History Festival 2014

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Times to be confirmed at Various locations across Gloucester

Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Gloucester with a two-week-long series of talks, parades, tours and performances,...

George Underwood exhibition at Fosse Gallery

Free

Times to be confirmed at Fosse Gallery

Visitors to Fosse Gallery will be treated to a new collection of work by George Underwood in September, who David Bowie has...

Friday 19 September 2014

Music lovers would be mad to miss Sarah Jane Morris performing live at The Convent.

Sarah Jane Morris at The Convent

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7pm at The Convent

Hear Sarah Jane Morris’ new African-inspired album, Bloody Rain, live, when the chart-topping singer takes the stage at...

theconvent.net/ (01453) 835138

Al Murray will be giving Cheltenham audiences a laugh at The Everyman.

Al Murray in Cheltenham

Editor's Choice

7.30pm at Everyman Theatre

The Pub Landlord, Al Murray, will be propping up the bar at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham for two nights in September...

Gloucester Rugby will be hoping to come out on top against Exeter Chiefs, this time around.

Gloucester Rugby vs Exeter Chiefs

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7.45pm at Gloucester Rugby

Gloucester Rugby will be taking on the Exeter Chiefs in what is promised to be another close-knit encounter on home turf.

Iain Barton and Wink Taylor will present this ‘seriously funny’ play at the Everyman Studio Theatre.

Kenneth Williams and Tony Hancock – Seriously Funny play

Editor's Choice

7.45pm at Everyman Theatre

Sure to have fans of funny in stitches, Seriously Funny will explore the extraordinary relationship between two comedy...

In 2014, Tetbury plays host to its eight annual festival dedicated to local food and drink.

Tetbury Food and Drink Festival

Editor's Choice

Times to be confirmed at Various venues across Tetbury

A true celebration of local producers, retailers and restaurants, the 2014 Tetbury Food and Drink Festival will feature...

Sculpture exhibition at Hidcote Manor Garden

Free

Visitors to Hidcote Manor will soon have the wonderful opportunity to see a selection of outdoor art, when sculpture artists...

Surruralism exhibition at Cotswold Craftsmen Gallery

Free

Local artist, Ian Gibson, will return to the Cotswold Craftsman Gallery this September with his Surruralism exhibition, showcasing...

Goldwork Embroidery exhibition at Berkeley Castle

11am at Berkeley Castle

Visitors to Berkeley Castle will be treated to a glittering collection of work inspired by both past and present, when the...

Laurie Lee exhibition in Stroud

Editor's Choice Free

Get a glimpse of previously unseen drawings and paintings by celebrated Gloucestershire writer and poet, Laurie Lee, at...

The Visit play at Olympus Theatre

Editor's Choice

6.15pm at Olympus Theatre

Two sisters must make the impossible decision this autumn when The Visit explores themes of love, grief, and revenge.

Frances Whitman exhibition at Isbourne Holistic Centre

Editor's Choice Free

Award-winning local artist, Frances Whitman, will be wowing visitors to The Isbourne Holistic Centre with a striking exhibition...

The Toasters gig in Gloucester

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EVENT CANCELLED. The lean, mean ska machines that make up The Toasters, will be performing live at Gloucester Guildhall,...

George Underwood exhibition at Fosse Gallery

Free

Times to be confirmed at Fosse Gallery

Visitors to Fosse Gallery will be treated to a new collection of work by George Underwood in September, who David Bowie has...

Gloucester History Festival 2014

Editor's Choice

Times to be confirmed at Various locations across Gloucester

Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Gloucester with a two-week-long series of talks, parades, tours and performances,...

Saturday 20 September 2014

Cheltenham Park Campus will provide a stunning and apt setting for this special event.

Greener Gloucestershire Festival

Editor's Choice Free

12pm at University of Gloucestershire Park Campus, Cheltenham, GL50 2RH

With real ales, live music and a farmers’ market, not to mention free bike repair, don’t miss the first Greener Gloucestershire...

Iain Barton and Wink Taylor will present this ‘seriously funny’ play at the Everyman Studio Theatre.

Kenneth Williams and Tony Hancock – Seriously Funny play

Editor's Choice

7.45pm at Everyman Theatre

Sure to have fans of funny in stitches, Seriously Funny will explore the extraordinary relationship between two comedy...

Enjoy the summery sounds of Fallingham Fair, when the folk-pop trio arrives at The Convent.

Fallingham Fair Live Lounge

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9pm at The Convent

Birmingham folk-pop trio, Fallingham Fair, is bringing the sound of summer to Gloucestershire, when it performs an exclusive...

In 2014, Tetbury plays host to its eight annual festival dedicated to local food and drink.

Tetbury Food and Drink Festival

Editor's Choice

Times to be confirmed at Various venues across Tetbury

A true celebration of local producers, retailers and restaurants, the 2014 Tetbury Food and Drink Festival will feature...

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