10 unmissable things to do in Gloucestershire this February

There's plenty of fun to be had this February in Gloucestershire, with SoGlos's monthly round-up featuring pancakes, Pretty Woman, and plenty of fun.

Whether you’re planning your spring half term, Pancake Day or Valentine’s, there’s plenty of events and activities to enjoy in Gloucestershire during February 2018…


1. Tuck into a Moroccan feast

Pop-up Restaurant at Miserden

Prepare for a delicious evening within a picturesque setting at Miserden’s Pop-up Restaurant; welcoming chef Ruben Leon-Acosta on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 February 2018, diners can look forward to a fantastic Moroccan feast.


2. Catch a film

Film Week at Cheltenham Playhouse

From Thursday 15 to Tuesday 20 February 2018, film fans can head to Cheltenham Playhouse for a week of classic flicks; from Back to the Future to Pretty Woman and Tangled, there’s something for everyone!


3. Plan your half term

Gloucestershire spring half term guide

Plan a fun-filled spring half term with the family thanks to SoGlos’s dedicated guide, encompassing exciting theatre, play schemes, trampoline parks and more…


4. Head to the theatre

Everyman Theatre

The Everyman Theatre’s February programme has plenty to delight audiences! Enjoy uplifting entertainment during Flashdance – The Musical until Saturday 3 February; see an all-star cast during Quartet, on from Thursday 8 to Saturday 17 February; and see Sebastian Faulks' epic tale of love, courage, and war when Birdsong takes to the stage from Monday 19 to Saturday 24 February 2018.


5. Get romantic

10 ways to treat your Valentine in Gloucestershire

From gorgeous getaways to delectable dinners, SoGlos’s has round 10 ways to treat your Valentine’s this February, with plenty of romantic ideas sure to provide the perfect present for your other half.


6. Work out whodunnit

Murder Mystery at Stonehouse Court

Test your sleuthing skills at Stonehouse Court’s Murder Mystery night on Friday 2 February 2018, promising plenty of intrigue, with guests racing to solve the crime whilst enjoying a delicious dinner.


7. Celebrate the end of Dry January

Jazz and Blues at Hillside Brewery

Head to Hillside Brewery on Friday 2 February 2018 to celebrate the end of Dry January in style, with deals on drinks such as dry gins and wines, whilst there’s an impressive selection of beers to provide plenty of temptation.


8. See the snowdrops

8 of the best places to see snowdrops in Gloucestershire

Spot the first signs of spring at eight of the best places to see snowdrops in Gloucestershire, with SoGlos rounding up the best places to go for your flower fix this February.


9. Hear stories from the past

The Gloucester Theatre Company's Pacifists and Protesters

The Gloucester Theatre Company’s enthralling production, Pacifists and Protesters, is set to delight audiences in Stroud from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 February, and Cheltenham from Friday 16 and Saturday 17 February 2018, a production which commemorates the centenary of the end of WWI.


10. Have a flipping-good feast

8 places for flipping good pancakes in Gloucestershire

Whether you’re celebrating Shrove Tuesday or just want to indulge in a stack of delicious pancakes, SoGlos has found eight flipping good places to tuck into a plate of goodness, right here in Gloucestershire.


© SoGlos
Tuesday 23 January 2018

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