From family-friendly festivals and gripping theatre, to giant vegetables and tasty tipples, find plenty to do this September with SoGlos’s round up of unmissable events.
The Malvern Autumn Show is set to celebrate seasonal food, the countryside, gardening and nostalgia on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September 2018, offering everything from giant vegetables and fun fairs, to family fun and shopping.
Cheltenham Paint Festival brings amazing works from talented national and international artists to town on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September 2018. While at The Brewery Quarter, enjoy great entertainment and witness an artist at work.
Back for another year, Cheltenham and Gloucester Beer Week offers a 10-day celebration of craft beer and ale from Friday 14 September until Sunday 23 September 2018; a highlight will be the Ale Trail, guiding drinkers around 32 popular venues.
Giffords Circus storms into Cirencester from Thursday 13 to Monday 24 September 2018, promising awe-inspiring performances, live music, and a dose of comedy from Tweedy the Clown during its My Beautiful Circus tour.
Gloucester Cathedral welcomes music lovers to this enchanting concert on Saturday 22 September 2018, with the Cheltenham Symphony Orchestra set to perform Holst’s The Planets.
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Berkeley Castle will play host to a sparkling Strictly Come Dancing exhibition throughout September 2018; open on Sundays to Wednesdays, see 14 beautiful costumes that have featured on the show.
Running weekly from Wednesday 5 September 2018, Mindfulness and Meditation for All offers fun and informative sessions with experienced teacher Kathryn Buxton, held at The Isbourne in Cheltenham.
A week that celebrates the town’s burgeoning food and drink scene, Cheltenham Industry Week runs from Monday 17 to Sunday 23 September 2018, featuring events for both the public and industry insiders.
Returning for a fantastic weekend of live punk, rock and indie music, Gloucester Guildhall hosts some brilliant up-and-coming bands at this year’s Underground Festival, running from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 September 2018.
From Thursday 27 to Saturday 29 September 2018, Not About Heroes promises compelling entertainment at The Barn Theatre, exploring the relationship between WWI poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon.
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