Whether you’re looking forward to a tipple or two, or searching for unmissable entertainment, there’s plenty going on this weekend in the county!
The Barn Theatre’s second production starts on Saturday; One Minute is a tender and gripping play centred around a child who goes missing, and the impact of the incident on several connected characters.
Cheltenham Cocktail Week offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy a drink, with events including The Cuban Experience at Smokey Joe’s on Friday, while on Saturday there’ll be An Afternoon Tea with Perrier Jouet at Door 4, followed by a Closing Party in the evening at The Clarence Social.
Head to Parabola Arts Centre on Friday or Saturday to see Cheltenham Ladies’ College’s exhibition, WWI – A Chronicle of War Work, documenting the contribution of Cheltenham Ladies’ College’s staff and pupils to the war effort, both on the home front and on the front line.
Bringing the Gloucestershire community together, FestivALL offers a range of events including a Sharing and Learning day on Friday; Musical Concert on Saturday; and Party for All on Sunday.
Music fans can head to The Prince Albert in Stroud on Sunday, when Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip will deliver a brilliant live performance.
Thursday 17 May 2018