Cheltenham Town Hall announces its spring events programme

Spanning live music, theatre, comedy and even a chance to come face to face with dinosaurs, Cheltenham Town Hall’s spring events programme has something for everyone.

Cheltenham Town Hall has announced a fantastic line-up of events taking place this spring 2022 – with live music, theatre, comedy and a chance to get up close to life-like dinosaurs.

On Tuesday 17 May 2022, West End hit Seven Drunken Nights takes audiences back to legendary pub O’Donoghue’s in 1962, where it all started for The Dubliners – bringing 50 years of the iconic Irish band’s music to life, promising to get everyone dancing in the aisles.

Writer, poet, TV and film producer Henry Normal brings his show Escape Plan to the Town Hall on Saturday 28 May 2022. A BAFTA award winner, Normal co-wrote Mrs Merton and The Royle Family, as well as working with Steve Coogan on live shows, TV and even a feature film – not to mention executive producing Gavin and Stacey, The Mighty Boosh, Red Dwarf and Alan Partridge.

Promising men in uniform, ripped shirts, chiselled muscles and plenty of misbehaviour, the Dreamboys visit the Town Hall on their Too Hard To Resist tour. The adults-only West End smash hit is in town for one night only on Friday 27 May 2022.

Music fans have plenty to choose from, with Genesis Connected performing the music of Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Mike & The Mechanics on Friday 20 May 2022; jazz lovers can enjoy a rousing evening of hits from The Great American Songbook when the 28-piece Down for the Count Orchestra takes to the stage for Voices of Swing on Wednesday 1 June 2022; while classical aficionados can take in music by Mendelssohn, Bruch and Beethoven performed by Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra and hear a pre-concert talk on Thursday 16 June 2022.

There’s roarsome fun for families too, with Dinosaur Adventure Live. Called ‘the greatest prehistoric show on Earth,’ go on an epic journey that brings you face to face with life-like dinosaurs. Hear them roar, watch them feed and learn all about these incredible creatures in this interactive show on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 May 2022.

For more information, or to buy tickets, visit

By Chloe Gorman

In partnership with The Cheltenham Trust |

© SoGlos
Wednesday 11 May 2022

More news you might like...

Cycle through the scenic Cotswolds in aid of Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, as Ride for Ryder returns this July 2022.

Sue Ryder is encouraging people to get on their bikes and Ride for Ryder

Gloucestershire cyclists are invited to take on the Ride for Ryder challenge this summer, raising funds for the county’s only...

Known as ‘The Chalet’, the house featured in the much-loved Netflix series Sex Education offers magnificent views across the cinematic Wye Valley – and you can stay there!

You can now rent the Sex Education house in the Forest of Dean

Love the Netflix original series Sex Education? You can now experience a unique stay in Jean and Otis’s gorgeous hillside home,...

East Glos Club in Cheltenham has been recognised as one of the top three clubs in the whole country by LTA, the governing body of tennis in the UK.

Cheltenham tennis club is officially recognised among top three in the UK

East Glos Club is celebrating being named a finalist in the Club of the Year category at the 2022 LTA Tennis Awards, beating...

The site of Gloucester Food Dock, overlooking the Victoria Basin, where various waterside buildings are currently being transformed into a new foodie destination.

Gloucester Food Dock project reaches milestone

A landmark moment in the £3.5 million development that is Gloucestershire Food Dock has been reached, with the owners able...

Gloucestershire is hosting the Women’s Tour for the first time ever this June 2022, with cycling action in Tewkesbury, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean.

The Gloucestershire route for the Women’s Tour has been revealed

World-class road cycling will be coming through Gloucestershire this summer, when the Women’s Tour takes its first race route...

Don’t miss

Unmissable highlights