Sunday 19 May 2019

Gloucestershire reviews

Read independent Gloucestershire reviews written by SoGlos’s experienced journalists.

Cheers! The SoGlos team an enlightening afternoon enjoying delicious English wine at Woodchester Valley Vineyard.

Woodchester Valley Vineyard Wine Tasting review: An enlightening afternoon enjoying delicious English wine

Combining incredible views with deliciously crafted fine Gloucestershire wine, a trip to Woodchester Valley Vineyard is an...

SoGlos reviews Rain Man at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.

Rain Man at Everyman Theatre review: The classic film brought to the stage

Telling the critically acclaimed tale of an autistic savant and his money-grabbing brother, Rain Man has been retold for the...

Avenue Q is a feel-good musical that will have you roaring with laughter… even if you really shouldn’t!

Avenue Q at Everyman Theatre review: Your new favourite musical

Combining controversial themes like racism and a questionable internet history, Avenue Q is the perfect musical for people...

SoGlos headed to Cheltenham Pilates & Yoga to see whether it’s worth a visit.

Cheltenham Pilates & Yoga review: a serene space to stretch away the day

Warm, inviting and surprisingly chic, Cheltenham Pilates & Yoga studios were every bit the stylish, hip space you’d expect...

SoGlos went to try out Creams Café in Cheltenham.

Creams Café review: An experience to take you back to your childhood

Smelling sweet of nostalgia, the SoGlos team headed to Creams Café in the Brewery Quarter. Filled with giddy excitement just...

Club Tropicana is a riot of colour on the stage at Everyman Theatre

Club Tropicana at Everyman Theatre review: A love letter to the 80s on stage

Bringing the music and culture of the 1980s to Cheltenham for one week only, prepare to dig our your ‘Relax’ shirt and crimp...

Hair’s 50th anniversary revival tour began its run at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.

Hair at Everyman Theatre review: An uplifting revival of a Broadway sensation.

Beginning its 50th anniversary tour right here in Cheltenham, Hair is a cornucopia of peace, love, protest and unfettered sexuality,...

The Mousetrap is a murder mystery that will leave you guessing until the last minute

The Mousetrap at Everyman Theatre Review: A masterful whodunnit from Agatha Christie.

A rabble of guests prepares to spend the night at Monkswell Manor guest house, but murder is on the menu in this fabulous whodunnit...

Art is a hilarious expose of friendship.

Art at Everyman Theatre review: A stellar cast in a comedic classic

Serge has spent £200,000 on a completely white painting. Art tells the tale of three old friends who explore how the piece...

Malmaison Cheltenham’s Chez Mal Brasserie is showing off its brand-new look

Chez Mal Brasserie Cheltenham review: A refurbishment worth waiting for

Following a long-awaited refurbishment, Malmaison Cheltenham’s Chez Mal Brasserie didn’t disappoint, combining its stylish...

The Tiger Who Came to Tea visited the Everyman Theatre during half term.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea review: Children’s theatre at its finest

Retelling the classic children’s tale of the very hungry tiger who descends on a family for his dinner, this charming performance...

Here’s what we thought of Waiting for Godot at Everyman Theatre.

Waiting for Godot review: Tweedy's return to Everyman Theatre without his clown shoes

Gloucestershire’s most-loved clown, Tweedy, ditched his clown shoes in favour of a much more serious role in Waiting...

Yanto’s Pancake House serves up amazing sweet and savoury dishes

Yanto’s Pancake House review

Offering far more than just chocolate covered pancakes, Yanto’s Pancake House in Gloucester opens up a world of savoury and...

Aladdin provides exceptional entertainment value and a quality of production you’d struggle to see on regional stages anywhere in the country.

Aladdin at The Everyman Theatre pantomime review

Aladdin at the Everyman Theatre was a slick, epic and no-expense-spared musical production fit for the West End. The incredible...

Dick Whittington: The best Roses Theatre panto we’ve ever seen!

Dick Whittington at The Roses Theatre pantomime review

From classic Two Ronnies gags for the grandparents to Baby Shark and flossing for the kids, there was something for all the...

Here’s what we thought of Just So at The Barn Theatre.

Just So at The Barn Theatre review

Bringing Rudyard Kipling’s magical stories to life, Just So took to the stage at Cirencester’s Barn Theatre and...

The conservatory at The Beagle Brasserie in The Manor House Hotel, Moreton-in-Marsh

The Beagle Brasserie review

Combining locally sourced seasonal dishes with a stellar cocktail selection, the Beagle Brasserie in Moreton-in-Marsh is a...

We fell in love with the gorgeous teal sofa at The Bolt Hole

The Old Stocks Inn Bolt Hole review

Taking self-catering to a new high, SoGlos was invited to stay the night at The Old Stocks Inn’s Bolt Hole for a getaway that...

Purslane: the epitome of seasonal dining in the heart of Cheltenham.

Purslane review

Independent, unassuming and producing some of the best fine dining food we have ever eaten in Cheltenham, Purslane is sensational...

An extensive and eccentric menu and bottomless bubbles make for fun weekends at The Fire Station in Cheltenham.

The Fire Station bottomless brunch review

Raise the alarm: the bottomless brunch at The Fire Station in Cheltenham is a sizzling way to light up the weekend – combining...

Left to right: Dominic Brewer, Hywel Dowsell and Herb Cuanalo in Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles at The Barn Theatre review

Retelling the famous Sherlock Holmes tale, the latest production from Cirencester’s The Barn Theatre is a hysterical murder...

Our team tried a gong bath, a meditation session, reiki, reflexology and even attended a talk on philosophy at The Isbourne centre

The Isbourne review

A haven of mindfulness, wellness and calm – The Isbourne in Cheltenham is the perfect antidote to busy lifestyle, as the SoGlos...

Stylishly refurbished, Revolution Cheltenham combined a great venue, eats and drinks on SoGlos’s team visit.

Revolution Cheltenham review

Pornstar martinis, Instagrammable burgers and a blowtorch – the SoGlos team headed to Revolution Cheltenham for some Friday...

So many highlights at this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018 review

Spanning 10-days of literary legends, celebrities, selfie opportunities and book-signings galore, SoGlos soaked up the Cheltenham...

A wonderful setting and menu to match! The Royal Oak Tetbury has it all.

The Royal Oak Tetbury Meat Free Monday review

An innovative Indian menu, charming Cotswold setting and friendly welcome provided all the ingredients for a delicious dining...

SoGlos headed to the newly renovated Old Boathouse pub.

De Vere Cotswold Water Park review

Almost floating on the beautiful lakes, De Vere Cotswold Water Park has recently refurbished its onsite pub, so with that in...

Here’s what SoGlos thought of the Cotswold hotel and restaurant.

The Bear of Rodborough review

With the last of the summer still in the air, SoGlos headed to The Bear of Rodborough Hotel for lunch, discovering that it’s...

The bare cheek of it! The Full Monty aroused a standing ovation at The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham, where it opened the 2018-2019 national tour.

Review: The Full Monty Last Tour at the Everyman Theatre

Did The Full Monty go the FULL monty, did Gary Lucy live up to expectations, and is it true the tour might return to Cheltenham?...

The SoGlos girls went to prove golf isn’t just for men.

Brickhampton Court Golf Complex pro-lesson review

With just a few games of adventure golf under our belt, the SoGlos girls headed to Brickhampton Court Golf Complex for a lesson...

SoGlos visited Malmaison’s Chez Mal Brasserie to try out the set summer menu.

Chez Mal Brasserie review

Delivering on style and substance, Chez Mal Brasserie offers a great drinking and dining experience in Cheltenham; expect a...

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