Tuesday 21 January 2020

Gloucestershire gloucestershire music reviews

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

Uncover more about Scrooge’s past in this refreshing new take of A Christmas Carol.

A Christmas Carol at The Barn Theatre review: Theatrical, funny and utterly magical

A magical #BuiltByBarn production, The Barn Theatre’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol injects new life into the Dickens classic...

American Idiot is at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre until Saturday 6 July 2019.

American Idiot at Everyman Theatre review: Audible angst live in Cheltenham

Green Day’s renowned concept album has been transformed into a gritty rock-opera that feels like it was written with Broadway...

Stereophonics at Westonbirt Arboretum: Kelly Jones and co. gave an ultra-professional performnace at one of Gloucestershire’s most unique venues.

Stereophonics at Westonbirt review: Welsh rock the wet could not wipe out

A sell-out sea of raincoat- and welly-wearers rocked out to Stereophonics at Westonbirt Arboretum, in a sensational Forest...

A ‘steptacular’ performance by pop group Steps, Cheltenham Town Football Club’s first big music concert.

Steps review at Cheltenham Town FC's LCI Rail Stadium

Pop royalty Steps took the stage by storm at Cheltenham Town Football Club’s LCI Rail Stadium with a ‘steptacular’...

SoGlos enjoyed top class performances, including Gregory Porter, during the Jazz Festival.

Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2017 review

Bringing an exciting mix of musicians to town, Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2017 proved once again why this annual event is such...

Marking its 20th anniversary, Cheltenham Jazz Festival celebrated in style in 2016. © McPherson Stevens.

Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2016 review

With six days of bold, beautiful and brilliant music, Cheltenham came alive with the sound of music when the Cheltenham Jazz...

SoGlos put on its dancing shoes for the Solid Silver 60s show at Cheltenham Town Hall.

Solid Silver 60s review at Cheltenham Town Hall

Fans of the golden oldies danced their way to Cheltenham Town Hall for the launch of the Solid Silver 60s Show, starring Peter...

Wychwood Festival 2015: three days of family fun, not forgetting some great music too.

Wychwood Festival review

More than meets the music line-up eye, SoGlos finds out why Wychwood Festival is a firm fixture in families’ summer plans –...

Reel Big Fish rocked Gloucester Guildhall in true ska-punk style.

Reel Big Fish review

Legendary ska-punk band, Reel Big Fish, thrilled fans with a high energy show at Gloucester Guildhall, featuring ironic covers,...

Blazin’ Fiddles proved a toe tapping highlight of the 18th Cheltenham Folk Festival.

Cheltenham Folk Festival 2014 review

Less Mumford and Sons and more dazzling fiddle-playing, Cheltenham Folk Festival has stuck to its traditional guns since launching...

Ronan Keating warmed the hearts of the Kingsholm crowds, despite the downpours. © Martin Bennett / Gloucester Rugby.

Ronan Keating Kingsholm concert review

The winner of SoGlos’s VIP Ronan Keating competition talks gyrating, tell-all interviews and how even the sopping wet weather...

The McFly boys proved they’re still the pop punk kings when they performed Live at Kingsholm in Gloucester.

McFly Kingsholm concert review

Pop punk foursome McFly stormed the Live at Kingsholm stage with a 90-minute set packed full of hits from its 10-year career...

Spiers and Boden helped make the 2013 Cheltenham Folk Festival an unmissable live music event.

Cheltenham Folk Festival 2013 review

Complete with fantastic beards and enchanting performances, SoGlos feels all warm and fuzzy after catching Andy Cutting, The...

Bluesy jazz hits filled Cheltenham Town Hall. © Michael Robert Williams.

Joan Armatrading at Cheltenham Town Hall review

Joan Armatrading delivered a note-perfect concert at Cheltenham Town Hall, filling the venue with bluesy jazz hits spanning...

Proving one of the most memorable county concerts in a years,Tom Jones took Kingshom Stadium by storm.

Tom Jones Kingshom Stadium concert review

Sir Tom Jones treated a Kingsholm Stadium audience to a two-hour concert of new songs and classic hits at Gloucester Rugby...


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