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‘Love the Phoenix’ this Valentine’s Day by showing support for Cirencester’s fantastic youth- and community-led Phoenix Festival!
What’s on at The Roses, including: music from young talent Laura Van Der Heijden, a celebration of country legend Johnny Cash, performances by fictional singer and organist John Shuttleworth and an entertaining take on life at a modern comprehensive in Teechers
Don’t let the chilly weather keep you stuck at home this weekend; here are five events happening in and around the Cotswolds to get you out and about.
Tall Stories’ hit family show Room on the Broom flies into the Malvern Theatres from January 20-24, bringing a witch, her cat, a dragon, a few friendly animals and more!
It’s the start of the new year, and there’s no reason for the winter chill to dissuade you from venturing out and seeing what the Cotswolds has to offer. Here are five exhibitions taking place in and around the Cotswolds this weekend.
Orchestra of the Swan, Resident Orchestra at Stratford ArtsHouse, has been unveiled as a finalist in this year’s Pride of Stratford Awards.
Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist Kriss Akabusi will discuss his career and the importance of building an engaged team as the special guest at a charity ball on January 29, organised by Warwickshire recruitment firm eResponse.
Drum roll, please… we’re happy to announce the winners of the annual Cotswolds Tourism Awards
Unsure what to get the art-lover this Christmas? Here’s our choice for some inspiration
Stuck for ideas for someone who loves sport and being active? Try these for size...
There were over 500 entries to the Cotswold Wildlife Park 2014 Photo Competition, with the short-list judged by a professional photographer. Click the gallery to see a selection of the submissions...
Theatres in and around the Cotswolds will be bringing out their campest dames, catchiest songs and most sparkly costumes to entertain families with classic pantomimes this festive season. Here is a selection of what’s on offer...
Joanna Adams was at the Stratford Literary Festival to listen in to Fiona Lindsay interviewing Alison Steadman.
Promotional feature: Film audiences at The Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury could be in with an extra treat over the next couple of weeks as educational speakers are invited to the theatre.
The club, which is a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC), has just marked its 40th anniversary with a club dinner for all members to enjoy.
Inspire ramblers and hikers to get up and go with our favourite Christmas presents for people who love the outdoors.
It’s not long until Christmas, and this weekend a number of towns and cities in and around the Cotswolds will be flicking the festive switch to illuminate the winter nights
From concerts to carols, Stratford’s Guild Chapel will be hosting a wide range of events this Winter.
It’s Remembrance Sunday this weekend, and there are events across the Cotswolds honouring those who served on behalf of Britain during times of war.
Marketing Gloucester is looking for three ‘kings’ to lead the annual Christmas Lantern Procession on Sunday, November 16, while riding camels through the Gate Streets.
Promotional feature: As the colder weather approaches, spare a thought for the wild birds in your garden. CJ Wildlife offer some tips on how you can help them survive the winter.
The Warwickshire Hunt Pony Club side are celebrating their first ever win in the coveted Prince Philip Cup for Mounted Games at the Horse of The Year Show.
In the run-up to Halloween, we’ve asked our readers to submit spooky stories and poems with a local connection. This tale of a haunting apparition comes courtesy of The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham...
Direct from the West End, adapted from the works of PG Wodehouse by The Goodale Brothers, and directed by Sean Foley.
The Roses Theatre has lots on this October, including Swan Lake, Beyond The Barricade and Wish You Were Here...
Chipping Campden’s annual firework display organised by St James Primary School PTFA, will be on Wednesday, November 5 at the recreation ground.
Tweedy the Clown? Starring in The Dock Brief, by John Mortimer? Is this legal? asks Katie Jarvis.
If you want to see a superb piece of theatre, then catch Lotty’s War at Cheltenham Everyman, running until Saturday, October 18
A painting by local artist Kevin Parrish of the historic Court House building is a gift to Warwick, commemorating 1100 years since the establishment of the town.
Latest entry: Katie Jarvis listened to the glamorous Victoria Hislop discuss her latest novel at The Cheltenham Literature Festival. ‘The Sunrise’ is set in Famagusta, a now-derelict city that has long been a source of tension between the people of Greece and Turkey. As Hislop explained on stage, merely writing about the place is a diplomatic nightmare...
An opportunity for your pooch to tread the boards on an RSC stage in Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon.
If you’re wondering what to do this weekend in the Cotswolds, here are five recommendations from us to you...
The Roses Theatre is well underway with its Autumn film programme, which runs from September to October. One of the main areas of their extensive line-up is World Cinema, and below is a selection of films that have been handpicked as the very best foreign films of the season.
Annette Gann discusses Warwickshire-based fitness company ‘Bodies & Co’ and its philanthropic owner Jenni Fuller
Wondering what to do this weekend? Here are five recommendations from us for what to get up to in the Cotswolds...
A Kenilworth care home is set to raise funds for a cancer charity by taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday September 26.
When Amber-Lauren Ballantyne-Styles gave up a promising career in acrobatic gymnastics aged just 13, she used the negativity she experienced about body image to channel into her astonishing art
Rosie Henderson has a whale of a time at Tewkesbury’s very own annual music festival
Candia McKormack visits the nurturing environment of 19th-century Hawkwood College
For 46 weeks of the year, Cotswold veterinary surgeon Tim Brazil’s patients are the sports and pleasure horses of this area and beyond. But for the remaining six it is the working equines of developing countries, like India and Egypt, that demand his attention. Debbie Graham spoke to him about his work.