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Events

The weekend is fast approaching and for those still deciding how to spend their Friday through to Sunday, we pick 5 of the best ways to spend your weekend in the Cotswolds

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You’re very welcome to leave your hat on when you go to see The Everyman’s production of The Full Monty this month, but expect Gary Lucy et al to bare all

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If you’re looking for things to do in the Cotswolds this month, we have gathered plenty of events for you to pop in your diary

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“We are pleased to support as many local children as possible to get access to performing arts tuition so that they can achieve their goals and develop confidence by getting involved with the artistic and education programmes at the Barn.”

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School summer holidays are looming, and luckily there’s no shortage of boredom-busting activities on the doorstep connecting children to nature and the beautiful Cotswolds landscapes. Here are 14 fun, adventurous, creative ways to help keep everyone happy (and healthy) in the great outdoors

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Ray Mears, JB Gill & Miranda Krestovnikoff to speak at BBC Countryfile Live this week

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Following on from the success of The Barn Theatre’s first two productions, there’s been excitement in the air with their show, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

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This new play, which features spiritualism, may well have theatres asking, “Is there anybody there?” Katie Jarvis worries

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The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, at Cirencester’s Barn Theatre, is well worth shouting about, says Katie Jarvis

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If you haven’t secured your tickets for the wonder that is the Cornbury Festival yet, we’re here to help you make your best decision of summer 2018

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Jane Bailey is an author whose novels combine romance with intrigue; the mystery of what it is to be human, entwined with deep and dark secrets. Fiction, she says, is entertainment. But it’s also a means of empathy – of putting yourself in someone else’s shoes – and of looking at your own problems through other eyes. Katie Jarvis speaks to local novelist Jane Bailey

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From eating Stinking Bishop cheese with Nick Park, to entertaining Giffords’ ringmaster, Cheltenham artist PJ Crook believes in living life to the full

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There are two sets of dupes needed for a cracking psychological drama – the dupes on stage; and those in the audience. Katie Jarvis is a very happy dupe

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There are plenty of fantastic events in the Cotswolds this summer, and many can be enjoyed with man’s best friend in tow. Mark Lewis, Managing Director of Cotswold RAW, the biologically appropriate raw food for dogs, talks us through what’s coming up for you and the family to attend

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This energetic, riotous adaption of colour, magic and song will have you singing along, tapping your feet and smiling from ear to ear

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“The world of motorsport is an inherently difficult one for young people to get involved in and programmes such as this are needed to make it more accessible.

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Come and celebrate 60 years of excitement at Malvern Showground

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One of the highlights of the summer season is back again

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Cheltenham’s Street Chilli Fiesta will return to Cambray Place on Saturday June 2 from 10am, bringing more than 15 chilli produce specialists to town

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Deborah Thompson talks us through the distinctive qualities of wine produced right here on our doorstep

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