Arts

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

With superhuman powers possibly gifted by the Greek gods, Dr Janina Ramirez is returning to Gloucester this month to bring a series of events celebrating our diverse and fascinating history

GLOUCESTER HISTORY FESTIVAL: September 5-20, 2020

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Bristol artist Luke Jerram is returning to the city of Gloucester this month with an exciting new community exhibition

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Giffords Circus brings its brand new, socially distanced, all-singing, all-dancing circus show and dining extravaganza to the Cotswolds

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Rachel Johnson’s book, Rake’s Progress, about her ill-fated attempt to be elected as a pro-Remain MEP for Change UK is hilarious, wise, and (at times) a knowingly hide-behind-the-sofa cringe. Katie Jarvis caught up with her in lockdown to ask life’s important questions. Such as, has she managed a haircut yet?

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Our beloved Cheltenham Festivals have been put on hold during the coronavirus crisis – but they’re as busy as ever! Their creative education work has been providing solace for young and old alike during lockdown. July is traditionally Cheltenham Music Festival month: Katie Jarvis spoke with Ali Mawle, the festivals’ director of learning and public engagement, about how we can all benefit from their work

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The on form exhibition will be online having run every two years since 2000

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A photography project by Gem Hall aiming to capture the mood of the village of Oaksey has resulted in over 40 stunning pictures

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They say you’re never alone with a book. The same can be said with a podcast... and the real bonus is you can listen while gardening, cooking or doing your daily squat thrusts. Candia McKormack brings us her top eight Cotswold offerings

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We’ve chosen some of our favourite books that were inspired by the that take your outside while staying in.

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Your antique, off-trend dressing table may seem ready for the skip, but why buy new when you could up-do?

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We may be stuck indoors and the clubs and gyms may be shut for now, but we can all still stay active and healthy.

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The current climate means that all of us may be looking for a whole new perspective on life.

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Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t get your much needed Arts fix. You can now enjoy the magic of theatre from the small screen!

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From mindfulness and relaxing music, to digital detoxes and body positivity, there is a wealth of great things to immerse yourself in and listen to while working in isolation.

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Author Cynthia Jefferies draws on the impact of the Civl War on Cirencester – and the role played by Thomas Chayne – in her latest novel

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Following his February glimpse into what makes great art, Fresh: Art Fair co-founder Anthony Wardle tells us how to find ‘greatness’ at the Fair this April

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This fabulous drama, wonderfully portrayed by Claire Sweeney, is a must-see. Even with a premature call of ‘Cut!’ says Katie Jarvis

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With the fourth edition of Fresh: Art Fair approaching, co-founder Anthony Wardle suggests how to spot great art that has yet to find greatness

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Vying for the title of ‘most cultural town in the Cotswolds’, Tetbury’s arts scene, architecture and foodie-ness make it the perfect place for the intellectually curious

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