Arts

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

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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‘A powerful insight into complicated relationships’, David Hare’s award-winning Skylight comes to The Theatre at Chipping Norton

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Enjoy an out of this world experience at the Museum of the Moon without leaving Gloucestershire

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Founder member of the Rolling Stones, Brian Jones was born and raised in Cheltenham. Now, to commemorate his stellar but short-lived career and tragically-early death in July 1969, a new walking tour has been established

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“It’s very refreshing to look backwards and learn a little of John Barleycorn and hidden charms in witches bottles before resuming my busy modern life!” Sarah Edmonds talks us through the John Barleycorn Must Die exhibition at Cirencester’s New Brewery Arts

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