Arts

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

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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Stephen Roberts tells the story of the Tetbury railway line, long abandoned but now coming back to life as an arts venue

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Three years on from the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, Stephen Roberts returns to Stratford-upon-Avon to mark another 'Bard-town' anniversary

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This summer all eyes will be on the world-class sculptures coming to Painswick's playful Rococo Garden

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We talk exclusively to actor Aaron Sidwell ahead of his leading performance in Henry V at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester

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Hal Chambers' interpretation of Henry V for The Barn Theatre is a cinematic masterpiece

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Up until recently the future of the Subscription Rooms looked decidedly shaky, but now Stroud's much-loved venue is looking forward to a bright new life as a dynamic arts and entertainment hub

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For ten days during June, people will be making a bee-line for beautiful Burford to experience a festival like no other

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Interview location: Great Barrington. Interviewees: two of the greatest living comedy scriptwriters; creators of TV classics Birds of a Feather, Shine On Harvey Moon, The New Statesman, and Goodnight Sweetheart. Subject(ish): Cheltenham's new international film festival. (Give me chance! I do get there in the end, says Katie Jarvis)

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From delicious food to marvellous music, there are plenty of fantastic festivals taking place in Oxfordshire this year

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Ticket sales of Sir Ian Mckellen's sold-out performances at Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre will support young people in the arts in Cheltenham and across the county

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Giffords Circus is bringing the Summer of Love to a village near you with their 2019 production of 'Xanadu'

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Rain Man was a film dedicated to explaining to the world that being different was OK. That being different was fascinating. That we're all crazy, in our own weird ways. So can a play do the same thing as successfully, wonders Katie Jarvis (who has a particular fear of spontaneous human combustion)

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Jamie Cullum will be showcasing songs from his new album at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival - and it's going to be emotional

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To create sculptures as tiny as those crafted by Willard Wigan, you need to have a very big heart

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This clever play about desperate salesmen will leave you reeling, grieving, grinning, and with the literary equivalent of a 50-year timeshare in Marbella. Brilliant, says Katie Jarvis

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