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Let’s Misbehave – the 1920s at Blenheim Palace

Let’s Misbehave – the 1920s at Blenheim Palace

3 March 2020

Experience the roaring 20’s at Blenheim Palace! Get a fascinating insight into the heady world of the upper classes in a time of great social, artistic and political change.You can expect costumed characters and entertainment, vintage cars, glimpse at the family history during the 1920’s, themed afternoon tea in the Orangery Restaurant, music, dancing and … Read More

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Fabric: Touch and Identity, Compton Verney Art Gallery

Fabric: Touch and Identity, Compton Verney Art Gallery

3 March 2020

Playful and provocative, this exhibition explores how clothes and textiles conceal, reveal and seduce through the lenses of art, design, fashion, film and dance. Understand how fabric helps to shape and communicate identity, how it expresses sensuality and sexuality, and its symbolism in different cultures. Fabric: Touch and Identity Sat 14 Mar – Sun 14 Jun … Read More

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The Jane Austen Centre & Tea Room, Bath

The Jane Austen Centre & Tea Room, Bath

3 March 2020

The Jane Austen Centre is a permanent exhibition homed in an original Georgian townhouse in Bath. Discover the story of Jane’s time in the city, including the effect that living there had on her and her writing. Meet the costumed character guides, and absorb Bath’s fascinating history and its associations with Jane Austen and her … Read More

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Toulouse-Lautrec & the Masters of Montmartre, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

Toulouse-Lautrec & the Masters of Montmartre, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

3 March 2020

Experience the sights and sounds of Lautrec’s thrilling Bohemian Paris to life as the Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre exhibition revisits the ‘street art’ of the era showcasing over 80 works by Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, Steinlen and more. In addition to the exhibition, you can enjoy unique evening events that echo the joie de vivre … Read More

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Lives of Colour: I-MMigrate Exhibition, Museum of Gloucester

Lives of Colour: I-MMigrate Exhibition, Museum of Gloucester

3 March 2020

Lives of Colour I-MMIGRATE exhibition is a curation of 20 images and oral histories. Discover the stories of black and minority ethnic communities from the Windrush generation in Gloucester and African diaspora in Cheltenham and their experience of moving and living in their new home land. They chose to travel from different countries to come, … Read More

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Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at Slimbridge Wetlands Centre

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at Slimbridge Wetlands Centre

3 March 2020

Treat Mum to a specially designed afternoon tea, exclusive to Mother’s Day 2020 at Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire. Enjoy delicious homemade cakes, tasty scones and a selection of finger sandwiches, accompanied by a glass of prosecco or a soft drink. There are three time slots to choose from: 12 noon, 2pm or 3.30pm on … Read More

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Sudeley Secret Spies, Sudeley Castle, 15 – 23 Feb

Sudeley Secret Spies, Sudeley Castle, 15 – 23 Feb

4 February 2020

Solve the exciting Sudeley mystery this February Half Term! Pick up a discovery sheet and while exploring the castle, use the items you find along the way to try to decode seven specially designed clues. Discover codes written in Hieroglyphics, Morse Code, Nautical Flags and more. When you have solved each clue, the answers will … Read More

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Hansel & Gretel, Bacon Theatre, 23 Feb

Hansel & Gretel, Bacon Theatre, 23 Feb

4 February 2020

Enter the fairy tale world of Engelbert Humperdinks’s Hansel and Gretel and experience the joy of this well-loved story through the magic of opera. Sung in English, Opera Anywhere’s spell-binding new production of this wonderfully lyrical yarn follows Hansel and Gretel as they tread an increasingly treacherous path into the unknown. In their search for … Read More

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The Addams Family Young@Part, The Barn Theatre, 20 – 22 Feb

The Addams Family Young@Part, The Barn Theatre, 20 – 22 Feb

4 February 2020

Based on an all-time family favourite, The Barn Academy brings the world’s wackiest family to Cirencester. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family whom her parents have never met. She confides in her father and begs him not … Read More

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Madam Butterfly, Bristol Old Vic, 14 – 15 Feb

Madam Butterfly, Bristol Old Vic, 14 – 15 Feb

4 February 2020

Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose return with a new English version of Puccini’s Madam Butterfly. Retold from a female, East-Asian perspective, this Madam Butterfly is transposed to 1980s Japan, where traditional culture collides with a new digital age, and the intimate exploration into the heart and mind of a young woman, is all the more poignant. One … Read More

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Conservation Heroes, Bristol Zoo Gardens, 15 – 23 Feb

Conservation Heroes, Bristol Zoo Gardens, 15 – 23 Feb

4 February 2020

Grab your exploring gear and discover exciting conservation projects from around the globe this half term! Follow this exciting new family trail, collecting stickers as you encounter endangered animals and meet the staff working to protect them. Get up close to over 400 animal species and learn more about how we can save wildlife together. … Read More

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Wye Valley Winter Chamber Music Festival, 15 – 23 Feb

Wye Valley Winter Chamber Music Festival, 15 – 23 Feb

4 February 2020

Wye Valley Winter Chamber Music Festival returns with world-class music-making from an array of internationally-renowned musicians. Concert programmes include Brahms, Elgar, Mendelssohn and Bridge. There will also be plenty of Beethoven to commemorate his 250th birthday, plus music from Beethoven’s lesser known contemporaries: Hummel, Onslow and Ries. Plus a celebration of British music and the … Read More

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