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Fireworks at Sea, 16 Feb, Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. Enjoy a delicious three course meal as you admire the spectacular views across the bay before heading out onto the balcony to watch the spectacular fireworks in your private viewing area and unlimited rides for the evening. Standard tickets available too – skip the dinner but … Read MoreRead More
Drawing & Watercolour Workshop, 21 Feb, Museum of Royal Worcester, Worcs. Join artist Fliss O’Neill for a hands-on family workshop discovering fun and simple drawing and watercolour techniques inspired by the shapes and decorations of Worcester porcelain and Meadow Arts exhibition The Precious Clay. Book your place >>Read More
Waiting for Godot, 7 – 16 Feb, Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, Glos. Samuel Beckett’s undeniable triumph of 20th century literature comes to the Everyman Theatre for the first time ever. Don’t miss your chance to see this essential modern classic starring Tweedy. Book your tickets here >>Read More
Anton & Erin – Dance Those Magical Musicals, 18 Feb, Bristol Hippodrome. Join the nation’s favourite ballroom couple in their new, show-stopping dance production. The world of Ballroom meets Musical Theatre with stunning costumes & breath-taking choreography set to iconic theatrical favourites played by the London Concert Orchestra. Book your tickets here.Read More
Yinka Shonibare – Creatures of the Mappa Mundi, until 1 June, Hereford Cathedral, Herefordshire. Internationally celebrated artist Yinka Shonibare has created six new quilt artworks for Hereford Cathedral, commissioned by Meadow Arts inspired by one of Hereford Cathedral’s treasures, the Mappa Mundi. Shonibare has invited diverse Herefordshire groups of people to contribute to the project … Read MoreRead More
South West Puddle Jumping Championships, 16 – 24 Feb, Slimbridge Wetland Centre, Glos Get your wellies and waterproofs on and jump into the puddles at Slimbridge Wetland Centre for a chance to be the ultimate puddle splasher. They’re looking for the biggest splash, and most enthusiastic, stylish jumpers. Will it be you? Plan your visit here. … Read MoreRead More
Motown The Musical, 10 Jan – 2 Feb, Bristol Hippodrome. The sensational hit West End musical tells the thrilling tale of the man who broke barriers, fought against the odds to create something more than a record label. Featuring over 50 classic hits including My Girl, What’s Going On, Dancing in the Street, I Heard It Through The Grapevine and Ain’t … Read MoreRead More
Pop Art in Print, Until 3 Mar, Banbury Museum, Oxfordshire. Showcasing work by iconic artists of the 60s and 70s alongside contemporary artists influenced by the modern age’s most important art movement this exhibition is drawn from the outstanding collection of Pop Art graphics from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Featuring work by Andy … Read MoreRead More
Warehouse Climbing Centre, Open daily, Gloucester. Inside this transformed Victorian warehouse you’ll find an impressive indoor climbing and caving centre with something for everyone – young and old, novice and veteran. Scale the full heights in the Main Arena with top rope, lead and auto-belay climbing up to 13m or leave the ropes behind and experience … Read MoreRead More
Mary Rose Young Pottery, Open Mon-Fri & Sundays, Forest of Dean, Glos. Explore the colourful and quirky Alice in Wonderland pottery made by Mary Rose Young and her team. Find unique mugs, teapots and plates plus several of Mary Rose’s statement “Interior” pieces on display too: chandeliers, mirrors, paintings and wall lights. You can also … Read MoreRead More
Brean Play, Open daily, Brean Sands, Somerset. Open all year round and the perfect place for your children to let off steam whilst you enjoy a nice cup of coffee or a bite to eat. Brean Play features 3 distinct areas for babies, toddlers and children up to the age of 11 with stimulating and interactive … Read MoreRead More
This official Cotswolds Guide is packed full of wonderful things to see and do, fabulous accommodation options, and a whole host of other information to help you plan your visit. See the guide online here or order free copies for your visitor information display here.Read More