You won't be short of ideas for things to do this weekend and beyond with our pick of what the Cotswolds has to offer:

Thursday, February 28


First man.

Watch the film nominated for seven Bafta Awards; Winner one Golden Globe Award 2019.

£5 - £7

7.30pm to 9:55pm.

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre, Tetbury, GL8 8DG.


The Small Hours

National Theatre Connections play by the Sundial Theatre Company.



Sundial Theatre, Stroud Road, Cirencester, GL7 1XA

Friday, March 1


Gin club

Try 4 unique gins, with their perfect serve, plus the usual nibbles too.

Tickets £17.50 -


The Kings Arms Malmesbury, 29 High Street, SN16 9AA


Orchestra Pro Anima

Titled “Frost and Fire” this is a classical music evening with the Orchestra Pro Anima directed by Michael Bochmann MBE.

Tickets £15.


Northleach Church, Mill End, Northleach, GL54 3HL


The Fading Thoughts of a Retired Airman

Probus Club talk given by Cliff Hilditch.


For more information visit

Parish Rooms, Gosditch Street, Cirencester, GL7 2AG

Saturday, March 2


Snowdrops at Colesbourne Gardens

Last weekend for snowdrops at Colesbourne Park A last chance to see the wonderful world famous snowdrop collection this season. The collection has been greatly developed by Sir Henry and Lady Elwes over the past 25 years.

Many plant bargains two for one.

Dogs are welcome on a lead.

Reduced price entry £5. Children under 16 free

1pm. Last entry 4.30pm

Colesbourne Park, Colesbourne, GL53 9NP


Steam Antiques and Flea Market.

Flea market with a mixture of antiques, vintage, collectables, silver, ceramics, jewellery, quirky and good quality craft.

10am to 4pm.

Free entry.

Steam museum, Fire Fly Avenue Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 2EY.


A Morning with Jonathan Bryan

Q and A, poetry workshop and book signing by young, new author Jonathan Bryan.


Malmesbury Abbey Books, Malmesbury Abbey, SN16 0AA


Alioli Spanish Cooking

Learn to cook six Spanish tapas and eat what you cook.



Contact Puri on 07586 168994 or aliolicooking@gmailcom

Daglingworth Village Hall,Overley Road, Daglingworth GL7 7AE


George Egg: DIY Chef

During an inspiring and inventive evening of stand-up, live cooking and comedy lecture, George prepares a breakfast, a lunch and a dinner using the most unconventional of methods.


Book online at or Box Office 01285 648255

Barn Theatre, Beeches Road Cirencester, GL7 1BN

Sunday, March 3


Litter pick at Kingsmeadow


Mulberry Court, Cirencester

Monday, March 4


Relay for Life

An informal meeting will take place next week where you can learn more about the Cirencester Relay for Life.


The Gallery upstairs in The Crown, Cirencester.


Glengarry Glenross

Acclaimed TV and stage stars Nigel Harman (EastEnders) and Mark Benton are the deal-chasing cut-throat salesmen in this ‘razor-sharp’ revival of David Mamet’s Olivier and Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece.



Tickets from and Box Office 01242 572573

The Everyman Theatre, Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HQ

Tuesday, March 5


Cheltenham Festival Preview Evening

Join some of the top names in National Hunt for a Cheltenham Festival Preview in aid of the Injured Jockey’s Fund.

Tickets £15 -


Kings Head Hotel, 24 Market Place, GL7 2NR

Wednesday, March 6


Kingscote Mosaic.

Join Emma Stuart to hear about the dig, the archaeology and the symbolism on the mosaic that points to a very rich villa outside of Cirencester.


£3 per adult, £2.50 members

Corinium Museum, Cirencester, GL7 2BX