Ten things to do in Gloucestershire this weekend February 29 – March 1

1. Queen fans can rock out to the world’s most exciting tribute act – The Bohemians at Cirencester’s Bingham Hall on Saturday February 29.

2. On Saturday, February 29 you can also enjoy The Whiteshillbillies who will rock Eastington with a lively high energy Bluegrass, Country and Rock ‘n Roll set. All welcome, free event. The Old Badger, Eastington, from 8.30pm.

3. It’s a leap year so girls why not take the plunge and ask him to marry you.

4. If you have young ones to entertain why not pop along to the Cotswold Clubhouse in Bourton-on-the-Water.

5. Go Bear Grylls and build a basha in the woodland.

6. Support Cancer Research by going along to a free concert in aid of Cancer Research UK The Poets Quartet will be playing a selection of classical and modern pieces. They will be joined by Thornbury Good Afternoon Choir who will sing a eclectic mix of songs, popular ballads, folk music and songs from the musicals. United Reformed Church, Thornbury, from 7pm. 

7. Get in the garden and plant potatoes, garlic or asparagus. It’s also the time of year to sow hardy annuals for the Summer.

8. Enjoy a classic Ayckbourn: Ten Times Table starring Robert Daws at The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham.

9. Get spooked at a screening of the HG Wells horror The Invisible Man at Vue Cinema in Stroud

10. Cook the recipe of the week: Herby Spring Chicken Pot Pie