Broadway Food Festival
Sunday, September 10, 10am-4pm
Broadway Village Green
Featuring artisan food producers, cooking demos by local chefs and delicious food to go.
Royal Shakespeare Company
‘The Play’s The Thing‘
25 September 2017 – 01 April 2018
For the family
Stratford-upon-Avon Music Festival
26 September to 3 October 2017
Now celebrating the 22nd year, the Festival has become a key event in the cultural calendar of this unique and historic town and presents a fantastic programme of internationally renowned names and emerging artists from classical, jazz, folk and world music.
Cotswolds Food and Drink Fayre
Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22
Toddington Railway Station car park
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The Cheltenham Literary Festival
6 to 15 October 2017
This year’s second Gypsy Horse Fair at Stow-on-the-Wold
Thursday 19 October 2017
The gypsy horse fair attracts hundreds of sightseers to Stow twice a year. Gipsies gather from all corners of England for a meet and greet and hundreds of horses are paraded and sold, all in one day. It’s quite a site! So how did it all begin and why Stow-on-the-Wold. As you might expect, when dealing with a Cotswold tradition, you have to go back a very long way.
* The Lost Words – authors
– Saturday 21 October – Sunday 17 December
* IN-LIGHT II with Luxmuralis
– Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 October, 6.30-8.30pm
* Jane Austen Celebrations: 200 years
– Throughout October
MUSIC AT STOW FESTIVAL
26 OCTOBER TO 28 OCTOBER 2017
at St Edward’s Church, Stow-On-The-Wold, GL54 1AB
The Open – Cheltenham
Late Night Christmas Shopping In Broadway
24th November & 1st December 2017:
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING 5.30-8.30pm.
Music ~ Street Entertainers ~Double Decker Bus Rides ~ the Local Fire Service Fund Raising ~ Tree of Light ~ Mulled Wine ~ Festive Food ~ plus Great Shops & Eateries!
Saturday 25 November 2017
Moreton’s 7th Christmas Market with over 50 stalls lining the High Street selling a great selection of Christmas gifts and food including soaps, candles, jewellery, hand made products for the home, wooden gifts, festive wreaths & garlands to name a few. Further Charity and Local Organisation stalls in the Redesdale Hall, also from 9 am. Local singers and carol singing by the local schools will be on the stage during the day. Carol Service in the afternoon followed by the arrival of Father Christmas & Light Switch-On. Father Christmas will then be in his Grotto in The Redesdale Hall for Children to visit him.
– Starts at 9 am Free Entry.