This Autumn Strike a Light are running some workshops - choose from Crowdfunding, writing bids, ACE project grants and more...Read More
Stroud Book Festival brings the best in new writing from some of the finest novelists, non-fiction writers, poets, children’s authors and storytellers from Gloucestershire and beyond.
The 2018 Festival runs from 7-11 November 2018Read More
A dark contemporary comedy from Hexagon Theatre CompanyRead More
Come and listen to Philip Harper demystify the subject of Artistic Direction.
Philip will discuss the importance to artistic leaders of self-learning, curious listening and wild imagination, as well as covering the basics of 'on the ground' artistic direction as a conductor working with bands in rehearsals.
Join us for facilitated workshops & discussion to share experience and learning around: Integration of disabled & non-disabled performers in Carnival parade, & Integration of South Asian arts influences into Carnival. Also, to share your experience & knowledge to help form ambitious joined up plans for the future!Read More
Interested in building a creative career, working freelance or starting a business? Then let us help you! Find out how you can take your creative career to the next level in this FREE evening workshop. No suits allowed!Read More
Gallery space on board a converted River Severn Barge moored adjacent to the Museum.Read More
Playback Theatre is a unique form of improvised theatre that invites a true story from an audience member which is then re-enacted on the spot. Playback Theatre is now practiced worldwide as community theatre drawing people together through the bonding experience of shared stories.
World Fun Day: Cheltenham Together’s annual event takes place on Saturday 18 August, 12pm-4pm, Winston Churchill Gardens, Cheltenham. Lots of activities, music and food, plus an opportunity to participate in a consultation about a proposed street festival for the lower high street.Read More
Opportunity to get involved in R&D sharing for a project exploring gender, drag and femme in performance. Hyper Fem challenges restrictive gender norms dictated and commodified by the patriarchy and questions the possibility of subverting these roles using a female body as the site for this satirical performance.Read More
Worcestershire Arts Partnership is running a series of CPD courses aimed at developing skills in the arts and cultural sector. At only £10 for a half day course, with some excellent speakers, this is a great value way to develop your arts/cultural organisationRead More
Exhibition of paintings of local places, mostly in Stroud which are dear and familiar to many. Sanctuary - where you feel safe, peaceful, shelteredRead More
Participate in premier arts trail The Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail currently taking place across the Cotswolds until September the 9th.Read More
Spaces available for artists and models. Live model art sessions, every Wednesday in Highnam, Gloucester. All abilities welcome, any medium, tuition available.Read More
Organised in association with British Music Society with an impressive list of jurors and advisors from Royal Academy of Music, the New Talent British International Youth Music Competition promises to be a highlight of London's music calendar and an extremely rewarding experience for those young musicians who take part.Read More
The City Choir of Washington present their inaugural tour of the UK, and are coming to Gloucester to perform at Gloucester Cathedral on 5th July.Read More
Taking place on the 20th June at WWT Slimbridge. In this workshop you slow down and use photography, mindfulness, and walking to look again at the world around you. You learn to take notice and see the extraordinary in the ordinary.Read More
Mother Who Make is a sharing session supporting mothers who are artists and makers to explore their practice with their children present, valuing equally their dual roles of mother and artist.Read More
Welcome to Creative Takeovers: a weekly co-working event for creatives in Gloucester. At Blackfriars Enterprise Hub in the city centre, 10am-5pm every Wednesday. You can drop in when you like. Work around other creatives where there is coffee, wifi and FREE support for your business from Uni of Glos staff.Read More
Creative Carers Project is a shared studio/work space for creative’s of all disciplines who care for young children between the ages of 0-7yrs.Read More