The Croft at The Everyman Cheltenham

The Croft at Cheltenham Everyman is satisfyingly gripping. The new thriller by Ali Milles, is set in the remote Scottish Highlands village of Coillie Ghille where we encounter three women from different eras whose lives are intertwined by a dark history. Set in the ‘croft’ – a small cottage style building, the play successfully weaves... Continue Reading →

Cinderella at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre

I haven’t been to a pantomime since I was about seven and I’ve clearly been missing out on this wonderful Christmas tradition! If they’re anything like Cinderella at Cheltenham’s Everyman then I need to make it an unmissable family visit every year! Set in Cheltenham, including Sudeley Castle and Pittville, the panto has something for... Continue Reading →

A Visit to the National Waterways Museum

(Ad/review – we were invited along to review the museum) Did you know you can go on a boat trip in Gloucester Docks? A 45-minute trip on the Queen Boadicea can be part of your visit to the National Waterways Museum. The lovely boat trip along the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal includes an interesting and... Continue Reading →

A Gem of a Museum in Cheltenham

If you like the idea of stepping back in time, finding out about interesting history and taking part in some great activities for both children and adults then visit Holst Birthplace Museum in Cheltenham. After paying for your admission which is only £6 for adults, £2 for children and under 5s free, you have an... Continue Reading →

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