Welcome to our events page where you will find a variety of events, festivals and other entertainment going on in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Use the events calendar to search for events by month, or click on ‘all events’ to view a full list.    In addition, the side menu displays a wide range of events happening in areas of the Cotswolds, as listed by

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19/12/14 10:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Throughout December school holidays Collections team will be putting a number of unusual objects on display. Will you be able to work out what they are?

22/12/14 14:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Join Emma Stuart for a look at vintage Christmas.

26/12/14 10:00:00 |
: Batsford Arboretum, Batsford, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos GL56 9AB

Shake off the Christmas Day excesses at Batsford Arboretum

29/12/14 10:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Join Jane for a fun drop in creating your very own winter themed mask.

This story of a young delinquent who struggles to adapt to life in a new town is ripe for rediscovery thanks to a sizzling new 4K restoration.

10/01/15 10:00:00 - 08/02/15 16:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

The exhibition entitled, 'Two Genres' makes reference to the dual strands, developed in parallel, in more recent works - abstract and figurative.

16/01/15 14:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

A must see for those wishing to gain a deeper understanding of collections care.

24/01/15 14:15:00 - 25/01/15 16:00:00 |
: CoriniumMuseum

Pride- is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It's the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike.

29/01/15 19:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

We all know that Cirencester was an important Roman town and that the Cotswolds were populated by rich villas. But how did town and country fit together? Just what role did Cirencester play?

12/02/15 14:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Emma and Heather will take a closer look at Iron Age and Saxon coins.