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 soglos.com
Contact one of the many Visitor Information Centres around the AONB to find out more about events going on in the area.
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This workshop is designed to get the best out of your phone or tablet. These devices have great cameras with many advanced features, there is much to learn. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Tom Hanks stars in this thrilling portrait of heroic airline pilot.
Everyday objects are transformed into objects of colour and texture that evoke past and present memories to the onlooker. 'Fields of View' exposes the varied techniques and finishes that can be achieved through the use of oils.
This workshop is for the next level photographer with a good digital camera( DSLR/ Bridge/ advanced compact). We will concentrate on techniques to improve the composition of your shots for landscape, portrait and action shots, in particular the workshop focuses on depth of field, rule of thirds and techniques such as exposure compensation. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
An astronomical evening with the Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group. After a hearty supper, let these knowledgeable stargazers guide you through the night sky as you look through powerful telescopes at the moon, planets and stars. BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Holly Martins, a na´ve writer of pulp westerns, arrives in Vienna to meet his old friend Harry Lime (the incomparable Orson Welles) but finds that Lime has apparently been killed in a suspicious accident
This is a fund raising event organized by the Cotswold School PTA.
For a thousand years, monasteries were a dominating presence in the British landscape. Their reign was cut short in the 16th century but their remains fascinate even today.
Come along and experience the power of steam and water. Watch the laws of physics at work in all aspects of this restored sawmill and workshop that once served the Blenheim Palace Estate. Enjoy this working industrial museum with its late 19th Century Steam Beam Engine. Line Shafting together with the working restored Waterwheel and dual Blacksmiths Forge.
This art exhibition celebrates the fascinating anatomy, diversity, colour, shape, form and importance of insects