The Urban Guide to the Countryside
Gloucestershire Edition

Category: What’s On

The Muddy Guide: Thu 23 to Wed 29

23 Mar 2017

The weather may be busy prevaricating about what it’s doing – warm, cold, sunny, rainy – but don’t let that stop you from getting out there and enjoying what’s on this week – from a bring-it-to-the people pop-up opera in a brewery to an über-cool Pop Art exhibition on tour from London. Just don’t forget to pack your all-weather gear.

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The Muddy Guide: Thu 16 to Wed 22 March

16 Mar 2017

We’re halfway through Race Week – and here are the runners and the riders for a good time for the week ahead, from a St Patrick’s Day at the races (and night at the bar) to middle-aged laughs and Shakesperian tragedy.

St Patrick’s Thursday, Cheltenham Races, Thu 16 March

St Patrick’s Day comes a day early at Cheltenham this year to make way for Race Week’s Gold Cup finale on Friday.

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The Muddy Guide – Thu 9 March to Wed 15 March

9 Mar 2017

There’s a whole lot going on this week, as Cheltenham Race week kicks off. Also on the menu – macaroons, kitchen sink drama and a wine and cheese movie night.

Peter Hook and The Light, Gloucester Guildhall, Thu 9 March

Back in the day, if you wanted to tie your street cred to a band, it didn’t get much cooler than Joy Division and its later incarnation New Order.

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The Muddy Guide – Thu 2 March to Wed 8 March

2 Mar 2017

February’s over, there’s a sniff of spring in the air (just don’t look at the forecast), let’s go out and have some fun. In this week’s guide there’s singing, dancing, cycling that feels like dancing, fine dining, art, an International Women’s Day meditation (*om*) and more.

Rebel Soul Music Club, The Retreat, Cheltenham, Thu 2 March

Feeling inspired by The Voice and reckon you’ve got one on you?

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Grab the remote and shhh! Two unmissable TV shows tonight

28 Feb 2017

Tonight, I will be downing tools, turning off my phone, and commandeering the sofa, remote and wine from 9pm – 11pm as not one, but two, fantastic TV shows arrive on the small screen.

First up, at 9pm on BBC1 is The Replacement, a three-part thriller. Muddy editor-in-chief Hero was lucky enough to go to a preview screening of the first episode and reports that it is edge-of-your seat stuff.

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