Ten things to do in Gloucestershire this weekend - January 19-20
If you're not going sick of the snow, there are a host of things to do in Gloucestershire this weekend. Here at TiG's top 10 things to keep you and your family entertained.
- Get your kids out of the cold and into Gloucester Guildhall for a family cinema experience. The Winter Family Films event is on Saturday and the animated film for this weekend is Rise of the Guardians, showing at 3pm. Tickets cost £5.50, £4.50 for concessions and £3 for under 16s.
- There's a publicity day at Gloucestershire Airport with a holiday, travel and leisure weekend, to show people the range of services available at the airport in Staverton near Cheltenham. Weather permitting, there will be a range of airborne opportunities such as hot air balloon rides, helicopter flights and even wing-walking.
- The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, sponsored by Veolia Environnement, comes to Gloucester this week after its launch in London. Fans of great photography can see the best of 48,000 entries from 98 countries at the Nature in Art centre off the A38 at Twigworth near Gloucester.
- Those who fancy a bracing outdoor run can take part in the New Year's Resolution Family Fun, starting at the Tewkesbury School and Sports Centre at 10am on Saturday. It's free to enter.
- In Cirencester, it's the opening weekend of an exhibition by Brazilian artist Nancy Pickard. Her display of paintings, sculptures, ceramics and wall pieces is called A Cat May Look at a Queen and will be held at New Brewery Arts from 9am on Saturday only, as well as further dates next week. Call 01285 657181 for more information.
- There is a Decoy Demonstration at the Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetland Trust centre from 2pm on Saturday, although this date is subject to change so check with the centre on 01453 891 223 first. Normal admissions charges apply.
- In Dursley, the town's Operatic and Dramatic Society will put on its Sleeping Beauty pantomime at the Lister Hall at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets cost between £7 and £10 and you can call 07890 203318 for more information.
- Local band Base 11 is playing at The Brunswick pub and music venue in Park Road, Gloucester on Saturday night.
- There is also a production of a Dick Whittington pantomime taking place at the Kings Theatre in Kings Barton Street, Gloucester, at 7.30pm on Friday and Saturday nights, with a matinee performance at 2.30pm on Saturday. Tickets cost £7 or £5 concessions.
David Dickinson's appearance in Gloucester has been cancelled.
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