If you’re looking for things to do in Gloucester and Cheltenham this Christmas, look no further! As always, there is a whole host of festivities for the entire family to enjoy. Keep on reading to find out more!

A Christmas Carol at the Everyman Theatre

Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol” is on show at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham from Wednesday 7th to Friday 23rd December. This Christmas favourite is family friendly, so if you like the theatre, there is no better way to get into the festive season with family and friends than to enjoy this heart-warming tale

Sudeley Castle’s Spectacle of Light
Watch the grounds come to life in a display of light and sound as Sudeley Castle hosts its very first Spectacle of Light this winter. From Thursday 1st to Friday 23rd December, visitors have the chance to roam the castle and its grounds, following a trail of light through the magical gardens after dark. Enjoy a selection of festive treats, such as a glass of mulled wine or a hot chocolate before the grand finale.


The Christmas Ball at Cheltenham Town Hall

With live music from the Roger Chinnery band, ball room cabaret and even mince pies to be enjoyed, Cheltenham’s annual Christmas Ball promises to be a fun evening with family and friends. As always, the Christmas Ball will be taking place at the Town Hall, one of Cheltenham’s finest venues, from 7:30pm on Thursday the 23rd December.

Carols in The Park

Head down to Cheltenham’s Pitville Park for an evening of family fun and seasonal sing-a-longs on Friday the 23rd December. You can even enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie or two before joining Northleach choir in performing all of your favourite Christmas carols. This festive favourite is open to all ages, and there will even be fake snow to keep the little ones entertained.

Christmas at Dobbie’s Garden Centre

If you want to catch Santa before he heads off to deliver his presents, make a trip to Dobbie’s Garden Centre in Cirencester, where the elves have been busy preparing for the jolly red man’s arrival. He’ll be hosting a number of breakfasts and suppers throughout the festive period, and a selection of other events leading right up until Christmas Eve. Children can enjoy a delicious meal before games, activities, and receiving a small gift from Santa himself.

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