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Ten things to do in Gloucestershire this weekend

By Gloucestershire Echo  |  Posted: April 18, 2014

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TODAY 18.04.14-SUNDAY 20.04.14

EVENT

The Way of the Cross

Performed by people from the Christian community, it’s a chance to re-live, on the streets of Gloucester, the events that led up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

Gates of Gloucester Cathedral

From 10am

07773 345816.

TODAY 18.04.14

STAGE

Theo the Mouse

Wink Taylor’s character creation returns with a new show.

Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

1.30pm and 4pm

£8.50

01242 572573

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TOMORROW 19.04.14

MUSIC

The Chip Shop Boys

Cheltenham cover band perform as part of a Black Dog charity fundraising event.

Gloucester Guildhall

7.30pm

£10

01452 503050

TODAY 18.04.14-19.04.14

STAGE

This May Hurt A Bit

Jane Wymark and Stephanie Cole star in a hard-hitting political comedy about the NHS.

Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

7.45pm today, 2pm and 7.45pm tomorrow

£13-£27

01242 572573

TOMORROW 19.04.14-SUNDAY 20.04.14

DAYS OUT

Tewkesbury Big Weekend

Boat parade, vintage fair and a children’s fairground are among the attractions.

Venues across Tewkesbury

10.30am-5pm

Free

www.tewkesburybigweekend.co.uk

TODAY 18.04.14-Monday 21.04.14

EVENT

Ale, Cider and Pasty Festival

Cornish real ales and cider and a selection of music make this a perfect day out.

Crown & Sceptre, Stroud

Free

TODAY 18.04.14-MONDAY 21.04.14

DAYS OUT

Room on the Broom Trail

Dean Heritage Centre, Forest of Dean

Gather up the family and follow a woodland trail with characters based on Julia Donaldson’s popular book.

01594 822170

10am-5pm

TOMORROW 19.04.14

EVENT

Witcombe Cider Festival warm-up

Exclusive event with only 300 tickets available ahead of the main festival in August.

Blackfriars Priory, Gloucester

£10

www.witcombeciderfestival.co.uk

TODAY 18.04.14

MUSIC

Steamroller

Five-piece rock, pop, blues and soul band perform with special guest Peter Gill on keyboards.

The Wheatsheaf function room , Old Bath Road, Cheltenham

8.30pm

£4 on the door

TODAY 18.04.14

FILM

The Book Thief

Touching adaptation of the Markus Zusak book set in the Second World War.

5.45pm

£5.50

01452 503050

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