In What's On

There's plenty going on in Gloucester in November, so here's a few highlights for you to look forward to!

Bright Nights

1 November to 30 November, various locations

Experience the first instalments of the Bright Nights programme. With several different events throughout the month, these light installations will bring colour, light, and joy to the city as the nights get longer.


History, Her Story, Their Story, Our Story - Works inspired and mentored by photographer Vanley Burke

1 November to 30 November, Museum of Gloucester

Inspired by renowned photographer Vanley Burke, this exhibition shows work from Gloucester artists who have worked with the community, using the lead question "When was the first time you saw a person of a different ethnicity to you?" as their stimulus. School pupils were encouraged to ask the oldest person they know the question, and the stories gathered were explored in workshops that took place between the pupils and the artists. With mentoring from Mr Burke, the artists have responded creatively to the stories that they were told from the pupils.

Festive Orchard Street Market

6 November to 28 November, Gloucester Quays

Get ahead with your Christmas shopping at this festive-themed market. Happening every weekend in November, the Festive Orchard Street Market has up to 70 stalls on offer, providing a fantastic mix of gifts and crafts, as well as delicious street food and yummy foodie products.

Open Air Ice Rink

25 November to 30 November, Gloucester Quays

Get your skates on and glide round the impressive open air Ice Rink on Orchard Square. The ice rink opens in November and runs until the beginning of January.


Live Music at Gloucester Guildhall

Looking for your live music fix? Gloucester Guildhall has a whole host of concerts to enjoy this November, including The Upbeat Beatles, Lucy Spraggan, Take A Chance on Us... ABBA Tribute, and The Quireboys.  

If live music isn't your thing, they also have a range of films showing throughout the month, as well as live comedy and theatre events.

To see more of what's going on this November, click here.




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