Six of the best events to put in your calender

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Annabel Playfair

The Fosse Gallery, The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold

Accomplished Cotswold artist, Annabel Playfair is holding her second solo exhibition at The Fosse Gallery, a real treat for art-lovers.

There will be around 40 paintings in the exhibition priced from £800 to £6,000.

Open Monday-Saturday, from 10.30am-5pm.

September 8 – 28

More details, fossegallery.com

The Ebbing Hour

The Everyman Theatre, Regent Street, Cheltenham

In this outstanding piece of original, physical and contemporary theatre, Softsod’s powerful drama is packed with depth, intrigue and pathos, alongside humility and humour to bring us slowly, expertly face-to-face with our own slender grip on reality.

Tickets from £10.

September 12 & 13

More details, everymantheatre.org.uk

National Cupcake Week

Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire

Meet the very lovely and talented Katharine Edwards, a superb expert cake decorator from Cherish Cakes and learn how to decorate your very own cupcake to take home.

All members of the family are welcome to take part

There’s only a small fee of £2 to cover costs, opening times apply.

September 22

More details, berkeley-castle.com

Hidden Notes

St Laurence Church, 52 High Street, Stroud

A showcase of the finest artists, giving them a platform to perform new music and collaborations.

The unique and eclectic line-up will feature musicians from all over the world.

Day tickets £30, full weekend tickets £55.

September 28 & 29

More details, hiddennotes.co.uk

Character Conversations

Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Winchcombe

This is the most delicious chance to indulge in a rare opportunity to meet some of Sudeley Castle’s most fascinating female historical figures, ideal for groups, tickets cost £25 per person and include admission, cream tea and talk.

At 3pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout September.

September 3 – 30

More details, sudeley.org.uk

Cheltenham Literature Festival

Various venues

For ten days every autumn, Cheltenham is transformed into a literary lover’s dream as the regency town welcomes over 600 of the world’s finest writers, actors, politicians, poets and leading opinion formers to celebrate the joy of the written word.

Ticket prices vary.

October 4 – 13

More details, cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature

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