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// Out & About in September


Madame Butterfly, Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Saturday 23rd September, 2pm and 7.30pm Russian State Opera present Puccini’s doomed love affair between an American Naval Officer and his young Japanese bride. This has been one of the most popular operas for over a century. A touching tale of innocent love crushed between two utterly different cultures resonates as strongly as ever in today’s world. Prices vary www.everymantheatre.org.uk


Comedy Night, Kingsholm, Gloucester Friday 29th September, 7pm Hosted by local boy Nik Hill, the Comedy Club will introduce 4 handpicked comedians from across the UK. Tickets £10 when purchased in advance tickets.gloucesterrugby.co.uk


Biggest Macmillan Coffee Morning at East Glos Club, Old Bath Road, Cheltenham Friday 29th September, 10am to 12.30pm Now in it’s 15th year, this annual event is growing ever more popular. A host of individual stalls with products you won’t find in the High Street, plus a bigger and better cake stall together with our grand raffle held in the Club Cafe, ensures a lively, fun filled morning. Free entry and free parking. www.eastglos.co.uk


Interiors Masterclass with Farrow & Ball, Including Garden Tour & Lunch at Highgrove House, near Tetbury Wednesday 18th October, 10.30am Learn how to transform your home with International Colour Consultant for Farrow & Ball, Joa Studholme, on this one-day event at Highgrove combining a home interiors masterclass with a guided tour of HRH The Prince of Wales’s private gardens, and a two course lunch served in the beautiful setting of the Orchard Restaurant. Tickets £75 per person www.highgrovegardens.com/farrow&ball2017


CHARITY Pied Piper Silver Anniversary Ball, Highnam Court, Highnam Saturday 23rd September, 7pm to 3am Join us and celebrate 25 years of the Pied Piper Appeal at our Silver Ball. Enjoy a welcome drink and 4-course dinner. Dancing to the Chip Shop Boys. Bacon rolls at 1am and carriages at 3am. Buy tickets online or call 0300 422 6119. Tickets: £75 per person, with tables up to 12 people www.piedpiperappeal.co.uk


Swinga Thong, Kettle Bell Challenge, St Edward’s Senior School, Cheltenham Saturday 30th September, 9am to 9pm Raise money for LINC buy signing up to a two-hour session as part of the 12-hour Kettle bell event. Decorate a thong and wear it over your gym kit! There will be different music, genres and exercise focus, a DJ and wellbeing stalls. Cost: £20 per person www.lincfund.org


Walk for Wildlife, River Lugg, Herefordshire Saturday 30th September, 9am to 4pm An inaugural Walk for Wildlife - raising money for Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s Reserves Appeal. The walk will run through the heart of Herefordshire, from the historic Lugg Meadow, following the picturesque River Lugg north through riverside pastures to finish at Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum. The walk will cover 12.5 miles and is suitable for older children (or very young children in slings or baby carriers). The route will not be suitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs or mobility scooters. There will be some rough ground, some steep climbs and no doubt mud! Dogs welcome but must be on leads at all times. www.herefordshirewt.org/events


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