Witness three academics take on each other and a somewhat bemused teddy bear in an interdisciplinary battle of ideas.
From the archives at the University of Gloucestershire, to the Cotswold village of Dymock, to the outbreak of the First World War, this stage play shines a new light on the life and times of the celebrated Dymock Poets.
A chance to experience live performances by established voices and rising stars.
At the University of Gloucestershire, and in the wider community, there exists an array of brilliant people working in different creative industries - this is where they meet!
Take part in the 2015 Cheltenham Challenge and support Sue Ryder’s incredible hospice and neurological care.
One of the UK's most outspoken and well-qualified opponents of alternative medicine and bad science, pharmacologist David Colquhoun runs the DC's Improbable Science blog, which is devoted to criticism of scientific fraud and quackery. It has a particular focus on alternative medicine, including homeopathy, Traditional Chinese medicine, herbal medicine and other practices, which he calls 'pure gobbledygook'.
Cancer Research UK’s Cheltenham Race for Life is BACK! And we need you to stand up, stretch your hamstrings and be counted. Race for Life Pretty Muddy is our brilliant 5k muddy obstacle course where you can show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink.
Join us for a spectacular bike ride through the Cotswolds this July. Choose between an 11 or 35-mile route, depending on your cycling ability. If you're feeling really fit, why not take on the 70-mile challenge by completing two laps of the 35-mile route? The event starts and finishes at Burley Fields in Leckhampton - just 300 metres from Sue Ryder's Leckhampton Court Hospice.