THE STORY OF GUITAR HEROES “If you like music and guitars you will LOVE this show!” Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Hank Marvin, Brian May and Slash are just some of the outstanding guitar heroes you will have chance to experience in one amazing show! This live concert style 'rockumentry' will be performed by one extraordinarily talented musician - Phil Walker, and backed by his exceptional band. With over 20 guitars used on stage, they will accurately recreate the sound and ambiance of each guitar hero starting from the 1950's to the present day. Also offering the very latest in video screen technology and much more to get your heart racing! This awe inspiring show not only appeals to all those budding guitar heroes out there, but to music lovers of all ages. “If you like music and guitars... you will LOVE this show!”
This year Cheltenham's Christmas market will be located on the Promenade and have up to 40 Christmas stalls.
From Thursday 26th November, every Thursday will be late night Christmas shopping in Cheltenham.
A festive feast of music and readings for all the family!
Cheltenham Choral Society, conducted by Ian Higginson and accompanied by Neil Fortin
The farmers market in Cheltenham is held on the second and last friday of each month
You are invited to join us for our inaugural Charity Winter Ball at the iconic Pittville Pump Room for an evening of indulgence, fun and entertainment.
Music by J S Bach, Charpentier, and Carols.
David Webster says: "I keep buying books. Books about belief, God, atheism and ethics. But they just waste my time. They're full of fine-grained detail, but you can discern the author's position by the end of a page. They're going to massage evidence to fit their tedious thesis. I opened a range of these books today, lurking in a damp Gloucester with a few hours to kill. They made me feel like a loser. An idiot by association. To be affiliated with the world of contemporary, popular, writing about religion or atheism seems to be implicated in a circus of screeching stupidity."
There is no doubt that quantum physics embodies mind-blowing concepts that force us to question the very nature of reality. And if there’s a contender for our current best “theory of everything” then quantum mechanics wins hands down. But, far too often, the word “quantum” signals the worst type of vacuous pseudoscientific gobbledegook. It’s exploited by those who are entirely clueless about the underlying physics -- or, worse, should know better -- to evoke a misplaced mysticism about the ‘holistic’ nature of the universe. Moreover, when consciousness and quantum collide, the nonsense factor goes through the roof…