May
5
Sep 10

Exhibition 'Embroidered Bodies: Garments, Stitches and Stories from the Ashmolean Museum' at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery 65 High Street

Clothing tells a multitude of human stories, with each embroidered stitch contributing to the tale. This exhibition introduces the Ashmolean’s diverse textile collections through a selection of exquisite, crafted garments, expressing themes of personal identity, local tradition, and international trade. Contact: 01386 859047 or events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk   More details ....

 

Jun
23
9:00 pm21:00

Jenna Hone - Crown & Trumpet Inn

  • Crown & Trumpet Inn

Jenna belongs to no genre, because what she does is beyond folk, blues, soul, or any hyphenated combination of those categories. She has got something unique in her voice that's very subtle that seeps into your bones.

Jun
25
1:30 pm13:30

Simply Mustangs UK Visit Broadway

After their annual Simply Mustangs UK 'Cotswolds Cruise', in excess of 35 Ford Mustangs from classic to new will 'rumble' into the picturesque village of Broadway around 1.30pm and be on display along the sides of the picture postcard high street.

A great day out for all of the family in a stunning village with an abundance of fantastic pubs, restaurants & cafes, great shopping, one of the best playgrounds for kids of all ages, and of course... an AWESOME display of iconic Mustangs!

Jun
29
8:45 pm20:45

Cool Hand (Pete Hayward & Graham Harrison) - Crown & Trumpet Inn

  • Crown & Trumpet Inn

Acoustic Roots and Blues Duo - Singer/guitarist Peter Hayward and harmonica player Graham Harrison have both been playing blues since they were teenagers in 1960s. Although they were influenced by classic old-time blues singers like Bill Big Broonzy, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee they also bring the same spirit to the more modern songs that they also include in their repertoire. 

Oct
5
7:00 pm19:00

'Skyscape' a talk by Katherine Wodehouse at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Skyscape, a talk by Katherine Wodehouse, curator of the upcoming Skyscape exhibition. Admission to talk: £10 to include a glass of white wine. Talk start time: 7pm. Admission half an hour before start of talk for drink, viewing, shopping and conversation. Contact: 01386 859047 or events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk  More details ....

Dec
14
7:00 pm19:00

Talk 'Arts and Crafts' at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Arts and Crafts evening including Jacky Mahony on ‘Transition initiated by changing sites of practice and fuel type’. Admission to talk: £10 to include a glass of white wine. Talk start time: 7pm. Admission half an hour before start of talk for drink, viewing, shopping and conversation. Contact: 01386 859047 or events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk  More details ....


Jun
17
9:00 pm21:00

Tom Forbes - The Crown & Trumpet Inn

  • Crown & Trumpet Inn

By using the loop pedal people can hear Tom build up layers of sound which include; beat boxing, harmonies, guitar overdubs, bongos, cajon and other percussion, which gives the impression that there are more musicians at work. This unique style with his vocals and guitar over the top makes Tom stand out from the crowd.

Jun
16
9:00 pm21:00

Frazer Lepford - The Crown & Trumpet Inn

  • Crown & Trumpet Inn

His eclectic and tasteful mixture of songs are all instantly recognisable, made distinctively his own with his versatile and beautiful tone. Expect classic songs, firm favourites, forgotten classics and some of the best songs by the greatest artists of all time. More details ....

Jun
15
7:00 pm19:00

Talk 'Embroidered Bodies: Garments, Stitches and Stories from the Ashmolean Museum' at at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Embroidered Bodies: Garments, Stitches and Stories from the Ashmolean Museum by Aimee Payton. Admission to talk: £10 to include a glass of white wine. Talk start time: 7pm. Admission half an hour before start of talk for wine, viewing, shopping and conversation. Contact: 01386 859047 or  events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk   More details ....

Jun
10
Jun 11

Heineken Race To The (BROADWAY) Tower - Double Marathon

A double marathon through the heart of the Cotswolds - through quaint traditional villages and finishing at the magnificent Broadway Tower, home to one of the best views in the country. Break the event into two days and enjoy our legendary basecamp or for the ultimate test, complete the full route non-stop! Alternatively there is the option to only run the Day 1 or the Day 2 route. www.racetothetower.com

May
26
6:30 pm18:30

Open Evening at Broadway Station - including Bar, Barbecue & Raffle

  • Broadway Station

Friday 26 May: OPEN EVENING at BROADWAY STATION 6:30 to 8:30pm. See the progress made on the reconstruction of the station by the volunteer workers of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway. There will be a BAR, BARBECUE and RAFFLE .
Please Note: Owing to work in progress on the site the layout will be different from that of previous years. Therefore, please come on foot if you can. If you come by car, please park in the CHILDSWICKHAM ROAD CAR PARK. A SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE will run from there to the station site. There will be limited parking on site for blue badge holders only.

May
18
7:00 pm19:00

Talk 'Archaeology: Broadway Overview – Who’s Been Here?' at at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Archaeology: Broadway Overview – Who’s Been Here? Admission to talks: £10 to include a glass of white wine. Talk start time: 7pm. Admission half an hour before start of talk for wine, viewing, shopping and conversation. Contact: 01386 859047 or  events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk  More details ....

Mar
23
6:00 pm18:00

Talk from Curator Caroline Palmer on Gertrude Hermes & the Natural World at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

  • Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Talk about one of the most innovative wood engravers of the twentieth century, Gertrude Hermes OBE (1901–1983), who developed a highly distinctive style that combined technical virtuosity with bold imagination. Doors open at 6pm for the talk to commence at 6.30pm. Tickets £10 including a refreshment. Contact: 01386 859047 or  events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk  More details ....

Mar
21
7:00 pm19:00

Talk on William Morris in the Cotswolds

  • Lifford Hall

‘William Morris in the Cotswolds’ a lecture by Juliet Heslewood. Tickets £7 via the website. Free to members of the Broadway History Society plus Benefactors and Patrons of the Broadway Arts Festival and under 16's.  Lifford Hall, Lower Green, Broadway, WR12 7BUat 7pm (bar opens at 6pm). broadwayartsfestival.com

Feb
18
9:00 pm21:00

Cheshire Brooks - The Crown & Trumpet Inn

  • Crown & Trumpet Inn

Cheshire Brooks are professional musicians who know how to play to an audience. Great songs played with soul and passion - Jase (Brooks) and Mikey (Cheshire) want everyone up and having a good time with there list of classic hits from the 60's - 90's.