From cosy country pubs to the award winning farmers markets in Stroud, farm shops and specialist butchers and grocers, there is lots to explore.
Volunteer-run Fair Trade Cafe serving home made cakes and biscuits including famous handmade Rabbit biscuits, fair traded coffee and tea, cards, gifts and books. Small play area for young children with toys, games and books next to the tables.
45 Long Street Wotton-under-Edge, GL12 7BX
Atelier is textile & craft heaven, running workshops, events, a repair cafe, gallery and co-working studios for creatives. Be creative Be inspired by ideas, fabric, yarn, books and more.
1st Floor 19A Lower Street, Stroud, GL5 2HT
A vibrant cafe set in the heart of the market town of Dursley. Serving locally sourced food and cakes that are made on the premises daily. Priding themselves on honest, tasty food, great coffee and friendly service.
80 Parsonage St, Dursley GL11 4AB, GL11 4AB
A multi award winning country pub with roaring log fires and cosy corners and a beautifully landscaped garden and courtyard for summer means the Bell has something for all seasons.Serving hearty, traditional food prepared with fresh ingredients
Sapperton, Nr Cirencester, GL7 6LE
A friendly bistro atmosphere serving afternoon tea, brunch, lunch, homemade scones and cakes, through to a three-course supper menu and cocktails.
Also private hire for celebrations from birthdays and baby showers to intimate wedding receptions and engagements.
38 Silver Street, Dursley, GL11 4ND
It's a small, traditional, family and dog friendly pub just up from Bowbridge Lock on the canal. With an exciting range of real ales, ciders and premium lagers. Good, honest and freshly made food served daily. There's a games room and a separate room for private meetings or watching sports on the TV.
London Road, Stroud, GL5 2AY
Set on the hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, Burleigh Court Hotel has wonderful views. An 18th-century Cotswold-stone manor house, the hotel boasts a large garden, which is listed in the Good Garden Guide, as well as an restaurant and a bar. Afternoon Tea is a speciality as well as Sunday lunch.
Burleigh, Minchinhampton, GL5 2PF
a traditional free house pub lying in the heart of 'Cider With Rosie' country in the Sheepscombe valley near Painswick. Still very much a village pub the area is a magnet for walkers, cyclists and tourists, so come and drink in the panoramic scenery from the garden terrace.
Check out the circular walks on their web site too....
Sheepscombe, Stroud, GL6 7RH
Stylish rooms, a sublime spa, amazing spaces to eat and meet… and 220 glorious acres.
Bring the family, bring a certain someone and absolutely bring your appetite. For top-notch feasting, re-imagined relaxation and a little outdoor adventure.
Calcot & Spa, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8YJ
A much-loved sweet shop stocking all kinds of sweet treats for gifts and occasions, old fashioned and retro sweets offered by the gram, as well as ice cream and coffee.
100% vegan and cruelty free, sugar-free range.
7A Fountain Street, Nailsworth, GL6 0BL
Though part of a chain it is has the feel of a local's cafe. Occupying a corner site in the middle of Stroud it's a great place to watch the world go by, and the Portuguese Egg Tarts (Pastéis de Nata) are fab. If you like these treats then there is an entire stall at the Saturday Farmers Market in Stroud selling only these gems!!
1-2 George Street, Stroud, GL5 3DX
BREAKFAST : COCKTAILS : ALL DAY....We want you to enjoy our food as much as we do, so we pick the best and freshest ingredients daily, to bring you a unique and delicious experience.
Fancy sharing one of our platters with a carafe of wine, or go all out with a three course meal? Buon appetito!
49 London Road, Stroud, GL5 2AD
Sat 3 July 2021
11 and 12 July 2020 is it’s 30th birthday! A packed programme of family fun and entertainment including exciting horsemanship, The Dog and Duck Show, sheepdog demonstrations, falconry, displays and loads for kids. Take your dog for free.
Bathurst Estate, Cirencester Park, Cirencester, GL7 2BU
A seventeenth century ‘cider house’ that is steeped in history and is, quite simply, a perfect village pub nestling in the Cotswold Village of Frampton Mansell. ......Roaring log fires; delicious, traditional, home-cooked food; fine, locally brewed real ales; a beautiful building dating from 1633.
A 12-bedroom hotel annex, ample car parking and exquisite views across the golden valley.
Frampton Mansell, Stroud, GL6 8JG
Roaring fires, beautiful interior and serving up locally inspired flavours. A cellar stocked full of craft ales, fine wines, and fizz - when it comes to Cotswold country pubs, the perfect place to meet and eat in a pretty village setting
High Street, Minchinhampton, Stroud, GL6 9BN
Sit on King Street in the heart of Stroud and watch the world go by. What is it that people love best about Lounging? Is it the food? The cocktails? Our lovely staff? All served in a relaxed, welcoming, big, and bright and space? Or just “lounging”?
9-11 Kings Street, Stroud, GL5 3BX
This gem is hidden away in the Sapperton Valley and sits on the Cotswold Canal towpath, this stretch is part of the Wysis Way. Pretty as a picture and cosy inside, there is a beer garden and even a campsite. Even if you don't want to walk far it's a very short walk into the woods to discover overgrown locks and pools, soon to be uncovered and brought back to life/
Dane Ln, Sapperton, GL7 6LN
Vintage and lifestyle mini department store set in an old water powered textile mill. Modelled on a traditional general store, an eclectic mix of contemporary and vintage treasures with The Canteen cafe next door serving the best coffee and cakes.
Days Mill, 3 Old Market, Nailsworth, GL6 0DU
Lovely farm shop on a dairy farm, advocating sustainable and local ethics. Selling great British produce, with a passion for supporting local businesses. Local meat, cheeses, veg, glass bottle milk from local farms, coffee and cakes.
Middlehall Farm, Eastington, Stonehouse Stroud, GL10 3AY
Independently owned 16th Century hotel, bar, restaurant and wedding venue in bustling Nailsworth in. A sympathetically converted mill provides a perfect setting. 32 en-suite bedrooms, 7 stylish apartments and a unique restaurant.
Stroud Rd, Nailsworth, GL6 0AE
A traditional and relaxed atmosphere with delicious food cooked to the highest standard. Using the finest cuts of carefully selected beef, hung for 28 days, and sourced from the family farm within a 10-mile radius of the kitchen.
20 Church St, Wotton-under-Edge, GL12 7HB
A local legend this is pizza at its best. Fat Toni’s is passionate about fresh, ethically sourced, sustainable food sources.
Sharing, Talking, Laughing, Eating.These actions are some of the oldest foundations of Italian family food culture. Kind of says it all.
Vegan options? YES
Now located next to the VUE Cinema in the centre of Stroud.
26 Gloucester St, Stroud, GL5 1QG
Undergoing an extensive refurbishment. It’s the home of Vue Cinema, Anytime Fitness, Stroud Bowl, Halfords, Fat Toni’s, Domino's, EE, Jojo Maman Bebe, the Food Market and the main town centre car park. Next to the bus station. Lots more to come.
King Street, Stroud, GL5 1RR
The Polo Pub! A beautiful country pub close to Edgeworth & Longdole Polo Clubs and a short drive to Cirencester Park & the Beaufort. UP for various food awards too. Extensive pub gardens and play area. Open log fires in the winter dogs & horses welcome
The Camp, Stroud, GL6 7ES
A traditional coach inn full of character and charm; en guest bedrooms, log burning fires, a traditional drinking bar, a cosy restaurant, and a delightful courtyard beer garden. Cask conditioned ales, including popular local brewery’s such as Stroud, Uley, Wickwar, Gloucester and an excellent menu. Oh, and there is a function room too.
Frocester, Stonehouse, GL10 3TQ
Set in picturesque surroundings beside the River Frome, on the edge of Whitminster Village. Set in countryside just off the A38 and M5 Junction 13, it's easy to find but peaceful and relaxing.
Floral displays, a big mill pond and waterwheel and wildlife in abundance. Seating in three riverside gardens and a spacious interior.
FROMEBRIDGE LANE, WHITMINSTER, GL2 7PB
Latino oasis taking you through a journey of the senses, from carefully designed decor to beautifully elaborated dishes and cocktails, to give you an unforgettable Latin American experience.
The Greyhound Inn, Gloucester Street, Stroud, GL5 1QG
Situated in a beautifully restored Cotswold building. Freshly ground coffee, local ingredients, cheese, breads, organic milk, handmade butter, cream and yogurts. Welcoming vibes are at the heart of the café. Brunch menu, take your kids, your dog and good vibes.
3/4 Market Square Minchinhampton, GL6 9BW
A true family business with five generations of baking experience. The expert team of bakers produce an exceptional range of high quality breads, pastries and confectionery. Also aims to help you become an expert home baker through selling baking kits and their cookery school.
4 George St, Nailsworth, Stroud GL6 0AB, GL6 0AB
A 16th-century coaching inn brimming with original character and charm. Nestled in the lovely Gloucestershire countryside, you’ll find a warm welcome and a relaxed pub and bar. Also offering cosy rooms.
Hunters Hall Inn, Kingscote, Tetbury, United Kingdom,, GL8 8XZ
WINNER OF 'BEST RURAL FOOD BUSINESS UK' 2019
Farm Shop, butchers and Café with Jolly Nice Values. Championing old fashioned, independent, sustainable British food, drink and farming. Showcasing brilliant local farmers and top notch producers. Worth a detour for superb burgers and sublime ice cream and cafe too.
Between Stroud and Cirencester
Frampton Mansell, Stroud, GL6 8HZ
A smart traditional country pub offering a retreat for locals and visitors alike. Join us at the bar for a pint of local ale or glass of wine, dine from our seasonal British menus and stay overnight in our cottage-style accommodation, 2 self-catering cottages and 6 letting bedrooms. Lovely beer garden too.
Didmarton, Nr Badminton, GL9 1DT
Take a canal side unit with a terrace and fill it with shabby chic and an eclectic twist. From breakfast / brunch to an early evening meal, a hot brew to a beer, and cocktail or mocktail to chill out tunes on a friday evening. FAB
Ebley Mill, Stroud, GL5 4UN
Nestled in a delightful Cotswold village this pub is brimming with character and charm and offers customers a warm and relaxing atmosphere in stylish surrounds – drink, dine, relax and there's a cracking beer garden too.
Bring the dog (bar only of course)! Ask for a doggy snack at the bar.
DR CROUCH’S ROAD, EASTCOMBE, GL6 7DN
Discover this Golden Valley bakehouse cafe. Cakes and Patisserie, the famous Gluten Free Orange and Lavender Cake. Breakfast, lunch and Afternoon High Tea. Next to the canal path and The Victoria Works Studios. There’s a charming gift shop too.
20 London Rd, Chalford, GL6 8NW
Far more than a farm shop: tucked in below the Cotswold Edge is a dog friendly Cafe, kitchen takeaway and deli, Roundhouse coffee stop, Walled kitchen garden and garden centre, 20 acres of walks and views.... so don't rush your visit, it's a place to linger. We love the vegan breakfast option, yum (we love bacon too, but this is particularly good).
Popular with cyclists as a stop off.
Dursley Road, Dursley, GL11 6PP
An entirely independent Micro pub, offering a diverse range of real ales & ciders, gins, wine, soft drinks and well as an excellent selection of bottled Belgian and craft beers. If you are wanting food too then grab a takeaway and bring it in, plates and cutlery are offered free. Perfect!!
21 George St, Stroud, GL5 3DP
Warm and welcoming cafe offering delicious light lunches, homemade cake and a range of beverages including a selection of wines and locally brewed beers. External canalside seating and opposite the tow path as the canal passes central Stroud. A very short walk into the centre.
Wallbridge, Stroud, GL5 3JS
Discover this lovely little café tucked away in Withey’s Yard off the High Street. A quirky, beautiful atmosphere and friendly staff with seating in the courtyard, an oasis. The quesedillas and avocado on toast and coffee is fantastic.
Withey's Yard, Stroud, GL5 1AS
A family-run, 2,000 acre rural estate overlooking the Golden Valley. Made up of woodland, farmland, gardens and The Nursery with an ornate café in an Edwardian greenhouse, making Miserden a go-to destination for plant and coffee lovers alike.
Miserden, Stroud, GL6 7JA
Nibley is the friendly festival in a stunning Cotswold location. The best music, free entertainment for the kids, stalls, local beer, food from around the world – it’s the recipe for a perfect weekend. A rare festival gem.
Nibley House Farm, The Street, North Nibley, GL11 6DL
It's been in the Good Beer Guide for 26 yrs on the trot. Nestled at the foot of Stinchcombe Hill, the OP is and award winning "gem", it's on the Cotswold Way and the building dates from 1776 and has low ceilings and comfortable connecting bar-rooms. Good food and a beer garden too.
2 Hill Rd, Dursley, GL11 4JQ
Tucked away in a side street of this beautiful village is a special place to stay. Stylish decor on the inside, with 16 lovely bedrooms, a cozy bar, a pool and games room next to one of the lounges, spa treatment rooms, and a great restaurant.
BUT if all that sees a little out of your budget, never fear, we recommend the afternoon tea in front of the fireplace in the upstairs lounge, a little bit of affordable heaven. But do book. Why not walk Painswick Beacon first, just up the road.
They’ve created a number of self-guided walks guests can do to explore the area too.
Kemps Lane, Painswick, GL6 6YB
This is the country's sole surviving complete rococo garden. Designed in the 1740s as a fanciful pleasure garden for Benjamin Hyett and his guests, this hidden valley offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and intriguing garden buildings. Snowdrops and bluebells, lots of interest all year. A cafe too and just off the Cotswold Way.
Stockley Way, Painswick, GL6 6TH
A family friendly Arts Centre in Uley, promoting performance, live music and art exhibitions as well as accessible workshops, classes and creative experiences for kids and adults.
Workshops from making your own natural skincare products to life drawing and a mini spring retreat. There is the Vestry Cafe too, relaxed atmosphere and yummy food with lots of vegetarian options.
South Street, Uley, GL11 5SS
One of Stroud's best known pubs, sitting on the edge of Rodborough Common. Bringing the best of Stroud ales, art, music and people to its visitors in a way that makes them feel welcomed into the heart of the community. Check out the website for bands, food and events.
Rodborough Hill, Stroud, GL5 3SS
The Abbey's history goes back to 681 in Gloucester, though the land at Prinknash was granted to the monks in 1096. After dissolution in 1539 it was a long wait until 1928 before the Benedictine Monks returned. Search for beautiful “chanting” on their web site, visit the cafe, buy their incense. Discover.
Painswick Road, Cranham, GL4 8EX
A Cultural Hub In The Heart Of Stroud. John St: 26 artists, a gallery, project space, cafe/bar and a year round artistic and educational programme. The Goods Shed: performances, exhibitions and film screenings. Keep an eye out for the annual Ppen Studio Festival or just take a look at the street facing gallery on John Street.
4 John Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2HA
Rustic stripped flooring with a contemporary but relaxed space, ideal for meeting friends and enjoying the ambience. Serving cask ales, local ciders and “restaurant food with a pub atmosphere.” large beer garden and play area, ideal for families. Near Berkeley Castle, Slimbridge and Purton Hulks.
Wanswell, Berkeley, GL13 9SE
Saul Junction is where the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal meets the Stroudwater Canal and was a great meeting place for ships and crew, boats and boaters from around the world. Today the junction is still popular and there are many lovely walks along the idyllic waterways. Nearby is Saul Junction Marina and Saul Junction Visitor Centre and a cafe too.
The Shambles is one of the oldest areas in Stroud and is transformed on market days, traditionally Fridays and Saturdays, but Mondays too.
The Old Town Hall dates from the late 1500s and the market stalls used to be housed in the arches under the Hall. "Shambles" means "Butchers stalls, a Meat-Market".
John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church, preached from the butcher's blocks outside the Church Hall on 26th June 1742. There is a Blue Plaque to commemorate the event.
Double gates lead to St Laurence Church. A chapel stood here in Saxon times. The only remaining part is the Church Tower with its spire. Stroud became its own parish, separate from Bisley, in 1304.
The Shambles, Stroud
Discover a safe haven of wide open spaces bursting with wetland nature. Fill your lungs with fresh air, stretch your legs and get ready to explore this extraordinary wetland paradise, whatever the weather! From birdwatchers to families enjoy amazing wildlife up-close. Paddle a canoe around the lakes and waterways, feed birds from your hand or watch the flamingos, it's an award-winning day out.
Newgrounds Lane, Slimbridge, GL2 7BT
Stroud Life "restaurant of the year"....In the heart of town, 1 minute from the railway station, where there is parking. Traditional favourites such as Pizzas & Pasta, and also succulent Steaks, Chicken, Veal and Fish.
A fantastic and affordable set lunch menu with 2 or 3 course available.
Takeaway is available too
Russell Street, Stroud, GL5 3AJ
We know that the Stroud community is what makes us. We open up our space in whatever way we can best serve: holding community-run events, providing work experience opportunities and simply being here for people to come in, have coffee and do their thing. Hello, and welcome! The planet matters so we even do vegan pastries to our own recipes.
1 Gloucester Street, Stroud, GL5 1QG
A 36-bedroom, 17th century Manor House hotel set in six acres of stunning grounds overlooking the Stroud Water Canal and rolling hills of the Stroud Valley. The attractive gardens are perfect for a peaceful stroll, glass of Pimms or game of croquet. The House and garden wing contain a unique restaurant, terrace, bar, conference suites and guest rooms. Also a wonderful wedding venue.
Bristol Rd, Stonehouse, Stroud, GL10 3RA
Great place to enjoy organic beer, other local or organic drinks, wood fired pizzas and tours of the Brewery. The Stroud Brewery Tap is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. One of the top destinations for a night out in Stroud. Event facilities and far reaching views of the beautiful Golden valley.
The video: Greg is the man, but the location is the old tap room, their new brewery is just down the hill, next to the canal, but the video sets the scene nicely...
London Rd, Brimscombe, GL5 2BY
Multi award-winning and well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers’ markets in the UK. Awarded best in the UK for 2013 for a second time by FARMA there is so much on offer, so arrive hungry and buy your picnic here. The ultimate farm shop.
It’s a charity bringing the best of music, poetry, drama, art and dance to Stroud and the Five Valleys with a local focus encouraging home-grown talent. Est in 1946, it’s the ‘grandfather’ of the festivals in the area. They recently established a Children’s Festival too.
Top 5 Historical Sights around Stroud Town Centre
Accessibility: Yes, but steep inclines
Duration: Approximately 45 minutes - 1 hour (why not stop for a coffee. or two?)
Picking just 5 sights is certainly a challenge. Our High Street contains buildings that originated from the 16th and 17th Centuries, though many were rebuilt or remodelled in later Georgian and Victorian times.
The trail starts from the Railway Station, on the Town side (London bound trains).
Lying at the top of the longest village green in England, The Bell is the heart of Frampton on Severn. A Gastro menu with traditional favourites, fresh fish and seasonal game using the best of fresh local produce. Local Ales to 4 star En-suite Accommodation. Children’s Play Area, Animal Barns, Skittle Alley and Function Room. Beer garden
The Green, Frampton on Severn, GL2 7EP
A 400 year old traditional country pub perched on the edge of Minchinhampton Common. From the terraced beer garden, or in the conservatory, there are magnificent views across the valleys facing West. Children, dogs and wellies all welcome!
Amberley, Minchinhampton Common, GL5 5AL
A cozy cafe, specialising in fresh, good quality home cooked food for breakfast and lunches, and, of course, great cakes. Take-away or eat in. Tables can be booked for business meetings or lunch with friends. Great outdoor seating for when the sun is shining!
44 Long St, Wotton-under-Edge, GL12 7BT
Choose a seat by the beautiful bay window and watch for riders trotting by on horseback or perhaps the occasional herd of cows strolling down from the Common. Serving delicious breakfasts, morning and afternoon teas, and lunches. All prepared fresh daily. Takeaway too.
7 High Street, Minchinhampton, GL6 9BN
An award winning cafe and restaurant in the heart of vibrant Nailsworth with a happy, welcoming and buzzing atmosphere. From early morning locals and visitors it's a great place to meet friends, do lunch or eat out in the evening. Come and see for yourself. There is outside seating too.
28 George St, Nailsworth, GL6 0AG
17th Century country inn with an intriguing past. Roaring log fires, a shabby chic interior combines style and comfort – dogs and wellies welcome. Nine deeply comfortable bedrooms are the epitome of countryside cool. A picturesque beer garden too
Cirencester Road, Minchinhampton, GL6 8PE
A tradional country pub nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, a stones throw from junction 14 of the M5 motorway in the market town of Wotton Under Edge. Offering a host of real ales, ciders and lagers and traditional home cooked food.
3-5 Haw St, Wotton-under-Edge, GL12 7AG
Steeped in local tradition a country show celebrating the best of local produce, skills and talents, and offering entertainment for people of all ages. Music, dog show, food and drink, horticulture, art and craft, and lots of stalls of local enterprises. A great family day out. On hold due to Covid of course....
Stratford Park, 31 Stratford Rd, Stroud GL5 4AJ, GL5 4AJ
Dating back to circa 1769, The Tipputs Inn is at the top of the hill from Nailsworth, a hitching point for an extra team of horses to stop the carts from "tipping up". On a quest to provide locally sourced, great quality food and drinks at reasonable prices. You can find us on the A46 between Nailsworth and Calcot Manor.
Tiltups End, Horsley, GL6 0QE
Wine bar, cocktail den, cafe, restaurant. Great steaks, fresh fish, amazing burgers. Candle lit dining, and excellent coffee. A warm, friendly atmosphere that manages to be both lively and relaxing at the same time.
George Street, Nailsworth, GL6 0AG
A quintessential country pub, with roaring log fires and muddy boots, dogs and children are all welcome. Renowned for its 2in1 pies ® we use great seasonal British food. Local real ales on tap, as well as an interesting and varied wine list.
Avening Road, Minchinhampton, GL6 9AL
The arboretum is home to 2,500 different species from the far corners of the globe and 5 national tree collections. Discover the perfect place for you to escape, relax or have an adventure! Take a journey up into the canopy on the STIHL Tree Top Walkway, go on a guided walk around the arboretum and stop by the café for a tasty treat.
Westonbirt, Tetbury, GL8 8QS
Looking for a foodie adventure or a treat, and why not? Perhaps head out into the Severn Vale and discover Italian-style ice cream - THE Wholly Gelato. Made from the herd of many colours and the milk can be purchased through a vending machine too (so take a container).
Followed by a walk along the River Severn footpath or pop in to Gloucester Quays Outlet Centre and a look at the Gloucester Waterways Museum. A cracking day out!
Barhouse Farm, Elmore, GL2 3NT
Set in the fields of the historic Chavenage House, Wild Carrot is Glampsite bell tents, a hut and a lodge and has everything you need for the perfect escape. There is also a cracking cafe, a venue and guided cycling and a repair shop too. From brilliant adventures to romantic log fires beneath the stars, Wild Carrot is the place to make memories.
Manor Farm Barn, Chavenage, GL8 XW
Fresh produce to intrigue your taste buds. Multi-award winning delicatessen and restaurant. Offering all kinds of delicious goods, fresh fish, seafood, cheeses, fruit and vegetables. Open for lunch Monday to Sunday. One of Rick Stein’s ‘Food Heroes’
3 Fountain St, Nailsworth, GL6 0BL
Started as a hobby on 2002 and with the first wines in 2006 this small family run vineyard tucked under the Cotswold Edge near Wotton is a little food and drink discovery. Contact Deane for a wine tasting, but allow enough time to take a stroll in the valleys and on the hills whilst your there.
Alderley, Wotton Under Edge, GL12 7QT
Est 1925. Still at the same site on Rodborough Common and the same Victorian recipe as the very first day. Producing ice cream in small batches to ensure it’s tasty. Lactose free, celiac and vegan options. Walk, cycle or drive to the parlour, just don’t miss out!
Greenacres, Bowham, Stroud, GL5 5BX
Family owned vineyard in the Cotswolds creating award winning English wines. A selection of grape varieties, spread across three vineyards. Situated under a hollowed out stone quarry at the top of Doverow Hill, on the edge of the Cotswold Escarpment. Take a guided tour of the vineyard and winery, or join for a tasting, check out the diary on line!!
Convent Lane, Woodchester, GL5 5HR
Stroud and the Five Valleys monthly guide to the multitude of festivals, exhibitions, literature events, theatre productions, comedy shows and artists it harbours. It's Stroud's ‘Time Out’ bringing everything into one place.
Running since February 2015 informing the community and involving local venues, artists and writers in its content. Good On Paper is a free independent magazine published monthly and we love it!!!
The video is a collaboration with Sound Records, Stroud, 22 11 2020 live stream.