What a wonderful feast of largely Arab music Dartington Chamber Orchestra served up to a large audience, all part of the Open Arms week of events held in support of asylum-seekers and refugees in South Devon.
There is nothing more disappointing than going to hear a large choir sing something they’ve been working really hard on, only for the guest soloists to end up having all the best bits on the night.
Artists: would you like to hire the art gallery at Harbour House for your own exhibition? It’s a large, light, ground floor space that lends itself equally well to solo and group exhibitions.
Pine Feroda was formed two and a half years ago, when North Devon artist Merlyn Chesterman brought a group of printmakers together for an experimental workshop.
Ambitious early-career photographers are being encouraged to snap up places on Falmouth University’s new online-led MA Photography which is purposely designed to help professionals realise the full commercial potential of their creative ideas. The flexible and part-time course is aimed at photographers in-work and delivered online but with opportunities to attend bi-annual residential workshops around the world linked to major photography events.
Celebrating the 110th anniversary of Irish playwright, poet and novelist Samuel Beckett, James Elston stages Krapp’s Last Tape.
Although the forecast balmy weather hadn’t materialised, there were more than enough pyrotechnics allied to a gloriously warm tone to ensure the heat was well and truly turned on throughout this very enjoyable and varied recital of music inspired by the Mediterranean, and from composers in its vicinity.