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External evaluation tender at Dance in Devon

Dance in Devon is on the look out to commission an experienced, independent evaluator with a good knowledge of the dance sector to devise and implement an evaluation strategy, which measures the effectiveness of the organisation from April 2007- April 2010.

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Gripping courtroom dance drama Justitia comes to the Exeter Northcott

Following the success of Yesterday in 2008, award-winning choreographer Jasmin Vardimon returns to Exeter to present her latest large-scale production Justitia.

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Explore the River Exe and its heritage with the Spacex, Ramm, Crab Man and Blazing Tales

The Spacex Gallery, the RAMM and Exeter Crab Man, Phil Smith, plus the Blazing Tales team are exploring the global history of the River Exe around Exeter’s Fore Street and the Quay on Saturday, October 10 from 10am to 6pm.

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Dartingon old by Simon Van Booy picks up top literary award

Dartington alumnus, Simon Van Booy, has won the world’s richest and most prestigious short story prize, the Frank O’Connor award, for his second collection, Love Begins in Winter.

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In Tandem at the Devon Guild – Functional sculpture or furniture with an edge? 

The Devon Guild’s autumn exhibition, In Tandem, billed as ‘an intriguing dialogue between furniture and ceramics’, brings together wood and ceramics makers Terry Sawle and Blandine Anderson, from Saturday, September 26 to Sunday, November 8.

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Dreams of Violence comes to Exeter Northcott for October

Following its summer run in the West End, Stella Feehily’s new comedy about a dysfunctional family, set against the collapse of the financial world Dreams Of Violence is the first major touring drama to visit Exeter Northcott during this autumn season.

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