Illuminate 2019 headline artist Xavi Bové began work with students from across Plymouth College of Art’s School of Arts + Media
The BSO are bringing some Caledonian Grandeur to Plymouth Guildhall in the form Mozart, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn.
Cracking is a play by Cally Hayes that helps men talk opening about mental health and the pressures they are under.
The latest in Plymouth University’s Musica Viva Concert, Winterreise with Robert Taub and Randall Scarlata was immaculate and poignant
Devon Philharmonic Orchestra are holding their official rebrand concert – where the change from the MG Symphony Orchestra will be complete
Andrew Litton, the Conductor Laureate of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, is returning to conducted the Great American Songbook concert
Inclusive arts festival Ordinary Extraordinary is taking place at Dartington during the autumn half term. It is packed with creative activity
Azaad Rooh is the new theatre piece by writer Prankur Chaturvedi, where Priyanka Khandelwal plays legendary poet Amrita Pritam
Explore the North East coastline for some beautiful and often unexpected hidden beaches. Ideal for a special get away for half term
Improviso are rising stars, well on their way to international super acclaim. Thanks to Totnes Early Music Society, they are coming to Devon
A Nancy Astor painting from The Box has returned to Houses of Parliament to take pride of place in Member’s Dining Room
Grammy-nominated baritone Randall Scarlata is in Plymouth to perform Schubert’s Winterreise with Robert Taub in the Musica Viva Concert series
Plymouth Philharmonic choir are channeling the sense of wonder of Hydn’s Creation for the Christmas concert at Plymouth Guildhall
The solo contemporary dance performance And by Charlotte Mclean is a celebration, anger, happiness and insecurity about how she feels today
Devon artists have explored to find some of the areas less seen landscapes for The Hidden View exhibition at the Artizan Gallery, Torquay