Raku creates unique pieces and Plymouth gallery 45 Southside is showcasing the work of five artists based in Devon and Cornwall
Karine Polwart is award-laden for a reason and her thoughtful, strident touching tunes are on tour with a new album Laws of Motion
An open exhibition at Harbour House Kingsbridge is calling for artists to respond to the creative challenge of Autumnal Changes
Iconic street art by Stik has been preserved during a development in Acton, West London with an multi-agency approach that will raise funds
It’s the 50th anniversary of The Morecambe & Wise Show, where two of the UK’s top entertainers cemented their legendary status, so it seems timely that the stage show An Evening Of Eric And Ern is setting off on the road, and calling into the Northcott Theatre, Exeter on the way. The highly acclaimed portrayal […]
Cornish duo Echo Town are kicking off the tour of their new album Kin in Exeter and calling into Plymouth.
An exhibition showcasing local people, groups and societies from the archives of Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum is at the Harbour House gallery
Acid trance, slipware pottery and rural, queer identity inform new exhibition in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, Meditations in an Emergency by Simon Bayliss
According to a survey, Instagram is the favourite way young art buyers come across their new acquisitions
The attraction and inspiration of the sea is something that is explored in the Sensation of the Sea at The Mesdag Collection in The Hague
Harbour House in Kingsbridge is the venue for an exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by David Hamling.
Will Varley’s Spirit of Minnie tour is taking his wry, engaging, heart-felt tunes throughout the UK. Here are the dates and more on the folk artist
The Cartoon Museum is a fun space with a serious mission, and it’s new home will relect that – it’s being designed by Sam Jacob Studio
Amos Rex is a new gallery and public space in the heart of Helsinki’s cultural quarter. Here’s some more info about the development
The Wipers Times, the story of a satirical front line trench newspaper during the World War I is touring theatres in the UK. Here’s a Q&A with the writers