Beans on Toast is bringing The Inevitable Train Wreck out on tour, when you can catch the cult performer live and be informed and entertained
The Twang are turning our and their dreams into reality. First with Dream a new single, and then with a tour supporting Shed Seven
Heritage Open Days are celebrating their 25th anniversary with 10 free days of events throughout the South West and the rest of England
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir press officer Jane Hawker has some exciting news about a Choral Workshop taking place at the end of next month.
Elgar leads in a Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra early autumn line up that will excite the South West with conducting from Marta Gardonlinska
The second edition of Echowaves music festival offers underground and electronic music in a beautiful setting on the Black Sea in Georgia
Native Harrow is on tour in the UK with the album Happier Now. We dug a little deeper to find out why she may be Happier Now. Plus tour dates
Maggie Smith has been following the seasons and new collection of paintings and in a book Through the Artist’s Window.
New collections from art duo Marie-Pier Tremblay and Julian Prolman, which has been dubbed Warhol 2.0, is on show in Palm Springs
Heritage Open Days are giving you the power to dream of a better future as it employs Craftivism and People Power at Dartington
Fashion is catching up to the environmentally conscious, and sustainable materials are starting to increasingly make their mark
Young Bomberg and the Old Masters at the National Gallery and puts one of the most revolutionary artists next to his classical inspirations
Hannah Harris is the new chief exec of Plymouth Culture with a view to focus on arts education, talent development and business start-ups
Malory Towers, a theatre production on tour of the famous stories, is a Busby Berkely-stype production but in an earthy, feminist way
The THG has got Arts Council and Nat Lottery funding for an exciting new phase to engage more people with enriching art and culture