Colin Shaddick has called for ukulele players, and those who are interested in the ukulele, to get in touch for the Barnstaple Ukulele Sturmmers
A selection of school students’ work as well as a special cross-school project, Wild, is on display at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington.
One of Shakespeare’s problem comedies, Measure for Measure, gets an outing at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth, with Alisdair McGowan as the Duke
Laura Kikauka’s first UK solo exhibition at the Spacex is an fun investigation of mass culture – you can even bring your own records (remember them)
Britain’s oldest Wurlitzer organ will lead a fundraising concert in Beer.
The University of Exeter is celebrating William Golding at a special lecture on March 5.
The open category of the 2008 Devon Poetry award organised by the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, was won by Jenny Mayor and her poem Interior with Forget-me-nots (Matisse 1916)
The short category winner of the 2008 organised by the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, Devon poetry award was Geese in a Market Crowd by Christopher North
Nan’s Handbag by Marcus Parnell from Paignton, won the 2008 organised by the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington
Zest Healthcare arts are calling for artists to submit ideas for comissions ranging from £5,000 to £35,000
If you’ve been a practicing crafts person in the South West for seven years, you can pay £15 for a review of your work and career
The third and final part of the exhibition of new work for the new year from North Devon Arts artists finishes on March 8.
Exmouth Library is hosting talks on an Exmouth artist who become one of Australia’s greatest painters and accompanied Darwin on the Beagle
Schools around Barnstaple have been producing artwork to celebrate the restoration of the town’s famous Albert Clock, commonly known as the Four-faced liar (four clockfaces and not one of them the same time).
Stephen Fuller explores Brunel’s rail bridge over the Tamar in oil painting