SWPC will perform The Great War Symphony in New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Philip R Buttall caught them at The Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth
Shoot the Breeze with painter Sue Ifould and Gaynor Williams at Habour House Kingsbridge for an unexpected conversation featureing paintings and books
A round up of Early Music in the South West from November to January from Jasper Solomon from Plymouth to Western super Mare
Lisney Briggs Duo of James Lisney and Beth Briggs will bring their renown chamber music talent to a NADSA, Newton Abbot concert
The EMG Symphony Orchestra will be back at Exeter Cathedral with Mahler’s Symphony No 5 in aid of Living with Aphasia
Enjoy some of the world’s most relaxing symphonic music in Exeter with the BSO, pianist Anna Fedorova and conductor Marta Gardolińska
Audience invited to be delegates at Summit on international disaster at Dartington Live in a new piece by Dartington alumni Andy Smith
Forget the tub-thumping, the touring Stf-theatre company’s production of Henry V is a play for our times which questions leadership
The Dartington Community Choir Christmas Concert will feature mezzo-soprano Camilla Harris, with Simon Dunbavand on the organ and the Dartington Sinfonietta
Part verbatim theatre, part improv, part comedy sketch show, Still No Idea shows how sometimes no matter how hard we try, we still have absolutely no idea
A new retreat that asks how pop culture can change the conversation on migration kicks off on the Dartington Hall estate (17-19 October).
Rokia Traoré has been announced at the Bright Festival’s latest Guest Director.
Degas: Passion for Perfection is getting a cinematic release from Exhibition On Screen around the world offering a fascinating insight in Degas and his work
The international Ibero-American themed visual arts prize, The VIA Arts Prize, has bagged James Nicholls as one of its judges.
Andrew Wilson’s Requiem for Peace will be performed by the South West Chamber Choir in Plymouth on the eve of the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice